Perfectly positioned in the Med and well-known as the holy grail of clubbing, Ibiza is a wonderland for any holidaymaker. Those looking to experience authentic clubbing, Ibiza is a rite of passage for many.
Even though it is the clubbing capital of the world, many holidaymakers are put off with the typical associations of high cost and prices on the White Isle.
So let us break it down for you and show you why you should make Ibiza your holiday destination this summer. In the words of Fatboy Slim, right here and right now…
Our advice for club/event tickets is EARLY BIRD. Sign up to newsletters to be notified of any announcements of tickets… so you get yours for almost half the price of entry on the door! Another price conscious point is purchasing drinks in clubs, where you can expect to pay around 20€ for a spirit and mixer. So if you are on a budget, pre-drink your way to the party buying alcohol beforehand at the Ibiza Rocks Hotel supermarket.
For accommodation, whether you want a basic room to sleep and shower in or a room with a view (Sonny Fodera dropping sun-drenched beats at Cuckoo Land) prices start from as little as £40 per person per night.
The Ibiza season spans across 6 long months, starting in May and all the way through until October. Each week nearly every venue and club offers partygoers a selection of events of all tastes, so no matter when you come there are plenty of options across the island.
July and August are firm favourites with those looking to experience hot weather and even hotter parties.
When the word Ibiza is mentioned the first thought across some people’s mind are images of people being sick in bins on street corners, empty bottles all over the floor and general party mess. However, it is quite the opposite. We can’t promise that you won’t find the occasional punter throwing up on a street corner, but we can promise that it has surpassed island cleanliness tests in recent years.
Often tainted with the bad rep due to its popularity with the Brits and the awful tagline of ‘Brits abroad’, San An really is somewhat of a little gem. Around the resort, there are frequent cleaners and the West-end is cleaned thoroughly every morning after the party-goers move on. This extends further to the extent of beaches; the islands public health department issue inspectors to nearly all the islands beaches and daily checks are in place to make sure the sands and seas are litter-free.
This all goes hand-in-hand with proving the islands general attitude to preserving its full glory on every level, but don’t just take our word for it, book and come and see first hand for yourself.