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Duty-free booze


There is quite an overlap between what constitutes a café, a pub, a bar and in some cases even a restaurant in Pas de la Casa; with many of the venues operating as all of the above.

Most have happy hours from around 16:00–18:00hrs and many have live music or DJs to kick off the early evening après ski.

Despite its reputation as ‘Ibiza in the snow’, the resort doesn't actually have any superclubs; and most of what it does have are basic disco-bars with theme nights.
That said, the town does rock; and with so many venues vying for business there's always some event or promotion going on, often sponsored by well-known drink/tobacco brands offering free shots and/or free cigarettes!

The listings below give a selection of some of the most popular venues around the town of Pas de la Casa:  Avinguda d'Encamp, Carrer de Bearn, Carrer del Maia, Carrer de la Solana, Plaça dels Vaquers and Plaça Sant Josep are where most of the liveliest venues are concentrated.

Most of the resort's hotels also have in-house bars, many of which can be fairly animated depending on the liveliness and sociability of each week's clientele. At the very least they're ideal for starting the night off, and/or for a final wee cheeky one before bedtime. Many of the larger and better quality hotels also offer a café-bar service in their lounge bars, and these are often a good alternative option when you're in the mood for a more refined après ski experience.


Avinguda d'Encamp
Little Rock Café
Last on the left at the top of the street. Early après-ski live music; Tex-Mex food.
El Pandero
Basement club beneath the Frontera Blanca complex. Regular lap dancing shows.
Provinçal City
Irish bar on the lower corner of the Frontera Blanca apartment complex.
Lively après ski, live music and late-night singalongs.
Carrer de Bearn
La Copa
Large traditional-style pub with a pool table; decent food menu, offering wood-fire oven pizzas and grills.
Marseilles Bar
Lively après-ski/late-night music bar, with a daytime & evening restaurant service offering pizzas, burgers, salads and pastas.
One of Pas de la Casa's key pubs. Always lively and offering a good programme of themed events and big-screen sports.
La Perla Negra
Pirate-themed pub. Above the supermarket on the corner of Plaça de Sant Josep.
Carrer del Maia
One of Pas de la Casa's longest-established clubs. Frequent promotional nights; and anything that gets the crowd going is fair game regards music policy.
El Mexicana
Disco-pub with Tex-Mex food and tequilla slammers.
Surf.On.In Cyberpub
Small Internet café/pub.
Carrer de la Solana
In-house bar at the British-run hotel of the same name. Good traditional pub food, including curry nights and midweek ‘Sunday roasts’ (so you don't miss out because of the weekend transfer day). Pool table and Big-Screen Sports.
Club Orange
Small basement club with a decent music policy.
Pub Mambo
Music bar with frequent theme nights. Underneath the Snowlake apartments.
Plaça dels Vaquers & Plaça de Sant Josep
Club Havane
Lively, unpretentious bar.
Kamakaze Surf Bar
Buzzing après-ski bar & late-night grill.  Pool table; pub food; piste-side terrace.
Disco-pub: playing ‘music from the 60s to the present’.
Unpretentious & lively pub.
Pas 83
Often lively basement bar; pub food available.
Tropical Club
Billed as a ‘cocktail bar’, although really just a standard bar featuring the usual selection of amusingly-named concoctions.
Good buzzing après-ski pub, with a daytime food service and piste-side terrace. Mexican food and Big-Screen Sports.
Well-established music bar: playing everything ‘from the swinging 60s through to the naughty noughties’.
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