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  • Contact to Cannabis Social Clubs: A Responsible Approach

    Capitán Filtros SL does not guarantee the membership status or access to any Cannabis Social Club (CSC) for individuals contacting an association through the Fast-Track Contact system. Following the initial contact by El Capitan, the association will assess the individual's eligibility and decide on membership approval.


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    EL Capitan – Supporting Cannabis Education, Awareness, and Scientific dissemination

    El Capitan does not promote or encourage cannabis consumption.
    El Capitan is deeply committed to promoting education, awareness, and scientific dissemination about cannabis. Recognizing the complex legal and social landscape surrounding cannabis, we provide accurate, research-backed information to demystify misconceptions and encourage informed decisions. Our approach is rooted in the belief that knowledge is the cornerstone of responsible consumption and advocacy. By fostering a culture of learning and open dialogue, we aim to contribute positively to the evolving discourse on cannabis, emphasizing its scientific, legal, and health aspects.

    Joining a Social Club

    Initial Contact

    The journey towards becoming a member of a Cannabis Social Club (CSC) often begins with an initial contact. For those who don't have a direct referral from an existing member, there are alternative ways to find and connect with a CSC:

    • Government Public Company Register: One reliable method is to consult the government's public company register. This register provides a list of all officially recognized social clubs. By accessing this database, individuals can find legitimate clubs in their area, ensuring compliance with legal standards.
    • Utilizing Services like 'El Capitan': Companies like 'El Capitán' offer a valuable service for those looking to connect with CSCs. They act as intermediaries by gathering the publicly available information from places like the official governments website, filtering it and then provide the contact information of various trustworthy and legal CSCs. It's important to note that such companies do not guarantee membership but rather facilitate the initial contact. According to the legal framework, they provide public information to clients interested in learning about cannabis and notify the CSC that someone is seeking information, adhering strictly to legal guidelines.
    • Online Platforms and Social Media: Many CSCs maintain an online presence through websites or social media platforms. While care must be taken to ensure these sources are legitimate and compliant with legal standards, they can be a useful resource for initial research and contact.
    • Local Community Forums and Networks: Engaging with local community forums or networks can also be a way to learn about CSCs. Sometimes word-of-mouth recommendations or discussions in community groups can lead to discovering a CSC.
    • Attending Cannabis-Related Events: Occasionally, attending legal and educational events related to cannabis can provide networking opportunities that may lead to connections with CSC members or administrators.

    It's crucial for those seeking membership to approach this process with a respect for legal boundaries and an understanding of the responsibilities and ethos of the CSCs. These clubs operate under strict legal guidelines and value the safety, privacy, and compliance of their members above all.

    In conclusion, while finding a CSC without knowing an existing member might require some additional effort, there are several legitimate avenues to explore. It's always recommended to approach this with a focus on education and compliance with the legal framework governing CSCs in Spain.

    Inside the Social Club

    Exploring a Cannabis Social Club (CSC) in Spain offers an experience that goes beyond just the use of cannabis. These clubs are designed as secure, private spaces, fostering a strong sense of community and collective responsibility. Let's delve deeper into what a CSC encompasses:

    CSCs are more than mere venues for consuming cannabis. They often mirror the ambiance of a community hub or a private retreat, where members exchange not only cannabis but also engage in meaningful conversations and share knowledge and experiences. The environment is typically laid-back and hospitable, aimed at providing a comfortable and secure setting for its members.

    Education is a fundamental element of the CSC culture. Numerous clubs conduct sessions covering various cannabis-related topics, including its legal aspects, health implications, and guidelines for safe use. These educational efforts aim to enlighten members and promote a conscientious use of cannabis.

    Many CSCs serve as venues for art exhibitions, musical performances, and cultural gatherings. These events underscore the club's function as a central point for community interaction, offering a stage for members to exhibit their artistic skills and partake in cultural exchanges.

    Certain CSCs also accentuate wellness, organizing activities like yoga, meditation, and discussions on mental health. This comprehensive approach underlines the club's dedication to the overall health and welfare of its members.

    In a CSC, the focus consistently remains on prudent and secure cannabis use. The clubs maintain policies and staff to ensure that consumption complies with legal standards and matches the individual's capacity.

    Cannabis Social Clubs in Barcelona

    Navigating Cannabis Social Clubs in Mallorca

    Discovering cannabis clubs in Mallorca is made straightforward with El Capitan's Social Club Map. While there are various methods to find cannabis in Mallorca, we strongly advise against risky alternatives, such as purchasing from street dealers. The safest and most legal approach is to seek membership in a private cannabis social club. For newcomers to Mallorca, locating these clubs can be challenging, which is why our map is an invaluable tool. It provides a comprehensive guide to all the nearby cannabis social clubs, helping you make informed and legal choices in your pursuit.

    Cannabis Social Clubs in Sevilla

    Is Cannabis Legal in Spain?

    Cannabis laws in Spain can be quite confusing for those who are not familiar with them. The country has a unique approach to cannabis use, possession, and cultivation that is different from many other countries around the world.

    First and foremost, it is important to understand that cannabis is not legal in Spain. However, it is not criminalized either. This means that the possession, consumption, and cultivation of cannabis are not considered criminal offenses in Spain. Instead, they are considered administrative offenses that are punishable by fines.

