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Founder Ricardo Urgell plans to work on new hotels and a project in Cuba


In mid-September, news emerged about Pacha Group’s decision to put the famed chain – including Pacha Destino Ibiza, Lio and other international expansions – up for sale. Founder Ricardo Urgell exclaimed that he could no longer stomach the owners of Ushuaïa, who are set to take ownership of the now former Space Ibiza location in 2017.

In just a matter of weeks, Pacha Group has sold for €350 million.

The details remain sparse about the purchaser and confirmation of the deal’s finalization, but Ricardo Urgell seemed ready to say his final goodbyes in a recent interview with Diario de Ibiza. “It hurts a lot to sell Pacha in such a sweet moment,” he said.

“I feel like an honest person trying to do the best possible,” Urgell said of his Pacha legacy on the island of Ibiza. “We have to want more for the island, invest in it, appreciate it and love her, so that we’re not only benefitting ourselves. People need to promote projects to improve Ibiza. It’s important that the island does not lose the magic.”

When asked further about his opinion on the island’s future, Urgell responded: “The island has spoiled areas that will be difficult to recover. If we continue at this pace, it will eventually move to the north of the island. Music should be controlled [in its legal space]. We cannot have music everywhere.” He continued, explaining his distaste for party boats in effort to preserve the island’s natural elements as well.

When asked about the recent raids of Ibiza venues like Amnesia, Ushuaïa and Pacha, Urgell confirmed that Pacha’s finances were all in order and accounts were all transparent.

Finally, though Urgell plans to part ways with his Pacha Group empire, he concluded that he has many ongoing projects, including other hotels and a possible new venture in Cuba.

Carl Cox closes Space in Ibiza for the final time in pictures


Space in Ibiza has closed its doors for the final time after 27 years.

The club opened in 1989 and was known for its legendary terrace, Carl Cox’s mind-blowing sets and 22 hour dance marathons on a Sunday.

The Space Closing Fiesta was the final event at the venue as its lease has not been renewed.

“Space is synonymous with Ibiza,” one clubber said as the final tunes were played at the weekend.

“Being with all of you has meant everything!!” organisers told fans on the big screen.

Photographer James Mo captured Space’s final moments for Newsbeat.

Hundreds of people queued up to get tickets

Image captionHundreds of people queued up to get tickets
Space Ibiza

Image captionJavi Bora back to back with Jose De Divina on stage

Space was awarded Best Global Club at the International Dance Music Awards in 2005, 2006, 2012, and again in 2013.

This year it was named Best Club in the World by DJ Mag.

Space Ibiza
Space Ibiza

Image captionSome of the costumed dancers get ready to perform at Space’s final closing party

Carl Cox kicked off his set with Ridney’s At Night at 12am.

Carl Cox on the Flight stage

Image captionCarl Cox on the Flight stage

He played a twelve hour set, finishing with Angie Stone’s Wish I Didn’t Miss You at 12pm on Monday.

Carl Cox

Image caption“There’s been no other club on this planet that has basically been as significant as this one” – Carl Cox

Image captionBushwacka DJs on the Flight stage

Image caption“I’ve had so many amazing times in here. I met lots of really cool people. I’ve got to DJ here many times over the years, I’ve had some of the best sets of my life in here as well.” Bushwacka
Erick Morillo

Image captionErick Morillo in the Terrace room
Manu Gonzalez

Image caption“It’s a legendary club for the music industry and it’s something that helped to move forward outside of what’s going on now with the music industry. I think it’s one of the best clubs in the world.” Manu Gonzalez
Camilo Franco

Image captionCamilo Franco DJs in the Terrace room
Space Ibiza

Image caption“Favourite memory of Space is playing for Carl Cox a few years back. ‘I was playing in the terrace for two hours and it’s been amazing. Very, very strong memory. Good times indeed.” Riva Starr

Goodbye @SpaceIbiza will never be the same again 😥You have given me memories to last a lifetime!

Tony Taza

Image caption“Space is about making something for the people to enjoy” – Tony, 26
'Space is synonymous with what Ibiza is. Best part of the night is the flight stage.'

Image caption“Space is synonymous with what Ibiza is. Best part of the night is the flight stage” – Nicola, 30
Space Ibiza
Source : BBC


DJ Awards 2016 takes place at Pacha Ibiza


Here in Ibiza we’re emerging from what can only be described as one outrageously epic weekend (Music On closing, Ushuaïa closing, Space closing, ‘nuff said), and the action continued apace on Monday night as the prestigious DJ Awards were held at Pacha, during which the industry’s top players were rewarded for their services to the scene.

