Going out in Spain: discover the best places for the ultimate night out!

Going out in Spain

Spain, land of sun, sea, sand and vibrant nightlife. From cosy bars to pool parties and from beach parties to nightclubs where you can party to hits from well-known DJs on the dance floor until the early hours – you’ll find it all here. Looking for something a bit more traditional or a quiet evening on the terrace? Spain’s many street artists make sure it’s never boring. Want to know where to go to experience all this yourself? Then read on! We’ve listed the best places for enjoying nightlife in Spain below.

The bars and clubs of Lloret de Mar

A stay in Lloret de Mar guarantees one thing: partying! Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists visit this vibrant resort town to dive into its bustling nightlife. There are over 300 cafes, bars and nightclubs where you’re bound to have a good time.

Nightclubs: Millennium Party and Colossos

Going out in Spain

Go wild at in the big Millennium Party and Colossos nightclubs. Both entertainment venues have several halls offering different styles of music. If you fancy a change in music after an hour of R&B, for example, you can simply go to a different party zone. Colossos is also known for its foam parties and the Holland Party that is regularly organised in summer.

In addition to these two iconic nightclubs, you’ll find many others in Lloret. In Bumper’s, you can enjoy an exclusive atmosphere, where fish swim beneath the dance floor. Moef Gaga Lloret de Mar is another household name, as well as the St.Trop nightclub, which is open throughout the year.

Bars: enjoy the most delicious cocktails at Cala Banys

Going out in Spain

Fancy sipping the tastiest and most exotic cocktails? There are several cocktail bars in Lloret de Mar, which serve the most delicious drinks. The well-known and popular Bar Cala Banys, not only offers exquisite cocktails, but also overlooks the sea and stunning cliffs of the Costa Brava.

Don Julian is a cosy beach bar right on the seafront of Lloret de Mar. Treat yourself to shots and cocktails here. Want more of an exotic feel? Then head to bar Hula Hula and amaze yourself with excellent cocktails in a Polynesian atmosphere.

A pint in a café

Going out in Spain

Spaniards love a casual cerveza or cana and therefore there’s an abundance of cafés. If you’re a true beer lover, head to El Pub Lloret and taste a wide range of world beers for yourself. Rabbies Bar is a Scottish pub where both tourists and locals come for an exciting evening out. It offers an especially fun atmosphere when there’s football on, since you can watch most matches here on the big screen. Ministry Lloret is famous for its karaoke evenings, although you can also spend a quiet evening here with friends, sports matches are also shown here.

Want to know more about the nightlife in Lloret de Mar? Check out our ultimate Lloret de Mar Nightlife Guide! Another great place for an exciting night out in Spain is of course Benidorm! You can read more about this at: Benidorm: the city that never sleeps!


Ibiza: discover the tropical nightlife of this party island!

Going out in Spain

Partygoers from all over the world visit this party island every year. During the day, you can enjoy exotic beaches and in the evening, you can dance until the early hours. In Club Privilege, one of the largest in the world, you can combine the club scene with a splash in the pool. The famous Pacha nightclub, which was founded back in the seventies, still guarantees a great night out. In addition to the nightclub, Pacha has a restaurant and a shop. The third must-visit place in Ibiza is outdoor nightclub Ushuaïa. During the day, you can go crazy to the beats of well-known and lesser-known DJs who often play live here.

Drums and hippies in Cala Benirrás

Going out in Spain

Of a completely different caliber, Cala Benirrás, is an iconic bay where the so-called “drum down the sunset” takes place every Sunday evening. On this unique hippie beach, free spirits drum to the sunset, while visitors dance and sing to the music. Make sure to be on time, because this fabulous spectacle always attracts a lot of visitors and the road to Cala Benirrás is sometimes closed when crowds get too big. Going out in Spain has never been so much fun!

Heading out in Spain? Flamenco is not to be missed!

Going out in Spain

Flamenco originated in southern Spain and the region of Andalusia, which is home to the Costa del Sol, is especially well-known for it. The song and dance of Flamenco is seen as pure tradition and has even been granted world Heritage status by UNESCO – a great reason to take part in a real flamenco night! Performances take place throughout the country, during which you can enjoy the beautiful dresses worn by dancers, rhythmic clapping of the hands and accompanying guitar music.

Enjoy a real flamenco evening at Tablao de Carmen and El Cordobés in Barcelona, near the famous Costa Brava and Costa Dorada, among others. If you’re on holiday on the Costa del Sol, you can really immerse yourself in tradition in the cities of Granada or Sevilla, for example. Wherever you attend a flamenco show, make sure you book your entrance ticket in advance. The shows are very popular and if you wait until you get to the venue, there’s a good chance that the performance will be sold out.

Street entertainment: free fun on the street

Going out in Spain

Going out in Spain isn’t just about spending time in giant nightclubs or trendy bars. If you spend an afternoon or evening outdoors, you’ll notice a whole range of street artists pass by. From accordionists to magicians and from singers with rusty voices to future world stars. One artist could be in the middle of their performance, while another joins in ready to show their skills. Tip: Always keep some change in your pocket so you can make a small donation to these artists.

The most beautiful holiday villas

Beach, beautiful sights or nightlife in Spain? No matter what your holiday looks like, a great holiday home is a very important part of your holiday. At Club Villamar, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay. From small and intimate retreats to large villas for spending your holiday with a group of friends or family, at Club Villamar, you’ll find the ultimate holiday home, often even with a private pool.


Want to know more about Spain in general, the most beautiful places and all the highlights? Then keep reading here to discover everything you have always wanted to know about this wonderful holiday destination.