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Last September I stayed for ten days at the Bellamar hotel in San Antonio. It is a 4 * resort located on the outskirts of San Antonio, in the Bahia district. This suited us perfectly as it was close enough to the nightlife to be able to stroll there, but far enough away to be able to sleep (I would say ‘at night’ but in true Ibiza style we didn’t sleep at night at all)!

The hotel was great; the rooms were spacious, modern, & cleaned daily. Our room had a splendid balcony (with sea views) Satellite TV, a telephone, safe (we paid extra for this), en-suite bathroom, fridge, and importantly sound proofed walls (you do need this in San Antonio)! The complex had a swimming pool, gym, restaurant (the buffet breakfast was good). The pool was clean, had bounteous of sunbeds, & a café selling mainly fast food, and drink (including alcohol).

The beach restaurants and bars were close and the San Antonio bus service was reliable. We often used the night bus on the way back from clubbing. The beach had fine white sand, & superabundant of sunset bars. We ended up frequenting a bar close at hand to Cafe del Mar, more than the famous Cafe del Mar itself.

We spent every evening of the week going on bar crawls in San Antonio, visiting the same three restaurants (our favourites), and lazing on the beach during the day (well what we saw of the day)! However on two occasions we ventured out beyond the pool & beach.

The first was to the water park, brilliant and highly recommended. Apparently there are two water parks in Ibiza we went to the one closest to San Antonio in Playa den Bossa. It is extraordinarily easy to find, and has loads of slides, so if you have the energy you are able to easily spend the whole day there, but you can easily burn, so be careful as I wasn’t nearly enough! There are lockers for your bags whilst you are in the water, and superabundance of fast food outlets for snacks. There is one of those sheer drop terror slides which I must admit I did not brave, but I did go on and most of the flumes and they were a lot of fun.

Our other day trip was to a horse riding ranch in Cala Llonga (a small resort not to far from San Antonio). We took a taxi, and had a great afternoon, and it was definitely the highlight on my vacation. We did even try to wake board (like skateboarding on water), easier said than done, but a lot of fun.
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