and open-air music venue.
San Antonio has without doubt the more wild nightlife, with streets filled with bars and clubs. The clubs to mention in San Antonio are Eden and esParadis, both holding daily parties with some of the biggest international DJs. San Antonio is also home to the sunset strip with Cafe Del Mar, Mambos and Savannas perched on the end of Ibiza with stunning views to the Balearic sea, and of course the famous Ibiza sunset. San Antonio has a wise selection of self catering apartments with less focus on luxury unlike Playa D’en Bossa. Ibiza Rocks Hotel holds gigs every Wednesday night in the summer, with free after-parties at esParadis.
So if you’re looking for a more relaxed holiday with some of Ibiza’s best beach bars and clubs on your doorstep, then Playa D’en Bossa it is. If you’re likely to be making the most of the Ibiza party culture – then San Antonio it is. Whichever resort you stay in though, you’ll have a brilliant time.
What are drink prices like in Ibiza?
As you’re probably aware, Ibiza is not cheap, however with a bit of cunning you are able to save yourself a lot of money. The main thing to bear in mind is that drinks in the clubs are expensive and should be avoided if at all possible. an example of this is that a bottle of water can cost €8-10, with a vodka and coke nearing €20. Drinks prices at the bars are a lot more reasonable and you should make use of the reps outside each bar, they’ll often be able to give you a special offer on drinks such as buy one get one free, or free shots. Expect to pay from €5-7 for a cocktail, €3 for a bottle of beer and not a lot for a shot, although these prices vary heavily from each bar. Make use of the PRs!
What’s there to do in Ibiza?
Are you mad? Well, for a start there is water sports including jet skis, paragliding, banana boats, speedboat rides. There are numerous boat trips you can take, from an all-out booze cruise, to a more sedate catamaran journey. There’s a water park in Playa D’en Bossa called Agua Mar. You can watch the sunset go down from the sunset strip before heading into the San Antonio strip for bars and clubs. If diving is more your thing then there’s the opportunity to explore the beautiful Ibiza waters.
What’s the weather like?
Hot… well most of the time. Temperatures are in the mid twenties to thirties in the summer months, and from 9-20ºc in the cooler winter months. For a better guide of what the weather’ll be like when you’re going, visit our Ibiza Weather page, and nearer the the time, have a look at our 4-day forecast.