10 best nightclubs in Spain

Updated: January 01, 2012

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pumps out 10,000 watts of noise to keep

clubbers dancing till dawn and beyond.
2. Space Club Ibiza
The world´s top DJs regularly vote Space Ibiza as being the best club in

the world. Known to attract up to 20,000 clubbers at a time, Space has one

of the top sound systems to keep clubbers on their feet. Sunday nights are

the busiest nights in summer at Space, which attracts thousands of

clubbers from around the world.
3. Club Pacha Ibiza
Club Pacha is one of Ibiza´s best known clubs. Situated on the island

since 1973, the Pacha name is now a global franchise, with clubs in New

York, London and Buenos Aires to name but a few. Open all year round,

Pacha is an institution in Ibiza and no trip to the island is complete

without a night out at the club.
4. Privilege Nightclub Ibiza
The biggest club in the world, Privilege plays host to hundreds of

celebrities every year. This massive club boasts a 25 metre high ceiling

and is situated between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. With tall windows,

amazing island views of Ibiza and some of the best club nights in town,

Privilege offers visitors a wild night of music and dance. The club also

houses a swimming pool.
5. Moma Madrid
Offering a mixture of house sounds and pop, Moma attracts Madrid´s in-

crowd. Stylish and elegant decor combines with some of the best sounds in

Madrid. As with most of the capital´s nightclubs, Moma only really gets

going around 3am.
6. Macumba Madrid
Macumba is one of Madrid´s biggest clubs, and offers the best lighting and

sound system in the capital. Macumba is one of the most popular clubs in

Madrid.
7. Maxime Club Madrid
Maxime offers visitors quirky design features such as old pillars and

urns, and attracts Madrid´s more bohemian crowd. The best nights to visit

Maxime Madrid are Thursday and Sunday for the best house and techno music.
8. Arena Madrid
Arena is a group of event organisers who arrange numerous dance nights

throughout the week in the city. Friday and Saturday nights attract

younger crowds than the rest of the week, but whatever type of music turns

you on, Arena will provide it.
9. Cool Club Madrid
Cool is the perfect name for this club with its loud colours, mirrors and

prints. House music is played mostly, although other nights are hosted.

Gay and lesbian nights are also popular among Madrid´s clubgoers.
10. Amnesia Ibiza
First opened in 1976, Amnesia Ibiza is famous for its amazing interior and

incredible sound system. With several bars, VIP areas and hundreds of palm

trees, Amnesia is a must-visit club for party goers in Ibiza.



Adrian vultur writes for Things

to do in Spain

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pump

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pumps out 10,000 watts of noise to keep

clubbers dancing till dawn and beyond.
2. Space Club Ibiza
The world´s top DJs regularly vote Space Ibiza as being the best club in

the world. Known to attract up to 20,000 clubbers at a time, Space has one

of the top sound systems to keep clubbers on their feet. Sunday nights are

the busiest nights in summer at Space, which attracts thousands of

clubbers from around the world.
3. Club Pacha Ibiza
Club Pacha is one of Ibiza´s best known clubs. Situated on the island

since 1973, the Pacha name is now a global franchise, with clubs in New

York, London and Buenos Aires to name but a few. Open all year round,

Pacha is an institution in Ibiza and no trip to the island is complete

without a night out at the club.
4. Privilege Nightclub Ibiza
The biggest club in the world, Privilege plays host to hundreds of

celebrities every year. This massive club boasts a 25 metre high ceiling

and is situated between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. With tall windows,

amazing island views of Ibiza and some of the best club nights in town,

Privilege offers visitors a wild night of music and dance. The club also

houses a swimming pool.
5. Moma Madrid
Offering a mixture of house sounds and pop, Moma attracts Madrid´s in-

crowd. Stylish and elegant decor combines with some of the best sounds in

Madrid. As with most of the capital´s nightclubs, Moma only really gets

going around 3am.
6. Macumba Madrid
Macumba is one of Madrid´s biggest clubs, and offers the best lighting and

sound system in the capital. Macumba is one of the most popular clubs in

Madrid.
7. Maxime Club Madrid
Maxime offers visitors quirky design features such as old pillars and

urns, and attracts Madrid´s more bohemian crowd. The best nights to visit

Maxime Madrid are Thursday and Sunday for the best house and techno music.
8. Arena Madrid
Arena is a group of event organisers who arrange numerous dance nights

throughout the week in the city. Friday and Saturday nights attract

younger crowds than the rest of the week, but whatever type of music turns

you on, Arena will provide it.
9. Cool Club Madrid
Cool is the perfect name for this club with its loud colours, mirrors and

prints. House music is played mostly, although other nights are hosted.

Gay and lesbian nights are also popular among Madrid´s clubgoers.
10. Amnesia Ibiza
First opened in 1976, Amnesia Ibiza is famous for its amazing interior and

incredible sound system. With several bars, VIP areas and hundreds of palm

trees, Amnesia is a must-visit club for party goers in Ibiza.



