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
Avenida del Doctor Fleming
San Antonio, Ibiza –
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.
Primarily British expats and travelers with a smattering of families and older couples, late teens and up.
A range of electronic music at most of the bars and cafés.
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.
Menu €6–€10. Beer €2.50, cocktails €6.50.
Any time before the bars close.
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.