Welcome to Malta
The festival site is located in the Ta Qali area, one of the most beautiful parts of the island (a short 20 minute bus transfer from where the boat and beach parties take place).
Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, the sun kissed island of Malta enjoys over 300 days of sun a year, clear blue waters, stunning beaches and easy going island life - making it the perfect festival holiday destination.
Aside from enjoying a holiday soundtrack provided by an ever evolving line-up of global musicians, beach and boat parties, festival-goers can also spend time snorkelling, diving or taking a trip around the islands, to sample the local cuisine or visit one of the nearby incredible beaches such as Gozo or Comino.
An amazing nature site, the Blue Lagoon is a mesmerizing scene of crystal-clear turquoise waters. It has a South Pacific quality with the waters lapping over a white-sand seabed.
Mellieha Bay is Malta’s largest beach and is located in the North of the main island, on the outskirts of the village of Mellieha. The beach is also known as Ghadira (pron. a-deerah) Bay roughly 800m long and was awarded Blue Flag status!
The best beach on Malta's northern hammerhead peninsula (close to the Gozo ferry) is Paradise Bay. This golden-sand beach has a thatched café beside clear blue water. You can lie in the sun here looking across the sea to Malta's little sister islands of Comino and Gozo.