Ibiza dazzles, delights and restores in equal measures. The mesmeric Balearic Island really does have something for everyone. Beloved for its hedonistic side, Ibiza also embodies a quieter, more bohemian character the more north of the island you go.
Wind your way around the cobbled streets of Ibiza Town before scaling the fortified old town, Dalt Vila. Unfurl your towel on one of the island’s many scenic beaches. Spend a day hunting for trinkets at one of Ibiza’s iconic hippy markets.
Our package holidays to Ibiza will immerse you in the magical atmosphere Ibiza has to offer.
Crystal-clear waters, pristine beaches, natural coves, otherworldly scenery… The Ibiza coastline is marked by one of a kind, awe-inspiring places to enjoy the beach and sea all year long. Taste a paella or take in a seaside concert, ramble down the coast by boat or kayak, go scuba diving or try all manner of other water sports. Or simply dig your feet into the sand and watch the sun go down. The options are endless.
From never-ending golden sand beaches to secluded coves fit for an afternoon chill, variety is one of the Ibiza coastline’s signatures. Another is the abundant wealth of its prized scenery and sea floor. (Meadows of Posidonia oceanica, a native seagrass, are listed as a World Heritage site.)
- Beaches and Coves
- Water Sports
- Street Markets
Ibiza also has three important ports: Ibiza, Santa Eulària des Riu, and Sant Antoni de Portmany. Ships from the regular lines that connect the island to different points on the Peninsula (Barcelona, Valencia, and Denia) and on the Balearic archipelago (Palma de Mallorca and Formentera) sail from the ports of Ibiza and Sant Antoni. In addition to the regular passenger lines, you can reach Ibiza on private boat, charter boat, or one of the many cruises that sail to the island.
Ibiza can be reached by sea or air. Its airport is located on the southern part of the island, in San Josep de Sa Talaia. Many different flying companies offer direct flights to/from the rest of the Balearic Islands, the Iberian Peninsula, and other European countries.
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Ibizan nature is one of the island’s most important charms. No doubt its dense Mediterranean pine forests attract the attention of visitors. In fact, the Greeks knew the Pityusic Islands as Pine Islands, due to the green layer that spread through its fields and mountains all year round. According to recent scientific studies, pine trees have been a trait of the island’s landscape for 7,000 years.
You will be able to enjoy the island’s spectacular sunsets over the Mediterranean sea, bathe in crystal water, wander around wheat fields, vineyards, and orchards, scented with aromatic plants, such as thyme, rosemary, and lavender that grow disorderedly on every corner.
- IBIZA TOWN
- ES CANAR
- SANTA EULALIA DEL RIO
- SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY
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BEST MONTH TO VISIT IBIZA
The best time to visit Ibiza is from May to October when high temperatures hover in the mid-20s and mid-25s. The months between November and April are considered low season.
HOW MANY DAYS IN IBIZA IS ENOUGH?
If this is your first time in Ibiza and you want to visit all different beaches and attractions… then we would recommend to spend around 7 days on the island.
WHAT SHOULD YOU NOT MISS IN IBIZA?
- A walk around Dalt Vila
- Incredible beaches and coves
- A visit to Formentera
- Unforgettable Sunsets
- The sound of the drums in Benirrás
- Street markets