Introducing our brand new destination for 2023... Malta. Malta party holidays have been up and coming for years and they're only getting more and more popular - so now's the perfect time for you to get a piece of the action.
We've partnered with one of the top hotels in Malta to bring you the ultimate experience. Malta is known for its amazing events, stunning beaches - and of course beach clubs, add in a friendly and open atmosphere, and it's the perfect new place to add to our list of party destinations.
Our 2023 holidays also now come with Covid Cover, baggage and transfers as well as our existing ATOL protection too. PLUS by adding on our Ultimate Event Package to your holiday you'll be saving time and money in resort by letting us take care of the hard part for you - THE ORGANISING! Join thousands of others and book your Party Hard Holiday today.
Summer 2023 Packages Now Live
Last summer was the biggest summer in Party Hard Travel history and we’re already gearing up because this summer is set to be looking EVEN BIGGER!
To make sure you don’t miss out on the wildest party holidays that Malta has to offer, make sure book early to avoid missing out!
If you’re looking to party hard in Malta, summer events will start in June and run until September time. This is also when some clubs open up, ready for everyone’s party holidays. July and August are the peak months so keep an eye out for the more popular events if you don’t want to miss out! If you’re still weighing up when to go, we’ve some advice for the cheapest or the busiest time to go
Typically the peak times are Easter and July to August, so if you want to save some pennies, June and September will be the cheapest months to go to Malta. But don’t worry, there are still plenty of great clubs and events to experience. It will probably be speedier service at the bar and more space to sunbathe at the beach – what’s not to love?
For all the hottest summer events, be sure to book for July or August. It’s the best time to go if you love that lively, party crowd – events will be buzzing with like-minded party-harders for you to meet. You’ll be getting the best weather too, with temperatures up to 32℃ – perfect for tanning by the pool or on the beach
With an average of 300 sunny days in Malta, and temperatures up to 31℃ in June to August, you’re pretty much guaranteed a perfect summer. Although it never gets too cold, the weather starts to pick up around April so you’ve got a chance to come visit throughout the year
Some useful advice for a party holiday – don’t forget the sun block and drink plenty of water, especially if you’re drinking. We don’t have time for heat stroke!
Before you head out to Malta, make sure you have adequate travel and medical insurance. Although this should not be used as a substitute for insurance, you should consider taking a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). All current EHIC cards are valid until their expiry dates. If your EHIC card has expired you will need to apply for the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). For more information please visit the following uk government advice Visit Europe from 1 January 2021 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
In the unfortunate event of you falling ill on holiday, there are a number of places where you can seek medical help in Malta. For minor ailments, you can use the pharmacies (open normal shopping hours) and chemists (also open on sundays). For more serious problems there are a number of medical centres including Mater Dei Hospital located 3 miles from Paceville and Gozo General Hospital located on the island of Gozo – useful if you’re attending any events in Gozo. For emergencies you can call 112 or call 196 to go directly to ambulance services
Passports and Visas
You will need an additional 6 months validity on your passport from the end date of your holiday. Plus your passport must not be more than 10 years old. For more info please visit the following government advice Visit Europe from 1 January 2021 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
If you are in need of police assistance there are police stations located in St.Julian’s, Valletta and Gzira as well as many others dotted around the island. The emergency number in Malta is 112 and this will connect you to police, fire brigade or ambulance services. Alternatively you can call +356 2122 4001-7 or +356 2122 1111 to go directly to the police
You will find a number of ATMs in Malta, but before you use them, be sure to check with your bank how much they will charge you to withdraw, as most ATMs will charge you a transaction fee. A number of clubs, bars and restaurants allow you to pay by card, however not everywhere will, so be sure to have a combination of cash and card. You can also use prepaid currency cards when you stay which allow you to budget your spending and top up an amount before you leave
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