Find a perfect sunshine villa break in Ibiza
While this Balearic Island may have a party reputation, Ibiza holidays aren’t all nightclubs and dancing till dawn. Although if that’s your thing, you’ll find it here! In fact, this little corner of Spain is blessed with beautiful beaches and turquoise waters as far as the eye can see. While the best nightlife is found at San Antonio Bay or Playa d’en Bossa on the West Coast, you can find blissful relaxation in many of the island’s quieter resorts, from Cala Llonga to Santa Eulalia.
Our range of Ibiza villas are guaranteed to add a touch of luxury to your next holiday. Browse our family friendly properties, each one with their own private pool and plenty of space to keep siblings happy. Or for a more romantic experience, avoid an impersonal package holiday and take a look at our gorgeous white-washed villas, with private gardens and al fresco dining.
With availability across the island, you have your pick of holiday destinations. Choose from peaceful fishing villages like San Jose or lively resorts such as Es Cana, which hosts the oldest and biggest of the island’s famous hippy markets. If you’d prefer a more authentic Ibizan experience, visit Dalt Vila; the historic part of Ibiza town and a UNESCO heritage site. Your ticket to this awe-inspiring island is just a click away.
San Jose de sa Talaia
Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera
Sant Francesc de s'Estany
Santa Eularia des Riu
Santa Eularia des Riu
Villa holidays provide the perfect combination of affordability and comfort. Villa holidays are often much cheaper than staying in hotels, allowing you to enjoy the flexibility of self-catering accommodation without spending a fortune. You can choose from a wide selection of villas, all of which offer spacious living areas and fully-equipped kitchens. You'll have the perfect space to relax and unwind without relying on the extra charges and amenities of a hotel.
A villa and a hotel are both popular vacation lodging choices, but there are some key differences that set them apart. Villas offer more in the way of privacy and seclusion, with spacious rooms, dedicated outdoor areas, and larger kitchens allowing for relaxed in-home meals and entertainment. Moreover, villas are often located in residential areas, with access to the local community and amenities. In contrast, hotels offer a more traditional and convenient lodging experience.
The best time to visit Ibiza is during the late Spring or early Summer when the weather is warm and sunny but not too hot.
For some amazing beaches and nightlife, San Antonio is arguably the best area to stay. Alternatively, if you're looking for something a little more tranquil and secluded, Cala Llonga or Santa Eulalia provide a great spot to get away from it all.
To get to Ibiza from the United Kingdom, you can take a flight from various UK airports (London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester airport, Edinburgh airport etc.) to Ibiza Airport which is located on the South West coast of the island. Once there, you can take a taxi or rent a car from the airport to get to your final destination. Alternatively, you can catch a connecting flight from Barcelona Airport to Ibiza, where there are multiple ground transfer options.
The currency used in Ibiza is the Euro (EUR).
Ibiza is two hours ahead of the UK.
The official language of Ibiza is Catalan, although Spanish is commonly spoken as well.
Ibiza is a great destination for a holiday. It has many beautiful beaches, and is known as a top spot for nightlife with a variety of clubs and bars. In addition, Ibiza is home to many cultural attractions such as the old town, Roman remains and archaeological sites.
Ibiza has a wide range of food and drink to offer, from traditional Spanish cuisine like Tapas to a variety of international food, as well as drinks such as the local Hierbas liquor. The island also has a wide range of bars and clubs, offering up all kinds of drinks, from cocktails to beers and wines.
The beaches of Ibiza are renowned for their stunning beauty, white sands and clear waters. In particular, Cala de Bou and Es Cavallet are two of the most iconic and popular beaches in Europe, offering incredible views, plenty of activities and a party atmosphere. Overall, Ibiza is the destination of a lifetime for any beach lover.
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