While Menorca is widely known as the quieter, more laid-back island when compared to Spain’s islands of Mallorca and Ibiza, that doesn’t mean that it’s devoid of nightlife options. Just the opposite really as Menorca is filled with well over 50 bars and clubs, each with its own special charm and delightful offerings. These are just a few of Menorca’s top dance clubs and specialized bars that you may want to sample for yourself. We’ll even make sure that you have reliable transportation to and from your Menorca vacation villa rental so that you may enjoy a night of partying with no worries.
Dance the Night Away at These Late-Night Clubs
If you’re feeling like you want to dance all night in a wild party atmosphere, then you’ll want to head over to this Ciutadella hotspot that offers three floors of fun and excitement and four full bars. The Kopas Club opens its doors every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening, and those 18 and over are welcome to join the party. Talented DJs keep the music going, and it’s forever changing between rock, pop, cult favorites, electronic music and the current hits out of Spain and abroad.
The huge dancefloor has room for everyone, and there are special events held nearly every weekend that include live musical performances, laser shows and themed parties. Don’t be surprised if you see a famous face appear for an impromptu performance, and everything is enhanced by the amazing sound system and perfect lighting. Those who want to be social without all of the noise are welcome to visit in the comfy sofa area or on either of the two lovely terraces, and you’ll have access to a full bar with talented bartenders that are capable of creating the most amazing drinks no matter what floor you happen to be on.
While Kopas Club absolutely welcomes those of all genders and sexual orientations, it is known as Menorca’s best gay club.
Another great Ciutadella nightclub, Iguanaport opens its doors promptly at 9 p.m. all seven nights of the week. It boasts a rooftop terrace with a fabulous view of the city and the harbor and three house DJs who keep incredible music going throughout the night. The main dancefloor is extremely roomy, and the full bar features amazing cocktails that you absolutely won’t find anywhere else. There’s also a room set aside for anyone who is interested in a little shisha, which refers to smoking shisha tobacco through a water pipe, and those who want a true VIP experience may reserve the very special VIP area that comes with some truly fabulous perks.
When the midnight hour strikes, this Mahon club opens up for all of you late-night party enthusiasts. Open each night except for Mondays and Tuesdays, Ama-gi boasts professional DJs with the latest top-of-the-line equipment and a large dancefloor that stays packed every night. It’s a favorite of both locals and visitors from around the world, and you’ll find a friendly atmosphere, good company and incredible drinks from the full bar. Be sure to ask about VIP service if you’re celebrating or just want to experience being treated like a superstar.
Fun Hawaiian-Themed Bars
Aloha Cocktail Bar
This kitschy Hawaiian-themed bar in Cala’n Porter is just plain fun, and it’s common for families to spend some time here with their children. The lovely outdoor gardens offer some nice seating options, and you’ll also find seating at the bar, which features a large aquarium filled with a wonderful variety of fish and other sea creatures. Expect to be greeted at the door by a cheerful woman who will kiss your cheeks and place a colorful lei around your neck, and you’ll be served your tasty and festive Hawaiian cocktail in a funny novelty glass. It’s open all seven days of the week from 8 p.m. to 3:30 a.m., and you’ll be invited to showcase your voice talent during karaoke competitions and your memory skills during trivia nights that focus on music and other fun topics.
You know you’re in for a relaxing good time when you arrive at this Son Bou bar and see children and adults hanging out in hammocks and big swinging chairs. It gets even better when the Hawaiian-attired waiter skates over to your table to take your order and hand out colorful leis to every member of the family, and you’ll find bowls of nuts and other goodies on each table. The cocktails are elaborate and come in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions, and each drink is festooned with things like sparklers, fresh tropical fruits and other fun items. People are often up and dancing around to the music, and the doors are open all seven days of the week beginning at 12 noon and staying open until 3 a.m.