Space closed its doors for the last time on Sunday 2 October 2016. We are all very sad. Read our review of the best closing party ever! Space may re-open in another venue. We'll keep you updated.
Owned by Ibicenco, Pepe Rosello, Space Ibiza is known around the world as one of the temples of electronic dance music. Unique through many of its years by offering unadulterated daytime clubbing, the Space Terrace ranks alongside the Paradise Garage and Haçienda in terms of influence and impact.
Now a sprawling and modern super club, with five different areas, Space is Ibiza power clubbing at its finest, with a particular emphasis on bringing only the best international DJs across all genres.
Much to the sadness of locals and clubbers worldwide, 2016 will mark Space's final year as we know and love it, with the lease for the venue coming up for renewal at the end of this season. Luckily for us, a quality programme of events has been put in place, which means we'll all be able to say our goodbyes to this clubbing institution in the most fitting way we know how - on the dance floor.
Famous for: the Terrace, low flying planes, Carl Cox, opening and closing parties
How to get there: located in Playa D'en Bossa, 25€ taxi from San Antonio
Popular Parties: Carl Cox, Elrow, Sundays at Space
Places to stay nearby: Hotels in Playa den Bossa
Expect to pay from 35-50€ for parties at Space. Drinks prices are the Ibiza norm with a vodka lemon costing around 15+€ and a beer 8+€.
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