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Top 5 Clubs in Spain – In Your Pocket Travel Blog

Spain is a country that attracts many tourists and students every year to live or just spend vacations with their family/friends. And we can understand them: the sun, the tapas, the good atmosphere and the party are good reasons to come and live in this wonderful country. When it comes to partying, the Spaniards are the champions. The main problem is that when you are a tourist, you don’t necessarily know the right places to party: there are all kinds of clubs, with different types of music, different atmospheres and different audiences. That’s why we have selected for you the 5 best clubs in Spain where to spend the best night.

Opium Mar in Barcelona

Barcelona’s nightclubs are some of the best in Spain and you can spend some of the craziest nights of your life there. The nightlife is separated into two main areas, both with a large number of bars and clubs: the Olympic Port and the Zona Alta. The Olympic Port is home to Opium Mar, one of Barcelona’s hottest and most popular nightclubs. It has an excellent location in Barceloneta : from the terrace of the disco you can admire the sea. You can listen to mainly commercial and EDM music. The club is decorated in a very glamorous and modern atmosphere, and it is one of the few clubs in the city that is open every day of the year. 

Teatro Kapital in Madrid

Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a city where the party never stops, and this is probably due to the fact that the city offers night owls opportunities to party and have fun every day of the week. In addition, you will have the opportunity to go out in many clubs with totally different atmospheres. The Kapital club is undoubtedly one of the best nightclubs in Madrid: you absolutely have to try it. Why? Because it’s a club with 7 floors, and each floor has its own music style: reggeaton, techno, EDM, rock… There is even a floor where you can do karaoke. On the top floor, the terrace is where you go to get some fresh air and eat delicious pizzas in case of small night munchies.

Amnesia in Ibiza

Ibiza is known worldwide as a party capital, largely due to its incredible clubs and parties both day and night. Amnesia is the club in Ibiza that you should try at least once in your life. Why? Because every year it hosts the most famous DJs of the electronic music scene, such as Luciano, Carl Cox, Paul Van Dyk, Skrillex and Diplo. This is probably the reason why it has won the “Best Club in the World” award several times. It has two rooms where you can dance on the best electronic music and admire the impressive light shows. This is also where you can book the best VIP tables in Ibiza. It is also where many stars meet: the luckiest ones will be able to see Messi or Shakira in one of the VIP areas. 

Pangea in Marbella

Marbella is a city of luxury, of the jet-set and one where you will have the most chance to come across a celebrity on vacation. The Pangea Club is the club that gathers during the summer all the international jet set staying in the surroundings of Marbella. It is one of the best clubs in town thanks to its panoramic terrace that overlooks the entire port of Puerto Banus, and offers a panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea and the Rock of Gibraltar. No wonder it is one of the most popular clubs in Puerto Banús. The best DJs of the moment liven up the night with an excellent selection of house music. In addition, you can meet the most beautiful people of the Spanish coast. 

La3 Club in Valencia

Valencia is a very student-oriented city, which is why it has a wide range of nightlife venues to relax on the weekends! The La3 club is where young people gather every Friday and Saturday night, and is also known as the city’s leading electronic nightclub. You will be able to mix with a young and cosmopolitan clientele, it is the perfect club if you want to test an original evening and to flee the more traditional evenings. The club has 2 rooms: the main room, which hosts the main DJs and national artists, and the Club2, for the most urban and current sounds and with its own programming. You will be able to dance all night long on Indie-Rock sound, the latest hits and the best electronic music. The club already had the chance to host great artists such as Purple Disco Machine, Guille Milkyway, C Tangana, Zombie Kids, Laurent Garnier among others. 

Partying and nightlife in Spain.

Young people out having fun


Spain is synonymous with fun, high spirits, great weather, and above all, a fantastic nightlife. You’ll soon find that specially in large cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao and Granada, and in areas such as the island of Ibiza, the Costa del Sol and Benidorm to name just a few, there’s a whole host of restaurants, bars, concert venues, pubs and discos that guarantee you a night to remember, and which will go on until dawn and beyond. Going out for tapas in a string of different bars, getting to know the open and friendly temperament of the Spaniards, dancing to the beat of top international DJs, partying on in an after-hours club. .. there are numerous different options to choose from, which is what makes Spain’s nightlife so incredibly special. Come and discover them.

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Unique weather: the whole night ahead

It’s very common in Spain to see gatherings of people enjoying a drink and chatting and laughing together in the bars from about 10 in the evening, and then on until the small hours of the morning. Not only that, but thanks to the mild temperatures, in spring and summer almost all the venues have an outdoor terrace where customers can sit outside and enjoy their drinks. The most popular days for going out are Fridays and Saturdays.

