The Pacha nightclub in Ibiza was inaugurated in 1973. Over the years, this club has become one of the most dominant brands in the world of clubbing, its name and the classic logo depicting two cherries is known throughout the world, and is automatically associated in Ibiza and the style and VIP evenings.
In 1993 the nightclub became an institution in the chic world of Ibiza, capable of welcoming up to 3,000 guests in five different rooms, each dedicated to its own genre. The main room is considered the mecca of house music, while the other rooms are dedicated to soul, funk, old-scool pop, R&B and hip-hop genres. The roof terrace offers a lounge and decidedly more relaxing experience.
Pacha is very linked to Ibiza and its presence has helped the tourist growth of the island, furthermore it is the only nightclub on the island that remains open all year round. In 2013, on the occasion of its 40th year of age, this club brought many new features to its programming, with the increase and creation of new parties and line-ups full of big names of artists from the underground and main-stream Dance scene. Today the franchise has 36 nightclubs under the Pacha brand worldwide, including 14 in Spain alone.
The main event at Pacha is definitely Flower Power, the hippy party where music from the ’50s and ’80s, flower-child dresses, bright colors and floral garlands reign supreme.
How to get to Pacha?
Located on Avenida 8 de Agosto in Eivissa, you can reach the nightclub by taxi, costing €10 from Ibiza town, €15 from Playa d’en Bossa and around €25 from San Antonio. As an alternative to the taxi there are the famous Disco Buses, in fact the L-14 line will take you directly to the entrance. If you are staying in Ibiza Town, you can reach the Pacha on foot, with a walk of around 15 minutes along the Marina.
Entrance ticket prices are around €40 -45 for most parties, but can even reach €80 – €90 for more exclusive parties. To save on the price of entry, we strongly recommend purchasing a presale online or from the various PRs on the island, in this way you can save up to €20.
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