We recently spent the week on the gorgeous island of Ibiza (we’ve been back exactly a week and all I want to do is go back!). We stayed in the San Antonio area and would 100% recommend this to anyone who is unsure as to where to stay. It’s full of bars, restaurants and clubs (a cab ride away from some of the bigger clubs like Amnesia).
I didn’t take my DSLR so wasn’t really able to do a proper photo diary (I did do a mini one on my Instagram if anyone is interested) so instead I thought I would sum up some of my favourite places in the area.
Reggae Reggae Beach (Facebook page here)
We were recommended this beach by one of the reps at our hotel and we are so glad we visited. You can access the beach in a boat taxi which cost about €5 for a return trip and takes less than 10 minutes. The beach has around 3/4 cafe’s and bars where you can grab some cocktails and lunch but the awesome thing about this beach is the reggae reggae bar at the far end of the beach. The bar is surrounded by brightly colour beanbags and straw umbrellas so it’s the perfect place to spend the day relaxing. The bar serves a tonne of different cocktails and a few snacks like burgers and hotdogs. I’d recommend a frozen strawberry margarita and the rasta shots.
Cafe Mambo was also recommended to us by a friend who had visited Ibiza a few times before. It’s a famous restaurant if you want to watch the sunset as it overlooks the sea and the views are stunning. We didn’t end up booking a table for the sunset but we did stop off here numerous occasions for cocktails as well as breakfast. This is the perfect place for breakfast and some fruit juice after a night in Ibiza; they serve several breakfast items from a full English to smashed avocado and toast.
Cafe Del Mar
This was probably my favourite bar/restaurant in Ibiza and I didn’t manage to get any decent photos of this gorgeous place (cry). We discovered this place by accident as it sits right next to Cafe Mambo on the seafront. This bar has a really chilled out vibe with some very yummy cocktails and food. It always seemed to be a busy place but we were never turned away and ate here on several occasions. If you don’t fancy a ‘hard night out’, then sitting here with a cocktail and some food while looking out across the sea and listening to some chilled music is a pretty perfect way to spend your evening.
I did end up posting a few photos on my Instagram so if you’re interested head over to have a little nosey.