Sunset Point Sports Resort and Roxy Camp

C/ Cantabria 48, Cala de Bou, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain, 07829

Price from: £51

Sunset Point pool

By Kristie Clarkson, your San Antonio expert

#3 of 5
expert-rated hotels in San Antonio
Expert overall rating:4.4 out of 5
Location:
4
4.0
Bedrooms:
4.2
4.2
Eating/drinking:
4.4
4.4
Public areas:
4.3
4.3
Leisure facilities:
4.7
4.7
Service:
4.8
4.8
Value for money:
4.7
4.7
Recommended for:
Backpackers / Students, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Singles, Sporty types, Chilling out, Great views / scenery, Nature / wildlife

Best for Families - Expert review of Sunset Point Sports Resort and Roxy Camp

A cute little hideaway chock-full of surf culture and offering an array of watersports.

Just when I thought Ibiza was lacking in surf culture… I stumbled across Sunset Point. Fun people, a homely atmosphere and capturing the true free spirit of Ibiza - it's perfect for those seeking a different style of Ibiza action. So authentic it’s even sponsored by Roxy, with wicked surf memorabilia, photos and décor all over the joint.

Location: 

In a dusty Cala de Bou backstreet about five minutes from the tourist traps of San Antonio Bay, there’s an interesting mix of country and seaside vibes here.

Bedrooms: 

There are 10 basic self-catering apartments, with either twin or king beds; each sleeps up to four people. Air con in summer and heating in winter, plus you get a spacious balcony and TV with satellite channels. My essential gets a big tick - a bathtub for a long soak after a day of sports.

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Public areas: 

With all the trimmings of Thailand, India and a surf shack, this has to be one of the coolest places to hang out in San Antonio, with WiFi in the lounge, tropical gardens and a cool chill-out tent, plus cool urban graffiti at the entrance.

Eating and drinking: 

Something for everyone – I love the big hearty salads and barbecue menu, but you’ll also find tapas, burgers and Indian and Thai specials. Meanwhile, the bar serves up exotic cocktails and the island’s coldest beer.

Leisure facilities: 

A pool, an open-air cinema screening extreme sports flicks, nightly live music jamming sessions and karaoke, an open air gym, plus ping-pong tables, a basketball court and so much more. The rooftop sunset yoga class took my breath away (literally!), with stunning views and an all-round enlightening experience.

And then there’s the extras - predominantly watersports like surf kite-surf, kayaking, stand-up-paddle, sailing and diving. You'll also find horse riding, skateboarding, hiking, personal training, tennis. The list goes on and on.

Service: 

Whatever you need, just ask and they will deliver. Extremely knowledgeable staff can help you with anything on the island.

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Who stays there: 

Sports junkies, thrill-seekers, families and visiting pro-surfers.

Price advice: 

Up to 30 per cent cheaper if you book a stay during the winter months. Kids under 12 stay for half price, and you’ll pay a 10-15 euro supplement for a third person on a sofa bed in each room. Watersports and activities packages are great value.

Pros: 
Open all year round
Great for sports
Perfect family base
Cons: 
WiFi not in rooms
Small pool area

More information on Sunset Point Sports Resort and Roxy Camp:

Price from:
£51
Type:
Aparthotel
Address:
C/ Cantabria 48, Cala de Bou, Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain, 07829
Amenities:
High-Speed Internet, Parking, Pets Allowed, Restaurant, Swimming Pool

Have you been to Sunset Point Sports Resort and Roxy Camp? Would you recommended it?