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Ibiza Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and apartments in Ibiza
No matter where you decide to stay on your Ibiza holiday, you’re going to have a memorable experience. The party capital is renowned across the globe for its all-night party scene, chilled evenings, watching the gorgeous sunset and exquisite sun kissed beaches. You can find plenty of accommodation in Ibiza to fit in your idea of a perfect stay. The huge number of hotels in Ibiza, the best of beach facilities, the exquisite natural setting as well the historical sites of interests attracts many tourists every year. You can find a range of luxury to cheap hotels in Ibiza, which are well-equipped with all the modern comforts to make your holiday absolutely amazing. Ibiza hotels are available in every part of the island, including the Old Town, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. If you’re looking for excellent family hotels in Ibiza, the northern resorts like Portinatx and Port de San Miguel may be the ideal place to choose your accommodation.
Ibiza is one of the five Balearic Islands off the Western coast of Spain. The island wasn’t always the number one party destination that we know it to be today, it started as a major trading port. You can still see remnants of the architecture and traditional dress set by the takeover of the Moors in the 19th century. It wasn’t until 1950s this town was reinvented as one of the most loved holiday destination to enjoy the warmth of Mediterranean. Ibiza attracts a mix of people who want to indulge in some hedonistic partying, those who want to explore the history and soak up the stunning scenery and those who fancy sunning themselves on the golden sands and enjoy some thrill-seeking water sports. Overall, the island has something for everyone to enjoy and there is no shortage of good Ibiza hotels to offer a comfortable stay during your holiday.
Where to stay in Ibiza
Before you start looking for your hotels and flights to Ibiza, you need to work out where you would like to stay on the island. Whether you want to be in the midst of all the partying or whether you’d like to go to Ibiza’s quieter side with stunning scenery and relaxation, there is a selection of hotels in Ibiza to cater your preferences.
San Antonio is where the majority of people like to stay as the nightlife and party scene is legendary. There are a range of hotels in Ibiza San Antonio including luxury to budget so that you get your preferred accommodation right in the heart of the action. If you’re looking for something a little bit quieter but close enough to San Antonio’s clubbing action, you can always opt to stay in San Antonio Bay. Here you’ll find a selection of Ibiza hotels, amazing views of the sunsets, and a chilled atmosphere of people listening to live music on a spacious and relaxed terrace in a bar.
Those looking for family hotels in Ibiza, Playa d’en Bossa may be a good pick as the area has a great mix of beach bars, beaches and a great lively atmosphere. Staying in Ibiza Town means you’ll experience the cosmopolitan side of Ibiza, whilst not being too far from the nearest beaches. If clubbing is not your thing, but you want to experience the true beauty of Ibiza, book your Ibiza hotel in Cala Llonga. Situated away from the parties, here you’ll find a stunning beach to relax and picturesque landscape to adore.
What to see and do in Ibiza
It’s no secret that the majority of visitors to the Ibiza Island are in search of the world’s hottest and renowned clubs and want to party the night away before watching the sunrise on the stunning beach. But, there is so much more to see and do, throughout your Ibiza holiday. The Can Marca Caves sees visitors making their way through stalagmites and stalactites in this concealed cave system that was used by tobacco and liquor smugglers.
If you like to soak in the culture, Ibiza Castle is a World Heritage site that will teach you so much about the history of Ibiza. You should also take a trip to the World Heritage Site town of Dalt Vila, where you’ll find cobbled streets, a cathedral, and stunning views of the island. Get back to nature at Ibiza Horse Valley, where you will find a horse sanctuary that allows them to run wild. You can even enjoy a lovely day horse-riding through the forest or even go swimming with them. Your Ibiza holiday is not complete without a trip to Es Canar Hippy Market. The market started on a small scale the 1960’s before becoming the massive tourist attraction it is today. Sporty and adventurous types will also find plenty of water sports available throughout the island including water skiing, parasailing and diving. On the flip side of partying, Ibiza holiday can be all about yoga. Book your preferred apartment or hotel in Ibiza and enjoy all the attractions that the island has to offer in your Spanish holiday.
Getting in the party spirit in Ibiza
Well it’s no surprise that party lovers flock to Ibiza for the most famous DJ’s and beats that go on until the early hours of the morning. The island’s most famous club would have to be Pacha which was built from a farmhouse, and now is home to the most famous club and DJ nights in the Balearics. You’ll also find the legendary Amnesia and brand new massive club called Hi Ibiza. You’ll party all day at the glamourous pool parties of Ushuai, as well as so many options to party on the golden sandy beach like Beachhouse and Sunset Ashram. And if you’re looking for family fun nightlife, you’ll need to head to the quieter resorts like Cala Llonga.
What to eat in Ibiza
Whether you need to grab some fast food at 4am after partying, or if you’re looking to sample some of the finest Spanish cuisine – you’ll find delicious food wherever you go in Ibiza. Traditional meals on the island are made up of grilled meats and fish with organic fruit and vegetables. Traditional dishes in the island include the fish stew made with potatoes. And of course you’ll be able to wash this all down with stunning local wines. And don’t worry if you’re used to your home comforts because you’ll find pizza joints, chicken pitas and burgers everywhere. You’ll even be able to grab a McDonalds, Burger King or KFC after a heavy night. Also, you can relish scrumptious local as well as international cuisine in your holiday if you choose to stay in plush all-inclusive hotels in Ibiza, which serves a variety of delicacies in both buffet and a la cart restaurants in-house.
Where to shop in Ibiza
There are many souvenir shops in Ibiza, and plenty of markets selling lace, silk and leather goods. You can also visit the world famous Hippy Market to pick up a bargain. Foodies should make their way to the Forada Ecological Food Market which opens every Saturday where you can get a taste of the local cuisine. You’ll find a number of department stores and stylish clothing stores and boutiques, tucked in every corner of the island. So make sure that you save some room in your suitcase for the jewellery, gifts, art and designer clothing that’s available on your Ibiza holiday.
Fast facts about Ibiza
- Nearest airports: Ibiza (IBZ)
- Flight time from London: 2 hours 30 minutes
- Transfer time: 35mins
- Language: Spanish