Cheap Holidays to Ibiza

There are two sides to ibiza, and therefore 2 totally different types of holiday to ibiza. Nightlife and Clubbing have made Ibiza famous over the past few years, with clubs such as Pacha, Space, Amnesia, El Divino, Priviledge and DC10 packed to the rafters throughout the summer season. ‘Nightlife’ doesn’t just take place at night though, with many of Ibiza’s clubs opening in the morning and afternoon – making ibiza a 24 hour party place.

Ibiza does however have another side to it. It is a beautiful island, offering white sandy beaches, turquoise beach coves and picturesque whitewashed mountain villages. The more relaxed resorts of Es Cana and Santa Eulalia offer a more traditional side to ibiza and are ideal for families and those seeking a quiet holiday.

Cheap Holiday Bargains to Ibiza

Whatever holiday type you are looking for, hiring a car is recommended to explore the island of Ibiza and its hidden treasures.

For cheap holidays to Ibiza check out the Bargain Holiday Deals on the right or alternatively use the holiday search on the left for summer package holidays to Ibiza.

You can save money by buying your ibiza clubbing tickets online before you travel. Click here to buy ibiza clubbing tickets to Pacha, Space and other major clubs on the island.

Cala Llonga Holiday Information - Ibiza

Cala Llonga is a pleasant, completely purpose-built mini-resort with simple and modest architechture. The centre is located directly behind the bay and has an informal and relaxed atmosphere, offering a limited selection of cafes, restaurants and snack bars.

Cala Llonga is a good destination for a family holiday to ibiza. One of the key features of Cala Llonga is the gently shelving beach complete with play area so parents are able to relax and enjoy their holiday whilst their children to play along the wide beach. Cala llonga is ideally suited to couples who are not looking for a lively nightlife and families with young children, although there is little to keep adolescents occupied.The hilly terrain is unsuitable for the less mobile.

Es Cana Holiday Information - Ibiza

The small resort of Es Cana is purpose built for tourism around the original small harbour from which you can take the ferry to the island of Formenera, or the resorts of Santa Eulalia or Ibiza Town.

The daytime can be spent sunbathing on the beach and taking part in the variety of water sports on offer such as pedalloes, water-skiing and jet-skiing. Es Cana's main beach is sheltered and has been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanlines so is very safe for children. The smaller, less crowded beaches can be reached by taking a walk along one of the many coastal paths, taking in the scenery as you go.

Nightime entertainment tends to take place mainly in the hotels or at the beachside kareoke bars. There are at least 25 restaurants in Es Cana mainly offering British food such as chicken and chips and hamburgers, plus a Chinese and an Italian restaurant.

Ibiza Town Holiday Information - Ibiza

Cosmopolitan Ibiza town is 4km away from Playa D’en Bossa. Ibiza Town offers a more sophisticated nightlife than San Antonio. Ibiza town is home to a Castle which is lit each night and provides a perfect backdrop to the nightlife which centres around the harbour below. Each evening you can dine and drink by the harbour, admire the view and watch the club parades as they pass. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with a variety of shops which are open until past midnight - you will find good clothing stores such as Mango as well as souvenir stores.

Ibiza Town is home to Base Bar and El Divino and Pacha is close by. If you only visit one club while you are in Ibiza, Pacha is recommended. a massive venue with numerous beautiful and diverse rooms and terraces, Pacha is host to some of the biggest and best club nights in the world.

Playa d'en Bossa Holiday Information - Ibiza

Playa D’en Bossa is home to the famous Bora Bora bar and Space nightclub where “Sundays at Space” have become legendary thoughout the clubbing world. The resort of Playa D’en Bossa is purpose built, gearered towards English and German holiday makers predominantly. With the exception of Bora Bora and Space, much of the nightlife in Playa D’en Bossa is unsophisticated, however it does provide an great base for Ibiza Town’s nightife which is only a short taxi ride away.

Playa D’en Bossa is just 10 minutes from the airport and home to the island's longest Blue Flag Beach, which in addition to Bora Bora offers an array of water sports to keep you amused for as long or as little as you like.

San Antonio Bay & San Antonio Town Holiday Information

San Antonio is the tourist capital of Ibiza. By day, the beaches of San Antonio Bay are jam packed with relaxing sun worshippers taking in the atmosphere, wandering around the marina or trying out the selection of water sports on offer.

Make sure you watch what is arguably one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world from Savannahs, Café Mambo or Café Del Mar. As night-time hits, the town comes alive. The West End is offers a cheaper, more unsophisticated nightlife than the more upmarket bars such as Bar M, Savannahs, Café Mambo and Café Del Mar. In the summer months DJs from around the world flock to San Antonio and set up residency for the entire season. San Antonio is home to clubs Eden and Es Paradis with Priviledge (home to Manumission) and Amnesia located about a 15 minute drive away halfway between Playa D’en Bosa and San Antonio.

Santa Eulalia Holiday Information - Ibiza

Santa Eulalia is the third largest holiday resort in ibiza and dates back to the 16th Century. The cosmopolitan resort of Santa Eulalia is relaxed and charming, it’s laid back atmosphere appealing to mature couples and families.

The charming square, Plaça Espanya, is connected to the seafront promenade via a palm-lined avenue with a central pedestrianised area which plays host to a daily market. Shopping in Santa Eulalia is fairly sophisticated including art shops and jewellers in addition to the usual supermarket and souvenir shops that are common in spanish resorts.

There are a number of good quality restaurants (mainly spanish plus Chinese, English, German and Italian) in Santa Eulalia, with the more upmarket eateries located by the marina. The waters on all the beaches in Santa Eulalia are generally calm. The beaches are host to most water sports and boat excursions are available.