Malta as a summer destination is full with young people from all over the world. Local people also love to go out and enjoy. Clubbing is very good and offer wide list of things you can do it. From boat parties to club parties, from house clubs to jazz lounge clubs. Paceville is the area where all of them are based. Of course there is some good clubs outside the central area ( St Julian, Sliema,) I made a list of 5 best clubs to enjoy in clubbing
1.Shadow Lounge Clubbing
Shadow Lounge is a very popular and trendy club located bustling Paceville, Malta, right on top of equally popular Hugo’s Passion. Shadow Lounge is filled with stylish people on the weekend and in summer all listening and dancing to the latest mix of house music on the dance floor. The interior is modern with gold-framed paintings and large plasma screen TV’s. Shadow Lounge has three fully stocked bars with freshly made cocktails and plenty of spirits, whiskey and champagne. A patio and a terrace are available outside for those to wish to have a more relaxed evening. When very busy, a door policy may apply, so leave the flip flops at home.
The neon sign over the door sets the tone for this lively pub on the waterfront in the resort of St Julian’s. A thriving venue with music, large-screen sports coverage and table football, it is at times cosy, at times a party. A popular place to start the evening before clubbing in Paceville, this is also somewhere people just hang out at any time of day or night.
3.Level 22 Clubbing
Located in Portamaso tower this iconic and stylish club offer great evening for you. Twenty Two is a mix of contemporary flair and comfort, enmeshed within the image of a stylish wine lounge. It marked its birth during the summer of 2006, with the intentions of creating a new concept…If you looking for more modern and stylish group of people and place than Level 22 is logical choice for clubbing. Don`t missed the chance to visit this club located in the heart of the St Julian .
4.Caffe Del Mar Malta
A precious addition to Malta’s entertainment scene, Café del Mar Malta opened its doors in July 2013 for its first summer of music, sunset and fun. Offering stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and St Paul’s island, Café del Mar is fast establishing itself as the place to be. Forming part of the Malta National Aquarium complex, Café del Mar is the ideal place to relax, have a swim and enjoy a drink from our variety of cocktails. You can also have a meal with an unmistakable and delightful Mediterranean flavour. Designed by one of Malta’s foremost designers, Mark Pace, Café del Mar sits magnificently at the water’s edge. The design is all about the sea and Mediterranean sunsets. The infinity pool reaches out into the clear blue waters. The seating area and pool deck have unobstructed panoramic views of the sea. The design is simple, predominantly white to fully compliment the natural beauty of the surroundings. The central idea of the design is simple, it allures you to sit and admire the views against a backdrop of ambient and chill out music, synonymous with Café del Mar. Café del Mar is hugely famous around the world for its chill-out compilation albums which have been released annually since 1994, pioneering the chill-out genre. Special guest DJs will entertain our guests whilst enjoying the surroundings. The perfect place to enjoy the simple things in life… amazing views of the blue Mediterranean Sea, stunning sunsets, refreshing cocktails, chill-out music and great Mediterranean food.
The Gianpula club It is the largest outdoor disco and among the most popular on the island of Malta. It is divided into three different dancing floors, able to accommodate up to 4000 people, where to dance the night away. Open from 1980, the Gianpula Club It has a fantastic location, with gardens, pool, a vip room, a restaurant, nine bars and a lounge bar (“The Roof Top“) with music mixed by the best dj in circulation: the Gianpula club hosted some of the biggest DJS in the world, including Tiesto, Erick Morillo, Planet Funk and Roger Sanchez. It is absolutely the favorite place for clubbing by the inhabitants of Malta.
The entrance price varies depending on the night, but during normal evening is around 6 €. The Gianpula can be reached by taxi or with the night buses.