Mar Y Vent

The Mar Y Vent is a great base for any party enthusiast looking to hit the best clubs in San Antonio Town.

The modern, all-white rooms are kitted out with modern amenities, including flat-screen TVs, walk-in showers and key cards. You also get your own kitchenette so you can rustle up meals whenever you like.

Before you go out in the evening, there’s a great bar for pre-drinks. If you’re staying in instead, there’s also a games room with pool tables and an air hockey table.

During the day, you can rest your head and work on your tan on the loungers by the small pool.

Overview of San Antonio Town

Back in the 1980s, San Antonio Town was a remote fishing village. But now, it has been transformed into a nightlife destination that’s famous the world over.

Despite the development San Antonio Town’s maintained its connections with the water. When you head to San Antonio Town on your holiday to Ibiza, you can spend days relaxing on the golden beaches, taking a boat trip from the marina and watching the sun set over the water from one of the chilled-out bars. But remember, when the sun dips below the horizon, the party really starts.

Things to do in San Antonio Town

The Mar Y Vent is perfectly located for making the most of Ibiza’s famous sunsets. The hotel’s right next to the Sunset Strip, which is also home to some of the island’s biggest clubs. The West End and San Antonio Town’s best beaches are only a short stroll away, too.

In the evening, you have the choice of funky bars, relaxing pubs and some of the world’s largest clubs. Most of the largest clubs are on the seafront, so you can enjoy the sunset with a drink in your hand.

Have the very best of San Antonio Town on your doorstep with a stay at the Mar Y Vent.

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.