Although the entire island has an atmosphere and music is usually an ingredient of most of Ibiza’s venues, there are three areas that capitalise on the island’s clubber route. The first one is Platja d’en Bossa, popularly known as the beach that never sleeps.
One kilometre completely dedicated to electronic music that hosts numerous bars and two of Ibiza’s benchmark clubs: Ushuaïa Beach Hotel and Hï Ibiza, in addition to Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza and its impressive rooftop with a 180º view.
In the west, there is Sant Antoni with legendary clubs such as Es Paradis and Eden, music bars in the centre of town and an entire area dedicated to watching the sunset: the Passeig de ses Variades, with iconic places like Café del Mar, Café Mambo and Ibiza Rocks.
In Eivissa town, the clubber route is concentrated on the so-called golden mile, a street where the discos Heart and Pacha set the rhythm. The best clubs in the world are on Ibiza.