Ibiza may famously be the clubbing capital of the world but it isn’t just for the 18-30 crowd. Ibiza holidays have more to offer than just cocktails and sunsets, such as stunning beaches, quaint villages, and family friendly resorts. It’s absolutely fair to say that this is a holiday destination with a little bit of something for everyone.
Those who do want immerse themselves in the world class, unrivalled quality of nightlife and world class DJs will prefer the party orientated resorts of Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio. The stunning beaches make for great places to recover from the night before and plan the night ahead at the local super clubs, such as Ushuaia and Space. The free public beaches make for cheap entertainment on holiday, while you keep your cash for splashing in the island’s clubs and bars.
The Northern towns of Porinatx and Puerto de San Miguel offer a quieter experience and are perfect for family holidays to ibiza. Porinatx is especially family friendly and a great choice for a holiday with children. The resort of Puerto de San Miguel is popular with watersports enthusiasts as well as being where you’ll find some of the best restaurants on the island.
To make the most of their holidays to Ibiza, clubbers, couples and families alike should make the time to visit Ibiza Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the island. Along with the site, no holiday here is complete without visiting the craft markets of Santa Eulalia resort either, so brush on those bartering skills.
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If you crave a laid-back holiday experience in tranquil surroundings, then Cala Gracio is the place for you.
This awe-inspiring little gem is truly beautiful with golden sands, crystal-clear waters and lush low hills which create the perfect ambience for relaxing and unwinding.
Delightful souvenir shops, quaint beach bars and superb restaurants further add to the appeal of Cala Gracio for a magical time in a secluded haven.
This beach resort village is beauty itself with its crescent-shaped sandy beach, turquoise Mediterranean waters and charming little harbour.
The picturesque pine-fringed beach is ideal for relaxing and catching some rays, while you can take to the sea if you fancy some thrilling water sports action.
Fashionable bars, top-quality restaurants, and impressive hotels add to the charm of Es Cana as a family-friendly holiday destination.
This is a magical little resort with a stunning family-friendly beach, swaying palms and inviting crystal-clear waters.
Fabulous restaurants, lively beach bars and a myriad of fantastic shops and craft stalls behind the shorefront make Figueretas a great choice for your next holiday in the sun.
This relaxing and peaceful sunshine haven is still close enough to bustling Ibiza Town if you choose to sample the island’s legendary pulsating nightlife.
This picturesque island, which is fondly referred to as ‘Ibiza’s Little Sister’, will take your break away with its beauty and charm.
When you arrive at Formentera after an express ferry trip from Ibiza you’ll discover gorgeous Blue Flag beaches, inviting crystalline waters and a relaxing bohemian ambience.
The island is also home to quaint little villages, super restaurants and many awe-inspiring natural attractions.
The island’s capital of Ibiza Town is steeped in ancient history and culture, as well as being a world-famous destination for people who like to party.
A magnificent hilltop castle, an awe-inspiring cathedral and lovely natural harbour are among the landmarks of note, while the town’s whitewashed lanes are home to charming restaurants, bars and boutiques.
In the summer Ibiza Town becomes a magnet for clubbers, fashion fanatics and beach lovers craving a feast of fun and excitement in a fabulous sunshine resort.
Playa den Bossa
This wonderful palm-fringed beach – the longest in Ibiza - is a hive of activity with dozens of lively bars, charming restaurants and excellent shops.
A fabulous aqua park, a range of sports and leisure amenities on the beach, and a myriad of thrilling water sports make Playa den Bossa the perfect place for a feast of fun in the sun.
This resort is also home to many of the island’s top night spots and beach clubs, with plenty of opportunity for party fanatics to dance from dusk till dawn.
Playa de Talamanca
This laid-back escape is perfect for anyone who wants a relaxing time, away from the hustle and bustle of some of the island’s livelier resorts.
Playa de Talamanca occupies an idyllic bay which is protected from the wind, making it a fabulous location for catching some rays on the sands and taking to the child-friendly shallow waters for a refreshing swim.
Its charming promenade is great for a pleasant stroll and you’ll discover plenty of beach bars and restaurants for a delicious meal and drinks.
Port des Torrent
This old port village is a great place to spend relaxing days chilling out on the beach and entertaining nights soaking up the atmosphere in a traditional taverna.
