IT’S the go-to bar to be seen at and have a wild time for footballers, Love Island favourites, and reality TV beauties – and it’s owned by Gary Lineker’s brother.
The O Beach Club, owned by Wayne Lineker, 60, offers the party to end all parties, with bikini-clad stunners dancing around the pool, bottles of £3,000 Dom Perignon popping from every table and an abundance of celebrities joining in the mischief.
Wayne Lineker has built a £30million nightclub empire in SpainCredit: waynelineker/Instagram
Jack Grealish recently dropped by to Lineker’s O Beach ClubCredit: waynelineker/Instagram
Lineker parties with guests at Ocean BeachCredit: waynelineker/Instagram
Most recently, Jack Grealish celebrated Manchester City’s epic Premier League title win by jetting into the Balearic Island, and he headed straight to Lineker’s establishment.
There, he enjoyed the company of Ibiza Weekender star Chloe Chaloner and plenty of cocktails to toast his team’s success.
While in the past, England footballers including Joe Hart, Michael Carrick, Peter Crouch, Tyrone Mings, and Andy Carroll have all hired their own cabana for some poolside fun.
It’s why the O Beach Club is the jewel of Lineker’s £30million nightclub empire.
Well before the O Beach Club, the Match of the Day legend’s sibling launched Lineker’s in Tenerife in 1988.
Following its success, he continued to populate Spain’s holiday destinations with several sports bars.
It netted him a fortune – and during the 1998 World Cup punters were seen queuing in the streets of Puerto Banus desperate to watch the games.
In 2012, Lineker launched his new venture – originally called the Ocean Beach Club.
Nestled in bustling San Antonio, it soon became one of the White Isle’s most popular hotspots.
Offering acrobatics, live saxophonists, DJs and dancers, and with the likes of Hedkandi, Kisstory and HotBed hosting regular events there.
Footballers cottoned on too.
Days after England crashed out of Euro 2012 following a heartbreaking penalty shootout to Italy, a number of Three Lions jetted away for a well-needed break.
Some chose Ibiza – with the then newly-opened Ocean Beach Club being the hottest ticket in town.
Goalkeeper Joe Hart was snapped with Lineker, alongside the host’s daughter Tia.
Michael Carrick was seen hanging out with Eastenders star Charlie Brooks.
Lineker opened the O Beach Club in 2012Credit: Doug Seeburg – The Sun
Ex-England No1 Joe Hart poses with Lineker and daughter TiaCredit: Ferrari Press Agency
Celebrities including Chloe Ferry frequent the O Beach ClubCredit: Instagram
Last year, Lineker shared a snap with Aston Villa ace Tyrone Mings – captioning the post: “Wash your fingers for the MINGers.”
This summer, though, the venue welcomed a £100million footballer through its doors.
Fresh from picking up his first ever Premier League winners medal, the midfielder was ready for a good time.
Jack, 26, was centre of attention, showing off his ripped six pack and famous calves in a pair of pink shorts plastered with palm trees, as he was surrounded by bikini-clad beauties.
The Gucci ambassador used neon shades to push his famous locks back and covered his crimson neck with a white top, while having fun with a string of lads and beauties.
Pool beds for eight people cost around £1,300 – and the minimum spend is over £1000.
Grealish’s gang were served up platters of fruit and mini burgers, as well as dozens of O Beach cocktails, and looked in good spirits enjoying the Ibiza sunshine.
A bleary-eyed Grealish was seen returning to our shores as he reports for England duty ahead of the Three Lions’ Nations League matches.
Grealish partied at O Beach Club with Ibiza Weekender beauty Chloe ChalonerCredit: The Sun
Wayne Lineker is the older brother of ex-Spurs legend Gary Lineker
After the success of his Ibiza establishment, Lineker is planning on expanding his empire.
O Beach Club is taking over the Maldives in November for a four-day event.
But his next target is the UAE – another haven for footballers in winter and summer.
They were set to open at Palm Jumeirah last summer, but the project came to a “standstill” over “various contributing factors”.
Regardless, plans are still afoot for a Dubai residence in the near future.
No doubt Grealish’s plans for some winter sun are already in place.