Blau Park

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Velazquez 9, Calo d'es Moro, Es Cana, Ibiza, 07820, Spain
Blau Park Aparthotel
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Looking for someone to party with Aug 14 to 18

by jsimo


I'm heading to Ibiza 14 Aug to 18th. I'm traveling solo (late twenties male from Australia). If anyone will be there then and is looking to have a few nights out, let me know.


Re: Looking for someone to party with Aug 14 to 18

by laurac1983

hey - I'm an aussie girl and late twenties too....Im traveling solo to and will be there approx August 10-20...might be meeting up with others never really know....from what I hear you'll be fine.... just grab a drink and hold a lighter visibly near you and people will approach and ask to borrow your lighter,.,.., then orce them into conversation ;-P

Travel Tips for Ibiza

Santa Eulalia to Formentera

by garyal23

Taking the catamarran boat trip to Formentera then getting one of the readily available bus tours around Formentera (They speak a whole range of languages, including English - ideal!) is a lot cheaper than going with your Tour operators (28 euros as oppose to 52 euros with tour operator - rip off!).

The first part of the tour took use to a secluded beach. Terrific clear water, was all set to do some snorkelling when noticed there were thousands of mini jellyfish that one German tourist pointed out to myself packed a nasty sting! Talk about bad timing!

Anyway, beach was nice and had a meal and drink at local bar, which was cheap.

Back on the bus a couple of hours later, we stopped up a hill which gave us a lovely Panoramic view of Formentera, which I managed to get a few snaps of.

Back on the bus a while later, we went to another pictueresque part of the island, with a lighthouse overlooking cliffs nearby.

Not a bad day out, even better if you when you go theres no jellyfish!

Ibiza packing list - your essentials (GIRLS)

by glamourprincess

* Small bag with long strap (satchel bag or across body bag) - only practical bag to have when out clubbing
* Beach bag - to carry your essentials to the beach SHOES:
Flipflops - is the footwear to be seen in, at the beach, shopping, eating..even at the bars and clubs (a few clubs have dresscodes though). Especially Havaianas! So be casual and get your flipflops on!
If you're a girl - bring a pair of flat sandals (for nicer restaurants, clubs) or wedge heels. In San Antonio a lot of the girls wore high heels, but I'd not recommend it (too hot and uncomfy).

* Everyone was wearing short shorts, short skirts and short dresses.
* halterneck bikinis were a hit - some wear pretty kaftans
* the straw stetson is still popular (though I find it a bit tacky)
* sundresses, shorts shorts/skirts and light tops.

* lots of bangles
* colorful, dangly jewelry (both in beach and at clubs) * Sun screen - although it's no problem buying it in Ibiza
* After-sun - oh yes you will get burned
* Fragrance without alcohol (if you need to smell good on the beach)

Roger Sanchez or Eric Morillo

by jaycee1401 about Pacha (Club)

I've touched on this a bit previously, but Pacha is the club for me. It's quite big with areas of the club seperated with chill out on the roof/balcony and funky house inside. You automatically feel comfortable as soon as you enter the place, with its clean, colourful feel inside and out. The dance floor itself isnt very big, but people dance everywhere. Mixture of people get inside, you could be dancing with italians, americans, english, spanish, etc. People start going for midnight and dont leave till 8am.

There is a mixture of gay and straight people in Pacha, EVERYONE is friendly and happy but I'm sure you can work out why and if you can't then you will when you get in (not everyone needs a lift for this club because I don't, the music is enough for me). Drinks are expensive as is every club in Ibiza (about 7 euro's for water and 12 euros for vodka and redbull), but you normally get your first drink free. Wear what you want really, people in shorts and t-shirts, girls in bikini's, once seen a man with tamborines and no he wasnt working there. Nearly everyone wears sun glasses on their heads (but I don't).

Men: I would recommend 3 quarter length trousers.jeans with a tank top/tshirt and trainers, and I'm straight hahaha!!

Ladies: As little as possible please :). otherwise bakini's or anything tight.

Dc10, Circoloco

by badgirljessica about Dc10, Circoloco

Dc10 Circoloco Monday Morning Sessions have reached something of legendary status as one of the best parties on the island (just a close second to Sundays @ Space) through just word of mouth whisperings. Circoloco is a solid underground party and it's resident DJs (Cirillo, Jo Mills, Locodice, Tania Vulcano, and more) plus the crowd's raw energy and response to the music is what drives the place. There's just an attractive trashiness and grittiness about the place that I love. The terrace, dirty basslines, trendy Italians with mullets, crazy fashion, friendly people, and bongo drums, the place just oozes fun. It's no wonder that the big name DJs beg to play there.

Tickets are about 25 euros and include one drink.


by Jmill42

Truly the only way you should be traveling to and from the clubs is via the DiscoBus. The DiscoBus travels basically the entire time that clubbers would need a ride to and from the clubs. Its cheap, and it makes sure you aren't driving! Aride costs on the order of less than 2 Euro (one way), so why would you not chose to go by this route?


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 Blau Park

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Blau Park Aparthotel Es Canar
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Address: C/ Velazquez 9, Calo d'es Moro, Es Cana, Ibiza, 07820, Spain