Malta Nightlife Guide

Malta Nightlife Guide

With a Mediterranean lifestyle, the people in Malta approach life to celebrate and enjoy it as much as possible. The nightlife in Malta is unique and exciting and this is due to the presence of clubs, bars, discos, and pubs that are so close with one another.

 

They have open air clubs that are extremely popular especially on Fridays and Sundays and give visitors a different kind of clubbing experience. Everyone can enjoy the Maltese nightlife knowing the fact that Malta is one of the safest countries in the world. If your preference is to enjoy the nightlife while on a vacation, then Malta is your country.

 

 

The Hot Spot Areas

 

There are some areas in Malta where nightlife is more vibrant like Paceville and St. Julian’s Bay. These two are only a few minute walk from one another. Paceville is considered to be a party zone located between St. George’s Bay and Spinola Bay.

 

St Julian’s Bay is an attractive place where numerous five-star hotels and holiday resorts are found. But if you want to enjoy some more relaxed and calm nightlife, you will like the view of the boats anchored in the Bay.

The nighttime beauty of the capital Valletta is unmissable when you go to Sliema, which is just in the nearby area.

 

 

Shadow

 

Address: St George’s Road, Paceville

Contact: 00356 21382264; shadowloungemalta.com

Opens Daily: 8pm-4am

Price: spirits €2.55 a shot

Hugo is a second-floor venue that plays house and techno music within the confines of its black and silver décor. It appeals to slightly more mature crowd, especially to those in their early twenties while teenagers can enjoy downstairs (Hugo’s Passion).

On the ground floor is Hugo’s lounge with a good chilled-out ambiance. You can eat at the sushi restaurant or just let time pass in their cocktail bar. If you want to experience a bit of Malta’s nightlife, it’s worth coming here.

 

 

Bedouin Bar

 

Address: Dragonara Road, St. Julian’s, Malta

Contact: +356 2374 5523; [email protected]

Open every Friday of Summer Season

Bedouin bar is another popular chill out bar that attracts stylish people who enjoy socializing. It is a hip and more relaxed outdoor club and lounge at the Westin Dragona Resort in St. Julian’s.

It has a cozy and chill out atmosphere with a crowd of people who get together to have a good night out. You can choose to enjoy a cocktail by the sea and feel the cool breeze or make your way to the dance floor and dance to the beat of funky music.

 

 

Bar Celona Lounge

 

Address: Wilga Street, Paceville

Contact: 00356 27333395; bar-celonagroup.com

Opening times: Tue-Sun, 11am-4am

Prices: cocktails from €5

This popular bar in the heart of Paceville exudes elegance with its dark interior with disco lights and well-spaced tables. A DJ plays deep funk and deep house music every Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Although there is no dance floor here, they serve delectable food and you can try some of Malta’s famous dishes here. This is a great place if you want to relax with your friends or meet new people.

 

 

Saddles

 

Address: 132 Main Street, Spinola Bay, St Julian’s

Contact: 00356 21369993; saddlesmalta.com

Opens daily: 9am to at least midnight

Prices: pint of local beer €3.40

The neon sign on its door sets the mood in this lively pub in St. Julian’s. It is a good venue with great music, table football, and large screen sports coverage. There are times when the pub is cozy, other times a party.

Most people start their evening in Saddles before clubbing in Paceville. This is also where many people choose to hang out both in nighttime and daytime. So, if you are not a big fan of nightlife, you can relax in Saddles and experience a lowkey Maltese night out.

 

 

Scotsman Pub

 

Address: St. George’s Road, Paceville, St Julians

Contact: +356 2135 3660; [email protected]

This is a typical Scotsman pub with a friendly atmosphere. They also serve excellent fish and chips and open for lunch and dinner. If you love to drink, you can find several brands of beers and spirits here, both foreign and local.

The pub is a great venue for fun with its traditional décor, a game of darts or pool, and the chance to choose your favorite music from their jukebox. Their Sunday roast and Karaoke nights make this pub very popular.

 

 

The nightlife in Malta is always bustling and exciting with so many things to do and try. Even if its calendar of events gets leaner at some periods, there will always be great clubs and pubs to visit, excellent wine bars, and first class restaurants to complete your stay.

Malta does not only offer its visitors the chance to relax and unwind, but to have fun and experience a whole new clubbing experience.

 

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