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Space Nightclub Ibiza
22 Aug

Where To Find Red-Hot Nightlife in Ibiza Spain

Guide To The Best Nightlife of Ibiza Spain

Space Nightclub Ibiza
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Ibiza is an island in Spain where the world comes to party. Ibiza is lit with bars, nightlife, and clubs. The famous few are Pacha, Space, and Amnesia. In this article, we will look to highlight Ibiza Island’s attractions and tourist spots. Let us dive right in.

Nikki Beach Ibiza

Nikki beach is located near Santa Eualia. It was carved out in the year 2013 and since then has become a hub for party goers and tourists. Go anytime of the day, and you will see that it is packed with people. This place bustling with cabanas, daybeds, ton of glamor and you name it!

The best time to visit is from late May until the end of September. Admission is free, and drinks have cost starting from £15. However, if you are more of a champagne person, then the price may jump to as much as £150.


Amnesia Nightclub Ibiza
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As the name implies the place gives you a hangover. It is a legendary club that lies in the heart of Ibiza which is, most say, responsible for coining the Balearic Beat. It was initially a farmhouse back in the 18th century but as the world progressed it took the shape of a nightclub, and today it is one of the notable ones.

Two spaces which make up the Amnesia nightclub and at any one point in time, you can find 5,000 people dancing frantically on a summer night. It is located towards 5 km of Carretera San Antonio in San Rafael. Admission price is £35. Again, the best time of the year is between May & October.


Pacha Nightclub Ibiza
Flickr:  by BOMBMAN Club Pacha..Ibiza

Pacha has to be one of the oldest beach nightclubs dating as far back as 40 years. However, never a day has gone by where Pacha has not climbed the ladder of best clubs in town. Every night the crowd changes that come to dance their heart out.

If you happen to visit the place, you can spot some celebrities therein, and if A-listers are present, you will have no room for yourself available. By room, I mean literally as you will find accommodation overly booked due to their presence. So if you wish just to dance it out and come back? Fine.

Admission price is £20, but that is what’s on paper. Actual price may vary and will be on the high side. June and October are the best times to visit. Fridays and Saturdays will offer you the glimpse of celebrities (because of weekends – duh!). Until 6.00 am in the morning, you will find the party at an all-time high before the club closes.

La Bodega

At the foot of Ibiza lies the town of La Bodega. It is both a bar, a café, lounge and a restaurant (all-in-one). You can get the real feel of the island by visiting this place. Besides, if you are in the mood for a few glasses of wine or beer to go with it, La Bodega is the place to be.

The menu known as tapas menu has a combination of some of the finest meatballs (read albondigas) in the vicinity. Oh, and did I mention squid? It’s scrumptious! No cap concerning the time of the year it is opened. You can visit any day between 6 pm to 3 am. Drinks range from £4 and onwards.


Space Nightclub Ibiza
By Malagalabombonera (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons

Situated on Play d’en Bossa, it is one of the elite clubs out there. Should you go there and visit, you can hear loud music blasting out of every inch of the place. World’s top DJ’s are at play there mixing the music. The club packs the contemporary look and atmosphere. Expect a different them each night.

Admission price is from £25 onwards and the best time to visit is in the month of May and October. Ibiza just tends to attract a majority of the summer season (that’s why). For Space, 10 pm to whenever (figuratively speaking) are the hours of hitting the dance floor hard.

In conclusion

If you are a party freak and loves to dance, you should take a trip down to the Ibiza Island. Remember to visit Bar 1805 too, and you’ll thank me later. Cheers!

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