Without a doubt the first name on the lips of anyone considering a lads holiday is Ibiza. For decades holidays to Ibiza have been synonymous will feel-good revelling, hedonistic partying and world famous super clubs. A break in San Antonio is arguably the best option for a lads holiday, although you could choose to stay right in the heart of all the action with a holiday in Ibiza Town.
Another great idea for a lads holiday in Spain is Magaluf, on the south coast of Majorca. Clubbing holidays to Majorca are extremely popular amongst young British partygoers, and this vibrant resort will certainly not disappoint. Alternatively, choose a holiday in Tenerife for a lively break in Playa de las Americas – a dazzling hotspot of all night partying!
Not to be outdone, holidays to Greece can be just as fun for a group of lads as Spain. Although Rhodes holidays can be as relaxed or lively as you choose, a break in Faliraki is non-stop thrill-ride of riotous clubbing and partying! A serious contender to Ibiza’s clubbing crown, Ayia Napa is fast becoming one of Europe’s top party destination. On a holiday in Ayia Napa you can expect top international DJs, pulsating nightclubs, foam parties and beautiful beaches, whilst there are plenty of things to do in Cyprus during the sunny days.
On the other side of the Aegean, Turkey has a burgeoning reputation as a clubbing hotspot. The best option for a lads holiday in Turkey is probably a break in Bodrum, which it’s said has more bars and clubs than any other Turkish resort!
If your idea of a memorable lads holiday is something a little more urban, than how about a city break in Prague, a fast-paced cosmopolitan capital city, famed for its exceptional and affordable beer! Alternatively, just over the channel, you can enjoy a city break in Amsterdam, the effortless capital of continental cool: the benefits of a holiday here need no mention!. If you time a holiday in Bavaria just right, namely the start to the middle of October, you can enjoy the world-famous celebration of hops, malt and barley – Oktoberfest!
What is the biggest club in Europe?- BCM in Magaluf, Majorca. There are five huge floors to choose from, each playing different styles of music.
What was the first Pacha club to open? - Pacha Ibiza has been going since 1973 and it all began with what is now the Global Room.
Where can I find an unusual club in Europe? - A38 in Budapest is actually an old Ukrainian ship that's been moored on the Danube river.
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