Miles of walking trails, nightlife that never stops and pale-sand beaches washed by clear waters – a holiday to Ibiza offers countless hours of enjoyment.
Party playgrounds of San Antonio and Playa de’n Bossa
Top-line DJs and famous clubs that stay open until the wee hours of the morning – this is the recipe that has made the nightlife of Ibiza so well-known around the world. And the legendary and lively party scenes of San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa show no signs of slowing down.
Historical Ibiza Town
Although it’s rightly earned its crown as nightlife royalty, there is so much more to Ibiza than its party credentials. In fact, the old section of Ibiza Town, also known as Elvissa, is actually a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you stroll along the cobbled streets of this walled town-within-a-town, be sure to take a close look at the ancient stone walls which contain fragments of Carthaginian, medieval and Moorish structures.
Santa Eulalia’s laid-back and lively charms
For those who are admirers of a happy medium, Santa Eulalia might appeal. The bars and boutiques in this town sing with sophistication. And, the long stretch of white, sandy beach is the perfect place for families to spend the day swimming and sunbathing.
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Set on Ibiza’s west coast, Cala Gracio is a really chilled out, get-away-from-it-all kind of place. But the resort comes with a bit of a twist. Its next-door-neighbour – about 15 minutes’ walk away – is none other than clubbing heavyweight San Antonio Town. As far as the beaches are concerned, though, this place comes with its own little duo.
Local legend has it that Cala Llonga was once a smugglers’ cove. Now a popular resort, it’s still got something of a secretive air. Set back from the main road that skims Ibiza’s east coast, the resort is cupped by pine forested bluffs. You’ll find more families than clubbers here, which explains why it’s treasured by both locals and tourists.
Cala Pada is a shy-and-quiet spot on Ibiza’s eastern edge. It’s named after its beach – a wide, horseshoe-shaped curve of sand backed by bottle-green pines. With only a handful of beach restaurants and cafés to its name, it’s world’s away from the island’s loud-and-proud party towns.
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