Brisa Hotel

The spacious bedrooms at the Brisa Hotel all come with a balcony or a terrace and an en suite bathroom, and air con is available, too.

Music is played all day at the hotel, so you can party by the large pool. There’s also a pool bar where you can grab drinks and snacks, or if you’d rather stay out of the sun, you can play table tennis, pool and video games indoors.

In the morning, you can help yourself to a continental breakfast or pay a little extra for a cooked option. For other meals, head to the pool bar.

Overview of San Antonio Town

Holidays to Ibiza are known for their party-hard credentials, but San Antonio Town is the party capital and puts other resorts firmly in the shade.

By day, you can lounge around the pool at the Brisa Hotel, enjoy a day on the beach or even catch a boat tour to explore the island. But it’s in the evening when San Antonio Town really comes into its own, and the parties continue until the sun comes up!

Things to do in San Antonio Town

With a stay at the Brisa Hotel, you’re in the heart of the action. The resort has a big connection with the water and you can reach Calo des Moro Beach in only a couple of minutes on foot.

For a relaxing evening, head to the marina. You can take a sunset boat tour, but most people come here to watch the sunset with a few freshly-mixed cocktails and an evening meal. When you want to turn the volume up, head to the West End for a great selection of pubs and bars. If you don’t want the party to end, many of the superclubs line the beach.

Enjoy 24-hour fun with a stay in San Antonio Town. The resort’s a hub for revellers from all across Europe who are drawn to the world-class DJ sets and swanky waterfront bars.


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.