Jun 26, 2019 - Jun 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Ibiza
One of the Balearic Islands and a Spanish archipelago in the Mediterranean, Ibiza is best known for its lively nightlife in both Ibiza Town and San Antonio where international nightclubs take residency over the summer months.
Despite its reputation, Ibiza is also home to a number of quiet villages, lovely beaches, pine forests and marinas. It’s also possible to visit the island without stepping into a nightclub and simply enjoy all the attractions of what is often an unspoilt landscape.
Although the island is far from vast at just over 220 square miles in size, getting around is best served by private car – buses and taxis are readily available but the freedom afforded by a renting car in Ibiza will allow you to see more of the island, its hidden gems and stunning views.
Opting to stay in Ibiza Town means you will be within easy driving distance of many of the island’s attractions, including beaches such as Playa d’en Bossa, a three-mile stretch of white sand just south of Ibiza Town, and the hideaway Sol d’en Serra, a tiny cove nestled between two dramatic cliffs.
Ibiza Town Hotels
Ibiza Town – also known as Eivissa - is a cool place to stay and gives the best of both worlds with the attractions of the town and its nearby beaches coupled with the excitement of the bustling nightlife attractions.
A luxury five-star hotel with its own nine-hole golf course and outdoor swimming pool, the Mirador De Dalt Vila is located in Eivissa and offers a wide selection of outdoor leisure activities, including mountain biking, tennis, quad biking, horse riding and sailing.
The Hotel Nautico Ebeso is located in the heart of the tourist center of Figueratas, just a short stroll from a bay and surrounded by golden sandy beaches. The bustling Ibiza Town is close by meaning a stay here will have you in the amongst the action, while detached enough to enjoy the elegant room, swimming pool bar and buffet-style meals.
This modern boutique-style hotel is located in the Marina district and offers accommodation in the heart of the action for those looking for a budget choice. Its busy pub is a popular meeting place and sports bar, while the hotel’s prime location means local attractions such as restaurants, clubs, bars and shops are within easy walking distance.
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Party island / Beach island and a nice little town to vacation in Spain. We took the overnight ferry from Barcelona to the islands. Very crowded with tourists so I must come back when its not high season.
Was nice on my 20s Lots of night life ! Litle Germany town the Castle and good food Love
Beautiful, romantic & fun! I highly recommend an Ibiza vacay! Walking into Ibiza old town is a bit of a hike, but it's so much fun. And so many lovely views.
There is a reason Ibiza is a playground that the glitterati love to frequent. You are able to party all night at nightclubs like Space and Pacha. The party continues all day or if you prefer quiet take advantage of staying at one of the many villas on the island. Playa d'en Bossa and Figuertas Beach are the closest to town, I would suggest either getting a guide or making a deal with a taxi driver (for a set fee) to take you to all of the remote, beautiful beaches that only locals frequent.