DJs descended in their droves on the Ibiza Town venue to find out if they’d been crowned the winner of their category and had been given the go ahead to take home one of the distinctive green kryptonite awards. Sixteen of them in total were up for grabs, 12 of which were voted for by you, the discerning public, and it turns out you all used your vote wisely.

The biggest cheer of the night perhaps inevitably, went to Carl Cox, who was crowned King (yet again) as the best Techno and International DJ. Black Coffee went home with the Deep House crown, Armin van Buuren was named best Trance DJ, Jamie XX won the Electronicaaward and the Martinez Brothers stomped to victory in the Tech House category. WooMoon went home with the best new Ibiza Night title.

This year, there was also the new introduction of the Iconic Club Award, which rightfully was presented to the one and only Space. The club’s owner, Pepe Roselló was there to pick up his trophy, doling out some characteristic pearls of kindhearted wisdom and words of thanks in the process. What a way to see out the season.

See the full list of winners here:


BASS                                                              ARMINE EDGE & DANCE

BIG ROOM HOUSE                                     HARDWELL

BREAKTHROUGH                                       ANNA

DEEP HOUSE                                               BLACK COFFEE

ELECTRONICA                                             JAMIE XX


HOUSE                                                           CLAPTONE

INTERNATIONAL                                         CARL COX

NEWCOMER                                                  MIHALIS SAFRAS

TECH HOUSE                                               THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS

TECHNO                                                        CARL COX

TRANCE                                                        ARMIN VAN BUUREN



CUTTING EDGE                                           FUNKTION ONE

PRODUCER                                                  EMANUEL SATIE

IBIZA NIGHT                                                WOOMOON

IBIZA DJ                                                        MR DORIS





ICONIC CLUB AWARD                                SPACE

Space Ibiza closing party tickets on sale


Right then gang, you might want to sit down before reading this because excitement levels are likely to soar through the ceiling. The following announcement confirms the most long-awaited news of the summer – SPACE CLOSING PARTY TICKETS ARE OFFICIALLY ON SALE!

That’s right raving monsters, you can now get your hands on tickets for the final ever fiesta at the legendary Space Ibiza. Not only is this a party that will go down as the biggest and most extravagant of the season, it will also go down in history – probably as one of the biggest parties of all time. To repeat, of ALL TIME. It’s the last time you’ll be able to dance within the Space’s hallowed walls; the last time you’ll ever see Carl Cox on the club’s dance floors; the last time you’ll ever be able to tango on the terrace. It’s the last time we’ll all be able to join together in praise of one of the best clubs the world’s ever seen.

Here’s the nitty gritty: the first release of tickets will cost 99€ and will include two free drinks (you’ll be given two drinks tickets on arrival). Each person can buy a maximum of six tickets each and the ticket owner must enter at the same time as the rest of the party, and show ID to prove they’re over 18 on the door. And, here’s an important point – tickets gain you entry to the club between the hours of 4.30 and 9 PM – after that, entry isn’t guaranteed, although you should all be there as soon as doors open to soak up as much of the car park atmosphere as possible anyway.

This is the first wave of tickets so we’d recommend you act quickly to grab your spot, but if you miss out this time, don’t panic – there’ll be more tickets to follow later in the season, on our website as well as on Space’s. Join our forums to get the latest info on when the next round of tickets will be available.

So that’s it – the rundown on how to secure tickets for the most anticipated party of the century. Come join us as we dance through a haze of nostalgic tears and make more Space memories to last a lifetime. We owe it this one.

Tropical Velvet Records Label carnival sunglasses party


Tropical Velvet Records

Saturday 3rd September 2016

SUMMER AINT OVER!!!!!!!! Don’t put your sunglasses away just yet !!!!!!

After the success of our first London label party back in April Featuring none other that the mighty SIMON DUNMORE (Defected) we return with an end of summer party and are extremely happy to welcome RAY FOXX (Defected, Strictly Rhythm) on deck duty for a night of salacious house music.

Making this a night to remember and certainly one not miss as Tropical Velvet take over the Nomad Night Club in Shoreditch and bringing you a carnival extravaganza with live percussion, Carnival dancers, an exclusive LIVE PA from DEEP TRACK & EMMA BLACK and even supplying sunglasses for this summer shindig!!!!