Outdoor cafés in Plaza de Santa Ana, Madrid


César Lucas Abreu. Turismo de Madrid

Going out for tapas

This is definitely one of the Spanish customs you’ll love most. And that’s because going out for tapas doesn’t only mean going from bar to bar having a <i>caña</i> (a small glass of beer) and various portions of typical dishes. It is also a great way of discovering a multitude of bars with a great atmosphere, full of people having fun, and of taking part in what is really a whole way of life. Try asking for a <i>chato</i> (a squat glass of wine), a sangria, a <i>tinto de verano</i> (literally “summer red wine”, or wine diluted with fizzy lemonade), a <i>pulga</i> (mini-sandwich)… After doing the rounds of the tapas bars, you’ll feel in perfect shape for going dancing.

Toasting with friends in a typical tavern

Something for everybody

Looking for live music? Why not check out one of the many concert venues, where you’ll be able to hear all kinds of music, from singer-songwriters through to rock, jazz… or pop into any of the popular flamenco clubs to be found particularly in the area of Andalusia. And when it comes to dancing, whatever your age or preferences you’re guaranteed to find a place to suit you: alternative style, with rock music, punk and indie; other trendier places where you can wear your coolest gear; electronic music to dance till you drop; or a more relaxed atmosphere ideal for quiet conversation. You’ll also find different neighbourhoods in some of the larger cities so you can opt for an atmosphere to suit your mood.

Top discos

Nowhere else in the world will you find discos as famous as those that await you in areas of Spain such as Ibiza. Thousands of tourists flock to our country to discover the legendary nights on offer on this island. The party begins by day with the street parades announcing the evening’s attractions in the clubs that night. Then, unbridled fun and wild partying with go-go dancers, celebrities, a swimming pool inside an enormous disco, foam parties… anything is possible.

A night at the Pacha Ibiza disco


Faris Villena & Vitorino

Who said stop?

The night never ends. Although some venues close before three in the morning, discos are allowed to remain open until the sun comes up. And if you still feel like partying after that, in cities like Madrid, Ibiza Barcelona and Ibiza you’ll find clubs which open in the early hours of the morning so you can carry on having fun.

A sweet breakfast to top it all off

If you’re somebody who feels a little peckish after a night out on the town, why not try the Spanish custom of enjoying a delicious cup of hot chocolate with “churros” (hot fritters) sprinkled with sugar while you watch the sun come up? You’re sure to love it!

Chocolate con churros

University cities

If you can’t wait until Friday to go out, then Spain is also the place for you. And that’s because, mainly in university cities like Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela and Granada, people very often meet to go out on Thursdays. The presence of students guarantees you’ll always find a lively atmosphere in these towns.

Stag and hen nights, group trips…

Did you know that there are a multitude of companies in Spain which can organise an unforgettable stag or hen night? You won’t have to worry about the flight, the destination or the disco. All you’ll have to think about is having a great time.

Celebration in the Salamanca Fair


Turismo de Salamanca

International festivities

Many of Spain’s fiestas attract thousands of people, all intent on having a good time, and these are the best times of all to guarantee a great party atmosphere, during the day and at night. February is carnival time in Cadiz and Tenerife, when the cities are filled with a multitude of spectacular costumes. In March the Fallas festivities in Valencia offer the sight of colossal castles of fire and non-stop partying in the streets. In July, you can see the typical bull-running through the streets of Pamplona in the fiestas of San Fermín and a party atmosphere in the pubs at night. August is the time of the fiesta of the Tomatina (tomato fight) in Buñol (Valencia)… There’s plenty to choose from.

San Fermín bull-running festival in Pamplona

Partying by the sea

Can you imagine spending a night listening to music beside the sea? Well, you can do just that in numerous places throughout Spain, and particularly on the coasts of Catalonia, in the Region of Valencia and in Andalusia, where you’ll find bars right on the beachfront. For example, the nights of San Juan (in late June) are famous, particularly in Alicante; as well as various popular festivities like the one in Cadiz in August to coincide with the city’s football tournament, where thousands of people flock to the beach to enjoy a barbecue.

