Kasbah Sunset Bar Ibiza
Kasbah is an oasis of sumptuous Mediterranean-Fusion cuisine located in the ever flourishing town of San Antonio, Ibiza.
Basking in its warm, Mediterranean glow, the restaurant and bar which first opened its doors in 1995 sits peacefully behind Cala des Moro beach and is quite rightfully the number one sunset bar in Ibiza on Google.
Whilst it’s only a short stroll from the famous sunset strip, it seems a million miles away from the hustle and bustle which we are used to seeing in the summer months. Read more
The West End Ibiza
A video appeared last week from one of the candidates standing for election in San Antonio in the upcoming local Ibiza elections which shows HIS vision of the area going forward so could this be the future design for the West End Ibiza.
Marcos Serra who is standing for the PP has put forward these new proposals to change the look, feel and character of the West End if he and his party are elected on the 26th May. Read more
Nanjoes offers a spicy summer
Nanjoes offers you a spicy summer in San Antonio Ibiza by opening their first Piri Piri Chicken restaurant in the town and it’s on FIRE!
Brought to you by Joe and Tash from The Fish Ibiza, Nanjoes was originally their Wednesday Piri Piri chicken night which became so successful it was wanted more than just one night a week.
So Nanjoes was born – a dedicated restaurant offering a spicy summer 7 days a week with chicken based dishes alongside veggie and vegan options all with added spice. Read more
The West End Ibiza is about to change
With new regulations being voted on this week to restrict the hours and operations of a small part of San Antonio, Ibiza we ask is this the end or the beginning of the West End.
For those that are not aware the West End in San Antonio is several streets in the heart of the town comprising of lots of bars, takeaways and a few shops.
Over recent years the local council have been trying to clean up the area, firstly by banning PR’s (people who stand outside venues talking to the public to persuade them to enter their place of business), then restricting the hours of opening and especially the hours the terraces (seating areas outside) could be in place. Read more
The West End what is the answer?
It’s a bold headline but we do truly believe that the changes to the West End are destroying San Antonio, Ibiza, however, we also believe that by supporting the area and not condemning it, it could benefit the town as a whole.
For those that do not know the West End is a small area of San Antonio filled with bars, takeaways and nightclubs covering around 5 streets which are open daily from 10 am until 5 am.
It is the gathering point mostly but not exclusively for the young to enjoy cheap drinking and lots of laughs Read more
The promenade San Antonio Ibiza
Plans have been announced to connect Cala Gracio to Port des Torrent along the coast with a walkway and cyclepath.
The councils of San Antonio and Sant Josep have put forward the proposal to reinvigorate the coast along an 8km stretch to provide continuity and ease of access with the creation of a promenade and bike lane.
The project also includes extensions and improvements to the existing piers to improve maritime traffic as well as other visual improvements. Read more
San Antonio the jewel of Ibiza
A very well known DJ and radio presenter uttered these very words “San Antonio is a disappointment and an embarrassment” only last year and, whether you agree or not, it has been the view of many people over recent years.
However, San Antonio doesn’t take kindly to being dissed in this way, and as the 2017 summer season approaches a different message resonates from it’s narrow streets.
San Antonio is becoming the jewel of Ibiza and Europe and here are just 10 reasons why San Antonio is the place to be in 2017. Read more
Plans to pedestrianise San Antonio
The council yesterday met with traders and residents to put forward plans to pedestrianise the Old Town of San Antonio, Ibiza.
The plan is to pedestrianise the streets adjacent to the Plaza de la Iglesia and the West End, as well as to restrict traffic in other arteries of the centre during the summer months.
The closure will also include the Old Town, between Ramón and Cajal streets and Calle del Mar. The idea was trialled last year by the council, when between June and October, the streets of the Old Town surrounding the church, as well as others in the West End, were closed to traffic from 12 noon. Read more
San Antonio on the up
Despite all the negative press over recent years aimed squarely at San Antonio Ibiza, its fortunes are changing and one of the most reported issues has been in regards to old run down hotels with little or no investment over recent years.
However this is far from the truth of what is actually going on in the San Antonio hotel market with several already having undergone major refurbishments or have been taken over with planned makeovers ahead. Read more