Having had such a great party in April at this hidden gem of a venue we return with a night of underground VOCAL, UPLIFTING & FUNKIFIED CARNIVAL themed HOUSE MUSIC!!!

On the night we have brought in a selection of artists from the Tropical Velvet roster guaranteeing you the finest house music !

RAY FOXX (Defected, Strictly Rhythm)
In 2011 Ray Foxx stamped his name into the world with his 8 track Mixtape, containing the huge track ‘The Trumpeter’ which was heavily supported by Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, DJ Target and Trevor Nelson to name just a few. Later that year, supplied with vocals by Lovelle the track moved into the UK dance charts as ‘La Musica’ (Defected) helping to prove that he is a cut above the rest.

Since that moment Ray has been crafting and working on developing his productions and DJ career, which has taken him around the world including massive shows in the UK, Ibiza, Bali, South Africa and all around Europe.

2013 saw ‘Boom Boom (Heartbeat)’ featuring Rachel K Collier (Strictly Rhythm/ Island), land in the UK top 20 which peaked at number 2 in the iTunes Dance Chart and stayed in the UK top 20 for 4 weeks.

Ray became a resident guest DJ on 1Xtra providing the ‘Daily Dose Mix’ for Mistajam and then got asked to present his own weekly show on Kiss FM’s digital station Kiss Fresh which then led to a permanent slot on Kiss FM.
In 2015 Ray Foxx teamed up with Rachel K Collier again on the release ‘Curious’ released on Island Records.

Ray Foxx has remixed a broad selection of artists from Hard-Fi to Wookie, Dizzee Rascal, Sigma and more.
2016 is an exciting year for Ray Foxx as he launches his own label imprint Foxx Head Music, with the debut release coming out in spring. Ray Foxx also has new music out on This Ain’t Bristol and Sharam Jey’s label Bunny Tiger.

Ben Webb AKA KORT Tropical Velvet’s founder and creative source is constantly pushing boundaries and developing as an artist, KORT has dedicated himself to a vision of quality house music with a distinctive feel. This is also the same for Tropical Velvet, which can be clearly heard in the quality & style of the releases & the kind of artists that have signed & worked on the label.

Since winning the Defected Producers competition in 2011 & signing a publishing deal with Defected Music KORT embarked upon a journey with Copyright Recordings which started with the success of “Tomorrow” and has seen several subsequent Traxsource number one’s, and top ten chart positions along the way.

Probably best known for the “No Fear EP”achieving Traxsource House chart Top 10, radio play on BBC Radio 1courtesy of B Traits, and voted best track of 2013 by react-text: 608 , KORT went on to make 2014 a key year launching the label, Tropical Velvet with a well received vocal collaboration (KORT ft Jessica Symonds – For You). KORT continued this success with ‘Holding On’ which hit Traxsource House chart top 20, gaining radio support across the board including Dance Anthems on BBC Radio 1, Ministry of Sound radio, Top 10 in DMCWorld Buzz chart along with an editor’s interview.


Deeptrak are a creative collective from Essex, England formed in 2011 and consisting of Tony Nicholls, Mark Dedross and Grant Richards, with Emma Black lending her vocal talent. They have received support from the likes of Roger Sanchez, Todd Terry, Mark Knight, Shapeshifters, Roland Clark, Grant Nelson, Ferreck Dawn and Victor Simonelli. Releases so far have been on Form & Function, InHouse, Tropical Velvet, Conkrete Digital, Red Rose, Urbana, Love Inc & Nocturnal. Deeptrak have had the honour of remixing three stone cold classics: Todd Terry’s ‘Jumpin’ and Victor Romero’s ‘Love Will Find A Way’ & NY’s Finest ‘Do You Feel Me’. As DJs Deeptrak have supported a whole host of well know artists including Sandy Rivera, Full Intention’s Michael Grey and Low Steppa.


