Itinerary for Ibiza Beach Camp Stay
Arrive any day and get the public bus to our doorstep or take a taxi outside of bus times.
09:00 – Prepare for the day with a morning yoga sesh
09:30 – Tuck into some lovely breakfast daily of pancakes or french toast, eggs, oats, fruit, juice
11:00 – Head to the beach to play some football or volleyball or to just catch a tan
12:00 – Pick up your lunch and take it back to the beach
13:00 – Crack open a beer or get started on the sangria
15:00 – Go for a slightly tipsy snorkel to see any fish-life about
16:00 – Head to a hippie market
17:00 – Jump off a cliff
19:00 – Head back to camp to prepare for the night’s festivities and have dinner and warm up drinks
20:00 – Eat, sleep, rave, repeat
23:00 – Party on the beach
CALA MARTINA, IBIZA
Cala Martina is an amazing beach with excellent watersport facilities and is popular among the “young hippie crowd”. It is the perfect location for windsurfers, kayakers or those that just want to laze about.
Camping La Playa Ibiza
Avenida Punta Arabi s/n
Cala Martina, Es Canar
HOW TO GET THERE
Check GoEuro for the best deals on flights, buses and trains. If you fly, take the L24 bus from in front of the airport terminal and get out at the bus stop Cala Martina which is right at the doorstep of our campsite. The bus takes around 40 minutes and costs €4.00. They leave on the hour, every hour with the last one departing the airport at midnight. If you arrive outside of these times, you can take a taxi which will set you back around €40.00.
The local buses will get you to Ibiza Town in approximately 60 minutes and it’s by far the cheapest way of getting there. If you want, a taxi will set you back around €35, so best to share the cost amongst a few passengers if possible.
Every night of the week, the Disco Bus runs from midnight and drops clubbers at Privilege, Amnesia, Pacha and Puerto de Ibiza. The journey takes around 40-60-minutes and costs €4.00. From Puerto de Ibiza you can change lines to reach the clubs in Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio. If you would prefer to take a taxi it will cost around €40.00.
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What’s the campsite like?
Our campsite is a slice of heaven by the sea with loads of activities, loads of time to chill out and sip our drinks and ample moonlight beach dancing opportunities. We set up your tent for you with air mattress and sleeping bag, we have daily yoga sessions, snorkeling equipment, cliffs perfect for jumping off nearby and visits to hippie markets.
What should I bring?
Sunscreen, beachwear, a towel, something awesome to party in, condoms, a camera, condoms (better safe than sorry!), a torch to see the inside of your tent, a pillow.
Is alcohol cheap?
As mentioned above, there’s an open bar from 11am to 11pm. That helps cut costs of boozing up, so your purse won’t be stretched too far to get a good booze buzz going. Beware, spirits and beers in da clubs are more expensive than a high end prostitute on a Saturday night, so make the most of pre-drinking and you shall be thrifty little party animals.
What clubs will we go to?
You can go wherever you want young, wild child. The campsite has live music most nights and we will judge the best club for that night, it may be Pacha, Ushuaia, DC-10 or other world class party venues. We usually manage to get great Ibiza club discounts for your entry depending on the night, time to letcha hair out and get weird.
Will I pull a hottie?
Ibiza is renowned for beautiful people dancing on boats in crisp, white swimwear, their tanned bodies glistening in the sunshine. It’s also renowned for its crazy parties. Basically what we’re getting at is if you know how to play your cards right and appreciate divine, semi-clothed beauties you should be on your way to island paradiso.
How long does the ferry take to get to the island?
In July and August, the ferry departs Spanish mainland at 10.30pm on Thursdays arrives at Ibiza at 7am the next morning. Ferries back on Sunday take a little longer as they go via Mallorca. They leave at 6.30pm on Sunday and arrive at 8am on Monday morning. Just in time for you to get back to work or school with a pocketful of blurry memories.
Do we have to go clubbing?
No! There’s so much more to Ibiza than its nightlife. The camp is perfectly situated for you to explore the hidden natural gems of the east and north of the island. Spend your days exploring secret coves or lax out on the beach on our doorstep. Go kayaking, hiking, scuba diving or windsurfing, it’s totally up to you!
How do we get to the clubs?
A short walk away is the Disco Bus which drops off at all the major clubs and costs €4. Alternatively, we can call a taxi for you which will cost about €40, so probably best to share the cost with your new clubbing buddies.