Santa Marta has its share of pubs and I imagine a few clubs as well. This is after all a beach tourist town and people, especially Colombians love to party when they are on vacation. We saw quite a few people sitting out on the waterfront enjoying the ocean breeze and the ocean view after the town cooled down in the early evening. But we preferred to have our beer at our little cerviche place that though it was oozing local atmosphere had no view whatsoever. So, when we finished up there, we would just stroll along the promenade and take in the same breezes as the cafe crowd but for free. We caught a few sunsets, one in particular that was stunning.
Dress Code: In warm Santa Marta, a jacket is not needed even in the evening.
It's the hottest spot in Santa Marta at the moment ... gets packed, with a great mix of locals and tourists.
It's not pricey ... good music ... great atmosphere ... in my opinion, the best option!
Dress Code: Casual ... no big deal.
Street Party/Roof Party/ Sol y Luna Party stay on Calle 10c outside El miramar and titanic and party the night in the street or go to Hollandbar, El Garge, Barrio Samario or LaPuerta or Rodedero... lots of options in Santa Marta for graeat perpetual night life... whew...
Dress Code: none
At night in the Rodadero most people get beers and bottles of liquor and hit the beach. There are tons of performers down the beach and they are willing to play numerous songs for just a little bit of money. It is very fun!!!