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Spring Break Ibiza 2023
Don’t let them tell you we don’t do Spring break in Europe.
We do, and we do it in style.
¡Let’s get spring break loco!
NEW IBIZA PRICING:
IBIZA WEEKENDERS (THREE NIGHT TRIPS)
Add on extra days before or after if you have the time free (always better to spend more time in Ibiza)
ALL IBIZA TRIPS WITH STOKE TRAVEL INCLUDE:
🏖️ FOUR DAYS/THREE NIGHTS IN NEW ACCOMMODATION WITH A PRIVATE POOL, CLOSE TO THE BEACH IN SAN ANTONI
🥞 BREAKFAST EVERY DAY
🤿 pool parties and games every day
🍹 one hour of open bar for pre-game every day
🎟️ free club entry
🍾 free BBQ with cava and beer pong tournament
🍻 discounted drinks – €1 beers and and €5 cocktails all day every day
🤫 Private rooms available on request.
Spring Break Ibiza 2023
Let’s do Spring Break, but make it Euro. Ibiza is Europe’s – if not the world’s – party paradise in the summertime. But what many people don’t know is that it’s nice to go in the spring. The island isn’t too crowded, but the sun is already shining and the clubs open especially for us to cause a ruckus. We’re staying in our party hotel, near the island’s best sunset spot, and include parties at the world’s best clubs.
This is the Ibiza trip designed to make the most of exploring the island, discovering its secret coves and old country lanes, and then partying every night in the world’s best clubs. A combination of wholesome adventuring, soaking up the culture, enjoying the perfect weather, being inspired by the coves, bays, cliffs, farms, flowers, farmhouses, whitewashed villages, vineyards, pine forests, AND peeling our faces off in super clubs surrounded by the beautiful people, listening to whatever kind of (electronic) music gets your hips moving too much.
We will stay in our San Antonio hostel resort for three nights, and use that as our base while we make full use of the private pool, daily breakfasts, and one included BBQ dinner with bubbles. We’ve got an hour of open bar organised in the hotel for you every day, and €1 beers and €5 cocktails the rest of the time. Included in the package price are pub crawls, a boat party, an all-day pool party, entry to one of Ibiza’s famous clubs, and our party commander guides to make sure you’re always finding the most fun.
Spring Break In Ibiza is a PARTY ALL NIGHT, PLAY ALL DAY situation
In addition to all the partying we’ll be doing and good times we’ll be having, we also make sure to fill our days with nice things when we’re in Ibiza. We’re located near one of the best sunset spots on the island, so even if you’re too hungover to hit the beach you can get that all-important Ibiza sunset Instagram pic. But if you do get out of bed (and you will, we’ll make sure of it) we can walk to small coves to swim and cliff dive, take a private bus to whichever beach/cove is going to be the most beautiful that day, or hire jeeps or scooters to explore the island – from its many beautiful beaches and country lanes with orchards and vineyards and those super cute little rock walls, to the historic and impressive Eivissa town and its Game of Thrones style old walled city.
Plus we don’t wait until the peak season to go and explore Ibiza. Sure we’ll be there all summer, but going in April just hits differently. When the days are hot and sunny, the nights cooler and the crowds non-existent. These are the best times to come out and really explore the island, with fewer tourists you can drive around the island with ease and find parking wherever you go.
There’s also time to do NICE THINGS IN IBIZA for Spring Break
This is by no means an exhaustive list, but we love the whitewashed villages, the local wine, the cuisine pulled straight from the sea, the set menu del dia that offers you three courses with wine often for as little as €10, the cheap cocktails enjoyed down by the port, the white sand beaches, the stone sand beaches, the Mediterranean pine forests and the surprising amount of mountains and cliffs, the fields in bloom with wild flowers, the old churches, the fishermen’s shacks, the reefs for snorkeling, the windy country roads and the people who call Ibiza home because it’s just such a pleasant place to be.
