Holidays In The Sun | Best Parties In Ibiza

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Ibiza is one of the most popular places in Europe, and possible in the world, for people who love to party. It’s well-known for its many clubs and various parties every summer, as well as the party atmosphere all year. With so many people visiting Ibiza every year, there’s always something going on. While that’s a good thing, it also means you can find it difficult to decide how to spend your time.

PartyHow do you know the best ways to party, and how do you avoid paying to get into parties that turn out not to be worth your money or your time? If you’re looking for the best ways to get your party on in Ibiza, keep reading to find out how.

 

Pick the Best Hotel

Getting your partying off to a good start begins with choosing the best hotel. There are a huge number of places to stay on the island, and some hotels are quieter than others. If you’re looking for somewhere the party never stops, there are some great places to choose from.

Whether you’re looking for easily accessible club nights or poolside DJs, ¬†you can discover what you need at hotels around Ibiza. Along the Playa d’en Bossa, where you’ll find a number of the more popular clubs, you can find hotels like Ushuaia Beach Hotel and Hotel Garbi Ibiza & Spa, or the Hard Rock Hotel. You can find some of the best hotel recommendations on Telegraph.

 

Try Out All the Clubs

A lot of people visit Ibiza for one reason and one reason only, and that’s to have fun in the clubs. The island offers a host of clubs full of energy and opportunities to party, so you might as well check out as many as you can while you’re there. If you want to try and hit up as many as possible, going on a pub and club crawl could be an option that works for you.

It’s an especially good idea if you’re travelling alone and need some people to party with. Some of the best clubs you won’t want to miss include Hi, Amnesia and privilege – which holds a Guinness World Record for being “the world’s largest discotheque“.

 

Take It Slow in Bars and Cafes

Some people prefer to take their partying at a slightly slower pace. Or maybe you just want to build up to a big night out with a few quiet drinks first. If you’re looking for a quieter party, there are bars with music and drinks available. You can have a relaxed time, it’s usually free to get in, and the drinks are affordable too.

As well as bars, don’t forget to check out the sunset cafes in San Antonio, along Calo des Moro, which is known as Sunset Strip. You can have fun and watch the sun go down at places like Cafe del Mar, where the DJ will play something a little more sedate for you.

 

Party on the Water

If the usual clubs don’t appeal to you, or you feel like you’ve seen all the ones worth seeing, getting out on the water might be fun for you. Boat parties are regular affairs, and they give you a slightly different way to experience Ibiza’s party scene.

Take a look at http://www.boatpartytickets.com/ to find out about some of the upcoming parties and buy your tickets too. You’ll find parties run by a number of different groups, and they’ll take you on a party cruise to remember.

Some of them are all-inclusive, so your drinks and everything will be paid for. As well as DJs and dancing, there’s often entertainment and activities provided to keep you having fun. You can even get the chance to go swimming when the boat stops.

 

Throw Your Own Party

Getting out into the clubs is a lot of fun, but sometimes you might not feel like mixing with other people. If you’re with a group of friends or you’ve made some new friends during your visit, throwing your own party lets you invite only the people you want to hang out with.

Of course, you will first need somewhere to host your party, which is why it’s best if you’re renting an apartment or villa. A villa with several bedrooms and a pool certainly won’t cost a lot split between you and some friends – in fact, it could be more affordable than a hotel.

Seeking the best partying opportunities in Ibiza can be tough because you need to cut through all the noise. But if you plan your trip, you can make sure you choose the parties you’ll enjoy most.

Have you been to Ibiza before? Let me know in the comments below.

 

*Disclaimer – This is a collaborative post that is part pre-written.

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