The Balearic island of Ibiza has a well-deserved reputation as a great place to party, but this pretty island has far more to offer than that. The ‘White Island’ also has fantastic facilities for family holidays and plenty of areas abundant in unspoilt, natural beauty. As it only takes two-and-a-half hours to get to Ibiza from the UK, it makes a fabulous holiday destination, whether you want to go clubbing every night or relax on the beach with a good book before a quiet evening under the starry, Spanish sky.
Hotels in Ibiza cater to many different types of holidaymakers. Family hotels in Ibiza are geared towards keeping little people - and their parents - happy, while party hotels across Ibiza cater for singles, couples and groups who want to party from dusk till dawn.
San Antonio is party central and most of the buzzing nightlife that Ibiza is famous for is based here or in Playa de’n Bossa. For couples, families or groups who want to be based somewhere quieter, Santa Eulalia is a good choice, with a broad, sandy beach plus some chic shops and smart bars and eateries.
Cala Llonga in the south has spacious beach and a laid-back vibe, or if you’d prefer something really low-key head to Portinatx or Puerto San Miguel in the north, which have sheltered, sandy coves and rolling hills.
Ibiza town can make a good base if it’s not all about the beach for you and is an appealing place to visit in any case, with attractive, ancient, stone architecture that is UNESCO World Heritage Site listed. As well as history, the town offers some fabulous, independent boutiques and market stalls, along with stylish bars and refined eateries.
For a taste of the simple life, don’t miss Formentera, a tiny island close to the Ibizan coast. It can be reached by ferry in just half an hour, so it makes a great day trip. White sand beaches with Blue Flag status and turquoise waters abound, along with beach stalls and traditional Spanish cafes and restaurants that serve up the freshest seafood and refreshing drinks.
Food in Ibiza often revolves around fish and seafood, but you can also sample delicious Spanish tapas and paella as well as dishes from all over the world at the restaurants in the towns and hotels.
Whether you want a party holiday or to kick back and relax, it’s worth checking out the hotels in Ibiza we can offer.