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Pacha Pacha



Flirtatiously glamorous yet fiercely authentic, you know you’re somewhere iconic when locals feel as at home to dance as the rich and famous. Back when partying in converted farm houses was the norm, Pacha came to be in 1973. Today its bohemian spirit translates as decadent performances, dazzling world-class acts and mazy interiors that lead to palm tree-lined gardens.

And, bathing under the luminous purple lights of the rooftop terrace it’s easy to forget it’s all about the music. After over four decades for these twin cherries, its roster of nights reflects its powerhouse status. From David Guetta to Fatboy Slim, Sven Vath to Solomun, all championing the centrally positioned booth, confetti cannons going off to their bone-shaking drops is a spectacle to be seen.

About Us

As a worldwide clubbing brand, Pacha is best known for its official headquarters in Ibiza. Drawing one of the most diverse followings to its dancefloor, it captures the true essence of the island in a way that’s not to be missed.

Why Pacha?

As the island’s oldest and most cherished club, Pacha is a landmark in its own right. With wildly popular, long standing nights like Flower Power you are guaranteed an inimitable experience. Even more so if you upgrade to VIP. Exclusive, unparalleled views, backdoor entry and bottle service is the ultimate way to take in the extravagant productions.

Where is Pacha?

Pacha is a 10-minute walk from Ibiza Town, easily found from the Marina. Buses in the high season run regularly to and from Ibiza Town. Or, you can take a taxi. Prices vary starting from €20 from San Antonio, €15 from Playa D’en Bossa and €10 from Ibiza Town.

Can I stay near Pacha?

Usefully positioned, a short walk opposite the club is El Hotel, Pacha Group’s own hotel. Guests staying here can enjoy complimentary entry to the club. Further away from the action is Destino Pacha Resort, seated on a tranquil clifftop yet still nearby.

How much does it cost at Pacha? 

Pacha’s illustrious settings are certainly reflected in its prices. As it goes for any superclub, drinks are significantly costlier. Expect to pay €12 for a beer and €18 for a vodka coke. Tickets start at €40 for most nights but can exceed €80 for a big-name such as David Guetta. Preordering will save some cost – buying on the door will be more. Tables range from €150 to €500 per person.