This charming Mediterranean island is definitely worth exploring. Whenever someone hears of a holiday in Ibiza they tend to think of partying until dawn, of internationally renowned DJ's, of gorgeous beaches... and they are not wrong. But there is so much more you can experience on a holiday in Ibiza:
Beautiful beaches, an exciting countryside, and plenty of history and culture: this is Ibiza. One of the most famous landmarks here is the Las Salinas Salt Flats that have been in use for more than 2000 years. Take a picture of a sunset here and it will look like you've vacationed in a postcard. Ibiza town is not to be missed either from a holiday home in Ibiza, see the Medieval Castle here, the Dalt Vila, enjoy a cocktail in the port area and the vibe of the island by night. Visit the white-washed villages of Ibiza too if you get the chance, they are quite an amazing sight.
Ibiza is an island of great mood and a disposition for constant smiling. A holiday villa in Ibiza will surely enchant your senses every day. If you choose San Antonio for a holiday destination for example, you get to see the famous and stunning sunsets from Cafe del Mar, and enjoy the nighttime vibes too. The longest beach on the island is on Playa d'en Bossa, where you will also find the clubs Ushuaia and Space, many beach bars, great food, fantastic cocktails... it's the most popular place on the island in other words, and will be a dream come true for many vacationers. For a quieter holiday in Ibiza, choose the Santa Eulalia town for a chance, on the East coast, with its palm lined promenade and art galleries, this is the island's gastronomic center as well. Check out the famous the Punta Arabí Hippy Market on Wednesday in Es Caná or the Las Dalias Hippy Market on Saturday in San Carlos, and many others from a holiday villa in Ibiza. Concerts and clubs, bars and terraces, beach bars and lots of fun and a buzzing nightlife will never lack from this island.
Ibiza kind of really has it all, even when it comes to its nature: sandy beaches, hidden coves, clear warm waters. The Ses Salines National Park is amazing, it hosts unspoilt beaches, a unique flora, and bird species. Just a narrow strait of water separates Ibiza from Formentera, an island that has many naturist beaches, if that is something that may interest you. The Nature Reserve of Es Vedra is actually a small island that is mostly uninhabited, with the exception of some wild goats, Eleanora's falcons, and some Ibizan wall lizards. It's known to be kind of a mystical place, they say it is a center of some magnetic lines of power and UFO sightings. Fascinated yet? Top it all of with watching a sunset from Ses Veriades, a famous coast for its colorful... attitude.
Ibiza is much famed for its massages too. This is said to be one of the best ways to pamper yourself, and the effects of it are felt for many days to come. The island offers as well some perfect wellness retreats. From detoxing to holistic healing, from self development to yoga and shiatsu, you can enjoy it all on this beautiful island of so many options.
There are many activities and sports you can enjoy in Ibiza, from water sports to all sorts of other things. Enjoy a jet ski ride on Playa den Bossa, try surf lounge in the lively San Antonio Bay area, go to the Aguamar water park. There is parasailing in San Antonio, take a ferry to Formentera. Cliff diving next to Ibiza Town is amazing, quad excursions, are also great, there is a tourist train in Santa Eulalia, and you can even go on a jeep safari here. In San Juan there is the Ibiza Horse Valley you can get to from a holiday home in Ibiza, and a speed boat trip can be memorable too. Diving in various locations will reveal astounding underwater mysteries, or just relxing on the beach can be truly satisfying. Ibiza is the place!
Though one may think that a holiday in Ibiza is not quite a thing for families, one will discover they are very wrong. There are plenty of places in Ibiza where families can have a great time and not necessarily take the island over at night. From aquariums to stalactite caves, to beaches that are very safe for children to play on and go swimming, there are all sorts of options. There are play areas too, there are bouncy castles and trampolines, carousels, slides and so on. Water sports are always and option, there is diving, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing... pretty much all you can imagine and more.
As you can probably imagine, there are all sorts of specialties to be tried out in Ibiza. From local to international cuisine, you can find everything you wish for here. The local paella is really delicious, the Guisat de peix is a fish dish with potatoes usually, the Sofrit pages is a type of stew, the Borrida de Rajada is a freshly caught skate that is baked with almonds. Try the Ensiamadas as well, croissants filled with cream, chocolate, etc.
You can opt for taking your pet with you on Ibiza too, if you wish. You can get a pet friendly holiday home here and enjoy some fantastic times with the entire family. The long stretch of the pebbly shoreline at Es Codolar is very popular with grown up party people, with wellness gurus and also with people who have pets. This is a beach where you can take the leash off your dog. There are also many other places you can enjoy your Ibiza time with pet, experience a unique time here!Points of interest, a “must see” list in Ibiza:
A holiday in Ibiza is simply unforgettable, whether you spend it with family or friends, you will have the time of your life on this island of sunny feelings year round!
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