With a DJ career starting at the main Iconic venues from Brighton to Leeds and abroad along with celebrity parties, MTV parties and award ceremony after parties such as the prestigious PFA awards Baz knows how to building a great party vibe playing feel good music.
His choice of tunes whilst presenting his set to the crowd is his key strength. Keeping them guessing from track to track but above all energising the crowd.
With a monthly residency at DNA Clapham for ‘Get Greedy’ and regular guest slots @ Shade and show casing at We are FSTVL for Housewave project we welcome Baz to the TV crew to work his magic


FaMEnotMoney (AKA Rico Novo) has stamped his unique House Music flavours across London for over 2 decades, morphing the sound ahead of the music trend; his Latin roots ever – present, injecting an energy and funk that creates a unique balance of electronic and organic house music. Expect to get lifted on the vibes from someone who has a par of excellence in music programing and delivery. Rock da HOUSE y’all

We have great pleasure in welcoming back the gorgeous K-SAX to add that extra vibe & live percussion to get you grooving through the night !!!

Saturday 3rd September 2016
21:00 – 05:00
@ Nomad Club London
58 Old St, London EC1V 9AJ



Promised Land 12th Birthday at Egg london 29th May 2016


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Promised Land brothers & sisters we can’t believe 12 years have passed by already with a string of unforgettable events that have brought so many crazy & loving people together. Over the years, we have all made so many good friends and created so many good memories that now we are one huge family of like-minded people that is growing all the time.

We are so proud of supporting our music & Dj’s from the very start, It was the same Djs and artist we use to rave & listen to on pirate radio stations many years ago. We feel proud of the fact that promised land has kept the flame alight for music that has been forgotten to so many people. We love the fact that promised land has given the younger generation the opportunity to experience the music & togetherness that we did through those golden years.

Brothers & sisters, we can not thank you enough for your ongoing support, love & respect you have shown to promised land, Its what drives us to do what we do with love & passion. We promise to keep on bringing you all together for more quality events throughout the coming years.

We will be transforming the Egg club into a heavenly space with themed decor and entertainment for our Promised Land 12th Birthday and ask you to wear something white..

Promised Land 12th Birthday
Bank Holiday Sunday 29th May 2016
@Egg Club 200 York Way Kings Cross
9 pm till 8 am



New main room: House & Dance from 1987-1995
Fast Eddie (Acid House set & Live PA)
Marshall Jefferson
Terry Farley
Brandon Block & Alex P
Colin Dale
Philgood & Ram
Huck Finn
Mark Ruston
James Browne & Devious Dave

Surprise guest Dj
Phill Drummond
Nick Power
Mario Cee
Jon Russell
Neil Harrington
Robbie Charles

Terrace: Up front House
Smoking Jo
Dj Mets
Brad Francis
Jubzy Brown
Lee Marks

Loft:80s & 90s Funk, Soul & Disco
Huck Finn (Passion Gold)
Tony Castle
Mr Eano
Andy Funkfusion
Steve Stritton
Kenny Redz
T Magic

Apothecary: Classic Jungle / Hardcore & Drum & Bass
Jumping Jack Frost (Birthday Set)
Shut Up & Dance
Ellis Dee
Rory D

No tracksuits / No hoods / No sport tops / Smart trainers ok / please make an effort

1st Release £10 SOLD OUT
2nd Release £15 SOLD OUT
3rd Release £20
4th Release £25
More on the door

Students £10 B4 11pm on the door


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Promised land Easter bank holiday special at Egg London


Promised Land
Easter Sunday Bank Holiday

Sunday 27th March 2016
Egg club 200 York Way Kings Cross London N7

Brothers & Sisters we are back with a super exciting easter Bank Holiday Sunday weekend event that is set to be absaloutly amazing..We have put together a great line up & live PA showcase thats set to bring the vibe !!!

We start the night off and take you back to the summer of love with a journey through the years of 1987 to 1992 House music, In the apothecary we play classic Hardcore, Jungle & Drum & Bass from 1992-1996.In the basement, we play classic funky & soulful house music from 1996-2010.On the terrace we play strictly up front House and in the loft we take you back to the very early 80s & 90s Disco Funk & soul.

