Located in the heart of the Balearic Islands in Spain, Ibiza is simply the most popular island in the world. Festive, multicultural, fun and cosmopolitan, Ibiza leaves no one indifferent. From its gigantic open-air clubs where the party begins at the end of the afternoon, to the internationally famous Pacha, Space or Amnesia where an atmosphere of madness reigns and even the most private afters in the upscale villas, the island that never sleeps promises a holiday of a very high standard.
Famous for its remarquable sunsets to be admired from the Café del Mar and especially the lively Café Mambo, San Antonio is one of the two most festive cities of Ibiza thanks to its club zone called "West End" where the party never stops. San Antonio is the city where you can spend a festive holiday at a reasonable price.
Located about fifteen kilometers from Eivissa, San Antonio takes shape in a long walk along a beautiful bay with at its ends a beach and a port. Many beautiful beaches and coves are accessible from San Antonio by bus or water taxi leaving directly from the port.
San Antonio has become famous thanks to establishments such as the Ibiza Rocks Hotel, a true festive hotel with music 24 hours a day but also the very affordable beach club "Ocean Beach". But what made the city of San Antonio especially famous are its mythical sunsets where all life stops and everyone enjoys this unique moment. The place where it all started is the Café del Mar, famous for its compilations of lounge music, but also the Mambo café belonging to the Pacha group, which brings the DJ Star, programmed at the Pacha each night, for a small half-hour each evening at the Mambo coffee.
At night, the center of San Antonio becomes very lively and the party begins in crowded bars where the prices are very accessible and allow all people unleash their inner party animal. Later in the night, the inevitable clubs of San Antonio "Es Paradis" and "Eden" take over until the early morning. If you want to go to other clubs The Privilege and Amnesia is 10 minutes away by discobus.
San Antonio is more suitable for chill/casual people where meeting people from all over the world is very easy and fast.
Playa d'en Bossa
Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular area for tourists visiting Ibiza. It has the largest sandy beach of Ibiza that extends to the salt manufactures located south of the city and close to the airport. It has Ibiza's most famous clubs and beach clubs, such as the Bora Bora Beach Bar, which is known thanks to the videos of planes landing at the nearby airport and passing just above the Bora Bora but also the very exclusive Ushuaia Hotel and Hard Rock Hotel. The unavoidable Space is also on Playa d'en Bossa.
Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular area of Ibiza; it has many hotels at medium and high prices.
It is unquestionably the most charming and charismatic city on the island of Ibiza. The capital of the island commonly known as Eivissa is all that is most typical and interesting to visit. During the day a visit of its narrow streets sheltering many trendy shops is a must-see. The discovery of the historic citadel of Eivissa overlooking the port is also a very nice walk.
As soon as night falls you can enjoy a small terrace around the old port to start the evening watching the many parades announcing the different parties mythical clubs of the island. The many lively bars in this area are a good starting point for the evening. The famous Pasha is on the port of Eivissa.
ACTIVITES ON SITE
4h boat party with club entrance in the evening
We have selected a series of hostels, apart’hotels and hotels in Playa d'en Bossa and San Antonio to suit all tastes and budgets.
San Antonio (you will find the cheapest hotels and best value for money) :
Small budget hotels:
- Hostal Ferrer (Hostel)
- Azuline Hotel Galfi**
- The Red Apartments by Ibiza Feeling (Appart’hotel) - ADULT ONLY
- Azuline Hotel Mar Amantis I & II*** (all inclusive hotel)
- Invisa Es Pla***
- Puchet ***sup
- Ibiza Rocks Apartments***
- Ibiza Rocks Hotel*** - ADULT ONLY
- Sol House Ibiza****
- THB Ocean Beach****sup - ADULT ONLY
Special Gay ONLY Hotel at San Antonio : The Purple by Ibiza Feeling
Playa d’en Bossa :
- Garbi Ibiza & Spa****
- The new Algarb**** (all inclusive hotel)
- Ibiza Sun Apartments****
- Sirenis Tres Carabellas**** (all inclusive hotel)
- Torre Del Mar****sup
- Hard Rock Hotel*****
Ibiza is full of beautiful beaches often mixing fine sand and turquoise waters. Wether it’s long stretches of beach like Las Salinas, where at its end is the legendary pregame spot "Sa Trincha" located south of Playa d'en Bossa, or Cala Jondal and Cala d'Hort, wild and authentic beaches that can not leave indifferent, or on the legendary Cala Conta near San Antonio famous for its sunsets; the island of Ibiza will not fail to surprise you if you search for beautiful beaches. Chiringuitos will offer you meals or drinks at very affordable prices and at any time. Overall Ibiza is full of beautiful beaches and coves that allow you to relax before or after a few rather hectic nights.
Its reputation precedes the island, Ibiza is mainly known for its legendary clubs. For about 5 months Ibiza becomes the nerve center of the clubbing planet and all the promoters compete ingenuously to offer you unforgettable evenings. The majority of clubs are grouped in three parts of the island. Playa d'en Bossa hosts the gigantic Space but also the Ushuaia. There also started to be chatter about the Hard Rock Hotel, located in Playa d'en Bossa. On the city of Eivissa, on the port is the institution of the night, the Pasha! The city of Eivissa, has many lively bars for the evening.
At about 10 km from Playa d'en Bossa and Eivissa is San Rafel where Amnesia and the largest club in the world, the Privilege, are located. Discobuses departing from many points of the island including Playa d'en Bossa and San Antonio allow you to go to San Rafel.
And of course, on the other end of the island about 15-18 km from Eivissa and Playa d'en Bossa are Eden and Es Paradis both San Antonio clubs.
The best time to go to Ibiza is between May and October. The country enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. We often have good surprises in May since temperatures can reach 25-30°C during the day. The proximity of the sea make the heat comfortable even at night.
We are in Spain, so the locals speak essentially Spanish. Thanks to the boom in tourism in the country, you will be able to communicate with them in English as well. French is also a little spoken by people who are in contact with tourists but you’ll have to prefer English and Spanish.
The currency is the Euro. The exchange rate at the airport is not interesting, it is better to withdraw money directly on the spot at ATMs. Please remember to contact your bank before your departure to know the amounts of bank fees which will be applied to you abroad.
Check with the consulate of the country of destination whether a residence visa is required, but also with any countries crossed if a transit visa is required.