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5 Croatian Clubs Make World’s Top 100

5 Croatian clubs on world's top 100 list (photo credit: Papaya)

5 Croatian clubs on world’s top 100 list (photo credit: Papaya)

Five Croatia clubs have made the top 100 clubs in the world ranked by one of the world’s leading dance scene magazines…

UK’s DJ Mag have included five Croatian night spots in their annual list of the best clubs in the world. The popular Papaya nightclub in Zrće on the island of Pag was the highest ranked Croatian club coming in at number 11 on the list.

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Also to make the prestigious list along with some of the biggest clubs on the planet such as ‘Green Valley’, ‘Space’, ‘Pasha’ and ‘Amnesia’, were four other Croatian clubs, including two more from Pag. Noa Beach Club and Aquarius came in at 20th and 45th respectively.

Aquarius

Aquarius

Zrće has forged a reputation on the dance scene as a top destination over the last few years, attracting world-class DJs such as Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sven Vath, Carl Cox, Paul Van Dyk, Calvin Harris, Axwell, Swedish House Mafia and lots more.

Noa Beach Club on Pag (photo credit: Noa Beach Club)

Noa Beach Club on Pag (photo credit: Noa Beach Club)

Also to make the world’s top 100 clubs were Barbarella’s (39th) in Pirovac and Revelin in Dubrovnik (75th).

Located in a 500-year-old fortress, Revelin’s summer line-up over the past few years has attracted some of the world’s best DJ’s, including Fatboy Slim, Fedde Le grand, Axwell, Martin Solveig, Roger Sanchez and Paul Van Dyk,

(photo: Culture Club Revelin)

(photo: Culture Club Revelin)

Check out the Top 100 clubs in the world by DJ Mag here.

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