Zoe Hardman is a long-time fan of the White Isle

Gracing our screens as presenter of Take Me Out: The Gossip, Zoe Hardman knows how to party - as a regular visitor to Ibiza for the past 15 years it's no surprise. She lets us in on the secrets of the party island's best haunts.

It’s the place to watch the sun go down, with amazing cocktails and great tunes. It's good because not everyone knows about it, so you don't have to share your sunset with thousands of other people! I've had many a magical moment there over the years, in fact some of my best times in Ibiza have been spent in this bar. What I also really love about this place is it still retains its hippie vibe and you get all sorts of people down there, not just your normal ravers! If you haven't been, this is the spot to experience something really special on the white isle.
Cala Conta, S/N 07829, Sant Agustí Des Vedra, Sant Josep De Sa Talaia (tel: 661 347 222; www.sunsetashram.com)

I've been going to this club since I was 16 years old and to this day I still get the very same feeling walking through the entrance that I did all those moons ago. Back then, the terrace was open during the day and we used to dance like loons under the blazing sunshine, listening to our favourite DJs, with the planes roaring over our heads. Now I love Sundays at Space, a night called 'We Love'. Last year Too Many DJ's and Henrik Schwarz were both highlights for me. What I love about this club is that it hasn't forgotten what Ibiza is all about. Some places on the island have turned too expensive and too commercial, Space continuously brings in the best DJs and in my opinion still has the best vibe.
Playa d’en Bossa s/n, 07817, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia (tel: 971 396 793; www.spaceibiza.com)

Anywhere in the old town! My favourite is a bar called Angelo its really cool. It's one of the most popular, with a huge terrace and right under Soap (another gay bar). People watching is as good as it gets as the old town brings anybody and everybody to its pavements. Drinks are cheaper than in the clubs, thank god, and with the parades going by all the time you can spot some amazing sights! The drag queens are a colourful fixture and liven up everyone's night. I remember walking past a bar and two of them grabbed me and started dancing with me on the cobbles. We must have been dancing for a good 10 minutes. We got the majority of the street up and dancing too, it was such a funny moment!
Carrer Alfons XII, 11, 07800 (tel: 971 310 335; http://angeloibiza.com)

It’s a late bar and restaurant and has such a fantastic outside area, you feel like you're in a magical garden. It has a cool crowd and people tend to get a bit more dressed up. It’s not so big that you end up losing your mates, but it brings in the right DJs and every night is different so you can pick and choose what music you'd rather hear. I saw the Cuban Brothers there once, which was possibly one of the most hilarious things I've ever seen - not something you'd expect to see in Ibiza! The cocktails are amazing here too; any place that can serve the perfect lychee martini definitely deserves a second visit!
Carretera de Ibiza, Km 13.5, 07812, St Joan de Labritja (tel: 971 325 356)

They have a night called Cocoon which is off the scale good! People go to dance and get sweaty, its not posey or pretentious, it’s just all about the music. Last summer I had the best night in there with one of my closest friends Lyndsey. We were on our way home when in the back of the car I just said: "Shall we go?" She immediately said: "Yes", and within 20 minutes we were jumping around, drinking vodka and having the time of our lives! I still think that's up there with one of the best nights of my life. Sven Vath played an incredible set and I managed to steal a pair of white sunglasses off someone, which are still my favourite to wear! People get the wrong impression of Ibiza all the time but if you choose your night carefully I guarantee you won't be disappointed.
Carretera Ibiza a San Antonio Km 5, San Rafael 07816 (tel: 971 198 041; www.amnesia.es)

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