Ibiza Holidays

Ibiza Holidays

Ibiza is one of the stunning Balearic islands located off the south-east coast of Spain, best known for its great nightlife, delicious food and beautiful weather. Home to the world’s biggest DJs during the summer months, Ibiza is regarded as a top destination for fun-filled party holidays. However, the island also has a more relaxed and peaceful side, making it a great destination for all. Book your Ibiza Holiday today with Sunshine.co.uk!

Why holiday in Ibiza?

The sun shines an average of ten hours a day on the island’s white sandy beaches, idyllic whitewashed villages and a charming coastline dotted with coves. Ibiza offers something for all ages; Aguamar Water Park in Playa D’en Bossa is a fun attraction for families with water slides and play areas, and boat trips are often and a great way to view the natural beauty of the Balearic islands. Ibiza also has a unique Mini train taking visitors on a scenic tour which lasts 2 to 4 hours. If you fancy treating yourself to some shopping, ‘Hippy’ Markets selling a range of quirky trinkets are common on the island, with the biggest being held on Wednesdays in Es Cana.

Ibiza Holidays are perfect for singles, couples, families and groups. Whether you wish to party until the sun comes up in world-famous superclubs, take in the stunning views or explore the Ibiza’s medieval stone walls and fortress, our Ibiza packages have something for everyone.

Beach holidays in Ibiza

The island is home to 57 different beaches. No matter where you stay on the island, you are only an hour’s drive at the very most away from catching some rays by the Mediterranean Sea (or a short comfortable stroll at the very least!). Carla Carbo is a small, secluded spot best for sunbathing on the pebbles with a good book, whereas the sandy bay resort of Santa Eulalia is more family friendly with two vibrant beaches.

Other great beaches include the easy to reach Talamanca, a short 15-minute walk from Ibiza town and the party people beach of Las Salinas. You can get involved in watersports along most of the coast if you fancy a spot of kayaking, windsurfing, canoeing or the classic banana boats!

Food and drink in Ibiza

Ibiza has plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes and tavernas to choose from, serving delicious food and drink all around the island. Beachfront restaurant Amante is a great spot to relax with a meal and glass of wine.

Local cuisine is cooked up with fresh ingredients and tapas is popular when eating as a group. Classic Ibiza dishes like Arroz de Matanzas-Pork, Sirvia and Grouper are a must try. Make sure you try a famous Ibiza pastry tart made from goat's and sheep's cheese for a true local delicacy!

Ibiza has hundreds of nightclubs from more intimate venues to world-famous super clubs like Pacha and Space. Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio are the main party resorts hosting the biggest DJs in the world. Party season is from May to early October and the club closing parties are legendary.

If clubbing isn’t your scene there are plenty of laid-back bars and the quieter town of Santa Eulalia has a more traditional Spanish vibe with late night promenades, tapas and live music.

Useful info for Ibiza Holidays

The average flight time is around 2.5 hours when flying from the UK to Ibiza.

The local currency used in Ibiza is the Euro, and as always we recommend visitors to shop around for the best exchange rate and change money before flying to ensure a fair price.

The local language is Spanish however many locals speak English, especially in the more popular tourist resorts, meaning English-speaking tourists can easily communicate and navigate the island.

Balearics Sustainable Tourism Tax is in place and visitors over the age of sixteen need to pay a charge contributing to environmental and tourism improvements. Charges can vary.
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