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Malaga Night Clubs - Malaga Going out

Staying alive, this is your motto for tonight. Don’t forget it, keep awake, always awake. It is disco music or any of its variants: dance, techno, house…Multicolour lights, rhythm, music and a dance floor to dance all night long. Get ready to wear down your shoes soles with the best people. In Málaga clubs time does not run, here is always time to enjoy and have fun. We have plenty of atmospheres and music so you can choose your own rhythm. If your choice is to dive in the most selected atmospheres then La Notte and Olivia Velere are good examples of good music and nice scenarios such as the luxury Palacio de Babilonia.

If you like the scene, go straight on to Torremolinos. Do not waste your time, fun is waiting for you. Palladium or Passion are the destination for the longest night. Imagination and colour until dawn and further away without respite.

For those who want to complete the whole night club route of the province on the way to Marbella, Benalmadena and especially Puerto Marina is the next stop. The pubs of the Plaza Solymar are the most popular ones in Benalmadena. Anyway, the place to finish the night should be in Puerto Banus, Marbella. Many things to live just in one night, a lot of dance but keep awake, don’t stop moving, the day will come anyway.

Night Clubs

Torremolinos

  • Discoteca Palladium. Avda. Palma de Mallorca, 36-38.
  • Veronia. Avda. Salvdor Allende, 10.
  • Passion. Avda. Palma de Mallorca, 16.

Benalmadena

  • Coco Bongo. Almendros, 3.
  • Disco Kiu. Pza. Solymar, s/n.

Marbella

  • Olivia Valere. Palacio de Babilonia. Ctra. de Istan, Km. 0,8.
  • Dreamer's Dance Club. Ctra. de Cadiz, Km. 175-Rio Verde. Puerto Banus.
  • La Notte. Las Lomas de Marbella Club.

Fuengirola

  • Coyote Dance. C/ Jacinto Benavente.
  • Loft Dance Club. C/ Martinez Catena.

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