San Antonio Beach

Beach / Nightlife Area / Outdoor Activity
San Antonio Beach Situated between the town of San Antonio and the line of hotels stretching endlessly south is San Antonio Beach, a combination of well-maintained promenade on one side and a half-mile-long man-made beach on the other. Ibiza Spain 38.978573 1.306713
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Party Earth Review Situated between the town of San Antonio and the line of hotels stretching endlessly south is San Antonio Beach, a combination of well-maintained promenade on one side and a half-mile-long man-made beach on the other... ... read full review

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    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth San Antonio Beach Review

The Scene

Situated between the town of San Antonio and the line of hotels stretching endlessly south is San Antonio Beach, a combination of well-maintained promenade on one side and a half-mile-long man-made beach on the other.

Situated between the town of San Antonio and the line of hotels stretching endlessly south is San Antonio Beach, a combination of well-maintained promenade on one side and a half-mile-long man-made beach on the other.

Popular with a mostly British crowd, the area is home to a multitude of bars and cafés where many of the beachgoers start their cycle of partying.

By day the scene consists mainly of sunbathers sipping cocktails on the sand and listening to the music from the livelier venues, or lying motionless in an attempt to recover from the previous night’s festivities. Those who wake up with a bit more energy, however, will find plenty of surfside sports to entertain them.

As the day wears on and turns to night, the promenade becomes a hotbed of activity as the pubs and clubs begin to rev up for another big night and frenzied crowds descend on the strip in search of the rowdiest party in town.

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Tip from Lucas:

Check out one of the all-you-can-eat-and-drink barbecue sailboat cruises that leave out of San Antonio port around noon. There are various operators, but the café staff on the strip often know about the best deals.

  • Crowd

    Primarily British expats and travelers with a smattering of families and older couples, late teens and up.

  • Entertainment / Music

    A range of electronic music at most of the bars and cafés.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Most of the cafés along the strip are cash only, and provide a menu of burgers, fries, and curry dishes. Scuba diving near the Hotel Palmyra (Avenida del Doctor Fleming, 18). Booze cruises and parasailing in the harbor.

  • Prices

    Menu €6–€10. Beer €2.50, cocktails €6.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual/beachwear.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any time before the bars close.

  • Close By

    The Orange Corner (San Antonio Beach Promenade: 2-4 Avenida del Doctor Fleming) is a go-to place for beer, a beach chair, and an affordable lunch at the café. Tulp (Avenida del Doctor Fleming, 16) is good for cocktails, while Itaca (Avenida del Doctor Fleming, 8) is perfect for a beachside pre-party at dusk.

San Antonio Beach User Reviews

Average rating:
Best beach in the world
Emma L. Apr 22, 2013
There is no beach in the world that offers holiday-makers a better mix between partying and relaxing than San Antonio. In the day there is endless lines of sunbathers- quiet a few topless - all recovering from the night before. A distant sound of ambient house music beams from the rows of bars positioned beside the white sandy beach. This is also a good time to pick up a ticket for whichever super-club you want to head to that night. Reps make there way between groups selling offers normally with a cocktail included. Don't forget to barter with them because they will often come down in price. Despite the heat, there was still a few games being played by the clear blue sea. We started a little beach volley ball session making a line in the sand. By the end of the game we had people from all over Europe joining in. At night this same stretch of dramatic coasts transforms into a clubber's haven. The bars, all with sea views, allow people to kick back with a cocktail and look out to the ocean. Or if you prefer to look at beautiful girls dancing in bikinis most bars hire a few to dance by their in-door swimming pools. It was a real utopia and I can't wait for the season to start up again this year.
Where the paradise is
Yu S. Feb 11, 2013
It's such a beautiful beach in Ibiza, the most wonderful island in the world. If you book a hotel near the beach, you can reach there in a few min. During a day, I enjoyed a super nice weather and tanning on the beach. Also, There are many good restaurants along the beach. You should try Paella!!!! It was quite expensive, but so delicious. Supermarkets in Ibiza carries a bit strange products, which contain a basket, straws, a bottle of drink. I saw people buy it and poured an alcohol into a basket. Then, people were sucking it up through straws. I had never seen those things. At night, I had a great time in the pub and had a many opportunities to make a friend. Ibiza is very nice place to go travel with friends or girlfriend.
Best Vacation Spot
Gabe L. Aug 7, 2012
My friends and I booked a hotel by San Antonio beach without knowing which city to stay in on the island, and we definitely lucked out. San Antonio Beach is lively all the time. During the day British tourists are tanning and playing paddle ball in the ocean, and along the boardwalk club promoters are handing out wristbands for the night, vendors are giving henna tattoos, and restaurants are serving delicious paella. At night, flocks of people wander up and down to pregame at beach bars before heading to the megaclubs. The weather was beautiful, the people were beautiful, and the fun never ended here.
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