Where to Drink in Ibiza

Wed, 15 April 2015
Flower power PACHA ibizaFlower Power at PACHA

To Drink

DC10

A serious contender for Ibiza’s coolest nightclub, DC10 hosts two of the most talked about parties on the island – Circoloco and Jamie Jones’ Paradise. Respected as one of the only clubs in Ibiza with an underground, after hours feel, it’s one of the cheaper establishments but also one of the hardest to get into. Set in an old airport hanger a taxi ride away with open air and covered spaces, DC10 is an experience you can’t miss.

Sankeys

Sankeys might be a newbie when it comes to the Ibiza club scene but it is also the fastest growing establishment on the island. It is on the smaller side, made up of 3 rooms and a rooftop terrace with a capacity of 1,500. This club is not for anyone searching for the glamorous side of Ibiza. Here it is about the music and getting unbelievably sweaty on the body sonic dance floor in the basement.

Flower Power at Pacha

Arguably the original and oldest of all Ibiza’s nights, Flower Power is one not to be missed. Every Tuesday this world famous club is showered in flowers, confetti, hanging peace signs and friendly floats of all shapes and sizes. The burning incense, sexy dancers and love-heart lighting make this a sensual experience rather than a club night. The workers and clubbers alike dress in a colourful array of sweet seventies swag and dance to the tunes of Piti Urgell as if it were 1973, Pacha Ibiza’s opening year. The legendary DJ and Pacha co-founder has put this night on since the club’s birth, and week in week out, it delivers.

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  • Av. 8 d’Agost
    Islas Baleares
    Ibiza
    07800

Amnesia

One of the biggest clubs in Ibiza, Amnesia has attracted the glitziest of celebrities: legends like Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell and Mick Jagger have made an appearance here. Music ranges from intense EDM to trance and techno. The venue is characterized by Ibiza’s wilderness – truly representing the wildest of nights to happen in Ibiza — foam parties (hosted by Paris Hilton), ‘Cream’ theme nights etc. This club is also the most recent winner of “Best Global Club” in the International Dance Music Awards.

Space Ibiza

Known as the house of Electronic Dance Music (EDM), Space Ibiza focuses on curating a diverse and impressive array of international DJ talent: from Carl Cox to Jon Rundell and James Zabiela. Space Ibiza is for the party-goer who wants to experience EDM at its best. Best parties in the past include Float Your Boat, “We Love” and “Carl Cox” parties. Party-goers head to Space Ibiza for an unparalleled daytime clubbing experience.

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  • Playa d’en Bossa
    Sant Josep de Sa Talaia
    Ibiza
    07817

Rumors at Beach House

The Rumours are true. The Israeli techno and progressive house DJ Guy Gerber is back at Beach House for a second Ibiza residency. This is a favourite party of anyone and everyone – perhaps because it’s free or perhaps because the party spills out onto the beach at sunset. Put on your best attempt at Ibiza chic and dance next to the DC-10 crew and old-school island hippies.

TIP: Before a night out head to Blowout Ibiza.  You might end your night looking like you’ve been dragged through the sand, but you don’t have to start it that way. Blowout Ibiza will come to your hotel room and do your hair and makeup before a night out on the town (prices start at €60). Ham it up for Pacha with The Tribalist hair style, or play it cool at DC10 with The Sun Sleeker.

DC10

Sankeys

Flower Power at Pacha

Amnesia

Space Ibiza

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