Café Mambo. The Ultimate Sunset Destination

Café Mambo had humble beginnings, but what started with the small spark of an idea and a dilapidated finca on the coastal rocks of San Antonio has grown into a worldwide phenomenon...


Café Mambo is a world-renowned beach bar, cafe and restaurant located in the heart of San Antonio, Ibiza. It is considered by many to be the ultimate destination for watching the sunset over the Mediterranean Sea. During season on most evenings 100’s sometimes 1000’s gather to experience the breathtaking view and the lively atmosphere.

The History of Cafe Mambo

Mambo first opened its doors in 1994 (by Javier Anadon), as a small cafe, playing soulful music quickly became a popular destination for international crowds and locals alike. Over the years, it has expanded to include a restaurant, a beach club, and a record label!

Fatboy Slim ‘aving it @ Mambo. Music knows no boundaries.

Café Mambo has also become a popular spot for DJs and musicians to perform. Established & new ‘n’ upcoming artists have played at the bar from bedroom DJ’s to international superstar DJs including; Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Louie Vega and Boy George!

The Sunset Ritual

The main attraction of course is undoubtedly the stunning sunsets. Every evening, crowds gather on the terrace to watch the sun dip below the horizon, casting a warm glow over the Mediterranean.

As sunset, the atmosphere becomes more electric. DJs play beautiful music, patrons, drink in hand, begin to dance and the earth rotates away from the sun – it’s a spiritual experience.

Nosh & Booze

Café Mambo isn’t just a place to watch the sunsets & to listen to the latest bunch of tunes – it is also a fantastic restaurant! The menu (Day & Evening) features a range of international dishes, including sushi, burgers, and seafood. There are also plenty of vegetarian and vegan options available.

The cocktail menu at Café Mambo is also extensive, with a range of classic and signature cocktails on offer.

The Beach Club

Café Mambo also has a beach club, located just a few meters from the bar. The beach club has its own pool, sun loungers, and bar, and it is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.

The beach club is open during the day, and it is a popular spot for tourists, cubbers and locals alike. It is also a great place to watch the sunset, with a slightly different view from the bar terrace.

Café Mambo is a must-visit destination if you are in Ibiza. Whether you are there for the sunset, the food and drink, or just the vibe, you are will have a unforgettable time. The atmosphere – inspiring, and the view – breathtaking. It is no wonder that Café Mambo has become an iconic destination on the White Isle.

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Café Mambo had humble beginnings, but what started with the small spark of an idea and a dilapidated finca on the coastal rocks of San Antonio has grown into a worldwide phenomenon...


Balearic Beat

In its truest sense, Balearic beat focuses less on any particular style of music and more on the song choices made by the DJ to keep patrons on dance floors or relaxing as they wine & dine. DJ sets by pioneering figures, like Alfredo Florito were anchored around relaxed, upbeat songs with a slow but solid beat from all genres, from pop and rock to soul, American and European disco, and electronic music.

Balearic beat also refers to a particular style of electronic dance music which influenced chill-out musical genres that followed in its wake.

Roots; Balearic beat, also known as just Balearic refers to an adventurous mix of dance music played at bars,  cafés & clubs on the island of Ibiza, part of Spain’s Balearic islands (hence the name), in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Fast forward to the 2020’s and it’s now a huge industry covering music, fashion, art & beyond.  

The breezy aesthetic of the Balearic sound—made all the more enjoyable by the sunny locations and sense of freedom they afforded—proved irresistible for vacationers and locals alike. More here – What is Balearic?

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