Ibiza Clubs

Your Guide to Ibiza Clubs in 2021

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Nowhere in the world compares to Ibiza when it comes to clubbing.

For us, clubbing is what makes Ibiza, Ibiza. And that’s why we made this site: to help navigate you to the best nightlife that Ibiza has to offer.

Check out information about Ibiza’s clubs below. Each summer some come, some go. It’s all part of the evolution of the island that never stops amazing us.

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Ibiza Club List


Ibiza has a huge range of clubs to suit every taste. Some clubs double up as restaurants and only open during the day. Some, such as Ushuaïa and Ibiza Rocks, are clubs that form part of a hotel where clubbers can book a room with a view of the action.

Our guide below focuses on Ibiza’s nightclubs, and there are two main divisions.

Superclubs have a capacity between 3,000 – 10,000 people. These huge spaces host the very biggest names in the world and are generally open every day throughout the summer season. Other clubs may be smaller in size, but by no means inferior in any way.

What clubs are there in Ibiza? Let’s take a look 👀

Ibiza Superclubs


Other Clubs


Clubs by Location


🌅 San Antonio Eden, O Beach, Ibiza Rocks
🏖 Playa d'en Bossa Hï, Ushuaïa, Octan
🛥 Ibiza Town Pacha, Lio
🔮 San Rafael Amnesia, Privilege

Where to Party in Ibiza?


We frequently get asked “Which part of Ibiza is best for clubs?”

Whilst Ibiza’s clubs are dotted across the island, there are two areas best for clubbing in Ibiza:

  1. Playa d’en Bossa, on the east of the island, is home to Hï Ibiza, Ushuaïa, and Octan. A short 10 minute taxi ride away is Pacha, which is just north of Ibiza’s Old Town.
  2. San Antonio, on the west coast of the island. Here you will find Eden, Ibiza Rocks, O Beach, whilst Pike’s and The Zoo Project’s Benimussa Park are under 10 minutes away.

Finally, located in the middle of the island you have Amnesia and Privilege in San Rafael. These are roughly the same distance from both Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio.

Ibiza Club Entry Prices


The cost of entry to clubs in Ibiza varies based on a few factors:

  • Promoter: for a given night in a club, the price can change a lot. Big DJs on the line up can make tickets more expensive
  • Location: where you buy the ticket from, for example online, in a kiosk, or on the door of the club
  • Time: many promoters sell early bird tickets with significant discounts. Some tickets might be limited to entrance before a certain time

It’s also common for ticket prices to be higher for an Opening or Closing party too, where the line ups are generally more extensive.

We always recommend buying your club tickets online in advance. It’s guaranteed to be the cheapest way to get into the club, and you benefit by saving €20 on average vs paying to enter on the door. You can also cancel your tickets free of charge up to 24 hours before the party if you change your mind.

One of the island’s most popular parties, David Guetta’s F*** Me I’m Famous, advance online tickets are €60 vs €90 on the door. That’s a huge €30 saving!

Here’s what you can expect to pay for entry and drinks at some of the bigger clubs on the island.

All the prices are based on a standard online advance ticket. Drinks prices are based on the most recent information we have for each club.

TICKET PRICES

Average = €40

  • Cocoon | €40
  • Together | €30
  • elrow | €55
  • Pyramid | €30
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €9
  • 🍺 Beer | €13
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €21
TICKET PRICES

Average = €40

  • F*** ME I'M FAMOUS | €60
  • Armin van Buuren | €40
  • Glitterbox | €40
  • BODYWORKS | €30
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €12
  • 🍺 Beer | €15
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €22
TICKET PRICES

Average = €50

  • BIG by David Guetta | €60
  • ANTS | €45
  • elrow | €55
  • CamelPhat & Solardo | €50
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €9
  • 🍺 Beer | €12
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €19
TICKET PRICES

Average = €40

  • Circoloco | €50
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €5
  • 🍺 Beer | €7
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €15
TICKET PRICES

Average = €50

  • Solomun+1 | €55
  • Music On | €55
  • SAGA | €35
  • The Masquerade | €45
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €10
  • 🍺 Beer | €13
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €22
TICKET PRICES

Average = €25

  • Defected | €25
  • Garage Nation | €25
  • Hybrid Minds | €25
  • SHINE | €30
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €5
  • 🍺 Beer | €8
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €13
TICKET PRICES

