Just a word of caution...
They wanted a 100 euro each minimum spend to sit at prime 'sunset viewing' tables when big name DJ's were going to play a so called 'free' early evening set...be warned. Get a few beers in the local 'offy' and sit on the rocks and get loaded!!
Dress Code: Anything goes...as long as you've got money!
There are numerous bars along Sunset Strip in San An.
The legendary Cafe Del Mar, Mambo, Savannah, Costline to name a few.
Imagine....Beer in hand, DJ playing chilled out tunes, a beach, crowded but not manic, everyone watching the sun set across the bay - perfect warm up to the nite to come ! That sums up all of the bars on Sunset Strip for me.
You can also get food at all of these bars until quite late, although one word on Savannah's - I've been there to eat 2 years running and the service was extremely slow both times.
Dress Code: No dress code whatsoever!
They Serve great food and not that overpriced...Try the salmon salad & tuna sandwich. They have a DJ playing nice beats, an outside area right by the water inside bar area & tables outside, under the roof.
This was our last stop and my favorite one. The decoration was really nice and the terraces much bigger.
The atmosphere is unique, and here you can get ideas for the summer fashion LOL
Did I mention the ridiculous prices for drinks? When you go there, do not expect to pay less than 8 Euros per drink ? just crazy.
The worst thing about Ibiza is that with so many superclubs on the island, you could find yourself running seriously low on cash if you went out every night. Finding a free bar to go to is easy if you don't mind slumming it down the West End, and the sunset strip bars start to wind down about 4am, just as you're getting going! If the banging hard house in the superclubs is getting a bit much, or you want a bar which is a bit more exclusive, you can't go wrong at the Funky Lounge in the back room at Savannah's. It only opened around August 2002 and has been decorated in a Morocco meets New York chic kind of way. Dave the resident DJ plays some seriously danceable grooves, and every night generally has the feel of a party in someone's front room!! There are leather sofas and a low seating area covered in ethnic cushions where people could just lay back and relax. The whole place is painted a rich deep red colour, which is surprisingly restful yet exciting at the same time. Friendly staff included Paul and Claire behind the bar and Nick (the Canadian) keeping the place as clean as his mums front room! A cracking night out. Open from 11pm till 6am (approx)
Dress Code: Men must wear a shirt of some description.