A 25-minute drive from the airport puts you in the island’s capital, Ibiza Town. The newer part of town is all about super-chic restaurants and smart cocktail bars, while the UNESCO-listed old town lines up Medieval stone walls, whitewashed houses, and cobbled streets that wind up a castle-topped hill.
Ibiza Town really does have it all. Night and day this city weaves its magic with the sheer diversity of what’s here and what you can do and see
San José (Sant Josep) is the largest of the five municipalities that make up Ibiza. It is also the one with the most beaches and coves along its 80 km of coastline, which stretches all the way from San Antonio in the north to Playa d’en Bossa in the south east.
When the sky is clear, you can see the island of Majorca and even the Iberian peninsula down from the mountain.
It is also an ideal place to admire the sunset as you can drive to the very top of the mountain. It is really one of the most beautiful places and thus, one of the coolest of the island!
San Antonio is a great place to stay for its lively atmosphere, electric nightlife and one of the widest varieties of fun things to do on land and on water. And it is home to those world-famous Ibiza sunsets! The Sunset Strip is the ideal place to enjoy a cocktail, listen to all the latest summer sounds and then watch the sun slowly sink below the horizon in a blaze of vivid oranges, reds and pinks.Show details
Santa Eulalia, a beautiful town and resort on the East coast of the island, is popular with families and those looking for a quieter holiday.
Santa Eulalia is only 21 kms from the airport and is a beloved destination for families and those seeking a quieter holiday. There is a beautiful, palm-lined promenade running the length of the broad and sandy beach, and the choice vacation villas and apartments in and around the town itself is excellent.
If there’s one place in Ibiza you have to see, it’s Ibiza Town’s old quarter, which is known as Eivissa. This town within a town has been given World Heritage Site status, so it’s been preserved like a snapshot in time. Think pin-thin cobbled lanes, balconies smothered in blooms, and chunky 16th-century walls. And for two evenings each October, the town is lit up by Ibiza Light Festival. The monuments, streets, buildings and squares around the marina stand out like a bright star against the inky night sky.Show details
The picturesque bay of Talamanca is just 15 minutes walk along the marina from Ibiza Town. A peaceful resort with a beautiful sandy beach.
Although locally known as the ‘beach of Ibiza Town' the beach is so big that even in high season it's easy to find your own space. More peaceful than most resorts – no towering hotel buildings in sight, the beach also sports shallow turquoise coloured clear waters, perfect for a swim. This really is the location for relaxing in the sun and perhaps enjoying that book you've been meaning to read for years.
Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular resort on Ibiza. Home to famous clubs like Ushuaia and boasting the longest beach on the island dotted with cool beach bars, Playa d'en Bossa offers everything from budget to 5-star luxury.
By day the focus is on the longest beach on the island; endless sand and chill-out space with sunbeds and parasols. There are excellent watersports facilities including stand-up paddle, catamaran, jet ski and plenty of fun water toys.
By night, Playa d'en Bossa becomes the focus of the island's clubbing crowd. Playa d'en Bossa has loads of cool bars to enjoy a pre-club cocktail; you can even dance on the sand in Bora Bora.
Cala Llonga is a complete mini resort with a magnificent wide sandy beach borders the immensely picturesque Bay with pineclad hills on either side.
Ibiza has everything and does everything really well, if you know where to look. This includes looking after families and children and Cala Llonga is the resort that does that best. Everything from the beach activities, accommodation and restaurants is geared to make sure families have a fabulous holiday.
The sea is gently sloping and the gorgeous beach of Cala Llonga, one of Ibizas biggest, is a huge arc of golden sands, stretching across 200 metres and some 100 metres wide. This allows plenty of space for everyone – from clubbers recuperating from the night before to a children's activities area, including a playground and a mini-amusement park. Endless cafes and snack bars catering for the younger palate are also well considered.
In Es Cubells it seems as if time doesn’t pass. Oblivious to the hustle and bustle of the island during the summer, it’s one of the few spots where the beauty and peace of old villages still remain.
This is one of the most hidden villages of the island, located southwest, in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Its name, unlike most villages of the island, is taken from the ancient name of the town instead of naming it after the patron saint. Once you’re in village centre what’s most striking is that it’s right top of a dramatic cliff with magnificent views over Formentera. Its complicated geography has probably caused that today the attractiveness of the authentic rural Ibiza is still conserved.
