Ses Savines Hotel

Ses Savines hotel is in a great spot slap-bang on the beach in San Antonio Bay, making it the perfect place to relax. The pool enjoys brilliant sea views and also includes a kids’ section. A terracotta-tiled sun terrace is dressed with sun loungers and seating and is a real sun trap throughout the day. If hunger strikes, you’ll find a buffet restaurant that serves up enough international dishes to keep everyone happy, while there are also snacks, cocktails and ice cream available from the bar. Evening entertainment includes karaoke and live performances, with a kids’ disco so the little ones don’t feel left out. Rooms at the hotel are comfortable and come with satellite TV. Upgrading to a room with a balcony or terrace and sea views is also possible.

Overview of San Antonio Bay, Ibiza

San Antonio Town’s low-key neighbour, San Antonio Bay is made up of five sandy bays blessed with shallow waters and golden sand. It’s the perfect place for laid-back beach days and long music-fuelled nights. The resort has a brilliant mix of bars, restaurants and boutiques – which is probably why visitors flock back to the resort year after year. Thanks to Ibiza’s compact size, exploring the rest of the island from San Antonio is a cinch. Ibiza Town, with its bars, clubs and restaurants, is just 16.5km away. To make it even easier to pack everything in, regular buses run between the island’s resorts.

Things to do in San Antonio Bay, Ibiza

The action in San Antonio is firmly centred on the beaches by day, and on the clubs and bars in the centre of town by night. During your stay at Ses Savines Hotel, why not spend a day exploring the resort’s beaches? Walking the length of the bays takes about 40 minutes on foot, and there’s also a number of spots in the resort offering ferry trips – providing the perfect opportunity to take plenty of photos of the breathtaking coastline. As night falls, head to the centre of San Antonio town and do some bar hopping, before going on to one of the island’s famous clubs. Party buses run frequent services across the resort, making it easy to explore the nightlife on offer. If beach holidays served with a helping of wild nights out appeal to you, then a holiday to Ibiza ticks all the boxes.


Resort Summary

The area is, in fact, made up of more than one sandy bay, so when you decide to take a stroll away from All Inclusive hotels Ibiza, you get to take your pick of places to lounge peacefully, take part in water sports or sit and watch the best sunset on the island. The shoreline has a good scattering of cool bars, cafes and restaurants, which generally keep things on the down-low. You can see the big clubs and party bars of San Antonio Town across the water, and might want to try a few while you’re there, but they’re far enough away so you can’t hear them.