Founded by two brothers over thirty years ago, Pacha is a Spanish group with over twenty nightclubs around the world, in countries like Brazil, Australia, Argentina, Morrocco and, of course, Spain.
The first ever Pacha club opened its doors in Sitges, a municipality of Barcelona. The club was an overnight success, which led the founders to decide to turn the Pacha name into a chain of the most popular nightclubs in Spain.
In 1973, the second Pacha club was opened, this time in Ibiza, an island off the coast of Valencia, notorious for its party atmosphere. The club was received with enthusiasm and is, today, the most popular Pacha of them all.
Pacha’s Barcelona club is located right next to the beach, at Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, a popular area for nightlife due to its abundance in clubs. The inside of the nightclub is modern and sleek, with a combination of white tones and purple lights, inviting visitors to have a good time.
The club‘s programming often includes parties with guest DJs, having received artists such as Danny Avila, Alberto Herrera, Pig & Diamonds, and Fact & Insane.
For those who won’t settle for anything but the best, Pacha has its own VIP section, which offers special service and a great view of the entire club.
Like most of the popular nightclubs in Barcelona, Pacha has its own restaurant, which offers high-quality Asian/Mediterranean food. The restaurant has an interior area and a terrace, perfect for a seaside meal during the hotter months.
Pacha Barcelona is open from Monday to Sunday from 12 pm to 5 am, closing an hour later on Fridays and Saturdays.
It’s always a good idea to use public transportation when going to a nightclub so that you can enjoy your night without having to worry about drinking and driving. You can easily get to Pacha by using the yellow line of the subway (L4), exiting at Ciutadella/Vila Olímpica, by taking tramvia’s T4, or buses number 36, 45, 59, 71, 92, D20, V21, N0, N6 or N8.