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Ibiza Holidays

Think Ibiza, think nightlife. But that really isn’t all that the island has to offer. Lying just off the coast of Valencia, this Balearic Island is a land scattered with historic highlights, exciting attractions and more than 60 beaches, where porcelain-white sands slide into gleaming waters. From the rich olive groves in the north of the island, to the cosmopolitan coastal resorts, Ibiza holidays have something to suit every type of holidaymaker. Then there’s the laid-back north coast, a hiker’s paradise that’s home to the breathtaking C’an Marca Caves, intimate coves and panoramic views. The island is becoming more renowned for rest and relaxation, trendy retreats and luxurious hot spots popping up around the island, which is a world away from its lively reputation.

Top resorts in Ibiza:

San Antonio

  • Lively Resort
  • Buzzing atmosphere
  • Plenty of water activities

Playa d’en Bossa

  • Lively with plenty of clubs & bars
  • Good beaches

Santa Eulalia

  • Family friendly resort
  • Palm lined promenades
  • Exclusive yacht marina

Other great resorts in Ibiza: San Antonio Bay, Es Cana, Playa de Talamanca, Portinatx, San Miguel, Es Figueral, Figuertas, Ibiza town, Ses Paisses

Where to stay in Ibiza

Peak season attracts families, partygoers as well as those looking for some rest and relaxation. The mix of resorts caters for whatever you’re looking to get out of a holiday. Partygoers flock to the buzzing hotspots of San Antonio’s West End and Playa d’en Bossa. Santa Eulalia is popular with those wanting something a little quieter – perfect for families as the wide stretch of sandy beaches around the town are ideal for smaller children. It is the second most populated area and is home to whitewashed houses, unadorned beautiful churches and the intriguing historical monument es Puig de Missa.

Where are the best beaches in Ibiza?

If you’re after a beach holiday you’ll be spoilt for choice. The island has approximately 60 sandy beaches that run around the coastline.

  • Las Salinas in Playa d’en Bossa is large stretch of white sand but can get crowded in peak season.
  • Cala Llonga is ideal for families. Plenty to keep the children entertained whilst you can enjoy the views
  • Cala Xarraca is a sheltered bay but great if you’re looking to do a bit of snorkelling.

Alternatively, there are many secluded coves, where you can escape the crowds:

  • Cala Saladeta is a perfect escape for those looking to get away from the crowded beaches of San Antonio.
  • Try the beautiful beaches at Cala Tarida and Cala d’Hort for something a little quieter.
  • The tiny Balearic island of Formentera, just off Ibiza’s coast, also has its share of beautiful beaches including the Ses Illetes beach which is close to the Marina and sheltered by dunes.

What activities are there in Ibiza?

Cycling

Journey through thick pine forests, along undiscovered shores and sleepy villages, stopping for some traditional and very delicious meals along the way. Ibiza has created lots of hiking and cycling routes which crisscross the island. Highlights include:

  • Route 19, a fascinating 18-mile circuit circling the quieter north of the island.
  • Route 3 which allows you to discover the heart of Ibiza.

Water Attractions

Make a splash on your holiday to Ibiza at one of the island’s amazing water parks:

  • Aguamar in Playa d’en Bossa is the larger of the two with everything from smaller slides to the kamikaze.
  • Sirenis Aquagames Ibiza, which boasts a range of colourful slides and waterfalls for all ages.
  • Clear waters are perfect for diving or snorkelling. The popular Surf Lounge Ibiza club has a collection of Flowriders (automatic wave machines) which provide a fun and safe space to surf and there are instructors on hand to get you up on that board.

Golf

Get a hole in one in the Mediterranean sunshine at the Club de Golf Ibiza. This unique green is the result of two smaller courses merging to create a 27-hole mega course with holes of varying difficultly that can be enjoyed all year round.

Things to see in Ibiza Town

Ibiza Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is therefore protected from development and commercialisation. This means that much of the island’s original charm and culture has been preserved. You can wander its winding streets where the Old Town’s 16th century walls are still standing. These provide the perfect backdrop to an afternoon beer overlooking the marina, which is always packed with luxury yachts. The Museu d’Art Contemporani, Ibiza Cathedral, Ibiza Castle and the Santa Domingo Church offer a generous dose of culture, and the hands-on military museum Cuartel de Cala Corp is great fun for all ages.

Nightlife in Ibiza

The nightlife in Ibiza needs no introduction. One of the main reasons for many visiting Ibiza is to experience the internationally renowned nightlife.

  • San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa are the two main areas for round-the-clock parties and the ultimate nightlife.

Alternatively, check out our flights to Ibiza and selection of hotels across the island.