Sunset Strip San Antonio Ibiza
The 1st of May is upon us and the countdown has started with everyone and everything moving at great pace. The last minute touches are being applied to the hotels, bars and restaurants.
The villas have been opened, their bars restocked, pools cleaned and carefully refilled ready for the first guests of the season.
From time to time you will see masses of seaweed washed up on the beaches of Ibiza. It is in actual fact not seaweed but a plant which has adapted to living under the ocean called Posidonia Oceanica.
More commonly know as “Neptune Grass” it grows in meadows under the sea throughout the Mediterranean.
Free Holiday to Ibiza
No this isn’t a competition to give away a free holiday… sorry.
However, there are ways to grab yourself a free, yes a FREE trip to the island and even get some spending money as well!
The downside is it will involve a little work on your part and convincing a few mates to go to Ibiza, although that bit shouldn’t be too difficult.
So read on to find out how you can enjoy a free holiday in Ibiza.
Holidaying in Ibiza
If you’re thinking of coming to Ibiza, be it for a short trip or a family holiday, here are our top reasons for visiting Ibiza.
Peak season is May to early October or visit out of season when the island is much quieter.
Tapas Ibiza San Antonio
San Antonio is renowned for being the party capital of Ibiza but it has a few hidden away gems if you are prepared to hunt them out.
Here are our three hidden gems in San Antonio Ibiza (a restaurant, an attraction and a beach) all worthy of hunting out on your next trip to the island.
Hidden Gem 1: Restaurant: Tapas Ibiza
Kids in Ibiza
This guide is a few examples of things to do with children in San Antonio Ibiza that we have enjoyed doing with our own children over the years.
From free to not so free there is something for all budgets and all ages to entertain and to keep them happy and contented while on holiday in Ibiza.
If you have any additions to this list please let us know below the article.
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San Antonio Egg
As a party hot spot San Antonio or to give it its full name Sant Antoni de Portmany has a bit of a reputation most people holidaying on Ibiza would think it’s the last place to stay once you reach a certain age. However we would disagree.
We are a middle-aged couple and have been staying in the resort for the last few years with and without our little ones.
Yes it still has the party areas, notably a few streets just off the waterfront called the West End and of course two Super Clubs near the famous Egg but apart from these areas and associated hotels San Antonio holds its own as a holiday destination suitable for all.