“Pacha may not be the oldest, biggest, or even the most exotic, but it certainly is the most authentic, the most charismatic, and purest of them all!”
“No es el Pacha más antiguo ni el más moderno, no es el más grande ni tampoco el más exótico, pero es el más auténtico, el más carismático, el más puro”... it is a short description about Pacha club, given by its owners.
Would you like to be a part of this atmosphere? Just take a taxi from Ibiza Town, from Playa d'en Bossa or from San Antonio, or you can also walk from Ibiza Town about 10-15 minutes (enjoying in beautiful views of Marina along the way).
Pacha is the part of the Pacha Group, which is a Spanish holding company, specialized in the leisure, entertainment and hospitality businesses. The Company was founded in 1966 and, until now days, the parts of the group became: Pacha Magazine (bi-lingual magazine for Ibiza’s entertainment scene), Pachashop.com, where you can buy online perfumes, clothing and accessories for men, women and children, based on Ibiza’s “ultra-free” life-style, CDs of the best music collections from the Pacha’s parties and DJs performances, then Destino Ibiza Resort, El Hotel Pacha and Restaurant & Cabaret Lío.
The famous logo and the sign of recognizing the Pacha’s brand is a cherry. As one of the owners had explained, a juicy cherry represent simple but fresh styling of Pacha’s nights.
Pacha is the earliest club in Ibiza. The first Pacha club was founded in 1967, in the beach town of Sitges, near Barcelona. After that were founded five more clubs along the Catalan Coast. As many farmhouses – fincas in Spanish, also one big farmhouse had been converted into a big discothèque, therefore Pacha was born in 1973. It is located in east of Ibiza Town and it became the most dominant club on the island, also famous as an international clubbing brand, mostly for its elegance, luxury and unique style. On the beginning, the club needed only 300 watts for emitting good rock’n’roll music for young hippie visitors. Today, it needs around 60 000 watts. Crazy summer nights in this world famous club, with the best DJs, such as Bob Sinclair, David Guetta, Willie Graff, Graham Sahara etc, will make your holiday full-scaled. The club organizes different types of parties throughout the year, such as: The Paris by Night with Bob Sinclar, supported by DJs such as Louie Vega, Erik Hagleton, Nico de Andrea, Lunnas, Martin Solveig, DJ Gregory, DJ Yellow, 2manydjs, Maribou State, Duke Dumont etc, then, David Guetta and friends with the parties called F*** me, I’m famous, supported by DJs, such as Robin Schulz, Morten, JP Candela, Afrojack, Abel Ramos, Albert Neve. The most popular party is, so-called, Flower Party, where you will enter in a “time machine”, going back to the 60’s and 70’s, in the golden hippie times. As the term Flower power was a slogan used during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, as a symbol of passive resistance and non-violence ideology, the owners was inspired by this name for naming the Flower Party. It is symbolized by many flowers, symbols of peace and many people come dressed up in colorful flower shirts. Perhaps you’ll be lucky to be there during some of the Flower Parties feat Bob Sinclair, feat David Guetta, feat Erick Morillo or feat Loui Vega. The club organizes the last Flower Party of the year always in October.
The club is composted by 5 rooms, for around 3000 persons – the biggest is the Main Room, for those who are lovers of house and techno music, with the main dance floor in the center, with bars and VIP area, where you can have view to the DJs and the rest of area. The Funky Room is the right place for those who prefer disco and funky music from 70’s and 80’s. On the Roof Terrace you can have some chill out moments, drinking cocktails and watching the stars. Then you can step in downstairs features of Sweet Pacha, just next to the restaurant located on the terrace, where you can enjoy the best retro pop music. The Global Room, which was the first main room when Pacha was opened in 1973, is the fifth room, where the best DJs play the best R&B and hip-hop hits, and where sometimes you can listen to an excellent live music. Opposite of the club is located El Hotel Pacha, the part of the Pacha Group, so you can stay there, if you want to enjoy a real luxury.
If you go to Ibiza, enjoy Pacha’s fresh and sweet nights! Sweet like cherries!
The dresscode at Pacha Ibiza isn't a really strict one in general but if you will be part of a booked table you should step up your game!
Girls can get in wearing a casual outfit, a pair of skinny pants/jeans with a elegant, sexy blouse or shirt. High heels are always the best choice, if you are really tall you might get in wearing flats but nothing sporty. If you're joining a booked table in the VIP areas you have to wear a dress.
Men should wear a nice pair of pants, jeans, elegant ones not ripped off! Shirts are a must, you might get in wearing a really nice t-shirt but it's unlikely. Have a pair of casual or formal shoes, sneakers or flip flops are not allowed.
Even though it's a club in Ibiza swimwear and beach outfits won't get in. Dress to impress!