Partying In Ibiza
Summer can mean only one thing – clubbing season in Ibiza is upon us!
Sunkissed skin, flip flops, golden hair, endless nights, and lazy days … ahhh bliss!
Of course, most people head to the White Isle for a spot of serious partying, and Ibiza certainly lives up to its name as the clubber’s capital. San Antonio is home to Es Paradis, one of the biggest clubs on the island, as well as being a beautiful place to spend time during the day. The famous Sunset Strip is also here, and you can’t head all this way and not sit and watch the famous Ibiza sunset, with a cocktail in hand, sat at Café del Mar or one of the other similar relax and chill out points.
You’re going to want to visit a superclub or two, aren’t you? Well you’re going to have to pay to get in, but it’s worth it, and let’s face it, you’re on holiday! Pacha, Space, Amnesia, Privilege to name a few, are all close by, and there is a nightly party bus that runs the length of the main party spots on the island, meaning you can get there and back pretty easily, without having to shell out on a taxi every night.
Ibiza Town is another popular spot on the island, with plenty of restaurants and bars for a change from the massive clubs, if you prefer a slightly less raucous night out.
Now, you’re going to want to kick back on a beach at some point, if nothing else to try and sleep off some of the previous night’s partying, and in that case you won’t be struggling to find a spot. Ibiza has some of the best beaches in this region of the world, with water-sports to cool yourself down too.
Playa d’en Bossa is anther popular place you might find yourself heading if you’re booking a package holiday to Ibiza. Rivalling San Antonio, Playa d’en Bossa is the resort closest to superclub Space, as well as having arguably one of the best beaches. Chilled out Bora Bora is a great alternative for nightlife, and you’ll find many different cheap options for accommodation.
How do you choose between resorts? Well you basically find the cheapest deal and head there, because let’s face it, Ibiza is a small island, so nowhere is going to be too far away if you want to get out of your particular resort for a while. If you’re partying, which, come on, most people do when visiting Ibiza, then the party bus is your godsend.
Party on people, party on!