New Room:1987-1993 Acid & House
Robert Owens Dj Set & Live PA “Tears” & “ I’ll be your Friend ”
Rozalla Live PA – “Everybody Free”
Keith Thompson PA – “Break 4 Love”
Shades Of Rhythm – Live PA & Dj Set
E-Raze (Break4Love)
Philgood & Ram
Huck Finn
Tony Castle
Mark Ruston

Terrace: Upfront House
Made By Pete
Dj Mets
Techno Notice
Ross Mc Cormack

Basement: Classic Funky & Soulful House Funkinyou (KoKo Reunion)
Jamie Lewis (Purple Music)
Micheal Watford (Live PA)
Lady Duracell
Mario Cee
Jon Russell
Gary Oc

Loft: 80s/ 90s Disco / Funk / Soul
Huck Finn (Passion Gold)
Tony Castle
Mr Eano
Andy Funkfusion
Kenny Redz

Apothecary: Classic Jungle / D&B / Hardcore
Doc Scott
Rory D
Kay B

Over 18s
Dress code:
No tracksuits / No hoods / No sport tops / Smart trainers ok / Please make an effort

1st Release £10 SOLD OUT
2nd Release £15 SOLD OUT
3rd Release £20 SOLD OUT
4th Release £25
More on the door

Students £10 B4 11pm on the door


Ibiza 2016 season news roundup ONE


These past weeks have been marked in the calendar by every Ibiza lover worth their salt since the last track of the last set of the last closing party. This is so because, slightly earlier than previous years, promoters and club owners are revealing their parties for the season in order to bring to the island the best choices for locals and holiday makers.

As some folks have announced their return and development for 2016, others have said goodbye like Richie Hawtin’s Enter team – which confirmed last month its desire to explore other destinations for the hottest months. But sometimes changes are necessary and, apart from being a farewell year and the last call for those who have never been into Space or checked the legendary Carl Cox out at his Ibiza parties, 2016 marks a season where fresh air and novelties seem to be the main protagonists.

If you have missed any of the news from throughout January, here’s a sluce of what we know so far. Of course, if you want to know every tiny detail – far too much to include in this weeks magazine – then please head on over to our website here.

1 – Space Ibiza Opening date confirmed

The 29th of May is the date that the legendary Space Ibiza club has set to kick off what will be its final season ever, in the form we know it as today. Five different areas in which to lose, find or expose yourself under a very special canopy of energy, happiness and nostalgia. The artists who will liven up the evening are still unknown at this early stage, but you can expect quality at the highest of levels for this, their last Space opening party. The first bunch of tickets are available now at Spotlight for 50€.

2 – Cream and Together come back to Amnesia for 2016

Thursdays are for Cream and Tuesdays for Together. Both parties have confirmed their respective residencies at San Rafael’s super club. The Cream trance and house family will celebrate a milestone of 21 years on the island for over 14 weeks from the big opening on the 9th of June until September 15th. Meanwhile, Together is preparing its 6th year bringing the bass to Ibiza’s crowd with a mammoth sized 16-week stint which will kick off the next 7th of June. Big names like Chase & Status, Sigma and Skrillex were on the decks last summer, just saying.

3- ABODE announces Ibiza Sankeys’ basement residency

Flying all the way from the UK, ABODE will land at Ibiza’s Sankeys the following 24th of June for a whole summer season. The hugely respected London party has hosted some notorious names and labels like Hot Creations, Paradise and Defected, so expect quality selectors in front of the dancefloors. For 2016, ABODE keeps Fridays at Sankeys’ Basement room. There’s plenty of change at Sankeys this year too, check the link for more.

4 – Glitterbox confirms line-ups for 2016 season

Glitterbox, the disco and house party which took over Space for the very first time last summer and was a huge success, is returning this season to the house that nurtured its spark. Every Friday from the 3rd of June and until the 23rd of September, the glitter-babes will be spreading love by the hand of a first round of confirmed artists like Defected label-head Simon Dunmore, Basement Jaxx, Dimitri From Paris, Todd Terry, Joey Negro, Roger Sanchez, DJ Pippi and Purple Disco Machine.

5 – Pure Pacha, Martin Solveig’s ‘My House’ and F*** Me I’m Famous return to Pacha in 2016

Pacha confirms three of the parties for the summer season. Pure Pacha will be Saturday’s queen one more time with Bob’s Sinclair at the helm all ready to turn the club into an authentic Parisian cabaret. Martin Solveig’s ‘My House’ returns for round 2 of Wednesday nights from 25th May, a residency that also coincides with the celebration of 11 years on Ibiza for Mr Solveig. And, of course, one of the legendary party brands on the island, David Güetta’s F*** Me I Am Famous, will be back to the club on Thursdays for 19 weeks. No line-ups revealed yet.

Living like a superstar for a week in Europe’s party capital is actually cheaper than you’d imagine


IT DOESN’T get much more hedonistic than staying in the villa that was home to one of Ibiza’s biggest DJs for the entire summer the year before your visit.

