The largest city on the island, and thought to be one of the oldest towns in Europe, Ibiza Town is bursting with the best of island life.
With its perfect location on the west coast of Ibiza, you'll never be short of things to do in San Antonio.
Santa Eulalia is great for families and couples alike. A great day trip or the perfect destination for a holiday.
Playa d’en Bossa is the place to party. The most popular resort on the island, it’s home to some of the biggest and best nightclubs in Ibiza.
A true island jewel, San José exemplifies the traditional heart of Ibiza. Loved by tourists and locals alike, San José offers a wonderful insight into life in a traditional Ibizan village.
The heart of Ibiza, Santa Gertrudis lays in the middle of the island; more traditional and agricultural than the rest of the island, it has attracted a more Bohemian crowd
The grand, golden beach of Talamanca, is the perfect place to relax, bask in the sun and bathe in the turquoise, shallow pools of the Mediterranean Sea.
With a buzzing main street, vibrant nightlife, and some of the island’s finest restaurants, the village of Jesús has a welcoming atmosphere that attracts both locals and visitors.
For something a little more traditional, Figueretas’ palm tree lined beaches and cafes offer a calmer side of the island.
Home to the famous Hippy Market, Es Cana’s crescent shaped beach has a lot to offer.
For travellers looking for an alternative view of Ibiza, San Juan, ‘the last village in Ibiza’, offers an unforgettable spiritual and rural retreat.
Famous for being a mecca for hippies, San Carlos rose to fame in the 1960s, attracting peace lovers from around the world to the beautiful natural ambience of this Ibizan retreat.
Not to be confused with Puerto de San Miguel, San Miguel is situated in the more rugged Northern end of the island.
A popular resort, although small, Puerto de Sant Miguel used to be a fishing port for the village San Miguel.
Just three miles from San Antonio, Port des Torrents provides a secluded place to relax and escape.
Crystal clear, turquoise water and fine, white sand makes Cala Tarida a little slice of paradise.
If water sports and secluded bays are your idea of heaven, then the popular beach town of Cala Vadella is the perfect spot for you.
Stress free and beautiful scenery all around you, Portinatx is a little gem of crystal clear waters.
A micro resort, Cala Llonga’s long sandy beach is surrounded by pine covered hills, making it feel like a desert island.
The closest village to the airport, Sant Jordi is a popular place for many reasons.
Conveniently positioned between Ibiza Town and San Antonio, San Rafael offers visitors to the island the chance to relax and unwind, while being able to enjoy unforgettable nightlife just a few kilometres away.
The timeless rural village of Es Cubells, hidden in the southwest of the island, is the perfect place to discover Ibiza’s traditional charms.
The small, traditional, inland village of San Llorenc is the perfect destination to experience the rustic charms of rural Ibiza.
Positioned in the fertile north of the island, Santa Inés is the destination to visit if you want to experience the real rustic Ibiza.
The White Isle has never been such an apt moniker for a destination than the paradise that is Formentera.