Palma de Mallorca Nightlife

Palma has a thriving night scene, with some bars and clubs staying open until dawn. Main nightlife districts include La Llotja, Darsena de Ca'n Barbarà, the up-and-coming eastern suburb of Portixol and the Passeig Marítim for nightclubs.

To find out what's on when, check out the tourist office's official website ( or pick up the free monthly island guide Digame ( in selected bars and cafes. The daily English-language newspaper, The Majorca Daily Bulletin (, often has events listed too.

Bars in Palma de Mallorca


Abaco serve up a delicious array of cocktails in a lavish 17th-century palace. This bar is one of the most eclectic nightlife venues in Spain, opulently decorated with caged birds, sculptures, fountains and candles. Admire the European decorative artwork or sway to the melodramatic Boléro music playing in the background.

Calle San Juan, 1, Mallorca, Palma, 07012, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 714 939.
Cuba Hotel Sky Bar

Boasting 360-degree views of the city, this glass-walled terrace is a must-visit. Neutrally decorated, with a central bar, tent-covered eating areas and seriously comfortable seating, it’s the perfect place to enjoy an aperitif. Hotel guests can also enjoy a private area with chaise loungers and cabanas.

Carrer de Sant Magí 1, Palma, 07013, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 452 237.

Enjoy your very own personalised wine tasting session at this bar on one of Palma’s main nightlife strips. Help yourself to a wide range of vintages from around the world by inserting a card into one of the many dispensers and paying at the end. It’s a novel experience and its yummy tapas is a bonus as well.

Calle Apuntadores 24, Palma, 07012, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 214 011.

Clubs in Palma de Mallorca

El Garito Café

With a vintage, rockabilly interior, this café-club draws in the crowd not just for its characteristic design but also its DJ performances. Having planted its roots since the 1970s, the club has always been the meeting point of the hippest and most forward-thinking youths on the island.

Darsena de Can Barbera, Palma, 07015, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 736 912.
Pacha Mallorca

Made famous by its flagship branch on Ibiza, Pacha is a world-known brand. Located near Palma’s horseshoe-shaped marina, Pacha Mallorca is a mega-club boasting four distinctive bars, each with different genres of music, and an elegant Mediterranean fine-dining restaurant for filling stomachs before partying the night away.

Avinguda Gabriel Roca 42, Palma, 07014, Spain
Telephone: +34 687 570 102.

As the largest and most famous club in Palma, Tito’s is a must for night owls and party animals. With over six bars and flamboyant laser shows, the club attracts a huge and diverse crowd from young local Mallorquins to stylish foreign tourists. It's really expensive though, from entry fees to drinks prices.

Paseo Maritimo 31, Avenida Gabriel Roca, Palma, 07014, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 730 017.

Live Music in Palma de Mallorca


Palma’s famous Irish pub has a packed live music schedule, which takes in everything from reggae and gypsy jazz to pop, funk and rockability. It also boasts a sunny terrace, a scrumptious tapas selection, a decent paella menu and, of course, an endless supply of Guinness on tap.

Avenida Gabriel Roca 3, Palma, 07014, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 732 435.
The Jazz Voyeur Club

Set within a stunning 16th century mansion in the heart of La Llonja, this funky little club hosts live acts almost every night from 2200 onwards. The permanent photography exhibition on the walls and the intimate atmosphere make it a popular choice with visiting hipsters. The venue also runs a summer jazz festival.

Carrer Blau 11a, Palma, 07007, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 720 780.
Tunnel Rock Club

If your tastes run to heavy metal rather than smooth jazz, then this grungy, alternative venue should be on your radar. With regular live rock and metal events as well as a decent dancefloor and a friendly local crowd, it’s one of Palma’s best late-night venues.

Plaça Gomila, 2, Palma, 07014, Spain
Telephone: +34 971 456 652.
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