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Reviews of our villas in Ibiza

We have 26 reviews of our villas in Ibiza.

3 bedroom villa to rent in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza
May 2019

Cozy house with everything you need. XXX and XXX super available. Whatever we asked, they made sure we had it, always responded quickly to all our doubts, in other words very kind. the beautiful and spacious house, top pool. definitely a nice vacation.

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Renter: Ilenia G.
Ilenia G.
3 bedroom villa rental in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza, with private pool
August 2018

Very nice house, spacious, bright, with furniture a bit 'dated. Well organized outside, with barbecue and nice pool. Very quiet location. I hope to come back

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Renter: Mirella B.
Mirella B.
3 bedroom villa to rent in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza
June 2018

Finca in good condition. Dishwasher not to use! Very bad for 6 people! House was superficially cleaned. Then I had to clean myself! Otherwise a Too location if you are looking for recreation.

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Renter: Siegfried
Siegfried
3 bedroom villa rental in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza, with private pool
July 2017

Had a fabulous 2 weeks here lovely pool, lovely location just 10 minute drive from Es Canar perfect for 6 people. Car definitely needed, very peaceful - helps if you speak some Spanish as the owner has no English - we would return

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Renter: Pauline
Pauline
3 bedroom villa with private pool in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
July 2016

Perfect, the place is relaxing and close to the beach or points of interest of the island. We loved to relax and have a good time around the pool, with its barbecue

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Renter: Patrice
Patrice
3 bedroom villa rental in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza, with private pool
May 2016

The house is beautifully situated on the edge of cala llena, and is fully equipped. The pool was nice and large and especially the outdoor shower with hot water is very practical and delicious! We were two persons, but the house is also suitable for larger groups (three bathrooms). We will definitely come back to this wonderful luxury house.

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Renter: Heidi
Heidi

Travel guide

A quick overview of Ibiza

There’s so much more to Ibiza than yoga retreats and the world famous nightlife of Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio. Some of the most stunning Balearic beaches are right here. Sandy coves, pine tree-clad hillsides and wildflowers make up the surrounding landscape of this diverse island. You'll find eclectic crowds where families, party-goers, couples and locals enjoy the sun side-by-side. There are so many ways to experience Ibiza, be it the colourful bohemian markets, world-famous clubbing scene or Phoenician architecture.

Key holiday info

  • It takes roughly 2.5 to 3 hours to fly to Ibiza from the UK and Europe's main cities.
  • Temperatures between June and September stay around 30°C, and rarely drop below 9°C during the winter months.
  • Ibiza's stunning coastline boasts 15 Blue Flag beaches meeting the highest environmental standards.
  • Sa Talaiassa mountain, or "watch tower" in Catalan, is the island's highest point at 475m above sea level.
  • Ibiza's affordable bus network reaches most parts of the island.

How to get to Ibiza

There are regular flights to Ibiza from almost all major cities in the UK and Europe. Flights from the UK are usually between 2.5 and 3 hours long. The airport is just outside the island’s capital, and a taxi transfer to the capital takes no longer than 10 minutes and costs about 15 Euros. A much cheaper option is to use the public transport service which covers almost the entire island. Tickets cost between 3 and 5 Euros.

Where to stay in Ibiza

There are numerous nightclubs and a selection of lively bars along the western coast in San Antonio. San Antonio is located in the western region of Ibiza. The region is renown for warm coves, sparkling beaches, gorgeous scenery and wild nightlife. From Blue Flag beaches to its fascinating history, yoga retreats and colourful nightlife, the capital of Ibiza - Eivissa - caters to all holidaymakers. With towering fortress walls and ancient architecture the capital provides the best way to experience Ibiza's cultural heritage. Also, a short field trip to the Puig des Molins archaeological site and museum can turn out to be quite educational for youngsters and adults alike. Apart from being a quiet family-friendly destination dotted with coves, rich forestry and beaches, San Juan is also known for its historic remnants and vast wilderness with plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities. San Jose is known as the liveliest region on the island and home to Playa d'en Bossa - the famous 3km long beach that turns into a nightclub after sundown. Apart from the dynamic nightlife, the region also boasts breathtaking scenery, white sandy beaches, historical sites and peaceful, sheltered coves. Opposite San Jose is Santa Eulalia - a relaxed and family-friendly resort with few spots to visit after a long day at the beach. There are plenty of art galleries in this region and it’s famous for being the island's culinary centre. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in outdoor activities here, and the resort is particularly well-known for being a haven for cyclists, hikers, runners and climbers alike.

Beaches in Ibiza

There are over 80 beaches in Ibiza, 15 of which fly the Blue Flag, and all have something wonderful to offer. Relax and enjoy an afternoon on family-friendly beaches like Es Canar and Portinatx, or mingle with livelier crowds on Playa d'en Bossa in San Jose where you'll find the beating heart of Ibiza's nightlife. In any case, there are many enchanting coves and beautiful beaches scattered all over the White Isle that can be either an exciting getaway or a calm oasis. You'll find plenty of bars and restaurants dotted around all beaches and coves in Ibiza.

