Liceo –The real uniqueness of Liceo comes from the 200-year-old walls that the venue resides in. This really is a hell of a setting for a nightclub, revered amongst Malaga clubs. With two floors of funky coolness, Liceo is popular with Malaga’s young, international crowd. You’ll find plenty of English speakers (though not all of them will necessarily be English) making for a comfortable and vibrant party atmosphere. Also, we LOVE the balcony over the dance floor.
Sala Moliere – What can we say about Sala Moliere? It’s just does exactly what you want a nightclub to do. Expect big tunes, bigger drinks and a mixed Spanish-international crowd. Job done.
Sala Gold – This one is especially popular with the ladies. With frequent 70’s disco nights, there is plenty of opportunity for some Travolta leg-popping and an extended sing-a-long to Abba’s greatest hits. As the crowd gets going, you’ll also find the DJ mixing in plenty of modern commercial hits. Position yourself directly below the disco-ball, throw away your inhibitions and get into the groove…
Sala Wenge – Ready to go toe to toe with the local party-fiends? This place is a legendary local venue where they play pumping house every night until six in the morning. Let the barman free-pour you an extra-large cubata. Then it’s time to throw some serious shapes to those pumping beats.
Bubbles – This new kid on the Malaga club scene has quickly built up a reputation as one of the coolest places in town. The owners of this place have loads of fresh ideas (like 100 copas for the first 100 ladies in the door, girls’ make-up nights before the party starts, live musicians, professional dancers), and the result is a fun and dynamic venue that is as fizzy and zesty as your gin and tonic.
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