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Summer 2018 Hen Party Ideas


Beach Party

How does a summer beach party in Ibiza sound? As one of the top hen party destinations in the world, Ibiza boasts some of the best nightclubs, found largely along the sandy coastline. Combining the soft sand and sun with a weekend of partying is one of the best ways to celebrate your best friend’s last night of freedom!


Another place you can head for an amazing beach weekend is the Algarve, found on the south coast of Portugal. This sunny part of the world is also very modern due to it’s popularity with tourists. With nightclubs, casinos, bars and restaurants all found along the stunning beaches, it’s surely at the top of the list in terms of summer destinations.


- Cornwall

If you’re planning a weekened in the UK, you can still get an amazing beach holiday at the Boardmasters Festival in Cornwall! Taking place from the 8th to the 12th of August 2018, this summer festival offers groups a range of fun activities. Stay and camp on the festival site, waking to refreshing yoga before hitting the beach and catching the waves.


Fistral Beach Surf School is a surfing company that offers private group lessons as well as surfboard and wet suit hire, so you and your girls can book a lesson with them if you’re new to the activity. There’s also great music to enjoy during the festival, so your hen group will be constantly entertained.


Europa Park
- Woolacombe

A similar experience can be had in north Devon, in the sandy seaside town of Woolacombe. Europa Park is found on the beach here, offering great group accommodation on adult only glamping sites! Stay in luxury glamping pods to bring your creature comforts to a festival atmosphere. During your weekend here, you can enjoy a BBQ and surf on the beach, as well as enjoying live music and themed parties!


Glamping at Sundown Festival
- Norwich

The Sundown Festival in Norwich takes place from the 31st of August to the 2nd of September. This festival is the host for amazing performers, including Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson and Clean Bandit! As well as enjoying great music, you can also glamp in luxury with your girls, courtesy of the Pop up Hotel. You will be served by hotel staff during your stay on the glamping site, giving you all the comforts of a hotel, only in the great outdoors!


Luna Cinema
- UK’s No 1 Open Air Cinema

As the UK’s No 1 open air cinema, the Luna Cinema is an unique experience that should be on every organiser’s radar! Dubbed the “event of the summer” by Cosmopolitan, this open air movie house is hosted by a number of amazing English landmarks throughout the summer months, from Westminster Abbey to Alexandra Palace! Pick a venue and movie that suits your group, and enjoy a picnic on the lawns with a HD screen playing your favourite movie for a hen weekend to remember!


Retro Drive in Movie
- Dublin

If your girly weekend is taking place in Ireland, then a trip to the Retro Drive in Movie Theatre in Dublin will be worth your while. Even if the weather during the summer in Ireland isn’t ideal, an evening spent in the car with your girls watching a film can make for unforgettable memories. Park up and watch a film in front of a massive LED screen, having the sound play straight through your car radio to give you that retro experience that a vintage American drive-in theatre gives you!


Fairyhouse Racecourse

If its a horse racing event your after, then the summer events at Fairyhouse Racecourse will be of interest to you. There is a number of evening flat racing events from June to July, as well as the Brownstown Stakes event happening on the 8th of July. If you choose to take your group to one of these events, you can get the full VIP treatment, with an exclusive private suite that directly overlooks the finish line!


With all these exciting events coming in summer 2018, there’s plenty for organiser’s to get excited about!

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