Ibiza is a gorgeous island located in Eastern Spain, in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s a place that is certain to provide a new and improved perspective on the world, as its beautiful scenery and happening night life serves to refresh and rejuvenate.
Famous clubs in Ibiza
Famous for its night life and electronic music, as well as its summer club scene (popular with tourists from all over the globe), the Ibiza club scene is unsurpassable and is an experience that is not to be missed. Some of the more famous clubs include:
This nightclub has been named Best Global Club at the International Dance Music Awards four times and is a venue that needs to be on every party animal’s bucket list. Located in Playa d’en Bossa, the club is close to the airport, so it can be enjoyed as a final ‘farewell Ibiza!’, where tourists can go out with a bang (ehem, no pun intended).
Although the name might be a bit odd, Privilege is actually the world’s biggest nightclub, earning it a spot in the Guinness Book of Records. This mega-club can hold in the region of 10,000 people at a time. While this sounds lovely and impressive, having that many drunk people in one place is not so ideal. I guess the appeal is the whole ‘been there, done that, lost the t-shirt’. Which brings us to our next club…
This club won Best Global Club for four consecutive years and is renowned for its sunrise dance floor which is blanketed by warm light at sunrise (hence the name). Amnesia is possibly one of the hardest clubs to gain entry into and this is probably because it is so incredibly popular with locals and tourists, being one of the most talked about clubs in Europe.
Night life… and everything else
The King of night life (as is evident by the legendary clubs which are scattered around Ibiza), this island has a vibrant party scene in places like Ibiza Town (the Island capital) and Sant Antoni.
The city is located on the south-east coast of the island, consisting of two sections, Dalt Vila and Eixample. Must-sees include the gorgeous castle, D’Alt Villa, the Castle of Ibiza, the beach Cala d en Serra, or the local beach Platja d es Cavallet.
Sant Antoni de Portmany
Go for a romantic stroll on the sandy shores of Playa Cala Salada, indulge the daredevil in you when you go Ibiza Karting, or visit the serene Aquarium Cap Blanc.
The entertainment possibilities in Ibiza seem endless, don’t they? Well, that’s because they are. There is something to suit everyone, young and old. If you’re a fan of casinos, you can visit:
Ibiza Gran Hotel
This 5-star luxury hotel boasts 2 swimming pools (outdoor), with a bar situated along the side, a spa, and a casino.
Casino de Ibiza
With Texas Hold’em Poker tournaments held weekly on Friday nights, this casino also features popular table games such as roulette and blackjack as well as slot machines.
If you are a serious gambler and are not able to visit any of the casinos in Ibiza (maybe you’re too hungover and would feel awkward donning sunglasses in a building with no windows), you can chill at one of the beautiful beaches, watch the sunset while sipping on a delicious cocktail, and play at your favourite online casino. Yes, it may defeat the purpose of getting away from it all (in no way do I encourage you to use a mobile device on the beach – you’re there to relax!), but if you must… you can always indulge in the top weekly promotions on major online sites, for instance. This is the only exception! Look at that sunset!
Now that you’re dreaming of Ibiza, start saving up some cash and get your butt over there. It’s a place that you don’t want to miss, and an absolute must-see for people from all walks of life. As inspiration, I leave you with a quote:
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”Augustine of Hippo