Best Clubs in Ibiza - The Ultimate Guide
Home to anyone who loves a Boho vibe, Ibiza clubbing holidays have been happening since the 80s, reaching legendary status in the 90s. The club scene can feel a bit overwhelming so we’ve put together the answers to some of our most asked questions so you can leap straight into the utter magic of Ibiza.
What part of Ibiza is best for clubbing?
San Antonio - Known as one of the best clubbing places in Ibiza, with legendary cafes on Sunset Strip and open-air clubbing at Club O or Ibiza Rocks hotel. After dark head for places like Eden and Es Paradis. You won’t want to miss Amnesia either and you can get there from San Antonio by hopping on one of the regular buses.
Ibiza Town - Home to the leader of them all Pacha – known by its twin cherry logo this is one the most famous clubs in Ibiza and an absolute must-see.
What are the main clubs in Ibiza?
Eden Ibiza - Here since 1999 and known for its unique acoustics, there’s two VIP areas, multiple levels, stunning cocktails and up to 5000 people to party with.
Amnesia - Carl Cox, Sven Vath and Paul van Dyk have graced Amnesia’s decks and it’s a real A-lister hang out (think Leo Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and some fellow called Mick Jagger). You’ll enjoy laser lights, foam parties and the very best in dance music.
Pacha Ibiza - The cherry logo of Pacha is part of Ibiza folklore. It's famous for nights like F*** me I’m Famous featuring David Guetta and Flower Power which brings the whole island together each Wednesday.
What are the best nights in Ibiza?
GLOW happens every Monday and Thursday at Es Paradis. It’s the island’s only neon party and positively glimmers with childlike joy.
Flower Power is where all generations enjoy hippy vibes and throwback sounds. The atmosphere is focused on outrageous fun and it’s been part of the scene at Pacha for 39 years.
Sing-along dance meets foaming fun at Amnesia every Wednesday. La Espuma is Ibiza’s only foam party and it’s the perfect place for some messy fun.
How much do clubs cost in Ibiza?
Standard club entry is between €20 - €50, but it’s worth looking for group discounts and always worth booking online – you could save up to €20. Opening and closing parties carry a premium.
Best area to stay in Ibiza for clubbing
San Antonio area stands out as the best place – you’ll be near some of the big-name spots like Eden and Ibiza Rocks and O Beach, plus Benimussa Park is around ten minutes away.
Beach lovers will adore the vibe of Playa d’en Bossa, home to Ushiaia, and Octan and just ten minutes ride from Pacha.
Between the two you’ll find Amnesia and Privilege, both legends in their own right and ideally placed for anyone who’s snapped up one of our villas near San Rafael.
Best beach clubs in Ibiza
BEACHOUSE Ibiza - Playa d’en Bossa’s Beachouse is super-relaxing and if you’re looking for a place to kick back and chill on a beach bed under swaying palms it’s one of the best beach clubs in Ibiza.
Nassau Beach Club - Another Playa d’en Bossa treat, Nassau beach is a place to refresh. Hammocks, cocktails, food bursting with summer flavour – it’s all at Nassau. The music is elegant and fresh electronica.
Cotton Beach Club - Bringing Cotton Club style to Cala Tarida, this all-white beach club has an atmosphere of effortless cool. On high season weekends, you can join their famous Champagne lunch.
Best clubs in Ibiza for over 40s
San Antonio is a good place to start. Es Paradis is home to Hed Kandi which attracts a super stylish older crowd as well as the We Love 80s and 90s water party.
Pacha has a few options that appeal to all the but youngest crowd. Wednesday night’s Flower Power showcases 60s to 90s music, Thursday sees David Guetta’s F*** me I’m Famous party and Pure Pacha on Saturday nights has a distinct fun atmosphere.
Ibiza Rocks has live music parties – bookings include bands like New Order and Happy Mondays which have huge appeal for an older crowd.
2020 marks 25 years of Cream, it’s Amnesia’s flagship event and a place for everyone to let go and enjoy the unique atmosphere.
Best techno clubs in Ibiza
DC-10 – famous for Circoloco, it has a reputation for underground DJs with a sway towards minimal techno.
Sankeys - With roots in mid-nineties Manchester, this basement venue is music focused with VOID sound system and Bodysonic dance floor.
So, there you have it – our guide to the best clubbing in Ibiza – it’s an ever-evolving scene so keep your ear to the ground. Wherever you go you’ll love having one of our villas to relax in for those recovery days when you need a slightly slower pace.