One of the most happening islands in the Mediterranean, Ibiza is a drawcard for clubbers whose main intention on their holiday is to sleep all day and party all night. Ibiza is well set up to cater for their needs, the beautiful beaches offering the ideal place to sizzle and snooze in the sunshine, andmore
Best holiday ever!!! - Bedford Boys. Date of travel: Jul 2008
Went to Ibiza with 8 other lads and had an amazing time. We went with 2wentys and stayed at the Ibiza Rocks. The hotel was amazing rooms are nothing special but the pool and bar areas were good fun and everyone was up for a bit of fun. Also it was about a 5 minute walk to the main nightlife. The only thing I found was as an 18 year old I felt quite young compared to most. The majority of people seemed around 23-25 so not the youngest place to go. Went to Amnesia, Privelige, Eden. Loved all of them Tiesto at Privilege was the best night I have ever had. All the bars offered good deals like one who offered a pint of vodka red bull and a shot for 5 Euros. Also Rehab was a good bar which although not the cheapest for 20 Euros, if you're not clubbing that is, you can get drinks all night without having to pay. Overall one of the best holidays I have ever had. Would love to go back.
ibiza the place to be - kellie. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Ibiza is very lively and suitable for all ages. Plenty to do and something for everyone. The beach is gorgeous and the sea really warm. I stayed in Playa Den Bosa and I recommend Sports Cafe for food and Murphys for a night out.
I loved Ibiza - Tads. Date of travel: Jul 2007
The bars and clubs are great but the west end is the pits! Most places are open until 2-4am and then everyone ends up in the west end (worst end) until 6am. The food isn't great and the drink is expensive.
I loved Ibiza - Sian Davies. Date of travel: Jul 2007
Its not the cleanest place that I have been to, but that is not to say that it's dirty. The beach next to the hotel is a manmade beach but it doesn't matter because the sand isn't stoney and the water is absolutely fab. There are a few places in my opinion that are a MUST...Cafe Mambo in Ibiza Town, you have to get there (preferably by Taxi) by about 6 o'clock and get ready to chill out because it is the best view ever. You are right on the beach drinking cocktails, and eating really, really nice Tapas, or pasta, or steak, or fish... also if you like your clubbing then 'Privilige' is a must because it's the biggest club in the world, it's an absolutley awesome experience. There are loads of clubs though for whatever taste in music that you have. You've got to go if you like to party, you'll love it!!!
Playa d'en Bossa - Danielle Hayes and friends. Date of travel: Jul 2006
It was my first time abroad and I would recommend Playa d'en Bossa to anyone and I would go again.we went to a few bars and the best one of all was Murphy's the irish bar. The live band played every night and were excellant every night. Most Irish bands usually play the same music every night but this band didn't. They were the Murphy brothers. Very funny and absolutely brilliant musicians. We also went to Moby Dicks and the bar manager was some craic. He always made u laugh and the dj was great too. They went around taking photos of every one and put them up on a big screen in the pub. We also went to Big Bens karaoke bar. Probably the best karaoke ar there.
Off the hook - Tracey Thomas. Date of travel: Aug 2005
Off the hook
Well it's true what they say about Ibiza being the wild one: This island is as crazy as you want it to be or as lazy as you wish. Met a lot of nice people from all over the world and had a blast. The clubs were totally off the hook and we saw Paris Hilton, Lenny Kravits, P-Diddy and a few others that I heard were there. Most were seen at Club Pacha and Amnesia. It is a pricey island but the food is worth it. Tour Operator: itravel
Charlotte P. Date of travel: Jul 2005
I went to Ibiza for a crazy clubbing holiday, and boy did I get it! I had a fantastic time, went everywhere and did everything. I was pleasantly surprised by Ibiza also, I had been expecting to see a lot of the supposed lager lout 18-30 culture but everyone in the clubs were pretty cool and I never saw anyone lying in the street after a night out or anything like that! I had a great time but Ibiza is VERY EXPENSIVE. I took £500 spending money for a week and struggled immensely to do everything. I would also have gone for two weeks if I could; if you go for a week you're just tryin to get stuff done all the time and end up knackered! If you want a relaxing chill out holiday, don't go to Ibiza. Tour Operator: Escapades, Thomson
The real Ibiza - Paul Davis. Date of travel: Jul 2004
Get away from San Antonio and the other package resorts and you'll discover the real Ibiza. Ibiza Town is a must visit, and not just for the excellent nightclubs and casinos. The medieval old town is magnificant and is the perfect place to spend the evening, wandering around the shops and enjoying the delicious restaurants which have more on offer than just beans and chips!
pat norton. Date of travel: Jun 2004
Santa Eulalia is a lovely resort for young or old so long as you are not looking for wild night life though plenty within a taxi ride to Ibiza Town or San Antonio. The resort is clean adn safe with a lovely beach and access by local bus or ferry to many lovely spots around the east coast. Marina Area really nice at night . The hotel is great close to marina and beach and the hotel food fantastic and the staff some of the friendliest I have met. Geared to a quieter holiday as entertainment more suited to the older person but plenty bars around if this does not suit. Nice pool Tour Operator: thomsons
melanie turner. Date of travel: Jun 2004
ibiza-clubbers paradise!!!the west end was rough but the town was full of fantastic restaurants. most of the best clubs are outside of san antonio and can be quite costly in a taxi. bora bora beach is a must but definately not for kids. we stayed in the bay away from the town as we wanted to be away from the hustle and bustle, however it was only a 15 min walk to the town. i would recommend getting your tickets off the web to the major clubs before you go cause you can get ripped off!!! Tour Operator: first choice
Has anyone on this site even been to ibiza? - Anonymous. Date of travel: Jan 1970
I've been to Ibiza every year since 2001 now. For the person who said the food is the pits and the drink is expensive, and that everybody ends up in the West End because everywhere else shuts at 4! Did you even leave San An. San An is just the outpost for the chavvy Brits who like to get sloshed and act like idiots. The real and cool action in Ibiza is in Ibiza Town and surrounding area. Pacha, Space, DC10, El Divino, all some of the coolest, most glamorous and chic clubs in the world, at the forefront of dance music and with the best DJs in the world. Expensive, granted, drinks are 15 euros each in these clubs now, but you get what you pay for, the drink all over San An is cheap, as is San An! Sometimes it winds me up that Brits go to Ibiza to stay in San An where it is the pits and just full of other Brits, but then I think, actually, nah, keep them there, and let the beautiful and cool Europeans enjoy the rest of Ibiza like they have been since the 80s. Ibiza has been cool since the 80s, long before Ibiza Uncovered made San An appeal to the Carlin and Burger parade!!!!! Oh, and Ibiza also has some of Europe's best restaurants. Pricey, yeah, but again, you get what you pay for!!!!!
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