Buzzy, glamorous and sensational in its game, Blue Marlin Ibiza is beach club royalty. A global powerhouse, a name synonymous with VIP culture, without question this seaside hotspot throws some of the most prodigious parties. Dancing under the shade of juniper trees to the likes of Erick Morillo, Pete Tong and Dennis Ferrer is nothing short of magic. Against a backdrop of Cala Jondal’s glimmering coastline and Blue Marlin’s dazzling crowd and this destination has no competition.
Drawing in holiday-makers by yacht and the island all over, there’s something about placing world-class talent in a decadent outdoor setting. You’ll spot the jet-set and celebrity alongside a well-groomed following; discerning tastes all catered for by stellar entertainment. And excellence truly is Blue Marlin’s calling card. Beyond expertly curated line-ups you’ll find plush daybeds atop golden sands, exquisite menus and an electric day-to-night atmosphere that will have you hooked. Once the stars come out and midnight strikes, there’s no need to fear, the party continues on in its own designated club.
Why Blue Marlin?
Its secluded location makes for a picturesque drive over and, even more so, party experience. There’s not much that compares to dancing under the sun, feet in the sand, to world-class acts or to the sight of a panoramic sunset. Despite Blue Marlin’s polished appearance, the atmosphere is unified and when big acts play, the crowd always generates the most noise. It goes without saying, it’s the ultimate place to go VIP.
Where is Blue Marlin?
A little way out from the major towns Blue Marlin is one of the pricier venues to arrive to. A taxi from Ibiza Town will cost around €20, Playa D’en Bossa €25-30 and San Antonio upwards of €35.
Can I stay near Blue Marlin?
There are no nearby hotels around Cala Jondal, the closest options are found in Ibiza Town where a medley of options are on offer to suit any budget.
How much does it cost at Blue Marlin?
Entry is free to the events! You can walk straight through, although queues are to be expected in the high season and for a big act. A beer will set you back around €10, a glass of wine €12 and a spirit mixer €14.