One of the best loved activities in San Antonio Ocean Mania Ibiza has a new course for 2018 and it is truly spectacular.
Those that do not know what Ocean Mania is, it’s a watery wipeout style assault course full of bouncy fun, grab handles, obstacles, slides and so much more.
For 2018 the whole course has been completely redesigned and returns bigger, better with all new obstacles, longer slides and the biggest iceberg Ibiza has ever seen. Read more
Imagine the setting, you are locked in a room with a group of friends or family, surrounded by props, a clock starts, a 60 minute countdown to an unknown fate.
Can you work together to search the room for clues, solve the riddles, decipher the puzzles, complete the challenges and escape the room before the time runs out?
This is the concept of a fantastic new attraction in Ibiza Town called Escape Rooms Read more
We love the water wipeout course in San Antonio bay. Ocean Mania is great fun for all the family and comes with lots of laughs and inevitably a few splashes or two.
Since its inception in 2014 they have been working hard each year to add and improve the course to make it more fun and a little more challenging.
This year is no exception and they have installed a brand new course, which includes many of the old favourite obstacles, the Iceberg of Doom, Last Push Hill and the Slide of Glory. Read more
Located to the north west of San Antonio the Aquarium is a great place to lose an afternoon.
It has a little bar and terrace which is a perfect place to relax and watch the world go by as you enjoy the peace and quiet a away from the hustle and bustle of San Antonio.
The terrace is also where the Ferry arrives/departs to and from San Antonio Read more
One of the mainstays of the island are the hippies who travelled across to the island in the 1960s and started the revolution that has made Ibiza what it is today.
As much as the hedonistic lifestyle is not the first thing to come to mind when you think of Ibiza, the Hippy Markets are thriving, Read more
Aguamar, Ibiza’s biggest water park is a great place to spend a day splashing, sliding or soaking up the Ibizan sun.
Where: Playa d’en Bossa
When: Daily 10am – 6pm (mid May – September)
The Sunset Strip is, without doubt, one of my favourite places to go on Ibiza to watch the sun sink beneath the waves.
It is an iconic setting, just away from the main San Antonio harbour and is easily reached on foot along the coastal footpath.
Es Vedra is one of those unique spots in the world that takes your breath away every time you see it.
Located just off the coast of Ibiza near Cala d Hort, the huge limestone rock towers up from the crystal clear sea and is shrouded in mystery and legend.
Whether you are a regular visitor to San Antonio or arriving for the first time, wandering around the narrow streets you cannot help but notice the massive artworks adorning the sides of many of the towns buildings.
Called the Open Air Gallery, it has been created as part of the island’s renowned Bloop International Proactive Arts Festival which has taken place annually since 2011 and runs from late July through to mid-August bringing art to masses across Ibiza with a series of events and exhibitions. Read more
Where: Along the promenade beside Ocean Beach Club
When: Daily approximately every 30 minutes
Tickets are available for Ocean Mania here.
Walking between San Antonio Bay and San Antonio Harbour you cannot help but notice the orange, white and blue inflatables floating in the bay. This my friends is Ocean Mania, an assault course on water. Read more