You’ll be wowed by the golden sands, crystal-clear waters and laid-back charm of this fabulous holiday haven.
Port des Torrent is close to the vibrant resort of San Antonio if you fancy heading there to liven things up a bit with some dusk till dawn dancing in a night club.
The quaint resort of Portinatx is perfect for a quiet and relaxing time in the rejuvenating Mediterranean sunshine.
Hiking and cycling are great ways to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside and there are 3 superb beaches – S’Arenal Grand, S’Arenal Petit and Playa Porto – for sunbathing and taking to the water for snorkelling and swimming.
This former fishing village also has a charming town centre where you’ll discover delightful little shops, bars and restaurants.
There’s never a dull moment in this vibrant resort which comprises three main areas – The Old Town, The Bay and The Sunset Strips.
San Antonio is set in a magical open bay and is home to legendary nightclubs and beach bars where it’s non-stop partying from dusk till dawn.
The resort also boasts awe-inspiring sunsets, beautiful beaches with golden sands and a myriad of thrilling water sports.
This former fishing village is a popular choice for families and couples seeking a magical holiday experience in a relaxing resort.
San Miguel is located in a beautiful cove, surrounded by cliffs adorned with verdant pine trees. The golden sandy beach is perfect for catching some rays and the shallow and safe waters are ideal for children.
This oasis of tranquillity is also home to charming traditional buildings, souvenir shops and beachfront bars and restaurants.
The island’s third largest resort is a glorious holiday escape which oozes charm and an endearing old-world vibe.
The focal point of Santa Eulalia is the Paseo, a divine boulevard lined with palm trees where you’ll find many hotels, bars and top-class restaurants.
The resort also boasts a magnificent yacht marina, glitzy boutiques and two awe-inspiring sandy beaches.
Ibiza is a beach lover’s paradise with a plethora of jaw-dropping sandy expanses, ranging from long family-friendly favourites to quaint coves and bays.
The island is home to more than 80 beaches, many of which have been awarded Blue Flag status, meaning they have commendable water quality, lifeguards and tourism services.
Playa d'en Bossa is Ibiza's longest beach and it is perfect for families and children with its safe and shallow water and inviting golden sands. There’s also a huge choice of water sports and plenty of charming beach bars and restaurants.
Cala Xarraca is a beautiful beach which is lined with red rocky cliffs and verdant pine forests. This enchanting place is a magnet for snorkelling fanatics who are wowed by the abundance of awe-inspiring marine life beneath the waves.
Other popular sandy expanses include the magical sheltered beach Cala Saladeta, the 900-metres stretch of white sands of Talamanca Beach and Ses Salines, a hot favourite with party lovers with its pulsating beach bars and dance clubs.
You’ll find plenty to send your taste buds into raptures in Ibiza with its fabulous choice of delicious traditional fare.
Sofrit Pagés is a hearty stew comprising peppers, artichokes, potatoes and various meats including Ibizan sausages, lamb and chicken.
Arroz de Matanza is a tasty dish which is definitely worth trying during a holiday in Ibiza - it is made with rice, pork and herbs in a rich sauce.
Flaó is a popular dessert which is like an Ibizan version of cheesecake. It usually consists of ricotta, mascarpone or goat’s cheese, eggs, mild aniseed and chopped mint. It may also contain ground almonds, pumpkin jam or honey.
Hierbas Ibicencas is a local liquor with a 200-year history which has an aniseed flavour that is enhanced with orange, thyme and lemon. Palo is a popular aperitif made from the native plant Quino Calsaya.
Aquamar Water Park
A splashing time awaits at this sensational water park which makes a pleasant change from a day on the beach. You’ll discover a myriad of thrilling slides and chutes for parents and older kids to more sedate rides for younger children. There is also a restaurant, picnic areas and sun loungers.
Cap Blanc Aquarium
This fabulous attraction is located in a huge natural underground cavern and is ideal for the little ones. It is home to rescued sea turtles and other wonderful marine life including starfish, sea sponges, gastropods and rainbow wrasse.
Air Zone Park
This inflatable ball park features a range of attractions including giant Vortex and Cyclon spheres which you climb inside and roll down hills. There’s also a giant swimming pool with amphibious balls, a bumper balls arena and the chance to play zorb bumper football.
