Incredible Ibiza Holidays
Famed for its nightlife and home to the world-renowned Ibiza Rocks, Ibiza is one of the most celebrated islands in Spain. There’s nothing better than, after having had a night on the tiles, relaxing on the acclaimed sandy beaches which line the shores, sipping on a delicious concoction of colourful, fruity, alcohol. As well as sheer hedonism, Ibiza holidays will offer diverse scenery in which to indulge, whether you’re looking to experience the wild nightlife or unwind from the stresses and strains of everyday life with the family – this eclectic island is sure to meet your needs. Situated off the coast of mainland Spain, versatility is of the essence with locations such as San Antonio and Ibiza Town offering a dose of escapism among some of the world’s most revered clubs, or allowing you to stroll along the coast, soaking up the sun while engrossing yourselves in views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Looking for the perfect place to stay? The five star Hard Rock Hotel in Playa d'en Bossa is a top choice for those looking for a touch of luxury during their trip. With modern interiors and large pools both indoors and outdoors, you can't go far wrong here.
For guests staying holidaying in the Portinatx region, the Marconfort El Greco Hotel is worth a look for affordable comfort. This hotel boasts a buffet restaurant, solarium and water sports facilities to name but a few. The children's playground is ideal for keeping the little ones entertained during the day, too.
The Invisa Figueral Resort is perfect for its beachfront location, spacious rooms, and large chill-out areas perfect for catching some rays and enjoying the stunning views out to sea.
Top Hotels in Ibiza
San Antonio, Ibiza
Ses Savines Hotel
San Antonio, Ibiza
Santa Eulalia, Ibiza
Invisa Es Pla Hotel
San Antonio, Ibiza
San Antonio, Ibiza
Ole Galeon Ibiza Hotel
Puerto San Miguel, Ibiza
San Miguel Park/Esmeralda Mar
Puerto San Miguel, Ibiza
El Cortijo Apartments
Es Cana, Ibiza
At a Glance
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish
- Time Zone: GMT +1
- Average flight time: 2h 40m
When to go
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Most people associate this party-crazy resort with all-night escapades and all-day sleeping, but there are so many more things to do in Ibiza that’ll allow you to enjoy the very best of the island. The beaches are truly beautiful, and the sunsets in many resorts have to be seen to be believed. For history buffs, the spectacular Ibiza Castle will be of particular interest.
You’ll find a great many resorts which cater to the tourist trade here, ranging from the versatile San Antonio to the picturesque Playa de Talamanca. Large areas of the island remain unspoilt, and as such they offer some exceptionally good walking trails for the more energetic visitors.
Wine and Dine
For a welcome change of pace, head to the port area and sample some of the delicious seafood dishes which are waiting to tempt you. This region is one of the more iconic Ibiza attractions, and it has a wonderfully laid-back atmosphere. The waterfront cafés and restaurants are popular with both residents and visitors alike. There are plenty of opportunities for fine dining in Ibiza, including the delightful Sa Punta in Talamanca, from which you can enjoy the stunning sunsets. If you’re in the mood for a little Japanese influence, try the fare at Kama Sushi, which is to be found in San Antonio.
There are so many things to do in Ibiza for family groups, ranging from exciting beach activities to peaceful parks. Both San Carlos and Es Caná have street trains for the youngsters to ride on, and many of the island’s resorts offer a superb selection of water-sports which even the youngest kids can enjoy.
There are times on holiday when nothing beats a boat trip, so head across the sea to visit Formentera, where you can hire bikes and explore this beautiful location. All the family will love the excitement of the Aguamar Water Park, which is an Ibiza favourite and can be found at Playa d’en Bossa.
Action and Adventure
Ibiza holidays wouldn’t be complete without sampling some of the exciting activities that are available throughout the coastal towns and villages; jet skiing, parachuting and water skiing all being firm favourites for adrenaline-infused enthusiasts and those wishing to try something new, while diving and snorkelling offer relaxing alternatives. Playa d’en Bossa presents the largest stretch of sand and you’ll find solace among secluded spots here, whereas the busier parts will be crammed with alluring attractions should you wish to take advantage of the vibrant water sports scene on your holidays in Ibiza.
With so much here, you will need to plan your holiday well. One activity that needs to be on your agenda is snorkelling, especially in the crystal clear waters of Cala Martina. The undersea world here is truly fascinating, and there is a wonderful sense of freedom about heading beneath the waves on a voyage of discovery.
You will also find a great many other water-sports on the island. Parasailing is a must-try if you have a head for heights, and sea kayaking is a great way to enjoy the wind in your hair and the spray in your face. The main beach at San Antonio is a great venue for many water-sports.
Life's a Beach
If you can’t manage to procure your spot in the Ibiza Rocks Hotel or the Hard Rock Hotel, or would rather steer clear of the lively antics themselves, all is not lost. A villa stay in Figueretas will provide panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea while welcoming all ages, groups and families to enjoy the varied scenery which the area has become so loved for. Ibiza Town isn’t far away either if you fancy changing things up with a more exciting adventure into the island’s main city during your holidays to Ibiza.
For many people, the vibrant, pulsating clubs are what Ibiza is all about. The ultimate party island offers everything from ultra-cool bars to huge outdoor venues, many of which attract the cream of the world’s DJ talent throughout the summer.
Names such as Space, Amnesia and Ibiza Rocks have become almost as famous as the island itself, so if you like to dance until dawn and beyond, this is undoubtedly the place for you. All tastes are catered for here, so take a look at the posters and flyers, make your choice and get ready to party.
You’ll be pleased to know you don’t have to stay on dry land to have a good time. There are a great many boat parties to enjoy as well. Of all the things to do in Ibiza, this is the activity that perhaps guarantees the best time of all.
The evenings in Ibiza Town are understandably lively, but there are also a number of restaurants which serve traditional Spanish cuisine for an authentic take, mainly serving seafood which has been caught locally. Here you will also find the captivating culture beneath the all-night party ethos that permeates the cobbled streets; unique architecture and olde-worlde buildings look out over Ibiza Port where you can see lovely boats bobbing along the crystal clear waters that envelop the island.
Ibiza is bursting with knock-out attractions, but when the time comes for a little well-earned relaxation there is one place you simply have to visit. Es Vedra is a small island off the south-western coast, and it provides the perfect spot from which to gaze at the most romantic sunsets you are ever likely to see.
You’ll find plenty of beaches on the island, each of them giving you a golden opportunity to unwind at your leisure. One of the most impressive is at Cala de Boix, and as a generally quieter beach, it’s the perfect spot to relax in tranquillity.
For the ultimate in relaxation, be sure to check out the local spa venues. Touring the Ibiza attractions can be exhausting, so set aside time to enjoy some indulgence at Atzaró Spa in the north of the island, or perhaps the excellent spa facilities at the Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena in San Miguel.
Top Ibiza Holiday Destinations
If you're unsure of where to go on holiday in Ibiza, check out some of our most popular destinations: