Catalonia, Valencia, and the Costa Blanca

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  • 1. La Fabrica de Hielo


    A former ice factory on Cabanyal Beach has been transformed into this industrial-chic drinking spot, complete with soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls, and vintage furnishings. Inexpensive drinks and bar food and a seaside terrace attract a trendy crowd, as does the free live music most nights.

    Calle de Pavia 37, Valencia, Valencia, 46011, Spain
  • 2. Café de las Horas

    This surreal bordello-style bar is an institution for Valencia’s signature cocktail, Agua de Valencia (a syrupy blend of cava or Champagne, orange juice, vodka, and gin). The bar’s warm atmosphere and convivial vibe are perfect for whiling away the hours at the start (or end) of the night.

    Calle Conde de Almodóvar 1, Valencia, Valencia, 46003, Spain
  • 3. Café del Duende

    El Carmen

    For a taste of el ambiente andaluz (Andalusian atmosphere), stop by this flamenco club in the heart of the Barrio del Carmen. It's open Thursday--Saturday from 10 pm (performances start at 10:30 pm on Thursday and at 11 pm on Friday and Saturday). On Sunday performances start at 8 pm. Get there early to secure a seat.

    Carrer Túria 62, Valencia, Valencia, 46008, Spain
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  • 4. El Coscorrón

    It's an Alicante tradition to start an evening out here, with El Coscorrón's generous mojitos.

    Calle Tarifa 5, Alicante, Valencia, 03002, Spain
  • 5. El Gin Tub

    Head down a flight of stairs to this underground speakeasy, decorated in a Victorian style and featuring a menu of classic cocktails—many made with house-infused gin. There’s live music and burlesque nearly every night.

    Calle Parellades 43, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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  • 6. Jimmy Glass Jazz Bar

    El Carmen

    Aficionados of modern jazz gather at this bar, which books an impressive range of local and international combos and soloists. Opening times vary according to the performance schedule, with up to four shows on different nights each week.

    Calle Baja 28, Valencia, Valencia, 46003, Spain
  • 7. Mes Amours


    A more sedate entry in the Russafa district’s buzzy nightlife scene, this wine bar specializes in natural wines from small producers, mainly from Spain and France. Inside is charmingly retro, while a nice-sized corner terrace lets you soak in the lively street life.

    Calle de la Reina Doña Maria 1, Valencia, Valencia, 46006, Spain
  • 8. Nou Platea

    This nightspot, popular with students and visitors alike, has both disco and live bands in concert, depending on the day of the week.

    Carrer Jeroni Real de Fontclara 4, Girona, Catalonia, 17001, Spain

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    Rate Includes: Thurs. and Fri. midnight–5, Sat. midnight–6
  • 9. Pub Voramar

    Nautical knick-knacks line every square inch of this cozy tavern, which dates back to 1956. A small terrace overlooks Sant Sebastià beach.

    Port Alegre 55, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
  • 10. Sunset Jazz Club

    As the evening develops, drop into the Sunset Jazz Club to catch some live jazz by national and international artists in a softly lit, buzzing venue with exposed brick walls and dark furnishings.

    Calle Jaume Pons i Martí 12, Girona, Catalonia, 17004, Spain

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