Ibiza clubs are notorious on the European clubber’s circuit attracting hordes of visitors during the peak summer months. The majority of the clubs are located in Ibiza Town and San Antonio and on the road between them. In order to differentiate themselves from one another each one tends to try offering something different such as water parties, foam parties and strip shows, etc. It can be fairly expensive to get into the main clubs and drinks are often extortionate so clubbing in Ibiza doesn’t come cheap.
Don’t even think of driving between clubs if you’re planning on drinking as the local police aren’t as lenient as they might have been in the past. Instead find out the schedule for the Discobus which shuttles revellers between clubs, bars and hotels in Ibiza Town, Playa d’en Bossa, San Antonio and Santa Eulalia. They operate throughout the night until around 6am.
Below we’ve listed the main nightclubs in and around Ibiza Town, Playa d’en Bassa and in San Antonio. However, there are also teams representing these different clubs who move around the main venues such as London’s Ministry of Sound and the sexy Manumission show. Check out their latest schedules when you get there.
Ibiza Clubs In & Around Ibiza Town
Privilege (Ibiza Town to Sant Rafel Road)
Privilege is recognised as the largest club in the world with room for 10,000 people. Its facilities include twenty odd bars, a swimming pool and gardens. The club is 5km outside Ibiza Town near Sant Rafel on the road to San Antonio. Just take the Discobus from Ibiza Town or San Antonio which runs every 30 minutes and drops you off outside the main entrance.
Website: Privilege Ibiza
Amnesia (Ibiza Town to Sant Rafel Road)
Amnesia was one of the island’s original discos along with Pacha in the 1970s and is famous as Ibiza’s original open air nightclub. It remains true to its origins as home to the Balearic music style. Its foam parties are very popular. Located just 4km outside Ibiza Town on the road to Sant Rafel it is serviced by the Discobus.
Website: Amnesia Ibiza
Pacha (Ibiza Town)
Pacha was Ibiza’s first major club having been established in 1973 and remains a favourite of Ibiza’s ‘beautiful people’. It is located in Ibiza Town just opposite the marina. If you’re coming from San Antonio take the Discobus which leaves hourly.
Website: Pacha Ibiza
El Divino (Ibiza Town)
The cosmopolitan El Divino is the place to go for the club with the finest setting in Ibiza. It lies just off the Paseo Maritimo at Marina Botafoch and is accessed from Ibiza port by ferries which operate every 30 minutes until 3am. The ferry is free if you can produce an entrance ticket and the club also pays taxi fares when at least three arrive together. Look out for the rich and famous arriving by private yacht.
Website: El Divino Ibiza
Space (Playa d’en Bassa)
Lying next to the beach at Playa d’en Bossa, Space has received awards recognising it as the best club in the world. Its dance floors are packed both day and night as the place only closes for two hours a day. There are regular buses and boats from Ibiza Town to Playa d’en Bossa and the resort is serviced by the Discobus.
Website: Space Ibiza
Ibiza Clubs in San Antonio
Es Paradis stands on the waterfront at San Antonio and has long been one of the resort’s most popular venues. Its sound system is spectacular and its notorious water and foam parties ensure a full house every Saturday night. If you’re arriving from Ibiza Town take the Discobus otherwise just look out for its glass pyramid roof which you can’t miss.
Website: Es Paradis Ibiza
Eden is a relative newcomer to the Ibiza club scene yet it has firmly established itself as a favourite amongst mainly British clubbers. It’s also a top venue for guest DJs from the UK including Judge Jules and Dave Pearce. Located next to Es Paradis on the San Antonio waterfront it is serviced by the Discobus from nearby San Antonio Bay and Ibiza Town.
Website: Eden Ibiza