Discover Spain´s world famous nightlife and party like a local! Find the best selection of clubs, lounges and bars in Spain to make the most of your nights and early mornings!

Nightlife & Bars

Marbella is home to some of the best clubs in the world and has been drawing the rich and famous to its shores for years. With the most exclusive venues and prolific parties on the Costa del Sol, these clubs often boast celebrity guest lists. In no particular order, find out which are the best clubs, hottest parties and plan your party filled holiday to Marbella.

Nerja, a whitewashed municipality on the eastern side of the Costa del Sol, is renowned for its beautiful beaches and the Balcón de Europa. It also, however, boasts a rather vibrant and varied nightlife, especially in the summertime. The major part of Nerja's nightlife revolves around the Tutti Frutti square and the adjacent street Calle Antonio Millón. Around this plaza, you can find a wide variety of bars and clubs to have the best time on your holiday in Nerja.


If you’re a night owl, this is when you’ll find the maximum opportunity for partying. Here are a few ideas to guide you when you set out to enjoy Spain’s “movida” in the top cities for nightlife.
Madrid comes alive at night, and especially at the weekend. Discos, bars, cafés and fashionable clubs in Madrid’s different leisure areas and districts all offer the chance to enjoy a first-rate atmosphere by night. Its lively nightlife is famous all over the world. If there’s one city where you know you’ll be able to dance all night long to whatever music you like, where you’ll come across people from hundreds of different nationalities and discover venues in every possible style, that city is bound to be Madrid.
A good way to enjoy the nightlife on offer in Barcelona is by dancing through the night to the latest techno sounds. The nightclubs in Barcelona are famous all over the world for their electronic music. Many of the top names come to deejay in the city’s discos. In areas such as the Eixample and Sant Gervasi – Santaló there are numerous venues where techno sounds can be heard all night. Particularly lively spots include the well-known Gaixample, much frequented by the LGBT community, with its easy-going, anything-goes atmosphere.
The party lasts all night long but it still won’t seem long enough. After just one night, you’ll understand why Ibiza’s nightlife is so famous, and you’ll want to experience it again. You’ll meet loads of people looking for a fun time, and you might even bump into some of the celebrities who come to Ibiza to enjoy the atmosphere of its outdoor terraces and discos.
Valencia’s nightlife is full of people who are raring to get out and have fun, feel the music and dance. The most popular area is the neighbourhood known as the Barrio del Carmen, right in the old part of town, although the clubs and bars around the Avenida de Aragón, and Cánovas, Honduras and Xúquer squares are also very well known. And the younger student vibe is to be found centred around the Avenida Blasco Ibáñez. If you’re visiting the city in July and August, check out the beach areas and the Paseo Neptuno promenade, as this where is the partying goes on for longest in the summer.