Azuline Hotel Pacific

The Azuline Hotel Pacific is in a prime spot for exploring Ibiza’s clubbing capital. By day, you can stroll across to the sandy seafront. By night, follow the music to reach San Antonio’s clubs.

When you choose to stay back at base, there’s plenty to enjoy. The hotel terrace is ideal for recharging your batteries. Four-poster daybeds are dotted around the walk-in pool and there’s a waterside snack bar.

You can load up on big buffets at the restaurant. Breakfast’s a blend of continental and cooked items, and dinner sees international dishes and Spanish classics.

Overview of San Antonio Town

In the 1980s, San Antonio Town was just a small fishing village, but now it’s almost unrecognisable from those days and is home to some of the biggest clubs in Europe. If you’re looking to book a holiday to Ibiza to party the night away, San Antonio Town is the place to be.

It’s not all about the nightlife here, though. You can lounge by the pool of the Azuline Hotel Pacific, play on the golden beach, take a boat trip or watch the sunset from a chill-out bar.

Things to do in San Antonio Town

The Azuline Hotel Pacific has a party postcode to be proud of because San Antonio Town’s bar-lined beach and marina are less than five minutes’ walk away. The beach is a relaxing place to spend a day soaking up the sun. You can catch a party boat or even take a boat tour around the island.

If you’re planning a trip to one of Ibiza’s trademark clubs, you’re in luck. This place is a couple of minutes’ walk from some of the White Isle’s biggest hitters. You don’t have to party at a superclub, however – San Antonio Town also has plenty of relaxing bars and chill-out spots on the Sunset Strip.

San Antonio Town is the king of clubbing. Get ready for a break where you can party morning, noon and night!

Resort Summary

Ibiza is the unrivalled king of clubbing and San Antonio Town is the place to be on the island with funky bars, huge clubs, amazing music and an atmosphere to match.

The Sunset Strip breaks you in gently with a line of chill out clubs and cafe bars including perhaps the most famous Ibiza venue Cafe del Mar. Along with firm favourite Cafe Mambo, you can have a bite to eat or sip a cocktail day or night. Set on the shores of the bay of Calo des Moro you’ll catch the most beautiful sunset views over the Mediterranean from the Sunset Strip. You can also hear warm-up sets from the likes of Tiesto and Pete Tong before they go on to play the big clubs.

From here, the West End is only a 10-minute walk to a big selection of pubs, bars and some of the smaller clubs, playing everything from indie to pop and harder dance tunes.

It’s along the seafront that the big clubs call home though. Among the superclubs are Eden and the glamorous Es Paradis, with its pyramid-shaped roof, an interior hanging with plants and a sunken area ripe for foam parties. Relative newcomer Plastik is a hip club patronised by Mark Ronson.

There’s also a regular disco bus throughout the summer season that will take you to any of the island’s super clubs from San Antonio’s main bus station and back again. As well as being a lot of fun, it’s only ‚¬3 each way, ideal for cheap holidays to Ibiza.