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Alicante Nightlife – Nightclubs and Pubs

Alicante Nightlife

Alicante has a vibrant nightlife scene, as would befit a popular holiday destination, and that too on Spain’s fabled Costa Blanca. If you’re planning a holiday in Alicante, and wish to sample the nightlife here, then read on!

After enjoying the bars and pubs in Alicante for a few hours (more than enough to leave you dizzy and spellbound), it is a good idea to head to Alicante’s nightclubs “discotecas”. The nightclubs in Alicante belt out the funkiest of music and some also pack in a cultural show or two, to ensure that your entertainment entourage is not lacking on the options.

So just as a reminder of how the Alicante nightlife works you will usually start the night in the many bars and pubs in the old quarter “el barrio” area (do not expect anything before 1 – 1.30 am), then about 3 – 3.30 am you will head to the Port area where there are many trendy and modern bars and pubs open until the sun comes up.

These are the most popular nightclubs Alicante:

  • Potato (Muelle de Levante, 6)
  • Ay Carmela (Muelle de Levante. Bloque 1)
  • H20 (Muelle de Levante)
  • Capitan Haddock (Puerto de Levante)
  • La Biblioteca (Panoramis Shopping Centre)

Or you can go to any of the main nightclubs in the city:

  • Pacha Explanada (Explanada de España, 28)
  • Discoteca Z Klub (c/ Coloma, 3)
  • Di Roma (Panoramis shopping centre)
  • Discoteca Limusín (c/ Navas, 12)
  • 37 grados (C/ Castaños 20)
  • Wilson (Pintor Aparicio 15)

So enjoy the music, lights and dance all night long!

Alicante Old Quarter Pubs

  • These are well known because there are a tremendous number of them within the area. People go out about midnight, the pubs in the Old Quarter usually close about 3 am when everybody head to the clubs in the waterfront.
  • These close about 7 am but some others open then and there are many people that continue fiesta during the day. It all usually starts as from 12:30 am where you can walk around the area or join any of the many bars and pubs. Some of them have live music where you can listen Latin or jazz music.
  • If you’d rather sit and have a small chitchat with your friends, you can spend some quiet time in the several cafés around. It is not unusual to see more people out and about at 2, 3 or 4 am in the morning than in many other cities during the day!

Confetti

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Cienfuegos 8

Alicante

Músic: Pop, Electro

Cure

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Virgen de Belen 8

Alicante

Músic: Punk-rock, After punk

El Tributo

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Montengón 8

Alicante

Músic: Rock

Glass Club

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Montengón 10

Alicante

Músic: House

La Luna

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Santos Médicos 4

Alicante

Músic: Ibiza Experience

Mil-lenni

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Virgen de Belen 15

Alicante

Músic: Various, Pop, Latin, Spanish

Pixies

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

General Primo de Ribera 10

Alicante

Músic: Pop-rock y Soul

Sound Box

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Plaza del Carmen 17

Alicante

Músic: Jamaican Sounds

Truca

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Plaza Abad Penalva 1

Alicante

Músic: Chill-out, House

Voodoo

Area: Old Quarter-El Barrio

Virgen de Belen 17

Alicante

Músic: Pop, Electro

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