That’s exactly what we had at the simply spectacular Minimal Lab, one of countless superstar pads available from villa rental experts
Tucked away in a residential area behind secure electronic gates, the beautiful modern building looked like something from MTV’s Cribs.

With slick boy toy touches like electronic lighting and sound system throughout the house, an amazing pool area and a layout allowing for privacy thanks to a clever open-plan format, no wonder Luciano, the legendary DC10 resident and one of the world’s top DJs, called it home for a summer season.

We certainly felt like superstars in the slick pad, which sleeps eight very comfortably across four bedrooms – although there were just four of us, my wife Deborah and I and our friends Emma and Roland.

It doesn’t cost as much as you might imagine to live like DJ royalty for a week – prices at Minimal Lab start from just £3848 a week, so between eight, it’s cheaper than a decent hotel on the island.

We’re all Ibiza veterans and have enjoyed the underground side and hidden gems many times.

But with the weather a little ropey for a fair bit of our stay – for the first time in 20 years of going – we decided to stick with the high-rolling theme. can help with this too – they can sort everything from beach club day beds to dinner reservations and VIP tables in clubs.

Think of the convenience and services of a hotel but with the place to yourself. We flew with,
an easy three-hour hop from Glasgow at very low prices and really generous luggage weight limits of 22kg.


The stunning villa provides you with an ultimate feeling of luxury picked us up and took us to our villa, so the whole experience was easy and hassle-free. A breeze… so we could focus on fun.

Ibiza Rocks is always a must on any trip – whether the gig on Wednesdays or the WAR party on Fridays.

We were lucky enough to catch the brilliant Lion Babe followed by a stellar Mark Ronson DJ set, all from a superb table overlooking the action perfectly. Drinks are reasonable at Ibiza Rocks and the atmosphere generated in the courtyard during shows is incredible.

Get yourself on the list for the after-party at Ibiza Rocks House – sign up on the website and get in
early when announcements are made – and you get to spend the rest of the night dancing under the stars in one of the world’s coolest hotels with the headliners you’ve just seen perform.

Carl Cox’s night at Space comes to an end this year, so you HAVE to go and see the big man in action as it’s your last chance. You’re talking ridiculous line-ups and proper music – none of your EDM nonsense here – at one of the world’s legendary clubs. Music Is Revolution guarantees a brilliant night every time.

Destino is the place if you want outdoor high-end partying.

In a magnificent location with spectacular surroundings, you’ll hear incredible DJ line-ups and live acts.


Legendary DJ Carl Cox performing live at Space
It might be a million miles from the spiritual roots of Ibiza, but partying under the stars at Destino is an unforgettable experience. Of course, DC10 is still a must on Monday for Circo Loco – it has to be done.

Away from clubs, La Escollera is another winner for us all on every visit. Situated near Salinas overlooking the sea, with the salt flats behind, it’s a beautiful, authentic restaurant with superb food and drinks and a cosy feel.

If you want to avoid the in-your-face champagne and table-dancing vibe, this is the place for you. Think classy but subtle. It’s reasonable too, considering that the food is out of this world and the views pretty much unrivalled. Go. You won’t regret it.

Nassau is a firm favourite and one that continues to excel year after year. The lobster paella is a thing of beauty and very reasonably priced, while they’re justifiably famous for their cocktails – the lychee caipiroska is a thing of beauty too. Whether you go for lunch or dinner, drinks or just to lie on the beach surrounded by beautiful people, Nassau is the pick of the Bossa Beach strip.

With all the glitz and glamour in the world, sometimes you just want an old favourite… like pizza at
El Pirata. Far and away the best on the island, these huge slabs of thin, crispy pizza cover whole tables.

El Pirata is right in the heart of the action in the port at the bottom of Ibiza’s Dalt Villa, by Rock bar and just along from Base bar (essential stops). You’re gazing across at huge gleaming yachts, but with low prices, great drinks and those pizzas, you won’t need bottomless pockets at El Pirata.

No trip to Ibiza is complete without a visit to Hotel Es Vive’s legendary Experience bar. Every time, without fail, we pop in for one drink and stay all night. It’s that kind of place.

Throw in a few barbecues (in the rain, this time) and an awful lot of villa partying and that was about it for our latest Balearic jaunt.

And you won’t be surprised to learn we’re already eyeing up a tasty new villa from for
this summer…

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