Location: Zrce Beach, Island of Pag, Croatia
That Croatia is competing with Ibiza as the go-to clubbing destination in Europe — especially for your average clubber not interested in remortgaging their house for a round of drinks — is undeniable. And central to Croatia's draw is the idyllic Island of Pag, home to several Top 100 Clubs, including Noa Beach Club. Impressively, the club breached the Top 100 in its debut year and has been an ever-present since 2015. And it's not hard to see why.
With a stunning location on the Adriatic sea — pine-crested mountains to the rear and the Instagram-perfect coastline yawning in front — the main decision you have to make is where to take in the views (and the stellar cast of DJs), with 11 bars, cabanas, VIP lounges, massage tables and the main pool all on offer. Or, if you're a baller, you could rock up in your yacht and berth it at their private marina.
Open daily during the summer until 6am (and quite often beyond), Noa had a huge summer of events last year, including return visits from Steve Aoki and Robin Schulz. The club was also once again part of the EDM-heavy Black Sheep Festival, which took over the four leading clubs on Zrce Beach. With new set designs each year (made out of local sustainable wood, eco-dancers will be pleased to know) and bookings that draw in thousands each night over the summer, Noa Beach Club is set to be a name to remember for a long, long time.