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Everyone’s heard of Ibiza’s giant rave palaces, but the island also caters to the full spectrum of medium and smaller sized venues hosting some top parties too. You have to dig a little deeper, but it can often be well worth while.
Some of these venues suffer regular grand openings and swift closures each summer, so pay attention to local advertising before you set off. Others are well loved ’secret’ or alternative locations where you may just have one of the best nights of your holiday. Rave on!
Infamous gay nightclub found up a back passage in the Old Town. With a dancefloor in a cave and a busy ‘dark room’, this is a must for gay clubbers, but not really for anyone else.
The Blue Rose
The former strip club in Figuretas has become a small disco this summer. Its the end of an era at the previously family run strip joint – mum on the door, dad on the bar, daughters on the stage(!) – so it awaits to be seen how it fairs without them.
This Playa D’en Bossa venue has had all sorts of incarnations over the years. Last season it was Love Club and has previously been known as Somny and Kiss too. This summer sees the team behind Eden take over, with a night from Liverpool loonies Garlands already booked in.
A locals dance venue for more than 60 years with a history of gigs by visiting rock stars. Now home to a selection of alternative events like the Namaste parties featuring music, massage and art, and a huge, twice weekly hippie market.
A lush, dream-like location set around a classy outdoor restaurant with trusted promoters like Zenith hosting some seriously hot parties.
This venue has previously been known as Penelope and Angels and has generally been much loved when open. With its large 1000+ capacity, maybe this year’s re-opening by the London institution of the same name will see it really take off…
May or may not be open this year. An excitingly seedy venue cut into the rocks across the water from the port in Ibiza Town with a history of debauched after-parties.
Around the bay from the main superclubs, this venue has played host to bumping nights like Twice as Nice in the past, but also some dodgy 80s pop star career-revival events.
With a great track record of cutting edge free parties, we’ll have to see what this season brings for this small venue that’s Underground by name and nature.
Fancy escaping out to sea and the peace and quiet of Formentera? Well there’s still one club here if you start getting Ibiza withdrawal symptoms.
History: The first daytime club on the island, now open virtually all the time during summer season. The legend of the outdoor Terrace is part of club folklore, but today’s multi-dancefloor day and night venue has moved on to become one of the most intense, popular and downright amazing clubbing experiences in the world. Home of the iconic opening and closing parties of the season and still growing in size every year.
Famous for: In one word: Terrace. The beloved original may have been razed to the ground but the epic dance palace that stands in its place is already one of the best rooms in the world. Plus the new ‘Sunset’ Terrace feels uncannily like its predecessor, giving us our al fresco disco fix.
Vibe: Non-stop party.
Crowd: Every nation seems to ‘own’ Space as their favourite club, with a healthy mix of languages, looks and attitudes to be found among the many thousands passing through over the course of a 22-hour session.
Do: Prepare to go nuts and find yourself hugging a strange Italian guy when a Boeing 737 roars over the Sunset Terrace just as the bass kicks in. There’s nothing quite like it.
Don’t: Spend all your time moving around from one dancefloor to another, you’ve got hours in here! Try settling for a proper dance in the immense dark Discoteca, the soundsystem is phenomenal.
History: Guinness World Record holder as the largest nightclub in the world, fitting up to 10,000 people, this is another Ibizan venue that grew from a small disco into an epic nightlife village. Known as Ku in the glory days when Freddie Mercury performed to a live global TV audience and Grace Jones danced naked in the rain, the addition of a roof to control noise pollution saw some lean years, but then came the mighty Manumission.
Famous for: To one clubbing generation it’s those glittering celebrity parties of the 70s, to another it’ll always be about the inspired mass madness of Manumission, those infamous sex shows and blockbuster stage productions. This summer has the most exciting list of parties lined up for years.
Vibe: A space this big can be a bit flat when it’s not full, but when it’s rammed, fireworks and fountains are going off and performers swinging from the roof it’s a truly unbelievable experience.
Crowd: From curious Ibiza virgins to the hardened party faithful, there’s room for everyone at this nightly spectacle that every serious clubber needs to see in their lifetime.
Do: Check out the toilets at Manumission nights, which are legendary for having their own DJ and a rocking little (out)house party all of their own.
Don’t: Loose your friends. The odds of ever finding them again when you’re in the world’s biggest club, it’s packed, going off and you’re all off your maracas, are very slim indeed.
History: The original island night spot. It has sprawled to accommodate ever more opulent dance floors, bars and rooms over the last 34 years. The benchmark for club luxury the world over, spawning both imitators and its own chain of venues, sporting the infamous naughty cherry logo, from New York to Marrakech. The island empire also includes clothes shops, bars, a magazine, casino and the swanky El Hotel.
Famous for: Celebrity clientele. Whether it be the annual appearance of Puff Daddy, Jade Jager’s DJ residency or Diego Maradona pumping his ‘hand of god’ in the air to Erick Morillo, you’re sure to be rubbing shoulders with somebody who’s someone on any given night.
Vibe: Quintessential Ibiza. Some people find the vast balconies full of posh VIP tables a bit much, but then every summer, this is the most important place for today’s serious jet set to be seen.