Adrian vultur writes for Things

to do in Spain

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pumps out 10,000 watts of noise to keep

clubbers dancing till dawn and beyond.
2. Space Club Ibiza
The world´s top DJs regularly vote Space Ibiza as being the best club in

the world. Known to attract up to 20,000 clubbers at a time, Space has one

of the top sound systems to keep clubbers on their feet. Sunday nights are

the busiest nights in summer at Space, which attracts thousands of

clubbers from around the world.
3. Club Pacha Ibiza
Club Pacha is one of Ibiza´s best known clubs. Situated on the island

since 1973, the Pacha name is now a global franchise, with clubs in New

York, London and Buenos Aires to name but a few. Open all year round,

Pacha is an institution in Ibiza and no trip to the island is complete

without a night out at the club.
4. Privilege Nightclub Ibiza
The biggest club in the world, Privilege plays host to hundreds of

celebrities every year. This massive club boasts a 25 metre high ceiling

and is situated between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. With tall windows,

amazing island views of Ibiza and some of the best club nights in town,

Privilege offers visitors a wild night of music and dance. The club also

houses a swimming pool.
5. Moma Madrid
Offering a mixture of house sounds and pop, Moma attracts Madrid´s in-

crowd. Stylish and elegant decor combines with some of the best sounds in

Madrid. As with most of the capital´s nightclubs, Moma only really gets

going around 3am.
6. Macumba Madrid
Macumba is one of Madrid´s biggest clubs, and offers the best lighting and

sound system in the capital. Macumba is one of the most popular clubs in

Madrid.
7. Maxime Club Madrid
Maxime offers visitors quirky design features such as old pillars and

urns, and attracts Madrid´s more bohemian crowd. The best nights to visit

Maxime Madrid are Thursday and Sunday for the best house and techno music.
8. Arena Madrid
Arena is a group of event organisers who arrange numerous dance nights

throughout the week in the city. Friday and Saturday nights attract

younger crowds than the rest of the week, but whatever type of music turns

you on, Arena will provide it.
9. Cool Club Madrid
Cool is the perfect name for this club with its loud colours, mirrors and

prints. House music is played mostly, although other nights are hosted.

Gay and lesbian nights are also popular among Madrid´s clubgoers.
10. Amnesia Ibiza
First opened in 1976, Amnesia Ibiza is famous for its amazing interior and

incredible sound system. With several bars, VIP areas and hundreds of palm

trees, Amnesia is a must-visit club for party goers in Ibiza.



Adrian vultur writes for Things

to do in Spain

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pump

Whatever floats your boat in club land, Spain offers revellers some of the

world´s best night clubs. All night raves, dance music, house, techno and

trance attract visitors from all over the world to the party islands of

Ibiza, Mallorca and Spain´s capital, Madrid on the mainland. If you want

to raise the roof on holiday, visit the mega clubs around Ibiza town,

Magaluf or Madrid which include:






1. BCM Magaluf Mallorca
Recently voted one of the best clubs in the world, BCM in Magaluf,

Mallorca is situated right in the centre of this holiday hotspot. A night

at BCM includes an all inclusive bar, the best popcorn and foam parties on

the island and three separate areas. The ground floor is where BCM

Millenium is situated, and the top floor is where the hard core clubbing

begins. An amazing sound system pumps out 10,000 watts of noise to keep

clubbers dancing till dawn and beyond.
2. Space Club Ibiza
The world´s top DJs regularly vote Space Ibiza as being the best club in

the world. Known to attract up to 20,000 clubbers at a time, Space has one

of the top sound systems to keep clubbers on their feet. Sunday nights are

the busiest nights in summer at Space, which attracts thousands of

clubbers from around the world.
3. Club Pacha Ibiza
Club Pacha is one of Ibiza´s best known clubs. Situated on the island

since 1973, the Pacha name is now a global franchise, with clubs in New

York, London and Buenos Aires to name but a few. Open all year round,

Pacha is an institution in Ibiza and no trip to the island is complete

without a night out at the club.
4. Privilege Nightclub Ibiza
The biggest club in the world, Privilege plays host to hundreds of

celebrities every year. This massive club boasts a 25 metre high ceiling

and is situated between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. With tall windows,

amazing island views of Ibiza and some of the best club nights in town,

Privilege offers visitors a wild night of music and dance. The club also

houses a swimming pool.
5. Moma Madrid
Offering a mixture of house sounds and pop, Moma attracts Madrid´s in-

crowd. Stylish and elegant decor combines with some of the best sounds in

Madrid. As with most of the capital´s nightclubs, Moma only really gets

going around 3am.
6. Macumba Madrid
Macumba is one of Madrid´s biggest clubs, and offers the best lighting and

sound system in the capital. Macumba is one of the most popular clubs in

Madrid.
7. Maxime Club Madrid
Maxime offers visitors quirky design features such as old pillars and

urns, and attracts Madrid´s more bohemian crowd. The best nights to visit

Maxime Madrid are Thursday and Sunday for the best house and techno music.
8. Arena Madrid
Arena is a group of event organisers who arrange numerous dance nights

throughout the week in the city. Friday and Saturday nights attract

younger crowds than the rest of the week, but whatever type of music turns

you on, Arena will provide it.
9. Cool Club Madrid
Cool is the perfect name for this club with its loud colours, mirrors and

prints. House music is played mostly, although other nights are hosted.

Gay and lesbian nights are also popular among Madrid´s clubgoers.
10. Amnesia Ibiza
First opened in 1976, Amnesia Ibiza is famous for its amazing interior and

incredible sound system. With several bars, VIP areas and hundreds of palm

trees, Amnesia is a must-visit club for party goers in Ibiza.



Adrian vultur writes for Things

to do in Spain

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