Ibiza is a well-known world centre of quality House music. It offers quite a number of cool disco clubs for its tourists to visit. When traveling around Ibiza, be sure to visit Pacha - one of the best Ibiza night clubs. No doubt, one of the best parties of the island is Pacha's 'Flower Power' party. If you happen to be on Ibiza during the 'Flower Power' parties' period, don't miss the opportunity to travel back in time to hear the best music form the past. This party is a real fun, when many of the original Ibiza playboys and girls put on the flairs, loud shirts and bandannas to groove the night away. During the summer period Pacha guarantees some great line-ups: Erick Morillo, Pete Tong, Darren Emerson, David Morales, Frankie Knuckles and new for this year Sasha and Deep Dish. Very few disco clubs on Ibiza are open all-the-year-round. Pacha is one of them (in winter the club is open weekends only).
In Pacha you can choose one of several different dancing areas. The team in the Main Room for several years has been the DJ Team. It is headed by Residents Australian born Arah Main and Ibiza-born Angel Linde. If you prefer soul, jazz, funk or mellow-house music, go to the Funky Room, directed by Ibiza icon Vaughn. In the Global Room the theme events take place.
The Pacha club was built in 1972-1973. The building was designed and decorated by Ricardo Urgell and his longtime friend Jorge Goula. They designed it in the typical Mediterranean style. The style characteristics are simplicity, whiteness, flat roofs and small windows. The building has a central main room (like Ibizan style houses). All the other rooms are adjacent and terraced, which allows for the organic feel that exists and allows for seamless growth. Originally, the building contained 2 dance floors, a restaurant, terrace and a garden. The music was programmed and played by Ricardo's brother Piti Urgell. At that time, Pacha was the only building on the far side of the harbour, with the beach coming up across the road. And at night the club was the only illuminated building across the bay.
Opened in May 1973, Pacha, like another very popular on Ibiza club Amnesia, became in no time a focal point for Ibiza diverse population. This diversity still exists. Today one can still meet in the clubs many of the revelers that came to the opening parties.
Stylish hedonism and freedom of expressions continue to be the main values represented in Pacha from the very outset of the club. This was as well reflected in the music, design and decoration of the club. Lots of money was spared on lavish themed events like Hollywood parties, the infamous White Parties and the still popular Flower Power parties.
The 90s brought new interest in nightclubbing, as the foreign invasion to Ibiza increased... At that years Pacha started to invite foreign promoters and DJs, but it still continued to maintain its original ethos of unrivalled taste and quality.
The new millennium brought the same increasing growth and approach as the last 3 decades. Today it seems almost impossible to find anybody who knows Ibiza but doesn't know Pacha.
Every year the design changes allow the club to be constantly fashionable and dynamic. The spirit of Pacha continues soaring and attracting visitors to Ibiza from all around the world until now. And as soon as Ibiza is considered to be the melting pot of Europe, Pacha can be called the eternal flame that has heated up the pot for the last 30 years.