Your Next Holiday To Ibiza

Planning a Trip to Ibiza? Top Tips to Help You Enjoy Your Next Holiday to Ibiza

People travel to Ibiza for a holiday because of the sun, sea, and sand. Sunsets are also spectacular, there are plenty of lively clubs and bars, lots to see during the day and sports activities to take part in. If you're considering Ibiza for your holiday this year, here are some tips to help you make the most of it.

Tips for Your Next Holiday to Ibiza

Book early – it is possible to get some last-minute deals, but it's not always the case for holidays in Ibiza. Prices increase considerably during the summer, so it'll pay to make your booking early. It might also pay to avoid the busiest month which is August.

A quieter party zone – San Antonia is a quieter area of Ibiza, but it's still within a short walk of plenty of bars and restaurants.

Consider a villa holiday – if you're travelling as a family consider renting a villa or apartment. There are a wide range to choose from and you'll probably get your own private pool.

How to avoid the queues – clubs tend to open between 11pm and 6.30am. Queues tend to get busiest after 1.30am, so if you want to avoid them you need to arrive before 1am.

Drinking alcohol – drinking alcohol in the street is illegal in Ibiza, so remember this when walking from one bar to another.

Disco bus – to help you get around in the evenings, there's a disco bus that runs all night long, every 30 minutes.

Places to Visit During Your Next Holiday to Ibiza

Sa Talaiassa – this is one of the best places on the island to watch the sunset. It's the highest point on the island and is signposted from St Josep.

Benirras Beach – this is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It's a pretty stretch of sand and pebbles, with rocks on either side. Its rocky sea bed makes it an excellent spot for snorkelling.

Es Cubells – this tiny little village is located on a headland and has uninterrupted views of the sea and the island of Formentera.

Cala D'en Serra Cove – in the north of the island is a stunning small cove with fishing huts. Laze around on the beach with some of the other sunbathers.

Las Dallas Hippy Market – this is the most famous market on the island and has been running since the 70s. It's held every Saturday from 10am and Mondays and Tuesdays from 7pm.

The Old Town – this is a quaint and picturesque area of the island to visit. It's now an interesting UNESCO Heritage site. Also known as Dalt Vila, this is one of the islands main cultural attractions. It has its own cathedral, narrow cobblestoned streets and a certain charm that attracts many visitors each year.

Cala Llenya – one of the quieter beaches in Ibiza, with smaller crowds, lush green pines, and weekly markets. Beach volleyball is a popular pastime on this beach.

Santa Eulalia del Rio – this is a major resort on Ibiza. It's located on the east cost of the island and is only a short drive from the main airport. If you want to enjoy culture and cuisine, as well as scenery and beaches, this is the place to visit.