It's impossible to think about Ibiza without thinking about Ibiza clubs. Everyone know that Ibiza plays host to some of the best nightclubs and parties in the world and that's more relevant in 2015 than ever. From the glamour of Pacha Ibiza to the thundering darkness of Space, Ibiza delivers again and again.
Check out our insider guides to the biggest and best clubs on the island.
Ibiza Clubs Up Close
In may 1976, antonio escohotado, a young philosopher from madrid signed a lease with the view to opening the venue as a discotheque; his belief was that people needed an escape from their humdrum lives and with that in mind provisionally decided...read more
Loosely translated as 'heaven on earth', the white interior and enormous natural gardens make it one of the islands more spectacular venues and also a popular hang out for celebrities while they are on the island. with four vip areas, three...read more
In 1978 it was sold to three basques, one of which was the spanish footballer jose antonio santamaria, who renamed it ku, after a club they owned already in san sebastian. ku was a seminal venue in the 80's, capturing the imagination of the...read more
No visit to ibiza is complete until you've sampled the unique experience that space offers. space opening party heralds the start of another season on the white isle. these days there are events prior to the grand fiesta to mark the space opening...read more
From the summer of 1987, when Paul Oakenfold, Nicky Holloway and Danny Rampling returned from holiday in Ibiza telling anyone that would listen about the magical island, and the subsequent 'Summer of Love' the following year, Ibiza has evolved into one of the most important clubbing destinations in the world. Home to many of clublands blue chip brands as well as mother to many newbies, Ibiza regularly attracts top DJs, producers and artists, not to mention a never ending legion of music loving hedonists and a healthy sprinkling of global celebrities. It's a unique combination of yin and yang, it is as inspirational as it is exhausting, as challenging as it is satisfying, it's a place to relax and recharge the batteries and to throw your mind open to infinite possibilities. Ibiza is a place where magic can and often does happen, it is clubbing theatre at its very best. Whether you're in the middle of the Amnesia dancefloor as Paul van Dyk resumes his Cream residency, front and centre at Ibiza Rocks as Biffy Clyro thrash their way through their debut set, hidden behind face paint at the Zoo project or queuing to see Guetta at Pacha, the world's most famous discotheque, there is no place in the world quite like Ibiza.