Ibiza Maria

Address: Carrer d’Astúries 15, Ibiza, Balearic Islands 07800
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Nearest POI’s: Platja de ses Figueretes, Doc Tattoo Ibiza Collective, Plaça de Julia Verdera

About the club

If you are a weed connoisseur in Ibiza looking for a cool environment to enjoy your weed legally and safely, you might want to visit Club Ibiza Maria. While it is not as big or classy as some top clubs in Barcelona or Madrid, Club Ibiza Maria is still a favorite for many locals and tourists. This is perhaps because of its great selection of cannabis strains and the excellent customer service members get here. Their menu caters for all different weed smokers and they give various smoking accessories to make sure members have a good time.

Where is it Located

About the area

Club Ibiza Maria is located in Illes Balears along a street called Carrer d’Astúries. When you are not stoning, you can visit one of the many tourist attractions around here, including Ibiza Puerto, the prominent marina with shopping and dining, and Plaza Reina Sofia. You can dine at restaurants like Casa 13 Piadina and Beccafico Kitchen Bar, which are not very far away from the club.

What is a Cannabis Club

A Cannabis Club is a private, members-only organization where a limited amount of cannabis can be provided to members on the premises. It is, essentially, a Social Club, where people can enjoy using marijuana together in the safety of a legal location. You can consider it a lot like the coffeeshops in Amsterdam. Sometimes food is served there, too, so members can satisfy the munchies.

Cannabis Clubs are only open to members, and this guide is all about informing you on how to become a member. Without a membership, you can’t enter the club and you definitely can’t purchase cannabis in there.

How Do You Become A Member Of A Cannabis Social Club?

In order to become a member of a cannabis social club, you first need to meet the entry requirements. They are very basic requirements that ensure the club is operating legally. You need:

  • To be over 18 or over 21 depending on the club’s rules about age
  • Be able to show a government-issued photo identification, whether it is a driver’s license, passport etc.
  • A Spanish address
  • Have a referral from a sponsor or another member of the same club

As you can see, there is nothing complicated about what is required to become a member. Most social clubs will accept a driver’s license, a visa, a passport, a valid ID card or any other kind of photo identification. The Spanish address doesn’t need to be a permanent home address. For the most part, a hotel or temporary accommodation will do the trick. The most difficult thing to obtain is the referral from a sponsor or member of the club you wish to join. The easiest way to get the referral is to <a can assist you and get you sorted in no time.

Once you have these four things, you must make an appointment to enter the social club. This is usually organized by the person who gave you the referral. You bring your photo ID with you along with some money to pay for your membership fee (this will vary from club to club). Once you’ve “passed the interview” you’ll be given a membership card which you will bring with you every time you want to enter the club!