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Ibiza Holidays

Ibiza
Overview

Ibiza is one of the world’s most famous holiday destinations thanks to its sensational nightlife. However, in recent years, there has been a shift as more and more people discover some of its hidden gems, such as the quiet beach coves ideal for relaxing, the amazing family-friendly beaches and the luxury hotels and resorts favoured by high-net-worth individuals and celebrities. Almost overnight Ibiza has become not only a nightlife capital of the world but a highly desirable luxury holiday destination that is assessable to all.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing luxury spa retreat or a few nights exploring the nightlife scene, Ibiza has something for every type of traveller. Cala Jondal and Talamanca are just two of Ibiza’s more desirable areas where you can spend your days relaxing by the pool on sunloungers listening to laid-back tunes people-watching the hours away. Sound good? Get luxury Ibiza holidays booked today so you are ready for the ultimate summer.

 

Why go to Ibiza?

The one thing you’ll never be on Ibiza holidays is bored. There is so much to see and do from the moment you wake up right up until the early hours.

 

Sensational Beaches

One of the most popular beaches is Benirrás, a medium-sized beach with inviting waters and an atmosphere and scenery that is pure Ibiza. Elsewhere, Cala Tarida boasts the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast.

 

Family-Friendly Attractions

Ibiza has merged as a top family holiday destination, not least due to its vast range of attractions. The kids will love Aguamar Water Park located in Playa d'en Bossa, featuring multiple slides, pools, and a splash area for younger children.

 

Luxury Resorts

When it comes to high-end luxury, Ibiza packs a punch well above its size. Cala Jondal has beach clubs where you can relax and chill, whereas Playa d’en Bossa has famous beach clubs that include Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza.

 

Laid-Back Vibes

Away from the buzzing heart of Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa, you can find plenty of laid-back activities, quiet coves and immersive experiences. Take a trip to experience one of the hippy markets that put Ibiza on the map in the 1970s, or laze in a beach club sipping on natural fruit juices.

 

World-Famous Nightlife

Ibiza is still one of the party capitals of the world, attracting partygoers from every corner of the globe. Every summer thousands descend to its famous clubs and bars to party until the early hours.

 

When to Visit Ibiza

Many people prefer to visit around July or August when the weather is faultless and the island is most beautiful. At this time of year, you can expect sunny days and bright skies almost every day, making it the perfect opportunity for sunbathing and swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Balearic Sea. You can also enjoy thrilling boat trips out into the open ocean or visit some of Ibiza's famous discos, like Pacha and Amnesia. If you are looking for a more low-key holiday, spring or autumn may be a better option and temperatures do still reach above 20 degrees during these times.

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Essential Information
Getting Around

An excellent bus service and plentiful taxis mean that it’s easy to get around the tourist resorts. If you want to head into the hills or explore some of Ibiza’s traditional villages then a hire car, moped or motorbike – or the extensive hiking trails - will get you to the heart of the island. Ferries also run along the coast, and between the Balearics, or you can hire a small boat to beach hop in style.


Travelling by bus or car

Buses on the island are cheap, air-conditioned and run regularly between popular resorts. For night owls, the handy disco bus runs from midnight to 6am, stopping at the out of the way clubs and main nightlife spots.


Hire cars are cheap and readily available on the island, as are mopeds and bikes, and will give you the freedom to really explore. The roads are better in built up areas than rural spots. Driving is on the right hand side of the road.


Passports and Visas

A visa isn’t required for travel by British citizens to Ibiza but you must have a valid passport. Check the most recent passport and visa guidelines at For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/


Health and Safety

Travel and medical insurance should be taken out to make sure that you’re protected while away. An EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) entitles you to emergency treatment. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health


Vaccinations

No vaccinations are needed for travel to Ibiza but holidaymakers should be up to date with routine jabs

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Places to go and things to do in Ibiza
Top 5 things to do in Ibiza
Top 5 things to do in Ibiza

Ibiza is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for a reason – it has something for everyone.


Dance the night away. Many people come here to experience the world-class nightclubs, and for good reason. Be prepared to see your favourite DJs partying until sunrise.


Go on a shopping spree. The shopping scene is excellent, with many high-end boutiques and designer stores to choose from.


Daytrips to Formentera are a popular option. The island’s beaches are the jewels in its crown.


Relax on one of the many beaches. There are many to choose from, including influencer beaches where socialites gather through to secluded, family friendly bays.