Roca Llisa is urbanization located half way between Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia, it’s about 3 kilometers away from the resort of Cala Llonga. Roca Llisa is known to be the one and only golf course on the Island, which is part of the urbanization.
The coastal part of Roca Llisa which is basically one large hill is covered in luxury properties. Large luxury villas and luxury styled apartments cover the hills of Roca Llisa and most of them face the sea with fantastic views towards Formentera. Many of the homes in Roca Llisa are second homes to wealthy people from other countries.
A small beach can be found from Roca Llisa, its called Cala Olivera and you have to take a left turn just after you have entered Roca llisa gate. This dirt track is quite long , but a pretty beach awaits you.
Located on the south coast of Ibiza, Cap Martinet is an amazing place that offers you unparalleled view of the sea. It is a beach that is located at few miles from Ibiza. It can be easily accessed from the populated area and the city. Also other beautiful spots such as Talamanca and Marina Botafoch fall within easy reach from this beach. It is a perfect tourist destination in the Ibiza Balearic Islands Spain. The place is full of palm trees, barbeques and such other things that are expected by tourists at any place. It is a perfect way to get energized and refreshed and that too in a completely tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.
At the geographical heart of the island, the village of Santa Gertrudis is Ibiza in microcosm. Steeped in tradition, its main square houses the whitewashed church and a cluster of bars, restaurants and shops, whilst in the rich agricultural landscape all around, live sheep, goats and the island's only dairy cows.
Santa Gertrudis has expanded rapidly but carefully over the last few years. Smart modern villas now line the new streets, the village square has had a makeover and is now a pedestrian friendly plaza and new, hip café bars and restaurants have joined traditional Ibicenco establishments as the village's eatery scene achieved critical mass.
Nestled in a sandy, sheltered bay on the west coast of the island, surrounded by pine-covered hills, can be found the tiny resort of Cala Tarida. It boasts a long beach of fine, white sand (which is south-facing and therefore blessed by sunshine from morning until evening), beautiful clear turquoise and azure waters, and some of the most amazing sunsets on the island.
Cala Tarida is situated close to San Antonio, which is a fifteen minute bus ride away, or you may prefer to take one of the frequent ferry boats. From San Antonio, there is a regular bus service to the rest of the island. The capital, Ibiza Town, is a thirty-five minute drive away.
Situated in the North of the island, Portinatx immediately impresses with not one but three great beaches - S'Arenal Gros (which is the largest), S'Arenal Petit (which is more private) and Playa Porto Beach - each one of them fully kitted out with sunbeds and lifeguards to ensure complete peace of mind and body.
Portinatx is a favourite for families, the shallow waters being safe, the bars and restaurants all family-friendly and hotels and apartments offering good facilities and entertainment. There is an intimate, familiar atmosphere in this small resort, it is easy to meet other holiday makers and for kids to make new friends.
For many, Cala Conta needs no introduction. For those who've not yet experienced her crystal shores, you're in for a very special treat. Cala Conta has fabulous views of the little islands dotted near Ibiza's coastline, beautiful turquoise waters and several different areas to explore, making it one of the best beaches on the island.
There are two stretches of sand, one backed by a rocky coastline, the other by sand dunes. A third and smaller cove, used by naturists, is at the far west end and reached by steps hewn into the rock. The shallow water is safe for children and clear as a swimming pool. Be careful when swimming into the open sea; there are very strong currents here - so even more experienced swimmers should avoid aiming for the island offshore.
San Miguel is truly the gateway to the less developed, rugged coast of the north of Ibiza.
Occupying a commanding position, the village and its fortress church, built between the 14th and 18th centuries, dominate the countryside all the way down to the coast at Puerto de San Miguel, which was once the fishing port of San Miguel and is now a popular small resort.
These days the church is more of a landmark to the thousands of tourists who pass through here on route to the big hotel complexes. It's also the venue for high kicking displays of traditional folk dancing as practised by the local folk lore groups on Thursdays from 6pm in summer.
The village has its fair share of little bars and restaurants, C'an Rei is a traditional restaurant with a range of tapas, while Es Bosc, a small finca with shady garden, serving tapas, meat and fish, is just outside the village on the road to Santa Gertrudis.
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