The 7 Best Beach Clubs in Ibiza

Whether you’re after a chilled out day spread out on a lounger, a dance to Balearic beats with the celeb set, or simply fancy a nice candlelit dinner, visiting a beach club is pretty much compulsory when in Ibiza. There are plenty of on the island, so we’ve selected the best to help choose which is for you.

El Chiringuito

In terms of beach clubs, El Chiringuito ticks all the right boxes, and is equally fun day or night. With a stunning location on Es Cavallet beach, a classic beach club aesthetic of natural wood and white fabrics, plus great menu and great service, there’s very little not to like. Even your kids will be happy, with a top notch kids’ menu and the chance to get creative at the Little Chiringuito. The bar list is extensive and the food is excellent, from breakfast to lunch, dinner or snacks, whether you’re eating in the restaurant or on the beach. The large comfy beds on the beach directly in front of the club aren’t cheap, but come with towel service and can be reserved. Valet service, in-house DJs, and a chi-chi boutique top off the experience.

Playa Es Cavallet, s/n, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, ibiza, Spain, +34 971 39 54 85

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Blue Marlin

Renowned for its parties, Blue Marlin beach club has been on the scene for a long time, and is so popular with the wealthy (and often famous) set that they run a water-taxi service to ferry guests to and from their luxury yachts. Set at the back of the beach on Cala Jondal, this is the ultimate place to have a full day-to-night beach club experience. Fairly chilled by day, but with the music cranking up as the afternoon wears on, the party scene is usually fairly well under way on the terrace before the sun has even set, and then carries on until the early hours in the indoor club, with sets from famous international DJs. Food and drinks are expensive but excellent (particularly the cocktails) – the menu is generally Mediterranean/Asian fusion and they serve very good sushi.

Cala Jondal, s/n, Ibiza, Spain, +34 603 70 87 96

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In an idyllic setting, nestled in the cliffs above the beach, and overlooking Sol d’en Serra bay, Amante beach club is a great place to while away a day and/or an evening. Luxury day beds (bookable online) with waiter service and picture-perfect sea views mean you’ll find it hard to move, but if you fancy a break from sunbathing, the restaurant serves excellent Mediterranean food and has an extensive wine and cocktail menu. Yoga followed by a healthy buffet breakfast is offered in the mornings, while after sundown, the club makes the perfect setting for a romantic fine-dining experience. If watching a film under the stars tickles your fancy, Amante also hosts movie nights, with beanbags, cava, and popcorn.

Cala Sol d’en Serra, Calle Afueras, s/n, Cala Longa, Ibiza, Spain, +34 971 19 61 76

Nikki Beach

The Nikki Beach brand is synonymous with a high energy, luxury, and overtly sexy, celebrity-playground type of beach club, and the Ibiza version doesn’t disappoint. With a stunning beachfront location, fantastic pool, and trademark white beds and orange towels, this club plays host to a series of glamorous events and VIP parties over the summer season. The drinks menu is excellent (but not cheap), and you can expect pumping music, gym-honed bodies, and endless bottles of fizz being consumed. The seafood, and in particular the sushi, is very good, and there are usually themed BBQs, brunches and sushi nights throughout the week.

Urbanización S Argamassa, Avenida S’Argamassa, 153, Santa Eulalia del Río, Ibiza, Spain, +34 971 33 84 03


Located on Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza’s biggest beach, Beachouse may not be as well established as some of the other beach clubs, but in terms of popularity you would never know it. This boho-luxe beach club has lots to offer, and it’s easy to see why it has many repeat customers. The rustic and tasty Italian food is excellent, tables, sofas, and daybeds all have lovely sea views, and the setting is magnificent day or night. There is a small boutique that continues the bohemian theme, and if you need a break from your kids, there is a dedicated kids area where they can get involved with some arts and crafts.

Ctra. de Platja d’en Bossa, 2, Sant Jordi de ses Salines, Ibiza, Spain, +34 971 39 68 58

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Sunset Ashram

Bar, Restaurant, European, $$$
A renowned place to watch the sunset, Sunset Ashram is on a beautiful unspoilt beach, and has a resident DJ playing music throughout the day and guest DJs playing sunset sessions. Relaxed and unpretentious, the bar is on a rock that divides the beach, with seating under rustic beach umbrellas, and the restaurant serves very tasty Mediterranean, Indian and Japanese food. If you want to come and enjoy a cocktail and watch the sun go down, it’s best to call ahead and reserve a table as it gets very busy later in the day.
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Cotton Beach Club

Whitewashed to Balearic perfection, Cotton Beach Club positively gleams in the sunshine, in its prime location overlooking Cala Tarida. With the obligatory comfy white day-beds and gazebos, attentive beach service, and two restaurants with stunning sea views, the club has your chilled out beach club experience all sewn up. The terrace restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine, while the rooftop focuses on Oriental flavours – both have fantastic views of the sunset, and the cocktails are sublime.

Carrer Posta de Sol, 21, Cala Tarida, Ibiza, Spain, +34 971 80 61 80