Are you on the lookout for the most lively latin clubs in Barcelona?
Then we have you covered!
On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of the best latin clubs in Barcelona. (More in-depth further below)
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Who says you can’t get your Latin dance on in the Catalan capital? The nightlife in Barcelona is very lively, especially in summer time!
You can’t miss some night plans that will make your stay more enjoyable, and if you like dancing, music and shows, you may also like salsa music, so here are some recommendations of the best clubs to dance salsa in Barcelona: Antilla BCN Latin Club, Bachata Dance Club Barcelona, Agua de Luna dance club, Mojito Club and Habana Barcelona,
1. Otto Zutz Barcelona
Brought to life in the June of 1985, Otto Zutz has brought about a revolution in terms of night clubs to the city of Barcelona. With a new and exciting concept of having 4 different dance floors in one venue, Otto Zutz caters to the musical flavours of many. On most nights, you will find the club completely filled to the brim- that is to say that Otto Zutz is just so popular amongst local and international crowds both, that you would be elbow to elbow with the dancers if it weren’t for their amazing VIP areas and seating arrangements.
2. Mojito Barcelona
A club which is solely dedicated to the art of appreciating Latin music, Mojito Club is known for its love for creativity, expression, and everything Spanish! If you are one who loves to dance and even pick up a few new dance moves, then Mojito Club is the perfect club venue that you could find in Barcelona.
3. Catwalk Barcelona
One venue; three ambiences. Catwalk Club, Barcelona is the perfect elixir of beauty, passion, taste and style. Located at the mysterious enclave in Marina Village, Barcelona, Catwalk Club attracts the chicest of crowds of the city with its whiffs of elegance and standard. With a carnival theme party, Catwalk has 3 different rooms set perfectly for different moods and needs.
4. Jamboree Barcelona
Jamboree Club has been around for half a century now, becoming a part of Barcelona’s rich heritage and culture. A dynamic venue which has stayed open every night of the year since its conception in 1960, Jamboree Club is a living culture of Barcelona. Located in the popular district of La Rambla, Jamboree Club is filled with international music, hip hop and R&B. The club finds itself filled to the brim on most nights; with the entrance fees being so minimal and the performances being optimal!
5. Oak Barcelona
Located where the former club Nick Havana once used to be, Oak Club is an up and coming nightclub which is so original and authentic that it gets bombarded by crowds all year round. The décor of Oak Club has been made to look like a beach club, however, unlike other beach clubs, Oak is open all year round!
These are great clubs to listen and dance to some live music by bands performing a Latin/Fusion mix. With a Latin atmosphere where visitors can go to watch professional dancers perform and learn how to dance themselves. If you are a latin dance aficionado, join us for a night dancing tour in the lively atmosphere of Barcelona’s authentic latin discos – great music, selected clubs and joyful dances guaranteed!