Party Earth Review Just off the San Antonio-Ibiza highway on the outskirts of sleepy San Rafael, Underground is an unassuming nightspot housed in a traditional Ibizan estate. Consisting of a small room with a bar, a larger room with a DJ booth and dance floor, and a spacious terrace with plenty of seating, the rustic structure looks ... more
Calle de Eivissa-Sant Antoni
07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany
Club / Hotel
Party Earth Review An outdoor playground for partygoers, Ushuaïa is like the Las Vegas of Ibiza, with fountains, sculptures, and lots of house dancers in skimpy vintage swimsuits. A dance floor stretching around two enormous pools provides space for five thousand clubbers, while the arched wooden stage that towers over one side has played ... more
Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel
Carretera Playa d’en Bossa 10
Party Earth Review Amnesia has undergone a series of changes over the years, transforming from an open-air psychedelic oasis to an epic megaclub famous for hosting – and encouraging – all-night insanity. Thanks to its sheer size and varied theme nights, the massive two-room club is popular with a range of tastes, and the ... more
San Antonio Road Km. 5
07816 San Rafael (Ibiza)
Party Earth Review Whether patrons are looking for a place to go for a long pre-party before heading out for another endless club night, or just want to take part in a beachside free-for-all that rages on no matter what time of day it is, they’ll find it at Bora Bora. One of the most famous venues in Playa d’en Bossa, this ... more
Calle de Ruda, 2
07817 St Josep de sa Talaia
Party Earth Review Built to resemble a Greek temple inside and out – including its iconic pyramid roof – the multitier Es Paradis provides a captivating setting in which a clientele of glam-bassadors and glam-wannabes can dance the night away to an incredibly loud soundtrack. The white-on-white décor features elegant tented domes and huge ... more
Salvador Espriu, 2
07820 San Antonio de Portmany
Party Earth Review A virtual Shangri-La of clubbing, Privilege holds the distinction of being the largest club in the world, where up to 10,000 people can dance shoulder to shoulder on any given night. Needless to say, everything about the place is massive, from the huge staircase at the entrance to the immense dome overhead to the ... more
Calle de Ibiza, 7
07816 San Rafael (Ibiza)
Party Earth Review Definitely the glitziest and most fashionable of the island’s clubs, Pacha also holds the distinction of being the only one open all year round. But like every other venue on the island, the club really shines in the summer when lines of stylish patrons are still filing in at 5am hoping to see and be seen ... more
Avda. 8 de Agosto S/N
Club / Outdoor Bar
Party Earth Review One of the most original club scenes on the island, The Zoo Project is a wild theme party that makes its home in an abandoned zoo and encourages partygoers, as the tagline says, to “create your own culture.” The rowdy young crowd hardly needs to be told twice as many come decked out in animal prints and special makeup ... more
The Abandoned Zoo
Party Earth Review No doubt the most famous megaclub in the international clubbing community, Space is perhaps best known for its legendary We Love Space sessions on Sundays, a party that can last over thirteen hours and that draws an immense crowd of hardcore clubbers. Upon entering, patrons walk through a long outdoor corridor to ... more
Carretera de Playa d’en Bossa
07830 St Josep de sa Talaia
Club / Restaurant
Party Earth Review On an island filled with high-end beach clubs, Blue Marlin is like a giant outdoor living room – that is, if that living room were owned by a multi-millionaire who decided to plop his chichi furniture on the sand. Accessed beachside via a wood-plank walkway surrounded by plush lounge chairs and cocktail stands, the venue ... more
Playa Es Jondal, s/n
07830 St Josep de sa Talaia
Clubs in Ibiza are why most people visit the island in the first place. This beautiful stretch of land – barely 220 square miles – is home to one of the biggest, sexiest, craziest, most hedonistic nightlife scenes on the entire planet.
Ibiza clubs are seasonal, of course, just like all of Ibiza, and the season picks up in May and June when tidal waves of dance happy revelers descend into the enormous megaclubs to rage and rave until the sun comes up –and then keep raging.
After exploring the multitier dance floors and ogling the world-famous DJs in the nightclubs, partiers can descend on the beach clubs for more sandy fun, or just nap to the sound of the waves until the sun sets and the whole island stops to watch the beautiful sky fade to black before descending back into the club scene yet again.
Whether it’s at Pacha, Space, Amnesia, Privilege, Eden, or Es Paradis – where upwards of 10,000 partiers can be in attendance on any given night – clubbing in Ibiza is worthy of an epic poem when it comes to describing it.
From hippies to the über rich, everyone can find a nightclub in Ibiza to suit their tastes, and frankly, after losing your mind on the dance floor for twelve hours you’ll probably be able to have a great time anywhere.