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Ibiza’s most famous nightclubs

Nightlife is worth millions and millions of euros every year. Ibiza’s nightclubs have become one of the main attractions for tourists, both national and international. Of the more than 3.2 million tourists who come to Ibiza, more than half decide to visit one of its venues to experience first-hand what the authentic Ibiza nightlife is like.

According to a survey, 60% of visitors to Ibiza consider nightlife to be the main reason for choosing the island as a holiday destination. But where do tourists usually go clubbing? Which are the best places to get to know the essence of Ibiza’s nightlife?

The 6 most famous discotheques in Ibiza

Ibiza’s party calendar is perhaps one of the most comprehensive on an international level. Important DJs have their residency there. If you are looking for fun, don’t hesitate to visit one of these clubs.

Pacha Ibiza

Pacha Ibiza, one of the most emblematic clubs on the island, opened its doors in 1973. With its famous logo of the two cherries, Pacha is synonymous with fun.

The disco offers a unique experience with different rooms, each with its own atmosphere and musical style. World-renowned artists, such as Solomun, are regular residents, ensuring unforgettable nights for attendees.

Pacha Ibiza has a capacity for 3,000 people and organises more than 100 events every summer.


Amnesia is another iconic nightclub that can’t be left off the list. Founded in 1976, Amnesia is famous for its epic sunrise parties.

With a capacity for 5,000 people, the discotheque has two main rooms: the Terrace and the Main Room. The “Cocoon” and “Elrow” parties are particularly popular, attracting crowds looking to lose themselves in the rhythm of techno and house music.

Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel

For those who prefer to party outdoors, Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel is the perfect place. Since its opening in 2011, Ushuaïa has redefined the beach party experience.

This luxurious hotel and open-air club offers first-class entertainment with an impressive production. DJs such as Calvin Harris and Martin Garrix are regulars at Ushuaïa, delivering electrifying sets under the open sky.

Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel has a capacity for 4,000 people in its open-air club area and organises daily events during the high season.

Hï Ibiza

Hï Ibiza, which opened in 2017 on the former site of Space Ibiza, has quickly gained a reputation as one of the best clubs on the island. With a modern design and state-of-the-art technology, Hï Ibiza offers a first-class clubbing experience.

Its “Glitterbox” and “Black Coffee” parties are some of the most anticipated of the season, attracting house and electronic music lovers from all over the world.


More than 30 years later, DC10 is still an iconic Ibiza meeting point, known for its family atmosphere and shared passion for music. The proximity to the airport and the unique experience of seeing planes landing near the club are part of its identity.

The name of the club was almost “U2”, but was dropped due to registration difficulties. Finally, “DC10” was chosen, inspired by one of the largest aircraft of the time, marking the club’s connection to aviation and underlining its revolutionary spirit in Ibiza’s nightlife.


Privilege holds the title of being the largest nightclub in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records. With a capacity of 10,000 people, this club offers an experience that no other venue can match. Their “SuperMartXé” party is one of the most spectacular, with shows and performances that take the audience’s breath away. Privilege is a place where scale and spectacle combine to create epic nights.

How to buy advance tickets?

If you want to attend one of their parties, we recommend that you buy your tickets several months in advance. Yes, it seems like a long time, but it’s not. When the high season arrives in Ibiza, the discotheques fill up.

To do this, the best ways to buy your tickets in advance are:

  • Official club websites, where you can also buy packs and get some discounts.
  • Ticketing agency, such as Ticketmaster.
  • Hotels and local retail outlets where they can provide discounts for guests.

Now that you know which are the 6 clubs that make Ibiza one of the capitals of techno and house… Which one would you go to?