To experience laid-back yet lively Ibiza Town for yourself, why not take a look at our luxury villa rentals? Among the selection are homes with rooftop swimming pools and stunning views of lush green hills and yachts bobbing in the Mediterranean Sea. Our villas for rent in Ibiza Town can accommodate groups of friends and families and are all perfectly located so that you can enjoy the best of Ibiza, whether that’s relaxing on beautiful beaches or sampling the world-famous nightlife.
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Every visitor to Ibiza, a popular Balearic island talks about its amazing paradise atmosphere. Well, what about it? Talk about a picturesque warm atmosphere where you and your loved can enjoy your romance. There are many couples who love Ibiza for its amazing warm sundown hours which can be perfect for wedding occasions.
Located approximately 100 miles off Spain’s eastern coast, Ibiza is at 585 sq. km (225 sq. miles), it is the third largest of the Balearic Islands.
Ibiza features a jagged coastline, great beaches, whitewashed homes, cliffs, secluded bays, and a hilly terrain dotted with olive trees and fig. The temperatures are much warmer than Mallorca, and we consider it a better choice for a fall/winter vacation.
Playa Talamanca, in ciudad de Ibiza, Ses Figueretes and Playa d’en Bossa in the south are amazing white sandy beaches. If love excellent sands you should go to Las Salinas, in the South near the old salt flats.
Playa Cavallet and Aigües Blanques attract the nude sunbathers. Other good beaches include Cala Bassa, Port des Torrent, Cala Tarida, and Cala Conta — all within a short bus or boat ride from San Antonio de Portmany. The long sandy cove of Cala Llonga, south of Santa Eulalia del Río, and the white sandy beach of El Cana to the north, are sacred to Ibiza’s sun worshipers. The warm summer months, from late May to early October, are the busiest months, the island is beautiful in early spring when the almond trees are blossoming.
Ibiza is very easy to reach, there are many flights throughout Europe that fly into Ibiza International Airport. There are also ferries from the cities of Valencia, and Barcelona on the Spanish mainland, and from Palma on the nearby island of Majorca.
Ibiza is famous for its sunsets,
Ibiza is an excellent destination if you like scuba diving.
Clear, warm water of the Mediterranean where you can dive and see submerged shipwrecks, underwater caves and grassy seabeds, which play host to all sorts of fantastic wildlife.