Ibiza Town (known as ‘Elvissa’ in Catalan) is the part of the island that people picture when they hear the word ‘Ibiza.’ This is where all the big clubs are and where the most popular Ibiza hotels are located.
The nightlife of this Balearic island is famous for a reason - there truly is nothing like an Ibiza super club. While they may not be for everyone, for those into the clubbing scene, a pilgrimage to Ibiza is the number one bucket list item.
Since the nightlife is the most famous part of Ibiza Town, most people assume that the day times are spent nursing hangovers in the hotel room. Those people would be missing out however as the beaches and water of the island are locally renowned as being the best in the Balearics. There are many other great daytime activities in Ibiza Town
The marina is the home of the rich and famous, a place to spot luxury sports cars and even more luxury yachts and maybe even a celebrity or two, who are known to enjoy Ibiza holidays as much as the next person.
Lesser known than the big name clubs that have made their home here is just how old Ibiza Town actually is. Nestled in between the super clubs like Space and Pacha are hundreds of examples of traditional 13th Century architecture.
There is an Old Quarter in the town that still clings to the traditional culture of the town. Here you will find traditional Spanish style white washed buildings as well as authentic Spanish and seafood restaurants, serving some of the best food available on holidays in Ibiza.
Aside from the clubs the other main tourist activity in Ibiza Town is shopping. As the main tourist destination, Ibiza is the only place in the Balearics where you will find high street branded shops. There are also a number of more traditional craft stores on offer during holidays to Ibiza Town.
Eating usually goes hand in hand with shopping and Ibiza Town holidays are as equipped as any to provide an amazing experience. From traditional Spanish and freshly caught seafood restaurants to classic British favourites for the picky eaters, there is something for everyone on holidays in Ibiza Town.
There are many hidden coves to enjoy some private time at the beach and if you get a little restless there are plenty of watersports, from diving to banana boats.
The mountains and clifftops provide a much more tranquil side to the island, with the sound of the wind and tide replacing synthesizers and drum machines. They also provide some spectacular views of the island and the ocean.
Direct flights to Ibiza Airport are available from: London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Doncaster, Sheffield, Manchester, Norwich, Bournemouth, Bristol, Leeds/Bradford, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle, Blackpool, Edinburgh, Belfast, Southampton and Exeter.