Ibiza Super Club
Most if not all of us remember going to clubs in our younger years (80s and early 90s) and even being dragged out on the odd stag / hen do since those days.
The over driven speakers playing the latest cheesy chart hits one after the other, the drinks flowing and spilling, the insane shouting to be heard and the inevitable kebab on the way home. We all did it for a few years then we settled down got a real job, a mortgage a little one or two and the everyday humdrum began.
A golden opportunity for San Antonio
Times are changing for the Ibiza clubbing world but could this offer up a golden opportunity for San Antonio’s two Super Clubs?
With Space closing its doors for the last time only a few weeks ago and the big news of the week that Pacha group has been sold off to a private equity company, the face of Ibiza clubbing is set to change forever.
Without doubt there will be big changes at both clubs Space will become “Ushuaia by Night” or similar – a more VIP, more stylish venue about offering a complete EDM theme park experience with outdoor clubbing at the Ushuaia Hotel and then continuing after party across the road. Read more
Triple B Blogger
We first discovered the lovely Triple B (Priya) through her travel blog where she documents her adventures across the world in-between her studies at university. She also has a deep love of Ibiza and jumped at the chance to share her favourite places on the island with us here at The White Isle as follows.
I love talking/writing about my travels, and what better topic for this post than Ibiza? Even though I have been lucky enough to visit Ibiza three times, there are still so many places I am yet to visit, but for now, these are the places that I just have to visit when I’m on the crazy island! Read more
San Antonio Bust Station, The Start
Culture is not the first word that comes to mind when you think of San Antonio, famed for its parties and nightlife. But dig a little deeper and there are some cultural gems to be found both modern and much older.
This is an easy walk, which is best done early evening to enjoy it to its full potential; it takes around 2 hrs (3km).
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.