Most people who go to Ibiza go for the summer beach parties and the incredible nightlife. It is a place where the partying never stops and it is home to some of the best clubs on the planet. If you are planning to visit the island for a partying vacation, keep reading to find out more about some of the best clubs in Ibiza.
This club is located on the center of the island, close to San Rafael. Many people say it is the world's best club and it has won the award for Best Global Club for three consecutive years. The venue has a maximum capacity of 5000 individuals and it is almost always packed to capacity. This means that an amazing partying atmosphere is guaranteed. Key festivals include La Troya and the famous foam party and La Matinee.
This is a day club that can be found on the d'en Bossa beach. It is the perfect venue to enjoy sun, sand, and cocktails to help you prepare for a big Ibiza night out in the evening.
Arguably one of the most mythical venues on the island. This club, located close to the town of Marina, can hold up to 3000 people and it has a rooftop terrace. If you want to increases your chances of meeting some famous people, this is the club to go to. Dozens of famous festivals are hosted at Pecha including The Party David Guetta.
Like Amnesia, this club is situated in the middle of Ibiza, near San Rafael. It is the world's biggest club and has a huge central dance area, similar to an aircraft hangar, with a swimming pool. There are many different areas of the venue to explore. The glass-encased Vista Club, for instance, is a haven for techno raves and dancing continues until dawn arrive and sunlight beams through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Situated on the waterfront in San Antonio, this club was one of the first to open in the region. Make sure you don't miss the infamous Water Festival during which thousands of gallons of water are released onto the dance floor. It has a pyramid roof and spectacular decor. The water parties really do offer the ultimate clubbing experience, as long as you don't mind getting soaked.
Located in Playa d'en Bossa this 1500 capacity club is a great venue. It is famous for its basement and underground music. Popular parties include The Redlight and Unusual Suspects. It comprises of three main rooms and a body sonic dance floor. It opened in 2011 but is already a very popular club on the island.
Some other clubs that you might want to learn more about in Spain include DC-10, Destino, Eden, Heart, Ibiza Rocks Hotel and Ocean Beach. Keep in mind that before you visit any club, it would be a good idea to check entry requirements and prices. Most clubs are easy to get into, but some do have strict door policies. You also need to think about how much drinks cost in each location.