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50 ways to leave Ibiza...with some money left over

Our half-century of money-saving tips for the White Isle

  • Johnny Lee
  • 10 July 2015
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Cheap Nights Out

The Sunset Strip A bar crawl along San Antonio's sunset strip doesn't have to expensive, especially if you're drinking beer and sangria. Start at the Golden Buddha before heading to Kanya. Then it's a five minute walk to Mint, Cafe Mambo and Cafe del Mar. End the evening at Savannah to watch the sun set.

Playa d'en Bossa Beach Bars Take on the Bossa beach bar challenge, starting off at Santos and walking along the sand to Bora Bora, Lips, Sir Rocco, Hard Rock Beach Bar, No Name, Beachouse, Nassau, Sands, and finally Coco Beach.

The S'Arenal Promenade

Cheaper than the sunset strip, a bar crawl along San Antonio's S'Arenal Promenade won't clean you out. Start at Orange Corner, dive into Ibiza Rocks Bar for their cocktail of the day, then stop off at Itaca for shots of hierbas, before chilling out at Tulp.

Pukka Up

Not only do Pukka Up throw the best boat parties on the planet, but your ticket also gets you entry to clubs from Ibiza Rocks to Sankeys to Amnesia, depending on the day of the event. Pukka Up on Fridays gets you a free Mixmag subscription, too.

AVOID: Paying full price for your tickets to the big nights. There is always a better deal (see end of feature).

Where To Eat

Sushiya Aoyama, Plaça de sa Drassaneta 13, Ibiza Town

Located in Ibiza's Old Town, just off the main tourist thoroughfares, Sushiya Aoyama is one of the island's best-kept secrets. Take a friend and share the assorted maki sushi, which includes spicy tuna, California and salmon mango, for just €19.

Pizzeria Ciao Ciao, Calle Begones 20, Playa d'En Bossa

Situated on the main road between Sankeys and Ushuaïa, Ciao Ciao is one of the best Italian restaurants on the island. It's great value for money and perfectly positioned on prime clubland territory.

Davide's Pizzeria, Carrer de Madrid, San Antonio One of busiest and best restaurants in San Antonio, David's set menu – starter, main, dessert, drink and a shot – will cost you just €12.50. The stylish main menu is also stacked with affordable pizzas, steaks and chicken dishes.

Skinny Kitchen, Carrer del General Prim 8, San Antonio Mindful about the food you eat? Head to Skinny Kitchen in San Antonio's West End, where über healthy, decadent-tasting dishes like the €6 skinny breakfast wrap don't cost the earth.

Comidas San Juan, Calle de Montgrí 8, Ibiza Town Arguably the best value restaurant on the island, steak, fries and a glass of wine won't cost you more than €10. They don't take reservations, so make sure you're on the doorstep as soon as they open.

Can Terra, Carrer de Ignasi Wallis 14, Ibiza Town Order the most amazing croissants for breakfast, tapas for lunch and garlic prawns in the evening. The prices at Can Terra are locally pitched, which is why this modern café is always packed with price conscious natives.

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