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Ibiza Holidays & Hotels

Hotels in Ibiza

Party hotels, family villas and international holiday resorts: anything goes at Ibiza, the Balearic Island that comes with a reputation as the world’s leading party resort. But Ibiza is more than just that - in fact, it’s the island that caters for all generations, from disco-loving party animals to mature couples in need of a peaceful Spanish retreat.

The raucous nightclubs are just one side of Ibiza; look a little closer and you’ll find family friendly resorts, seemingly untouched beaches, natural splendor and more. This variety makes Ibiza the perfect getaway for the entire family.

Where to stay

Ibiza Town

By day, Ibiza Town is a shopping mecca, and by nightfall it’s a hub of world-class entertainment - including the famous Pacha nightclub. It interweaves so many features into its day-to-day running, not forgetting its historic elements too. The Old Town, for instance, is packed with museums and galleries, while a walk along the Citadel of Dalt Vila will give you panoramic views of a city bursting with over 2,000 years of history. Much of the accommodation in Ibiza Town sits a little out of the city centre, but you’ll get your pick from a variety of cheap aparthotels and lively beachfront resorts.

Playa d'en Bossa

Positioned halfway between Ibiza Town and the airport, Playa d'en Bossa is one of the places to head to if your perfect holiday involves all-night parties with your mates. The nightlife spills out into the streets and onto the beaches, making this an area that really comes to life once the sun has started to set. By day, it’s a typical Ibiza seafront - ideal for sun worshippers wanting to soak up some vitamin D before heading back into the clubs.

Sant Antoni de Portmany

Often referred to as San Antonio, this is the place where hardcore ravers gravitate to. It has got a beach, but that’s not what attracts most people. Rather, it’s the rowdy parties, the packed clubs, and the daytime booze cruises. Catering for its younger clientele, San Antonio is awash with budget and mid-range accommodation options. Stay around the West End or along the Sunset Strip if you’re wanting to have world-class DJs and the best island clubs at your fingertips.

Cala Llonga

One of the island’s most family friendly resorts, Cala Llonga has the accommodation to match as well. There’s a selection of large resorts, as well as holiday apartments for those who like a little more freedom. Many of the facilities here are geared towards ensuring families have an entertaining and safe getaway, with kid-friendly play areas right next to the

shallow water beaches, as well as fun family festivals during the summer. Adults needn’t worry though; they’re also catered for in the form of a diving school, beach volleyball, and efficient public transport that whisks you off to nearby Ibiza Town within minutes.

What to see

Unknown to many, there’s plenty of hidden culture in Ibiza, and there’s much more to see than just the inside of a dark club. Swimmers and snorkelers alike love the crystal waters of Cala d’Hort, while hikers will be in their element during a challenging walk up the 475-metre Sa Talaiassa mountain. Cova de Can Marçà is an unmissable natural attraction, taking visitors underground for a guided tour of a cave used by smugglers. The cave’s waterfall light show is worth the visit alone.

Nightlife

Casual partiers and passionate clubbers lap up the Ibiza nightlife in their droves. Ibiza Town, Playa d'en Bossa and San Antonio are home to some of the world’s biggest and best nightclubs, with famous DJs often found propping up the decks. Amnesia and Pacha are two clubs that all ravers must attend on a trip to the island, while Ibiza is also home to the world’s biggest nightclub, Privilege. With live entertainment, dancers and DJs on show, the club can hold a maximum capacity of 10,000.

While the lively clubs are some of the better-known nightlife destinations on the island, Ibiza is a place that really does cater for the holiday masses. The wider resorts have got everything from karaoke bars, to quaint cocktail bars and more laid-back lounges.

What to eat

Just as in other parts of Spain, Ibiza is well known for its culinary excellence. Paella is one of the island’s most popular foods, while tapas is best shared with loved ones for the ultimate Spanish experience. For something a little different, be sure to try fideua - it’s similar to paella, but substitutes rice for noodles. Round it all off with a slice of flaó, a Spanish cheesecake with hints of spearmint running through it.

Shopping

From quirky boutiques to seaside gift shops, Ibiza has something to offer all budgets. One of the most famous spots on the island though, is the Hippy Market Punta Arabi, found in the north just outside the Es Canar resort. It’s one of the island’s best-loved attractions and is held every Wednesday from April through to October. Under the shade of pine trees, street stalls sell items as varied as handmade crockery and quirky jewelry, while live music keeps energy levels high.

Fast facts about Ibiza

  • Direct flight time: 2.5 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Ibiza airport: 6 to 32 minutes, depending on resort
  • Time zone: GMT +1
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Average price of a domestic beer: 2 euros
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: 10 euros
  • Number of Brit tourists per year: 870,000

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