Crowd: A cosmopolitan mix of well over 3000 clubbers of all ages and persuasions. From chic island hippies to wealthy playboys, there’s plenty to see, and amazing dancers too.
Do: Take a break from the main room madness with a drink on the gorgeous roof terrace. Fabulous, dharling!
Don’t: Get there too late. Getting in on a busy night (that’s most of ‘um) can be a right hassle unless you’ve clearly just stepped off a yacht.
History: A stunning vision for a nightclub. Whitewashed stonework, roman columns, fountains and lush tropical plants all housed in a giant glass pyramid with retractable roof. Created as an equally hip alternative to Pacha in the 70s until San Antonio became a major package holiday destination and legions of loony ravers pretty much took over.
Famous for: The Fiesta Del Aqua, which turns the beautiful sunken dancefloor into a swimming pool, and the end of the night into a giant water fight to music.
Vibe: One of the most varied mixtures of different nights on the island, ranging from trance mayhem to bumping R&B.
Crowd: 3000 up for it, generally young and British clubbers looking for a good time involving big tunes and a bit of a fumble in the undergrowth.
Do: Flirt outrageously. The sunken dancefloor is one of the best spots ever conceived for cheeky eye-contact across the room as everyone is facing into the middle.
Don’t: Dive headfirst into the ‘pool’ when it fills up, there’s a stone floor down there, plus all the muck that a night of wild party abandon has left swilling around.
History: Built to appeal to the yachting crowd who moor up alongside it all summer, this (relatively) small venue is where many established promoters first cut their teeth on the island. A gorgeous location with spectacular views make it popular these days with everyone looking for a bit of glam with their big room tunes.
Famous for: Its waterfront location, including an exclusive boat service that ferries clubbers across from the other side of the port – the most stylish way to make your entrance!
Vibe: Less hectic and freaky than most of the other big clubs, more like a big Saturday night out in London or Milan fused with the endless summer holiday vibe of the Balearics.
Crowd: Up to 1500 beautiful people, all happily out-glamming each other.
Do: Snap pictures of yourself from the terrace with castle of D’Alt Vila lit up across the water in the background – it’ll make your friends back home sick with envy.
Don’t: Turn up straight from the beach in jeans and an old t-shirt. This is El Divino, baby.
History: The reincarnation of a dodgy San Antonio disco by the owners of Cafe Mambo has lead to the successful creation of one of the island’s major new clubs. It’s aimed squarely at Brits, with familiar UK clubbing names in the house every night.
Famous for: Judge Jules helped design the place and his Judgement Sundays have ruled the roost ever since.
Vibe: Full on. Home to some of hardest sounds on the island and consequently some of the most nutty clubbers.
Crowd: It’s Brits all the way in here, 4500 of them!
Do: Check out the back room, home to some of the islands most exciting underground party promotions, frequently featuring rising star DJs. Top stuff.
Don’t: Rock up wearing a football top, sporting a national flag as a cape etc. as you’ll be turned away. They are trying to raise the tone of San An, don’t you know…
can certainly be said to hold its own as a result of Monday mornings prized Circo Loco parties. These started off as free events in a crumbling old barn, but word soon spread. Now, in spite of the no frills location and door charge, this is where the planet’s most professional hedonists come to really cut loose.
Famous for: Utterly shameless merry making, including stage-diving DJs, pogo-ing club freaks and a whole host of seriously colourful regulars, all partying while most of us are usually hard at work in the office.
Vibe: Not for the faint hearted. Seasoned clubbers dominate and the music is just about the most cutting edge in the world. Visiting DJs often beg to play sets here for no fee.
Crowd: Like one big dysfunctional but happy family. Often the whole terrace will spontaneously sit during a breakdown, then jump up again, as up to 1500 beaming nutjobs all party as one.
Do: Get stuck into the spirit of lunacy. Bring something completely outrageous to wear, some comedy props and prepare for some tip top nonsense.
Don’t: Overdo it. Pushing on through the outdoor heat on a Monday can get a little too messy if you’re not careful. Luckily security are some of the most friendly and efficient beefcakes around.
History: The first major outdoor club on the island. Where young tourists Danny Rampling and Paul Oakenfold famously skipped around hand in hand to DJ Alfredo’s Balearic music before going home and kick-starting the acid house era. It doesn’t get more seminal than that, and the place continues to be hugely influential today, hosting key long-running nights.
Famous for: The giant ice cannon, so powerful it blasts a packed dancefloor to freezing point in five seconds. The same space is also renowned for the bubbly silliness of regular foam parties.
Vibe: For DJ hero worship, the main booth is a classic. It’s favoured by the biggest of the big names for serious interaction with crowd, meaning things constantly erupt into scenes of mayhem.
Crowd: A loyal following. It can get unbelievably hectic on the main nights when more than 5000 people fill every inch of floor.
Do: Stay until morning for sunrise on the legendary terrace. It may be encased in glass now but dancing in the sunshine (while air conditioned!) with a load of battered but beaming new international friends takes some beating.
Don’t: Attempt to walk along the main road outside (this is true outside DC-10 and other venues too). There have been many accidents on the stretch up to Privilege although a new tunnel is hoped to ease the problems.