The mother of the superclubs, Pacha was the first to open its doors – way back in 1973. Pacha is still one of the biggest clubs in Ibiza and across the world, with franchises in Spain, US, Brazil, England and Germany and a few other countries. The first Pacha nightclub actually opened way back in 1967 in Sitges, so these guys have been throwing top parties for over half a century.
The famous cherry logo is recognisable around the world as a sign of a good party venue. Music lovers flock to Pacha to hear the likes of Calvin Harris each and every Tuesday, Marco Carola’s Music On each Thursday, Dixon’s Transmoderna every Thursday, Solomun’s +1 each Sunday and Bob Sinclar, at Paris by Night on Saturdays. Meanwhile, Wednesdays are dedicated to the island’s hippy heritage, with Flower Power bringing a bit of love and peace mid-week.
There are five different music areas to explore in Pacha, with secret corridors and different types of music to discover. The Main Room is where the big party is at, but you can also retreat to the comfort of the Roof Terrace, chill out on the couches and order some nice cocktails looking up at the night sky. There is plenty to explore in Pacha, so don’t be surprised if you get lost first time around – all the more reason to come back!