We all know that Ibiza is famed for its clubbing, partying and simply as an amazing holiday destination, but with several tragic but avoidable deaths each year across the island here are a few tips to help make your trip to Ibiza that little safer.
First and foremost look after your mates and those who are travelling with you, make memories that last a lifetime not nightmares.
You read about it everywhere, you see people tweeting about it and commenting on Facebook. Everyone that has ever been constantly goes on and on about it, but what exactly is it, What is the magic of Ibiza?
Is it simply those first few steps on the island, into the searing heat, feeling like you have reached your hearts true home?
Just a few steps away from Cala de Bou, nestled a little way back from the beach you will find Relish Restaurant & Lounge Bar in the Bay of San Antonio.
With a large indoor seating area including a small snug, a long bar for cocktails, a covered terrace with views over the beach and an outdoor terrace complete with pool, this restaurant is an ideal spot to recharge your batteries after a long night partying or a long day at the beach.
From a quick lite snack to a fully indulgent meal there is something for everyone on the menu, and for those missing a little taste of home they also do incredible Sunday Roasts. Read more
There are a multitude of “Sunset” boat trips you can take from Ibiza, but for the ultimate in welcoming, relaxing and above all excellent value for money, you cannot beat Chilli Pepper ChartersSan Antonio Ibiza.
Departing from the waterfront in San Antonio in the late afternoon, they gently sail out of the harbour and around the coast of Ibiza with soft music playing.
The welcome on-board is perfect and being a family run business they cater their trips to their passengers on board, whether it is young groups out for a good time, couples, or family groups with children and can take up to 20 people at a time.
One of the best loved and well known venues Ibiza Rocks Hotel is being refurbished for 2017 and looking at the changes they are bringing it bang up to date for everyone who visits whether you are staying in the hotel or attending one of their events.
The biggest change everyone will notice is that the stage is being repositioned (well actually put back to where it started) by 90 degrees so it is now directly opposite the VIP area.
This also provides more rooms with balconies with direct stage views and we think, will help to make more intimate shows with the performers. Ultimately making what is already an amazing atmosphere even better. Read more
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
We are all for saving a little money when in Ibiza here on the blog and Ocean Mania in San Antonio have announced a great early bird offer which helps do just that.
The water wipeout course located just off S’Arenal beach beside Ocean Beach is one of our firm favourites when in Ibiza with its obstacles and bouncy fun and we have lost many hours here with and without the kids.
This is truly an activity for all ages, all you need is to be a good swimmer and not afraid to fall in the water a few times. Read more
With the football season and the Ibiza season overlapping it’s important to know where you can catch the games, so here is our guide to where to watch football in San Antonio.
I mean, what can be better than an afternoon of top notch football, a beer in your hand and the sun blazing down surrounded by fellow supporters with all the football banter and mick taking you could ever need? Read more