Visit Ibiza Town. With its quaint streets and atmospheric cafes, Ibiza Town is well worth a day trip at least.

So whether you're looking for a wild party or a quiet place to relax, Ibiza has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday.

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What are the best beaches in Ibiza?
What are the best beaches in Ibiza?

Ibiza is well-known for its stunning beaches, and there are plenty to choose from depending on your holiday style.


Talamanca beach is a great choice for those looking to relax. It's situated close to Ibiza Town, so you can easily pop into town for lunch or a spot of shopping. The beach itself is very pretty, with crystal-clear water and a wide stretch of sand.


Playa d'en Bossa is the place to be if you're looking for a livelier beach scene. It's one of the longest beaches on the island and is always buzzing with activity. There are plenty of bars and restaurants close by, as well as a water park if you fancy something different.


Cala Jondal is a must-visit for something really special. It's well known for its azure waters and tree-lined cliffs, and there are several chic beach clubs to choose from if you want to enjoy a day of luxury.

Whichever beach you choose, you're guaranteed to have an enjoyable holiday in Ibiza.

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What to eat and drink in Ibiza
What to eat and drink in Ibiza

When visiting Ibiza, there is certainly no shortage of delicious food and drink to enjoy.


Seafood delights. Seafood lovers will be in heaven, with paella being a specialty of the island. Every restaurant will have fresh fish on the menu so order and enjoy!


Local specialties. For something a little different, try sofrit pagés - a traditional dish made with tofu, potatoes and peppers.


Super sangria. No mention of Ibiza would be complete without Sangria. This Spanish staple is the perfect way to cool down in the heat of the day.

So whether you're looking for a holiday that's all about the party or one where you can relax and enjoy the excellent food and drink on offer, holidays to Ibiza are a great choice.

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Sighting-Seeing in Ibiza
Sighting-Seeing in Ibiza

Holidays in Ibiza are all about enjoying the sun, sea and sand. However, there is also a lot to see and do on the island, and one of the best ways to explore is by sightseeing.


The Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art is a great place to start, with its collection of modern and contemporary art.


Bar Anita is another must-see, as it is one of the oldest bars on the island and the centre of the hippy scene from the 1960s.


Dalt Vila is a must-visit for a taste of history as it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in Ibiza Town, this ancient fortress offers stunning views of the city and is surrounded by restaurants and bars.

There are also many other great attractions in Ibiza, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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Nightlife in Ibiza
Nightlife in Ibiza

Holidays to Ibiza are all about the nightlife - if you want it to be that is!

There are three main areas to bar hop: Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza Town and San Antonio. Each one has a different vibe.


Playa d’en Bossa is where you’ll find many super clubs. These are the world-famous DJs that everyone wants to see. If you want to party all night long, this is the place for you.


Ibiza Town bars are a little more laid-back. You can explore the Old Town and drink in some of the historic bars there. Or you can people watch from one of the many cafes lining the streets.


San Antonio is where you’ll find the biggest party scene on the island. This is where people come to let loose and have a good time from all over the world, year after year.

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Is Ibiza suitable for family holidays?
Is Ibiza suitable for family holidays?

When it comes to family holidays, Ibiza is ideal. With its beautiful beaches and array of fun and exciting attractions, everyone in the family is sure to have a great time.


Amazing beaches. One of the biggest draws on Ibiza is its incredible beaches. Whether you are looking for powdery sand or rocky shores, spectacular views or golden sunshine, Ibiza's beaches have it all.


Fun watersports. There are also tons of activities you can enjoy while at the beach, including swimming, snorkeling and paddle boarding.


Family-friendly attractions. From theme parks to animal sanctuaries to world-class museums and everything in between, there truly is something for every member of your family on this vibrant island.

Whatever your interests may be, you won't be disappointed by what Ibiza has to offer!

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Culture & History in Ibiza
Culture & History in Ibiza

There is plenty of history and cultural attractions to explore when on holidays to Ibiza.


Cave of Ses Fontanelles. Located just outside the town of San Carlos, this natural limestone cavern is home to a number of impressive stalagmites and stalactites that were formed thousands of years ago.


Corsair Monument commemorates the brave men who fought in defense of their homeland during pirate raids and invasions throughout centuries past.


Ibiza Castle is one of Spain's most revered medieval structures that has long been a source of great pride for locals and tourists alike.

Why not book your trip today and experience all that this vibrant island has to offer?

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