Planning your Clubbing Trip to Malta!






Eyeing up Malta as this year’s party destination? Whether you’re looking to party hard or chill out, Malta has a bit of everything. You’re in luck, we’ve done all the work for you!

Whether you’re on a budget or looking to splash out, the island is always buzzing with various events and endless venues to choose from. Read on for some of our tips to make the most out of your trip!


Malta International Airport is about 6.5 miles from Paceville, the Islands’ party mecca. You can either take a bus, which will take about an hour, or you can spend €15 to €25 on a taxi for a 20 minute trip – whichever is best for you! Download the local public transport app, Tallinja, for all the info you might need about public transport routes. Some popular private transfer/taxi apps are Uber, Bolt, and eCabs!


One of the perks of island life is the stunning sea views that come with it! With so many beaches dotted around the island, we know it can be hard to choose where to go. If you’re a sandy beach lover, we recommend the Mellieħa Bay, Golden Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa, Ġnejna Bay, Paradise Bay, Armier Bay and Little Armier. If you’re into snorkelling, you definitely need to check out Blue Lagoon, Ta’ Fra Ben, St Peter’s Pool, Imġiebaħ Bay, and Paradise Bay. 

If your perfect summer day includes, cocktails, beach loungers, delicious Mediterranean food and chill-out poolside music, check out our blog post for Malta’s Best Beach Clubs and Lidos ☀️


We’ve already went into detail on some of Malta’s Top Party Venues, you should definitely check that out for an in-depth look at the most popular clubbing venues on the islands of Malta and Gozo! Most of the action happens in Paceville, known for being the party mecca that has something for all types of party-goers. The streets are lined with countless bars, night clubs, and gentlemen’s clubs.

One of the most renowned clubs here is Havana. You simply must go if you’re into hip-hop and RnB! Another solid favourite is Toyroom 🧸 Like Havana, Toy Room is popular among hip-hop, R&B, and reggaeton lovers. Make sure to snap a picture with Frank while you’re there, the naughty life-sized teddy.


You’ll find many retail outlets in all the major towns and villages. In the gorgeous capital of Valletta, you’ll find rows and rows of shops in Republic Street and Merchants Street. Likewise, Sliema’s Tower Road, Bisazza Street and the Strand are brimming with all kinds of shops, restaurants and café spots for the casual buyer as well as the serious shopaholic!

We’ve very serious about shopping, and there’s no shortage on shopping malls. Look out for Basytreet, The Point and Mercury's shopping district, all of which are located in the St Julian’s and Sliema areas, and make sure to check out the newly opened Shoreline in the south of Malta.


For the Cocktails Connoisseurs – check out the Thirsty barber in St Julians, which boasts a variety of original and very well-made cocktails in a 1920s setting. If you want to enjoy a delicious cocktail in THE latino bar, look no further than Native bar in Paceville. And finally, If you’re a Jazz lover, you simply must go to Bridge bar in Valletta, known for its live weekly Jazz sessions in the summertime!

For the Pub lovers – What’s a holiday abroad without an Irish Pub? If you’re feeling a little homesick, get yourself a pint of Guinness at The Dubliner in St Julians! If you’re looking for an English-style pub with love music, then check out Black Gold Saloon in Sliema. And last but not least, head south in Smart City where an unparalleled view meets top-notch food at The Londoner.

Dining Dilemma – we do not exaggerate when we call it a dilemma! There are countless restaurants to choose from, we simply can’t mention them all, so we’ll give you just a couple of options. If you love seafood, you should check out Sole by Tarragon, Tartarun Fish Restaurant and the Seafood Market Grill. For Pasta lovers, we suggest Zero Sei Trattoria Romana, A Mano and N’Duja Osteria. Finally for the meat lovers, we recommend Sciacca Grill, Lore & Fitch and Brass and Knuckle!

Shanna Mercieca


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