|By PR Newswire||
|December 8, 2012 04:30 AM EST||
LONDON, December 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
• Travellers advised to begin planning 2013 holidays now
• Magaluf and Ayia Napa remain top party island destinations
• Club 18-30 offer fantastic deals for clubbing holidays 2013
With the British summer officially passed, travellers are being advised to begin planning their 2013 holidays to make the most of advanced booking deals. Leading travel firm Club 18-30 offer fantastic deals on clubbing holidays 2013 and have plenty of inspiration for party-going holidaymakers.
The saying 'the party never stops' has never been more fitting than when applied to Ayia Napa. With parties that start in the afternoon, this is one island where you're sure to spend a large amount of your time dancing the day and night away.
For an Ayia Napa holiday, the months of July and August are typically the most popular. Temperatures range between 20°C and 35°C with a glorious 10-12 hours of sunshine each day.
In terms of partying, Nissi is known as the loudest and most vibrant beach on the island. No night is safe from the infectious sounds of grime and garage music, with Club 18-30 resorts boasting exclusive performances from high profile artists including Ms Dynamite and Roll Deep.
Whether it's nightclubs or casinos you're looking for, Ibiza is another party capital which cannot be overlooked. For 2013, travellers are encouraged to set off at the beginning of June, just in time to catch the start of the Las Dalias Night Market.
Running from June 4 until September 30, the market takes over Las Dalias on Tuesday evenings and showcases everything from music and art, to fine dining and fashion.
Another popular resort, Kos has plenty to keep partygoers busy in 2013. Sponsored by one of the islands top clubs, The Status Cruise allows you to take the pumping party atmosphere into the sunshine - it's a party plan with a tan! You can soak up the rays while listening to banging tunes from the club's resident DJs. For something a little different, try the Silent Sunday club night. You call the tune literally, as you can pick whatever track takes your fancy by just a flick of a headphone switch.
Those wanting to travel in summer can enjoy the popular wine festival, scheduled in August, with the International Day of Tourism occurring at the very end of the summer season.
Likewise, holidays to Magaluf provide plenty of fun and frivolity in scorching temperatures. From June the heat soars to highs of 28C, which means there is plenty of time to work on that all important tan, while recovering from a night on the tiles. Club 18-30 have several exclusive nights to ensure you return home with lots of tales to tell from epic evenings out.
One of the best kept secrets is the Silent Arena held every Saturday, where you can listen to top DJs battle it out in the ultimate fight behind the decks. The School Disco night also provides a retro flavour with pounding anthems from the sixties to the eighties - full-on fromage. One of Europe's best shows - Pirates Uncut - takes you back out of the classroom and into the world of cabaret, with music, acrobatics and comedy. You won't get that back in the Dog and Duck back home!
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