But don’t worry, we know that Spring break and Ibiza are all about partying
Well, this is where the world’s great clubs are located, where superstar DJs play every day and night, where beach bars serve up cocktails and swimming pools turn into pool parties every day, where there are plenty of bars and restaurants to hop from and between, and where a bottle of pre-party starter from the supermarket will cost you literal peanuts. Then, there are also all of the drugs that you most certainly will not do in Ibiza, obviously.
Check out our itinerary for more of a breakdown of how the weekend goes down.
¡Let’s get Spring Break Loco!
Arrival day. Land, make your way to the hostel. Maybe you had a couple of drinks on the plane, it is the Ibiza way, after all. Check in, throw on your poolside gear, and hit the beach bar, pool bar, bar-restaurant… go wild. That night we’ll be hitting our first club. Start with a bang.
First full day in paradise. What do you want to do? Pool again? Explore Ibiza Town? Just lay in the sun? It’s up to you. We’ll be hosting a pool party today, bbq, DJs, performers, drinks included, oh boy oh boy it’s a good life. Want to hit a club tonight? Our VIP wristbands will get us some great deals.
Oh you know that this is a party today. Hearty breakfast? Maybe explore some of Ibiza’s beautiful beaches? A siesta in the afternoon? And then we go H.A.M. at another club!
All good things must come to an end, check out is today. If you have a late flight, leave your luggage at the reception, and enjoy your last hours in Ibiza on the beach under the sun!
San Antonio, Ibiza
We’ll be staying in one of the most popular towns in the Mediterranean, It is well located to explore the rest of the island. San Antonio has a beautiful palm tree lined promenade following the harbour, which is always busy with a variety of huge yachts and ferries waiting to whisk you off to other idyllic island destinations, like the beaches of Cala Conta, Cala Tarida and Cala Bassa .
The main beach in San Antonio is a man-made, but incredibly beautiful, here you will find utopia of bright blue sea and a wide, white sandy beach.
Ibiza is also famous for its sunsets, and the west side of San Antonio is really popular with people wanting to see this beautiful scene. Places with a view fill up, so get a reservation to claim your spot.
Nightlife in San Antonio is some of the liveliest in Ibiza with a mass of buy one get one free drink offers ,and streets sprinkled with famous bars and clubs (most of which are packed every night from 7pm until the early hours of the morning).
How to get there
Come fly to us…
Just about every airline in Europe flies to Ibiza, so it’s not hard to get a cheap flight. Check GoEuro to compare.
Once you arrive at Ibiza airport take the L10 bus from Ponderosa to EIVISSA- Isidor Machabich (the last stop). You then need to catch the L3 from EIVISSA I. Macabich,to Estación Autobuses Sant Antoni at the end of the line. Once you’re booked in you’ll receive the exact address of our venue just tap them into Google Maps. It takes roughly 1 hour and costs €4 – 6.
If you arrive outside of bus operating times, you can take a taxi which will set you back around €30 (sharing is caring).
For last minute transport when flights are expensive check out Trasmediterranea or Balearia for ferries!
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring?
Is Ibiza hot at this time of year?
Is the accommodation in Ibiza all inclusive?
But Stoke Travel, I don’t eat meat!
Can I be roomed with my buddies?
Stay in boutique party hostel
Pool Party with drinks
BBQ beach party (also with drinks)
Pregame with open bar
Discounted Club Entry with VIP wristband
Reviews from Spring Break Ibiza 2023
All my friends are in agreement that we couldn’t have asked for better guides. Those three greatly contributed to the weekend in Ibiza being one of the best!
There wasn’t anything I didn’t love about Spring Break Ibiza! Cool staff, fun parties, good prices for the clubs and nice people everywhere!
Travelling to Ibiza was one of the best trips I ever did! I had an awesome time, the best group leader and there was plenty of partying.
What I most loved about Spring Break Ibiza were the phenomenal guides. They became more than just guides to the travellers, they became good friends as well.
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Spring Break Ibiza 2023
Start Date: 2023-04-13 End Date: 2023-04-16
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