More insider guides for planning a trip to Ibiza
Ibiza’s epicurean reputation is long entrenched — back in the Sixties it was a bohemian hotbed for a crowd whose penchant for free love and partying became legendary. In the decades that followed the clubbing scene ebbed and flowed but its prominence on the world stage held firm, and to this day Ibiza is considered the clubbing capital of the world. While the antiquated rave culture of yesteryear is no more, today the island’s superclubs command big international business and even bigger superstar DJs. Nevertheless, dancefloor magic still exists — seek, and ye shall find.
Ibiza Town / Central
It’s fair to say that when Pacha Ibiza opened in 1973, it changed the clubbing landscape not only...
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