Hike to the top of Sa Talaia
Dancing in the island's legendary night clubs isn’t the only way to exercise your legs in Ibiza – hiking to the top of Sa Talaia is a healthy option for couples. This easy 2.4 km walk to Ibiza’s highest point offers stunning views across the island.
Enjoy a romantic sunset
There are many places to experience a truly awe-inspiring sunset in Ibiza and the spectacle at Kumharas is a superb choice. Other great locations to watch the sun go down include Cap des Falco and Cala Conta beach.
Explore the Can Marça caves
These underground caverns, which feature stalagmites and stalactites, are truly spellbinding and worth a visit. You’ll be captivated by the eerie silence in these natural wonders which were once used by smugglers to store their contraband.
Test your balance and other physical skills at this incredible outdoor adventure park in a glorious pine forest. The attraction features 49 obstacles, 39 platforms above the ground, a myriad of trampolines and 20 zip lines.
A jeep safari is a great way to visit parts of the island you wouldn’t normally get to see and also enjoy some thrilling driving over challenging terrain. These adventures in a 4x4 also often include many extras such as lunch in a rustic finca or a visit to a secluded beach for a swim.
Escape Rooms Ibiza
Take up the 60-minutes challenge with your friends of trying to escape from a secure room, using the clues and breaking the codes. The choice of themed rooms includes Zombie Apocalypse, Mad Scientist, Sherlock Holmes and Alice in Wonderland.
Explore Ibiza Old Town
Immerse yourself in the island’s history and culture with a visit to the charming old town (Dalt Vila). You’ll be impressed with the quaint cobblestone streets, Gothic architecture, delightful restaurants and 14th century cathedrals.
Glass-bottomed boat Trip
Take to the sea to marvel at the marine life beneath the waves. Options include a trip in a glass-bottomed boat to La Savina port on Ibiza's sister island Formentera or a visit to the mysterious rock of Es Vedrà.
Wellness spa treatment
Indulge yourself with the ultimate pampering experience in one of the island’s many sumptuous spas and wellness centres. You can enjoy a range of relaxing services and treatments including massages, facials, body scrubs, wraps, exfoliation and reflexology.
With the clubbing season being summer centric, the island is typically much busier from June to August than at any other time of year. That said, the island benefits from some incredible year round weather, so you can make the most of a break here whatever month you’re looking. Here’s what to expect from the weather:January and February are the coldest months, averaging 8-16°c, mild but still much warmer than the UK at this time. In March and April the weather can start to get up to 20°c, which would be considered a good summer in the UK. The temperature starts to rise more sharply in May and June, reaching heights of 27°c and rarely falling below the 20°c mark. July and August are the peak of the year, when temperatures can exceed 30°c at their peak. The weather starts to decline in September and October as the summer party season comes to a close, expect anything from 28-16°c as the time goes on. November and December are the start of Winter and the temperature begins to loop around to the same as it was in January and February. Expect 20-9°c.
The Balearic Island of Ibiza attracts 2 million tourists each year. While many are attracted to its world famous clubbing scene, there is far more to do here as well, there are family friendly resorts and little romantic escapes here as well.
For those looking for a more quiet time in Ibiza, the North is the perfect place to start. The town of San Juan is perfect for relaxing beach holidays. The town also offers a lot to do away from the waters, with many boutique shops and markets surrounding the tranquil beaches. For a more high end experience there is the town of Santa Eulalia, which features it’s own marina, art galleries and top class restaurants. For those who don’t consider the high end life too important the towns of Es Cana and Port Des Torrent offer family friendly, cheap holidays to Ibiza.
It should come as no surprise that there are plenty of water based activities to enjoy on holidays to Ibiza, as the island is well renowned for its golden beaches and azure waters. Cruises around these beaches are available in either boat party or dinner cruise form. For those who wish for a little more activity in their water activities there is the option of snorkelling and even deep sea diving.
All of these fun filled activities are before you have even reached the legendary party capital of Europe. Revellers can dance the night away at the super clubs of San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa to some of the best DJs in the world. Ibiza is home to such legendary clubs as Pacha and Space which play host to some of the wildest opening parties at the start of the season. With so much going on on the island there are many reasons to book your 2024 / 2025 holiday to Ibiza!
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