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Villas in Ibiza
In the south of Ibiza, you can enjoy superb, contemporary villas with panoramic Mediterranean sea views in San Josep de sa Talaia. Find an exclusive villa set within beautifully landscaped gardens in San Rafael or exquisite modern villas near Ibiza Town and Playa d'en Bossa. Going west, Sant Antoni de Portmany is a wonderful location for villas with breathtaking views, extraordinary architecture and surrounded by the impressive Mediterranian landscape. The north of the island offers beautiful beaches, coves and incredible accommodation near Sant Carles to enjoy the charming White Island. Santa Eulària des Riu, east Ibiza, is also a paradise for island lovers where to find splendid villas for your dream vacations.Luxury villas with outstanding outdoors
If you cherish your privacy, enjoy the quietness of the garden of your villa, as well as a private pool and an integrated jacuzzi or a sauna, lined with sun loungers or even a little pond with lily pads. These villas are suitable for families and large groups of friends. Many villas offer the traditional style of the island with stone facades and wooden porches, but also many others with a more contemporary style, designer furniture, state-of-the-art design, one or two storeys and charming chill-out areas in the garden to enjoy the sun and the essence of Ibiza.
Travellers and activities
As a party destination, Ibiza needs little introduction. This is the holy ground for clubbers. The island has been at the forefront of Europe’s clubbing and music for more than three decades. International DJs, iconic parties and legendary night clubs make this gem in the Mediterranean, one of the most appreciated dance floors. Nightlife lovers can feel the beat every time a Superstar DJ puts on his headphones. Did Armin Van Buuren make you feel the beat when he deejayed live at Ushuaïa? Or when Eric Prydz made you move at Privilege? Calvin Harris, David Guetta and Carl Cox moved your feet at Pacha, Space, Amnesia or Hï did they not? And those magic sunsets with José Padilla at Café del Mar with his iconic Downtempo will always be in our memories! As a music lover, Ibiza is a destination you have to visit at least once in your life.Ibiza for sun dream-like beach lovers
The unrivalled beauty of the White Island’s coastline is one of its main attractions. From long stretches of dark golden sand to soft golden sand beaches, pebbly coves or rocky grainy sand bays. The crystal clear, calm and turquoise waters bathe the coastline and the landscape will mesmerize you the minute you step on the island. Nature reserves, dunes, pine forest or the salt flats. Every beach is surrounded by different jaw-dropping sceneries. Enjoy the longest and more famous beach in Ibiza, Playa d’en Bossa. Take in the beauty of Port d’es Torrent, Portinatx, S’Estanyol, Sa Caleta, Santa Eulalia, Talamanca or Cala Llonga. And The list is endless. But don’t you just take our word for it. Come and experience it by yourself!
Eivissa, which is the correct enunciation of the island’s name, has got sparkling and untainted waters because of a seaweed called Neptune grass.
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Ibiza is for everybody from older visitors to families, party goers and beach lovers. One of the best recommendations is a tour of the UNESCO-listed Dalt Vila. The highest and oldest part of Ibiza Town is guarded by magnificent fortifications that fended off villagers from the threat of attacks by Berber pirates and invasions. Have a look at the seven bastions. Each and every one of them houses a different story. Take in the wonderful panoramic views over the old fishing district and the harbour, discover amazing photo opportunities everywhere and explore the winding cobbled streets with ancient buildings and walls full of history. To discover more about it, there are free tours you can join in multiple languages.2. Watch the magical sunsets
The west coast of the island you can stay in San Antonio, the second largest town of the island, which is not just a good combination of beaches and world-famous nightclubs but the best way to enjoy an unforgettable sunset. The sandy beaches of the area are perfect for a day in the sun, but as the sun goes down they become the perfect spot for one of the most incredible views you will ever get. Café del Mar is home to these unique and iconic sunsets that Ibiza is well-known for. Chill out listening to the best music, indulging yourself with the taste of the island and delicious cocktails as the sky gets your attention while it turns into a raging red with nuances of yellow and orange.3. Enjoy the sea
The sea will be your playground during your vacations. All the main beaches offer all sorts of water sports and rentals for the day. Pump up your adrenaline with some jet-skis, water-skiing or parasailing. Enjoy a day balancing on a SUP, kayaking along the coastline or discover the sea bed diving into its clear waters full of life and caves. Snorkeling is the option for those who wish to admire the underwater from the surface. If you are more of a sailor, then charter a yacht and the port. This is the best way of taking your adventure beneath the waves. You can either sail it by yourself or hire it with a captain that will take you along the island’s craggy coast to have a day full of sun and incredible drop-off points to have a swim.4. Spend a day in Formentera
The beautiful and incomparable neighbouring island of Formentera is a must while in Ibiza. This 19km long island offers a unique paradise with stunning beaches, a nature reserve, salt flats and exceptional spots for sunsets. Have a day lounging at the beach of Ses Illetes, Caló d’es Mort, Migjorn or Cala Saona or the unique beach of s'Espalmador. Enjoy a meal in Can Rafalet, watch the sunset at Cap de Barbaria or from the PirataBus Beach Bar. Discover some of the spots used for films and adverts and let the island captivate you as you feel free during a bike ride along the unspoiled interior with dusty tracks with whitewashed hamlets, desert-like spots, old windmills and several lookout points to take unforgettable pictures and memories that will last for years to come.5. A full day of fun for the whole family
Ibiza is also a great destination for families travelling together. The island offers lots of attractions, water parks and funfairs. Aguamar is a great water park with slides, pools and the best attractions for the family to enjoy a great day of fun under the sun. But, nature is part of the island and part of the greatest activities for children involve being surrounded by rugged landscapes and wild sceneries. On the outskirts of Ibiza Town, you can enjoy horse riding and excursions around the north of the island organised by Horse Valley. In Santa Eulalia and San Antonio, go-karting is another fun activity for the day. Getting away from the sun for a bit? Visit the unique Cap Blanc Aquarium, located in a large natural cave.6. Browse the hippy markets
Shopping and hippy markets will be a great day for discovering the essence of Ibiza. Local artisans sell handmade and second hand items. Punta Arabis is the oldest and biggest market which includes a kids area for face painting and creation of tees and flower crowns. You can buy some crafts, paintings, clothes, jewellery and boho style items at Las Dalias market every Saturday. During summer months, this one also opens at night, with a more relaxed atmosphere. The interior hall houses the Christmas market and for Easter, the stalls anticipate the trends and novelties that will arrive in summer. Hippy markets are a fascinating oasis of colour, live music performances and gastronomic offers. Definitely a must when you go to Ibiza.7. Make your taste buds tingle!
No trip is complete without the delicacies and culinary bites. In Ibiza you can find succulent dishes of Mediterranean cuisine but you must definitely try the pork delicacy named Sobrasada. This paprika-seasoned sausage is loved all over Spain but it originated in Mallorca and Ibiza. If you are a fish lover, indulge yourself with some “bullit de peix”, a local fish stew with grouper potatoes with lobster and shrimp and some aioli sauce. But, for those meat lovers, the Balearic stew is a hearty mixture of various meats like chicken and lamb. Rice dishes are also the star of the menu so, try some fish paella and some Arròs de Matança. Wash down every bite with some tinto de verano, sangria, hierbas ibicencas or frígola.