Average = €35

  • Craig David's TS5 | €50
  • Rudimental | €35
  • Lovely Laura & Ben Santiago | €25
  • Bongo's Bingo | €25
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €4
  • 🍺 Beer | €7
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €9
TICKET PRICES

Average = €35

  • RESISTANCE | €50
  • Solid Grooves | €35
  • Brutal Ibiza | €30
  • SuperMartXé | €25
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €7
  • 🍺 Beer | €10
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €15
TICKET PRICES

Average = €20

  • House in Paradise | €20
  • Kisstory | €20
  • Sin Sundays | €25
  • ONE | €15
DRINK PRICES
  • 🚰 Water | €5
  • 🍺 Beer | €8
  • 🍹 Long Drink | €15

Ibiza Club Dress Code


Many clubs around the world adhere to strict dress codes when it comes to entry.

This is not the case in in Ibiza!

The general rule of thumb is to simply wear whatever you feel comfortable in, so dress however you like! The clubs are well air-conditioned. You will see everything from jeans and trousers to shorts and t shirts.

The only exceptions are that you can’t wear football shirts, and you will need to actually be clothed when entering the club (i.e you can’t just rock up to O Beach without a shirt and jump straight into the pool 😛).

If you have booked a VIP table, it’s likely the club will be stricter on what you wear. Pacha and Hï are more likely to ask you to dress smarter for their VIP areas.

We recommend not wearing sandals / flipflops at night… at busy clubs you’ll get trodden on. Girls, leave your heels at home. Flats are your friend.

Parties are marathons not sprints, so you might want to go for a good pair of trainers.

You’ll get away with fancy dress to a certain degree. Of course, if you’re going to The Zoo Project then you’re very much encouraged to look the part.

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When do Ibiza Clubs Open & Close?


In general, Ibiza clubs do not open all year round. For the most part, Ibiza clubs open in the middle of May, and close at the beginning of October. This is the summer season, which peaks in August.

If you do plan to go clubbing in Ibiza between October – April, you will need to do your research. Pacha, Heart and Octan are good place to start. DC10 hosts an annual Circoloco New Year’s Day party which is always well attended.

In terms of the actual time that clubs open and close, this depends on the club. Day parties typically start between 2-4pm and close at midnight. Nightclubs normally open at midnight and close between 6-7am.

The most important events for Ibiza clubs are the Opening and Closing Parties. These are special parties organised by clubs and promoters to begin or end the season in style.

👇 You should definitely check out our Opening and Closing Party Guides for more information👇


Ibiza Clubs Frequently Asked Questions


Still got questions about Ibiza’s clubs? Look no further than our answers to the most frequently asked questions about clubbing on the White Isle below.

Ibiza has over 20 clubs including Amnesia, Hï, Ushuaïa, Pacha, Eden, Privilege, Ibiza Rocks, and DC10.

Club entry in Ibiza ranges from €20-60. Alcoholic drinks cost between €10-20 depending on the club.

Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio are the best parts of Ibiza for clubbing.

Clubs in Ibiza typically open at midnight. Beach clubs normally open at 3pm.

Clubs in Ibiza normally close between 6-7am.

No. Since 2011 it has been illegal to smoke inside Ibiza clubs.

There is no strict dress code in Ibiza clubs, just wear something you can dance in comfortably.

Yes. All Ibiza clubs take credit cards.

No. Most Ibiza clubs are only open from May until the end of September.

A bottle of water in Ibiza clubs ranges from €5-10.

No, Ibiza is far more than a party island. Millions of people visit Ibiza to soak up its incredible scenery, atmosphere, food, and unique culture, from all countries across the world.

Summary


If you’re lucky enough to be going to Ibiza soon, you’re in for a holiday of a lifetime. We’re going to assume you’re planning to go clubbing on your trip too 🕺

Check out our Ibiza Club Calendar below to find what’s going on at Ibiza’s best clubs when you’ll be there.

We hope this guide gives you the information you need to plan your club nights in Ibiza. If you found it useful, you should subscribe to our newsletter, and why not follow us on Instagram & Twitter?

If you have questions about your trip, don’t be afraid to get in touch.

We aim to give you all the info you need to buy your club tickets for Ibiza.

Looking for more Ibiza content? There’s more where this came from:

👉 Ibiza Closing Parties

👉 Ibiza Opening Parties

👉 Ibiza’s Most Popular Parties

👉 Ibiza Club Calendar

👉 Ibiza Parties


Kieran Doyle

Tickets Ibiza's Co-Founder & Editor