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Have now been going to Puerto Pollensa for years and still love going, but now I have come of age that I am old enough to go to clubs , I was just wondering if there are any clubs in Puerto Pollensa and if so what do people think of them . I dont quite fancy Magaluf lol
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I think the only clubs are opposite Bar cultural next to the school.

I think one of them is called Chivas. I think they start late and finish early!!!!

We are too old!! so never been.
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YVeee, GL is correct it is called Chivas. The sign on the door says open every night 11 pm till late! From the Square, walking towards the mountains, turn right at Bar Cultural and it is on your left about 50 yds further along. Too old for clubs as well, so don't know anything about it!

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There is another one across from Neptuno above Banco Santander. It has just been refurbed. I have not been there, again too old, but the local young uns say its good.
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Whats this "too old" lark! Surely there must be something around now for us more "experienced in life" who would like something akin to a wine bar, candles, snacks etc after hours??
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Whats this "too old" lark! Surely there must be something around now for us more "experienced in life" who would like something akin to a wine bar, candles, snacks etc after hours??

Oh how I miss Coconuts! It was exactly what you have described Bella and I don't think you would have been to old

I do know somewhere else though...La Batucada ,which is next door to Naciente, and is run by the guys who used to have Bonanca Bar. I'll take you in June.........if you behave
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Bella ,

Your're right. We should banish this talk of being too old.

It sounds like PP does need a sophisticated niteclub for us over 25's to dance the night away with other of a similar vintage!.

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Bella ,

Your're right. We should banish this talk of being too old.

It sounds like PP does need a sophisticated niteclub for us over 25's to dance the night away with other of a similar vintage!.

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Quite agree - I love dancing. Have even been along to Chivas but felt a bit old.. but I love the Hustlers who play at Mulligans - good old rock music!
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Hey Yvee you could also try Kudos its quite nice
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Thanks everyone .
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what about the new music club at the golf club, I believe they will pick you up from Pollenca (think the car service is free?}
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my teenage daughter and her 2 friends spent every night of their 3 weeks in pp in Chivas last year and had a ball
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Have now been going to Puerto Pollensa for years and still love going, but now I have come of age that I am old enough to go to clubs , I was just wondering if there are any clubs in Puerto Pollensa and if so what do people think of them . I dont quite fancy Magaluf lol
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been going with my daughter for years and years and she too over the last year has found clubs - Chivas on the second road back from the front is the place to go or so Im told. Opens around midnight and she returns back home approx 3 - 4 so prepare for a late night. There is also a club next door which they seem to flit between
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I have been going with my family for 25 years now and my daughter who has just turned 17 found Chivas (which is second row back from the front) last year - she thoroughly enjoyed it - it only opens around midnight and she never came home before 4am so prepare for late nights! There is also a place next door which they seem to flit between - hope that helps
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as regards to the oldies, we had a ball in the imperial bar on the front last year and danced the night away
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