Seafront terrace on the island of Ibiza (Balearic Islands)

As you can see, in Spain you’ll find a thousand excuses for staying awake and making the most of the night hours to have the maximum fun and enjoyment. So that everything runs smoothly, here are some tips.Practical advice– Most big cities have night bus services which usually operate from midnight until six in the morning.- Although many clubs are open until dawn, some of them –particularly in residential areas– close between one and three in the morning.- Admission to nightclubs is only permitted to people over 18.- Admission to certain venues may be restricted to a certain dress code.- The consumption of alcoholic drinks outdoors is prohibited, with the exception of the terraces belonging to venues which are specially adapted for this purpose.- Some beaches may have restrictions regarding noise, swimming and access, depending on the local regulations.

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Civitas Metropolitano Stadium of Madrid, Community of Madrid


Francisco Pintón – Madrid Destino


Spain loves football. Millions of football fans follow the championships and support their teams in the stadiums of the most famous Spanish cities. Below we will talk about the cities in Spain that have become the birthplace of the most popular football teams.

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  • Stadium, Barcelona and Espanyol players in Barcelona, ​​Catalonia


    Izquierda: Christian Bertrand / Centro: Natursports / Derecha: Christian Bertrand

    Sagrada Familia, Boulevard Gracia, Montjuic Park and other unique corners of Barcelona have long taken a place in the hearts of the Catalans. But in football there is no such unanimity. On the one hand, Barcelona is the cradle and headquarters of FC Barcelona, ​​Spain’s preeminent blue garnet team. With nearly 100,000 seats, its home stadium, Spotify Camp Nou, is the largest in Europe. On the other hand, Espanyol Royal Sports Club won the hearts of the other half of the city’s residents. It is quite obvious that the people of Barcelona are true football fans. On your trip to Barcelona, ​​it’s worth not only getting to know Gaudí’s masterpieces, the majestic cathedral and the Ramblas full of charm, but also watching the game of two of the best football teams in Spain.

  • Players, stadium and fans of the Athletic Club in Bilbao, Biscay, Basque Country


    Izquierda: Edu del Fresno / Centro: Mikolaj Barbanell / Derecha: imagestockdesign

    Culture: Guggenheim Museum. Gastronomy: Basque pintxos . And football: San Mames stadium. Bilbao is the city that gave the world one of the most outstanding Spanish football teams – Athletic. His fans, who are called lions, from 1898 years have seen many amazing matches of this Basque club.

  • Atlético and Real Madrid fans and players, community of Madrid


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    The capital of Spain is home to two of the most famous Spanish football teams. On one side, on Castellana Boulevard, is the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, the headquarters of the Real Madrid football club, whose fans are popularly known as merengues. This team is over 90 times celebrated the victory in the championships of Spain, Europe and other continents at the legendary Cibeles fountain. Only a few metro stations separate this stadium from the headquarters of Atlético Madrid, the club of “mattress”. They train and host their home matches at the Civitas Metropolitano stadium, and celebrate their victories at the Fountain of Neptune, just a 10-minute walk from the fountain of their age-old rivals and the famous landmark of Alcalá Gate. To immerse yourself in the atmosphere of football, you should definitely visit such famous places in Madrid as Gran Vía and Plaza Mayor when a match between these teams takes place.

  • Fans, stadium and players of Valencia Football Club, Valencian Community


    Izquierda y Centro: Efecreate / Derecha: Francesc Juan

    Valencia Football Club is one of the most famous Spanish teams. No wonder that in his stadium chants sound every time until the final whistle of the next match sounds. Therefore, a walk through the charming neoclassical gardens of Monforte should be combined with an excursion to the legendary Mestalla stadium. Especially since the stadium is only a 10-minute walk from the park. And of course, sights such as the City of Arts and Sciences and the cathedral are not to be missed. Come here and experience Valencia in an original way, combining football and culture!

  • Real Betis and Sevilla fans and players, Andalusia


    Izquierda: Maxisport / Centro: A.Ivanov_Football / Derecha: katatonia82

    In the capital of Andalusia, two Spanish teams have emerged that have long become more than just rivals: Real Betis Balompie and Sevilla Football Club. For more than a century, their fans have filled this city with the famous Giralda tower with a passion for football. While walking through the streets of Seville, near the Golden Tower, you can see the Ispalis Fountain, where the Sevilla football club celebrates its victories. Just eight minutes by tram and you’ll be at City Hall, a city in Piazza Nueva where fans in green and white flock to celebrate the new Real Betis Balompie title. Spain is a great place for football lovers. Are you ready to celebrate goals in one of its stunning stadiums?

