Party Earth Review Don’t expect to raise the roof at La Terrrazza, because there isn’t one – this gorgeous mountaintop castle has been converted into a club where a stylish clientele dances between the castle walls illuminated... ... read full review
Avenida Marquès de Comillas, 13
93 272 49 80
Th–Sa 12:30–6am (May–September)
Montjuic, Barcelona –
Don’t expect to raise the roof at La Terrrazza, because there isn’t one – this gorgeous mountaintop castle has been converted into a club where a stylish clientele dances between the castle walls illuminated only by strobe lights and the stars above.
The club is housed in Poble Espanyol, a one-of-a-kind artificial village constructed in 1929 to represent the different architectural styles of Spain, from the Castilian squares to the white-washed streets of Andalusia.
Once inside, patrons must walk through the village, past the square dotted with bars and cafés, and along its quaint winding streets that eventually lead to the Casa Son Berga, a glorious Balearic mansion occupied by La Terrrazza.
Dubbed the Open Air Circus, the club draws people into its outrageousness with colorful lights and surreal visual projections that are beamed around the room.
Every summer weekend, the chateau’s courtyard fills up with a glamorous clubbing crowd intent on dancing the night away under the stars and the soaring palm trees, while the DJ spins his tunes behind a stage where bikini-clad dancers add a touch of decadence.
Sound restrictions limit the intensity of the vibe, but those looking for a clubbing experience far removed from long lines, smoky rooms, and neon lights should put La Terrrazza at the top of the list.
Chic and good-looking, early 20s to 40s. Mix of straight and gay.
Predominantly Ibiza-style house music. Occasional big-name DJs.
Restaurants in the Poble Espanyol village serve tapas and appetizers. Keep an eye out for flyers offering discounts on the club’s cover charge.
Cover charge €18, includes one drink. Beer €5, mixed drinks €9.
Clubwear, trendy and chic.
A must-see no matter what time of night, but it really gets hopping between 2 and 3am.