Renowned for being the party capital of the world, Ibiza is a UNESCO-protected island and has so much more to offer. The third largest jewel island of Spain's Balearic Islands, found in the western Mediterranean Sea; Ibiza has more than its fair share of inviting bays, coves, rolling hills carpeted with pine trees and sun-drenched beaches waiting to be discovered.
Ibiza has something for everyone, from the world class nightclubs of Ibiza Town, Playa den Bossa & San Antonio, to Cala Conta boasting one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza. Santa Eulalia, Ibiza’s third largest resort is the ideal holiday destination for families who prefer a quieter break and boasts a beautiful promenade. Portinatx is a stunning family resort with its sandy coves and known for its unrivaled sunsets, it’s ideal for families and accommodates 3 amazing beaches each with sunbeds and lifeguards offering peace of mind.
From the beautiful inner landscapes to the wonderful sun-drenched coastline, there are so many things to do during your Ibiza villa holiday. Golden sand beaches, adventure-filled water parks, spectacular mountain scenery and a historic capital are all waiting to be discovered. Throw all that in with some of the best nightlife around, and you're in for a real treat.
There's an endless choice of beaches to choose from on this idyllic Balearic Island, ranging from sheltered coves to fine golden sand. Families will love Playa d'en Bossa on the south of the island, this resort is home to Ibiza's longest sandy beach featuring sun beds and shallow waters.
Nightlife in Ibiza
Ibiza has a well-deserved reputation as being Europe's clubbing capital, and for those wanting a slice of the action the resorts such as San Antonio have got you covered! Our villas in Ibiza are dotted all around the island, meaning you can take your pick from high-octane nightlife or a more laid-back atmosphere in the quieter resorts.
Food and Drink in Ibiza
The well-established holiday resorts will cater for all tastes, with a variety of international cuisines on the menu. You can always sample some Spanish specialties too, ranging from traditional tapas to island favourites like fish stew and 'Greixonera' - an oven-baked pudding flavoured with cinnamon.
History and Culture in Ibiza
There's certainly more to Ibiza than meets the eye, and a villa holiday here will allow you to explore some of the lesser-known corners of this beautiful island. Away from the coast, Ibiza is rich in greenery and the Sa Talaia mountains provide excellent hiking opportunities. Ibiza Town is home to a fortified old town where ancient monasteries, cathedrals and museums can all be explored.