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Night clubs and discos in Lloret de Mar. Spain in Russian

When night falls on the town of Lloret de Mar, in the province of Girona, music fills almost every street, because this place is one of the main tourist points of the Costa Brava for those who like to party until the morning. Where can you go in search of Latin rhythms and where can you hear Russian-language hits?

The area of ​​Lloret de Mar is about 47 square meters. km, and in terms of mood it bears little resemblance to a quiet measured village. Already in the 50s of the XX century, foreign tourists began to come to Lloret de Mar, and in the 1980s, more than 400 bars, restaurants and discos appeared on the territory of the resort town. Coming here today, we find a developed hotel infrastructure and a rich nightlife: discos, bars, pubs, karaoke, casinos. Due to the variety of musical styles and concepts of institutions, every tourist can find a place for a pleasant pastime. Before heading out to explore the city at night, it’s worth taking a stroll along the promenade, where nightclub promoters usually gather to offer flyers that entitle them to free admission or a drink.

Disco Tropics

One of the pioneers of Lloret de Mar’s nightlife, a club that has been delighting its visitors with quality music and trendy DJs for over 30 years. Several halls are located on the huge area of ​​​​the institution: Platinum Tropic, the main dance floor, which can accommodate about 1000 people, Gold Tropic, a hall that is not inferior in size to the previous one, where fans of hip-hop music gather, and two chamber zones for private parties – Silver and Platinum Tropic. For regular visitors, the club’s website offers discount cards worth 12 euros, which include free skip-the-line entry to the establishment during the week and 2 free drinks on the first night.

  • Address: Av. Just Marles, 49.
  • Opening hours: every day from 21:30 to 5:00.

Disco Hollywood

One of the most popular discos in the city, where the music does not stop until the morning. As you can already understand from the name, the interior of the institution creates an atmosphere of the era of glamorous Hollywood cinema for visitors – many mirrors, golden images of celebrities and black curtains. This nightclub is especially popular among our compatriots, and here you can hear the latest Russian-language hits.

  • Address: Av. Vila de Tossa, 5.
  • Opening hours: every day from 22:00 to 5:30.


One of the biggest nightclubs with two spacious dance floors and specializing in current electronic music, the best place in Lloret de Mar for techno and house fans. Celebrities such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Steve Angello have performed on the Colossos stage. In summer, the dance floor is transferred to the terrace, where incendiary foam parties are held under the night sky.

  • Address: Av. Just Marles Vilarrodona, 38.
  • Opening hours: every day from 10:00 to 19:00 and from 22:00 to 5:00.


This place is suitable for those who prefer to relax in a pleasant atmosphere after an endless dance marathon. The elegant Bumper’s chill-out area – several tables, large comfortable sofas and a bar counter, located in the open air, surrounded by exotic palm trees. The green oasis attracted the Spaniards back in the last century; the first disco at this place appeared in 1980s.

Well, in order to return to the dance floor, there is no need to leave the institution, you just have to go to the closed part. Bumper’s guest DJs included Dj Hardwell, Mr Polska, Dark Raver and other masters.

  • Address: C/Carme, 4.
  • Opening hours: every day from 22:30 to 5:30.

St. Trop’

The St Trop’ nightclub is known for its unique terrace overlooking the sea, huge space and long history. This is one of the first nightclubs on the Costa Brava, it was opened in 1962. Of course, today the place has changed beyond recognition, they offer completely new party concepts and creative drinks, but the main task of St. Trop’ remains the same: to create a holiday every day. On the first floor there is the main dance floor, on the second floor there is a chill-out area, on the third floor there is a terrace and a SKY-club. As a rule, you will have to pay from 6 euros to enter this institution, after 1:00 a.m. the price rises.

  • Address: C/Baix de la Riera, 16.
  • Opening hours: every day from 22:30 to 5:00.

Disco Club Gala USSR

The name of this Lloret de Mar nightclub cannot fail to attract the Russian-speaking audience, which makes up a significant part of the city’s foreign tourists. Party organizers always focus on dance hits 1960s-1980s and contemporary pop music. Being in the Disco Club Gala of the USSR, do not be surprised by the appearance of the composition by Yuri Shatunov immediately after the novelty from Ricky Martin – it was intended. The average price of drinks is slightly higher than in other nightclubs, the entrance fee can start from 10 euros. For girls, admission is free.

  • Address: Av. Just Marles Vilarrodona, 25.
  • Opening hours: every day from 22:00 to 4:00.

Beach Club Disco Bar

“Un mundo diferente” (“Another world”) – this is how the Beach Club Disco Bar positions itself.