Golfing holiday in Ibiza

As all lovers of the game know - Spain is the place to go when looking for attractive golf courses. Though Ibiza does boast an extensive roster of courses, there are two excellent ones on the island, both in Roca Llisa and next to each other. One of the courses is a challenging 18 holes par 72, while the other one is a rather relaxing 9 holes course - both are beautifully located, well-kept and excellent for upping your game.

Things to do in Ibiza

If you’ve had enough of the beach, and are looking for a different type of pastime, take a walk down the cobbled streets of the old quarter in Eivissa and discover ancient relics with World Heritage status. A fortress lies within the medieval walls providing incredible views across Ibiza. Archaeological sites Sa Caleta and Puig des Molins necropolis are a must see, with a history spanning as far back as 7 BC. Sa Talaiassa is the highest mountain on the island and you can reach the summit by bike or on foot - there is a lovely trail going up the mountain. Book a horse riding session in the famous Ibiza Horse Valley, where most of the horses have undergone rehabilitation after a series of mistreats, and have now beautifully adapted to their natural surroundings.

Kids activities in Ibiza

There are numerous amusement parks on the island, including the usual and floating water parks. The most prominent parks are Sirenis Aquagames in San Antonio and Aguamar Water Park near Eivissa. Floating water parks can be found on almost every family-friendly beach on the island. Towering fortress walls and ancient architecture in Eivissa is the best way to experience and get to know the island's cultural heritage. That and a short field trip to the Puig des Molins archaeological site, including the museum, can turn out to be quite fun and educational to youngsters and adults alike.

Getting around Ibiza

There are more than a couple of ways to get around the island. The simplest way is by taking a taxi which costs about 1.5 Euros per kilometre. Taxis can also be pre booked which costs an additional 1.20 Euros. With transfers costing between 3 and 5 Euros, public transport is the cheapest option. Public transport covers the entire island and there are more buses in the circulation during summer and high season, but prices remain the same. Another option is car hire, which could prove to be an excellent choice if travelling with toddlers or small children. Nowadays, car hire is usually done online, and you just pick up the car at the airport. Prices for car hire vary, and it is always advisable to check most offers and compare insurance, gas and vehicle prices before booking.

Eating out in Ibiza

Thanks to it’s growing popularity as a holiday destination, Ibiza has become a gastronomic haven; but since Ibiza is an upscale holiday destination, a bit pricier articles on restaurant and bar menus are expected. However, here are a couple of spots, which we believe are, for every pocket: Street Ibiza is a fast food joint in San Antonio with a vast selection of hamburgers. Vermutería Ajo Blanco is a moderately priced tapas bar outside Eivissa where tapas is turned into a decent meal. Shamarkanda in San Juan is a gorgeous little restaurant with wonderful decor and an even better menu.

Ibiza's Nightlife

Of course Ibiza is famous for its rampant nightlife scene and to confirm it just visit Amnesiain San Antonio; but if clubbing is not your cup of tea, you can opt for a lighter choice. Bars and cafes on the western coast, like Café del Mar and Sunset Ashram, hold a perfect location for watching famous Ibiza sundowns. But as long as you’re in San Antonio or Eivissa, expect some electricity in the atmosphere. For a completely serene night out, head to the north eastern parts of the island where bars open at 9 in the morning and are closed by 11 in the evening.

Shopping in Ibiza

There are lots of shopping choices in Ibiza, from charming street markets, stores and boutiques to supermarkets. La Sirena, which is an Ibiza company, has stores all over the island selling mostly clothes, but the real treat is snooping through street market stalls in San Jordi, San Juan, San Miguel, San Carlos and Santa Eulalia. These are mostly artisan markets, selling all kinds of trinkets, knick-knacks and whatnots, but second hand merchandise can be found on the stalls as well.

Did you know...

  • The official language in Ibiza is Ibicenco - a Catalan dialect. However, you will do just fine speaking Spanish or English.
  • Puig des Molins is an archaeological site of the largest Phoenician 7th Century necropolis.
  • Puig des Molins holds over 4,000 tombs and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.
  • Ibiza has 10 hours of daily sunshine, from April to September - sometimes even 13 hours from June to August!
  • Some 57 pebbly, and sandy beaches and coves adorn Ibiza's coastline.
  • The mild Mediterranean climate means that Ibiza has only seen snow twice in the last 20 years!
  • While English and Spanish pronunciation sounds like 'Ibitha, and Ibiza', it's actually pronounced 'Eivissa' in Catalan.

Discover Ibiza

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Ibiza and what to do on your holiday in Ibiza.

10 Reasons NOT to go on Holiday to Ibiza!

3 March 2020 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

You’ll find the small island of Ibiza amongst the Balaeric Islands off the coast of Spain…it’s less than three hours away on a plane from the UK and is a top holiday destination for many but think twice before heading to Ibiza for your holiday!