Pacha

The original iconic clubbing brand

If you want to experience the true essence of clubbing in Ibiza, look no further than Pacha. It is Ibiza’s original, iconic clubbing brand that has attracted the world’s biggest names in music for nearly 6 entire decades.

Whilst its double cherry logo is now known the world over, including 9 other clubs, Pacha Ibiza remains the spiritual home of an Ibizan Institution that many call the jewel in the crown of nightclubs all over the globe.

On this page:  History   |   Club Information   |   Pacha Ibiza VIP   |   Pacha 2022   |   FAQs   |   Line Up 2022   |   Accommodation

Pacha Ibiza History


In 1967, brothers Ricardo and Piti Urgell opened their first nightclub in Sitges, near their hometown of Barcelona. The name Pacha originated from a remark from Ricardo’s first wife that they would be able to “live like a Pachá” (an Arabian prince) due to the money that they would earn from their venture.

Skip forward 6 years to 1973. Having seen the booming popularity of the island in a post-Franco (Spanish dictator) world, the brothers set their sights set on Ibiza. They purchased a plot of land just north of Ibiza Town in Talamanca which had nothing but an old Spanish farmhouse (or “finca”) on it. Do you recognise the building below?

Pacha Ibiza 1973
Pacha Ibiza 1973

Pacha Ibiza was built, and the rest as they say is history. Unlike many clubs in Ibiza, Pacha typically stays open throughout the winter, showcasing local and international talent. Piti was still DJings at one of the club’s longest running nights, “Flower Power”, until just a few years ago.

The Pacha group would go on to build a hotel next to the club, and also own other nearby venues including Lío (previously known as El Divino, located by the port), and Destino (a luxury hotel in the hills a short distance away).

The original club in Ibiza is now looking better than ever after an extensive refurbishment in 2018, and we’re looking forward to seeing the latest additions for the 2022 season.

Club Information


Pacha Ibiza’s capacity can hold up to 3,000 people.

There are two rooms at Pacha, though you’d be forgiven for thinking there was only one. Indeed, the main room is the centerpiece of the entire club. Its dancefloor is slightly sunken to the ground in the centre of the room, with the DJ booth raised immediately adjacent to the main VIP area.

As you explore the club, it’s quickly evident you have a variety of choices to get a viewpoint of the main room’s DJ booth. There’s a large outdoor terrace with plenty of seating options to give you a short break from dancing and grab a drink.

Meanwhile, Pacha’s second room is more of a hidden gem. The Pachacha Room is located on your left as you enter the club, and is a far more intimate venue to catch a set if the main room is too packed.

Pacha uses a d&b V-Series sound system, and a HARMAN Martin lighting system.

Pacha VIP


If you know Pacha, then you know that VIP has a strong presence emphasis throughout the club. Other tables are dotted around at various levels in the room.

VIP at Pacha is the quintessential luxury experience in Ibiza. The club offers a large range of VIP tables and areas across different levels in its main room. The most premium of these areas will have you nearly rubbing shoulders with the DJ, right in the middle of the dancefloor.

Tables prices are usually based on groups of 4. Perfect for couples, friends, or anyone you’re lucky enough to be in Ibiza with 😀

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“An incredible main room with angles from multi-levels, VIP tables everywhere, and the best looking crowds on the island “

You’ll get a better view of the main room if you go to one of the higher levels during peak times. After 3am the main dance floor will become quieter. Make the most of the outdoor space for a breather in between!

Pacha Ibiza 2022


It’s no surprise that the club still attracts some of the biggest names in dance music, however in recent years its music policy has changed to include more underground, emerging promoters.

For 2022, Pacha will host its grand Opening Party on Friday the 30th April. Solomun will play all night long, a precursor to his hugely popular longstanding Solomun+1 parties every Sunday beginning on the 22nd May.

Robin Schulz takes over Pure Pacha for 7 Thursdays in May & June.

Marco Carola and the Music On crew will return to Pacha every Friday during the season.

Bedouin will host Wednesday nights with their spectacular Saga parties, and Claptone’s The Masquerade will return to host Saturday nights.

Pacha’s very own Flower Power parties will return every Monday, while the Latino Gang will take over Tuesdays in July.

More Pacha 2022 news to come… watch this space!

2022 Parties


Monday Flower Power
Tuesday Latino Gang
Wednesday Bedouin
Thursday Pure Pacha
Friday Music On
Saturday The Masquerade
Sunday Solomun+1

2019 Parties


Monday
Tuesday Bad Bunny
Wednesday
Thursday Music On
Friday SAGA
Saturday The Masquerade
Sunday Solomun+1

Popular Pacha Parties

Frequently Asked Questions


Pacha is located in Talamanca, to the north of Ibiza Town. It’ll cost around €10 for a taxi from Playa d’en Bossa, or €30 from San Antonio. You can take a free disco bus from either location throughout the night.

Pacha opens at midnight and typically closes at 7am, depending on the night.

Ticket entry to Pacha varies from €30-65, depending on the night.

A Beer costs €13, Spirit + Mixer €22, Water €10 at Pacha Ibiza.

Pacha Ibiza can hold 3,000 people.

There’s no strict dress code, although of any of the superclubs, you’re most likely to be turned away from Pacha if you’re not looking smart enough. Swimwear and sleeveless shirts are not permitted in VIP.

You can view the full lineup for Pacha Ibiza 2020 in the calendar below.

Pacha has a hotel across the road from the club. You will get free entry to Pacha if you are staying there.

Tables generally start at €330 per person for a table of 4 people. This will vary depending on the night you are going and availability.

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Av. 8 d'Agost, 07800 Ibiza, Islas Baleares, Spain

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