Home to the world famous Zoo Project parties, Benimussa Park is one of the most unique venues on the island. If outdoor partying, fancy dress and quality electronic music is your bag, then you'll enjoy this.
A young, British crowd tends to make up the bulk of the Zoo parties, though don't expect the music to play it safe. Bookers here are known for providng their audiences with left of field, quality underground house and techno.
Furthermore, Benimussa Park has diversified in recent seasons, now offering a brilliant hippie healing pit with meditation circles, massages, capoeira, fire dancers, break dancers and all sorts of energetic cultural endeavours. Trance festival Connect also rolls in twice a year, providing a different sound up in the hills, plus in peak season Holi Festival rolls into the hills to paint Benimussa with rainbow powder.
Famous for: Animal bodypaint and fancy dress, underground artists, briliant outdoor stage designs and decorations
Popular Parties: Zoo Project, Holi Festival, Connect
Getting there: 7€ taxi from San Antonio, or there is a bus service running until just after the party finishes.
Places to stay: Hotels in San Antonio
Zoo Project parties cost in the region of 30-40€.
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