Ibiza Travel Guide
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands of Spain, famous for young clubbers in the San Antonio and Ibiza Town areas but has much more to offer than dance music and clubs. Ibiza is a beautiful island and has lots to offer families too. Other resorts include Es Cana and Playa d'en Bossa
Balearic Islands, Mediterranean
The Balearics enjoy a Mediterranean climate where the maximum tempartures are hot but not excessive due to the cooling influence of the sea and the winters are mild and dry.
GMT + 1hr
San Antonio and Bay 35mins, Port des Torrent 30mins, Playa D'en Bossa 10mins, Cala Llonga 45mins, Santa Eulalia 45mins, Es Cana 55mins
All types and standards of accomodation are available throughout Ibiza and the Balaerics, ranging from chalets and apartments to hotels and resorts to suit all budgets.
Aguamar water park, hippy markets, casino, watersports, great beaches.
Clothes shoppers will find plenty of bargins here. Leather goods, fashions, local markets and jewellery are widely available.
Glass bottom boats, boat trips to Formentera, sea cruises, wild west evening and casino with live show. Water Park, Island tour, mardi gras evening, horse riding Or if you're feeling adventurous why not try parascending or hot air ballooning!
Families can have a great time in Ibiza and are well catered for though San Antonio does get noisy and may be unsuitable for young children
Taxis are plentiful and there are bus services but car hire is recommended if you want to see all Ibiza has to offer.