Pacha Ibiza

Pacha Ibiza information

Pacha Ibiza is one of the icons of the island, a place of cult for clubbers and music lovers. You could say one of those places that you can’t miss when visiting Ibiza.

Founded in 1973 by the considered “Architect of the Night”, Ricardo Urgell, what started as just a traditional ibicencan house where they did some parties has become the heart of an entertainment empire and one of the most famous clubs in the world.

Pacha Ibiza has evolved, adapting with the years to the new trends, but always keeping the ibicencan essence and a very recognized style.

With a capacity of over 3.000 people, through it’s corridors and stairs you can find three rooms with very different styles.

In the weekly line-up of Pacha you’ll find absolute giants of the electronic scene, like the techno king Marco Carola, and the undisputed leading party of Sunday nights in Ibiza, Solomun + 1 lead by the bosnian DJ. And of course the legendary parties Flower Power and Pure Pacha.

To discover it’s hidden stairways and secret corners, the white walls in the most pure ibicencan style, the cherries, the enormous VIP celebrities visiting the club, the amazing soundsystem and of course it’s music, create a unique clubbing experience that you can only find here.

The iconic Flower Power at Pacha Ibiza
Dancer at Pacha Ibiza
Full house at Pacha Ibiza
Music On party at Pacha Ibiza
Party at Pacha Ibiza
Marco Carola and Carl Cox
Fully refurbished Pacha Ibiza
Pacha Ibiza recently refurbished

FAQs - Pacha Ibiza

How to get to Pacha Ibiza?

Pacha Ibiza is located in Avenida 8 de Agosto, in the Marina Ibiza area, behind the casino.
Pacha Ibiza is about 15 minutes walk from the port of Ibiza
 There is a bus stop at the door of Pacha Ibiza.

Taxi: Prices vary according to your point of origin

  • Taxi from Ibiza Town to Pacha: Cost around 10€ for a 6 minutes journey
  • Taxi from Playa d'en Bossa to Pacha: Taxi cost over 15€, about 10 minute
  • Taxi from San Antonio to Pacha: Taxi cost between 25€ - 30€, about 25 minutes
  • Taxi from Santa Eulalia to Pacha: Taxi cost between 22€ - 25€, about 20 minutes

Where can I park near Pacha Ibiza club?

If you decide to come with your own car, you can park for free in the Avenida 8 de Agosto street, and also in all the streets behind the club. A bit further away, you also have the free Parking de Es Gorg (behind IKEA).

Which is the age requirement for Pacha Ibiza?

To enter Pacha Ibiza you must be 18 years old or more.

The entry is not allowed to anybody under that age, even if they are accompanied by another adult or his/her parents

Which are the opening hours of Pacha Ibiza?

Pacha opens everyday from midnight (23:59) until 06:00am.
In some events the closing time can be extended.

Which days does Pacha Ibiza open?

In a normal season, Pacha starts to operate in mid May and ends in mid October.
Pacha opens everyday of the season, even though we recommend checking the venue’s calendar just in case.

How much does a ticket to Pacha Ibiza cost?

Tickets to Pacha Ibiza can vary between 30€ - 70€ depending on the party, the guest artist, the time of entry to the club or the moment you buy the ticket.
Buying tickets at the door is always more expensive than online, so we recommend buying in advanced to save up.

VIP at Pacha Ibiza

Pacha Ibiza has a large VIP area that surrounds the Main Room.
VIP at Pacha works on a minimum spend basis, to book the table you are required to pay a certain amount that varies depending on the party, location of the table and moment you reserve.

If you book a VIP table, it includes the entry for you and your guests through the VIP access, a private table, and the mínimum spend is used as credit to purchase bottles.

If you wish to reserve VIP, contact us for any enquiries.

Which is the dress code for Pacha Ibiza?

Pacha dress code is Smart Casual.
No person shall be admitted to Pacha wearing beachwear such as bathing suits, flip flops, men vests, nude torsos; nor sport clothes, tracksuits, sweatpants, football T-shirts.
In the Pacha VIP men cannot wear shorts and are also required to use closed shoes.