Most dedicated Seville nightclubs only open their doors from Thursday to Sunday. They may officially start from around 9pm but you’ll find few party goers before midnight and often the places don’t get really busy until the middle of the night. As long as the clubs are hopping they’ll usually stay open until sometime between 5am and 7am so make sure you get a siesta before going clubbing.
Boss (C/Betis, 67)
This huge venue across the river in Triana has long had a fashionable reputation which often attracts local celebrities. The doors open around 8pm on weekends and the party lasts to beyond sunrise.
Holiday (Jesus del Gran Poder, 73)
One of the city’s most modern clubs which plays a good range of music throughout the night.
Birdie (Avda. San Francisco Javier, 24)
An exclusive venue which attracts a wide range of party goers in the Nervion district.
El Coto (Avda. Luis Montoto, 118)
This is a particularly trendy option which is inside the Meliá Los Lebreros Hotel.
Cathedral Club (Cuesta del Rosario, 12)
This popular nightspot is well located near the busy Plaza de Alfalfa and attracts a mix of locals and visitors. The venue is decorated inside like a cathedral.
Sevilla Mía (Plaza Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba)
This place on the edge of Santa Cruz is particularly popular with a younger crowd only opening its doors at midnight at weekends. The music and varied entertainment continue well into the next morning.
Weekend (Avda Torneo, 43)
A trendy addition to Seville’s club scene where go-go dancers strut their funky stuff to the latest sounds with an emphasis on house music.