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With its fine sand beaches, this Balearic island is a beach paradise during the day. At night, Ibiza becomes the clubber’s playground, attracting party-goers from around the world to its huge dance floors, some of the most famous in the world.


When we think about Ibiza, the first image in our mind is the beach but also the two cherries which are part of Pacha’s logo, the most famous nightclub on the island and a favourite among the tourists. Opening in 1973 as a bed and breakfast, today Pacha is the number one stop for all-night dancing. The most famous DJs in teh world have played here, from David Guetta to David Morales. Pacha is more than a club, it’s a trademark.

  • Address: Avenida del Ocho de Agosot, Eivissa
  • Price: anywhere from €40-60


This club is known as being the first “outdoor electric temple” on the island. Close to the main port, this place is non-stop all night long. Its hippy parties from the 80s and the always-strong influence of dance music makes Amnesia the best place to spend the night.

For three consecutive years the club has won the prize for best club in the world (2006, 2007 and 2008), an award given out by the International Dance Music Awards based in Miami. The club’s best parties include “Cocoon” on Monday nights with techno, “Cream” on Thursdays  with the best DJs and of course the famous foam parties every Wednesday.

  • Address: 5km from San Antonio, near San Rafael de Sa Creu
  • Price: between €20-30 during the week, €30-55 on weekends



With a capacity of 10,000 people, it’s no wonder that Ibiza’s Privilege is the biggest club in the world. Huge doesn’t even begin to describe this place; there’s even a pool and a 25m high dome. Terraces, restaurants, gardens, it’s impossible to do the whole circuit in one night. It was in this party palace that Freddy Mercury sang the anthem for the Olympic Games in 1987 with the famous Spanish singer Montserrat Caballé.

  • Address: 7km from San Antonio, near San Rafael de Sa Creu
  • Price: between €25 and 50

If this gets you going, get your flights to Ibiza now, before the party starts without you!

Imgs: Phil Wiffen / Flickr cc.

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