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Amnesia, Ibiza

Home to the two most iconic clubbing spaces in Ibiza

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Arguably the quintessential Ibiza clubbing experience, Amnesia has long been the backdrop for some unforgettable clubbing moments. Two massive rooms - one a dark cavernous cauldron and the other an expansive arena that is flooded with light when the sun rises - are guarded by the notorious Amnesia ice cannons that could strike at anytime.

Very eclectic in its programming, Amnesia covers the best of techno, house, trance, dubstep and even some live shows. Like all the super clubs, Amnesia's main dance floors can get extremely busy, and are known for incredible communal moments with every hand in the air. The upper levels of Amnesia are VIP, and provide an amazing view of the revelry below. 

Famous for: Open air clubbing in the 1980s, DJ Alfredo's eclectic mix of house, disco and pop back in the day, foam parties, the Terrace.

How to get there: €10-15 in a taxi from San Antonio, Playa D'en Bossa or Ibiza Town. Disco buses run all night direct from Ibiza and Playa d'en Bossa to San Antonio and vice versa. There are also special free buses, provided by the club or promoter, from locations in Playa D'en Bossa, Ibiza Port and San Antonio for ticket holders

Popular Parties: Cocoon, Cream, Music On, Together and the Espuma (Foam) Party

Expect to pay from €40 to €55 for the parties Cream and Cocoon, depending on the month. Entry on other days costs between €25 and €40. Spirit and mixers cost €12-15 or more and a beer €10. Water is €8. The bars upstairs are more expensive.

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