EasyJet Holidays: Ibiza
For many, Ibiza is a renowned spot for weeklong parties and stunning weather. It is a top Spanish holiday destination, with a near perfect climate, exotic landscapes and an unrivalled nightlife. Between the months of June and September, Ibiza hosts some of the globe’s biggest club nights, drawing in party animals from all over the world. So, if you want some fun in the sun and maybe a ride on one of their many party boats, then this might just be the place for you.
However, Ibiza is actually two destinations in one, there is much lesser known side to this little island. Despite popular belief, there really is something for everyone here. As the third largest of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza has a rich cultural history without the overwhelming atmosphere of maybe Majorca or Minorca. You can take a walking tour of Castell de Eivissa (Ibiza Castle) and the Old Town Citadel, visit the M.A.C.E. contemporary art museum or even hike round either of Ibiza’s National Parks. In fact, the countryside of Ibiza is home to many quiet villages, yoga retreats and clear beaches. Who knew peace and quiet was so easy to find in Ibiza?
With plenty of activities that cater to every kind of person, the island is an excellent destination for a family vacation in the sun, a party holiday or a quiet weekend getaway.
Top Ibiza resorts
Playa d’en Bossa
This one is for the party people amongst you. The Playa d’en Bossa is one of the island’s liveliest resorts. It is a favourite destination for young people and seasoned partygoers alike. The resort itself is a short walk from all of the main clubs and the accommodation is affordable and good quality.
One of Ibiza’s more laid back resorts, the Santa Eulália is a favourite for family holidays and weekend breaks. The Eulália has plenty of beautiful waterfront bars, fine restaurants and shops to offer its guests. Most of the hotels here are no more than 15 minutes away from one of the resort’s many beautiful beaches, including the well-known Praia Santa Eulália and Praia Maria Luisa.
This resort offers a bit of everything to its visitors. Whether it’s a romantic sunset in Café del Mar, a walk across the promenade or watching the shallow waters of the bay, San Antonio can accommodate you. If it’s a bustling nightlife you are after, the resort turns into one of the island’s biggest party centers at night.
Things to do in Ibiza
The Market of Es Cana
Affectionately known as the ‘Hippie Market’, the Es Cana is on the east side of the island. It’s a bustling center of life where you can find almost everything to suite your relaxed holiday attitude. And you can catch either a bus, taxi or ferry relatively cheaply to get there. No hassle and no stress.
Benirras Drum Party
This is where the native ‘hippies’ of Ibiza (and many tourists returning from the Es Cana) come to party every Sunday. Benirras Beach, just next to Port de San Miguel, is a lively music and dance event that carries on until the sun comes up. If drum circles, fire dancing and the Summer of Love are for you, then roll on down to Benirras.
Playa d’en Bossa Beach
One of the most famous beaches on the island is Playa d’en Bossa’s own three-mile stretch of white sand. Situated just south of Ibiza Town, it is close to the biggest clubs in Ibiza, but there is plenty of space to find a nice secluded spot if you desire.
Located just in between Ibiza and Formentera, the remote island of S’Espalmador is one of the very few genuinely secluded island getaways in Europe. It’s the perfect place for complete peace quiet. They are also renowned for their ultra relaxing mud baths, so why not take a dip after the party?
Food and drink in Ibiza…
Ibiza’s culinary history offers its modern day visitors a great range fish and shellfish. As mainstays of the culture, all the food is usually fresh off of the boats that morning. However, because of the many European holidaymakers that visit Ibiza, there are restaurants to suit every taste. But if you want to try some of the local dishes, we recommend you try Paella (of course), the Guisat de peix (a fish dish served with potatoes and then taken back to the kitchen to be used with other leftovers for a second course stew) or the Borrida de Rajada (fresh skate baked with almonds). And to drink, Ibiza can offer you either their specially made Granizados fruit juice or Horchatas (a frozen crushed nut milk). Both drinks are the perfect companions under the sun.
Many of Ibiza restaurants come as quite a surprise to their visitors. The range and quality of the dining are vast and high. You can find yourself eating at a fine Italian or French restaurant one night, and the next at a traditional Spanish tapas bar (sometimes on the same street). As you might expect, the fresh fish dishes are a mainstay in many of Ibiza’s eateries. However, if you can, try and escape to the mountains just once. Many tourists visit the famous Hacienda Na Xamena for ‘the best’ glass of sangria and the views from their cliff face restaurant.
Going to Ibiza with easyJet holidays
As there is so much to do in Ibiza, you wouldn’t want to get it wrong. So take out all of the guesswork and book an easyJet holiday. Our holidays allow you complete flexibility and great savings all year round. And did you know that you could save even more money when you book your flights and hotel together? So for that perfect party holiday with friends, that scenic romantic getaway or that sunny family holiday in Spain, call or visit easyJet holidays online. It’s the easiest way to grab a great deal to Ibiza.