    The Spanish government has taken a more liberal approach to cannabis use, and has allowed the creation of private cannabis clubs. These clubs are organizations that are made up of members who consume cannabis together. They are not considered commercial entities, and are not allowed to sell cannabis. However, they are allowed to grow and distribute cannabis among their members.

    Cannabis Club vs. Coffee Shop

    In Spain, a Cannabis Club (CSC) is a non-profit organization that provides a private space for members to consume cannabis. These clubs are legally allowed to cultivate a limited amount of cannabis for their members and to distribute it among them. Members typically pay an annual fee to join.

    A cannabis coffee shop as you might know from amsterdam is a type of establishment that sells cannabis products, typically in areas where cannabis is legal. These shops may offer a variety of cannabis products for sale, such as pre-rolled joints, edibles, or cannabis-infused beverages, as well as traditional coffee and tea drinks.
    A Coffee Shop is usually not a space where you stay and smoke weed.


    Membership and Registration

    Most of the Cannabis Social Clubs in Spain only allow members over the age of 21. Theoretically you can purchase the Fast-Track Intro eventhough you are younger, but the Social Club will not let you in.

    Anyone who is at least 18 (in most cases even at least 21) who is recommended by an already existing Social Club Member.

    In Spain there is no official regulation that requires the residence of members to be in the same location as the CSC. Nevertheless most Social Clubs do not accept tourists as members because they want to stay a closed private social club for local members only. As a rule of thumb: If you find a Social Club online they tend to be more flexible when it comes to new members.

    For your initial visit, bring a valid government-issued ID to confirm your age and identity. Some clubs might also request a referral or an invitation from an existing member.

    Companies like 'El Capitán' offer a valuable service for those looking to connect with CSCs. They act as intermediaries by providing the contact information of various CSCs. It's important to note that such companies do not guarantee membership but rather facilitate the initial contact. According to the legal framework, they provide public information to clients interested in learning about cannabis and notify the CSC that someone is seeking information, adhering strictly to legal guidelines.

    El Capitan has a team which collects all that information, validates it with the social clubs, makes sure it's correct and tries to create the most seamless process possible. Therefore EL Capitan charges you in advance, so you won't have to go through that process later on.

    Cannabis Regulations and Laws

    It is illegal to carry and consume Cannabis in public. So theoretically you should not take Cannabis out of the Social Club. If you really want you obviously can - at your own risk.
    Keep in mind that the Social Clubs do not allow their members to take Cannabis out of the Social Club.

    Cannabis sales in social clubs are typically structured as a distribution of the club’s collective yield to its members, rather than a traditional purchase. At the entrance you have the option to deposit/invest however much money you would like. The amount you deposit will be registered on your Membership Card. Inside the Social Club you can obtain your desired strains and other products with your membership card.

    In Spain its only legal to consume Cannabis in private and controlled spaces. Therefore a Social Club must be a Private Club not open to the general public. If it were a open club, it would be illegal.

    You can buy weed in Spain from Cannabis Social Clubs. To find a Cannabis Social Club near you, look on this map.

    No, you are not allowed to consume weed on the streets. But you can sign up to become a member in a Cannabis social club where you can legally find and consume weed in Barcelona.
    Sign up here

    No Weed is not legal, but you are allowed to grow 2 plants in your private home and you can smoke and find cannabis in a Cannabis Social Club.

    In Spain you are allowed to grow up to 2 plants per person in your private home.

    In general yes, but Spain does have some very interesting laws that also support the consumption of cannabis. Read more here

    Best would be to contact El Capitan Brand directly and we are happy to consult you in your journey on opening up your first Cannabis Social Club in Spain!

    Spain is known for having some of the best Cannabis in the world. The prices vary from social club to social club and obviously aswell depending on the strain. Usually 1 gram of Weed goes over the counter for between 6 EUR and 15 EUR.

    A lot of people believe that a Social Club as we know it from Spain is the same thing as a Coffee Shop as we know it from Amsterdam. This is not true!
    A Social Club is a private members only Cannabis Smoking Club wheras a Coffee Shop is a public shop where anyone can purchase weed.

    Social Club Information

    The exact address can either be found in public records like the Governments official Company Registry or in the confirmation email by El Capitan after the purchase of a Fast-Track Contact.

    Each Social Club as different opening times. On our Mapyou can find the UpToDate opening times.

    Membership policies vary by club. Typically, membership at one club does not grant access to others. You may need to register separately at each club you wish to visit.

    The Membership Costs vary depending on the Social Club and City. Usually the memberships are between 20€ to 50€ per year.

    It is illegal to carry and consume Cannabis in public. So theoretically you should not take Cannabis out of the Social Club. If you really want you obviously can - at your own risk.
    Keep in mind that the Social Clubs do not like to see their members take Cannabis out of the Social Club and some Clubs even strictly forbid it.

    We have a team which works daily together with all the Social Clubs so that we can provide you with the best experience possible. We charge you in advance so that you will not have to go through that process later on.

    Club Access and Policies

    No, we help you prepare everything necessary before you visit the social club. If the social club does not let you in, it is in 99% of the cases because you didnt follow our guidelines. Follow our guidelines, treat the members with respect and you will have no troubles at all.

    You can find all the Social Clubs on our interactive map.