The south west of the island boasts some of Ibiza’s most picture perfect settings plus plenty of wide, open spaces, breathtaking sunsets and iconic locations – ideal for intrepid explorers. And of course, for those with a taste for the brash and brazen party scene, San Antonio is happy to suffice.
Who you’ll meet
As the media suggests, San Antonio area is full of Brits abroad, including plenty of old timer expats who have endless stories of ‘the old days’ to share over a drink or two. You’ll find music lovers and party people plus seasonal workers of all ages, meanwhile, over in the national park areas and further west beaches, you’ll find born and bred Ibicencos mingling with true Ibiza lovers from all around the world, now calling the island their home.
When to visit
The sun always sets in the west of course, and the best time to catch it melting into the sea opposite the coastline is from June to October. Annual events include January’s Flower Power festival in San Antonio, the traditional Pintxo food festival from late February to early March and San Jose’s version in March.