Just a few hours away from the UK is the beautiful Balearic Island of Ibiza. An ideal location to head to for a bit of warm Mediterranean sun and to take a break from the changeable weather of the British Isles.
The Bay of San Antonio
Many find that holidays to Ibiza are perfect for vacationers who want to experience hustling beaches and lively bars. The Bay of San Antonio for example has one of the most picturesque beaches in the Mediterranean and is a lovely spot from which to enjoy a firey sunset along Ibiza’s famous Sunset Strip. You’ll find plenty of activity as evening descends in the Bay area with music for all tastes. For even livelier clubs and bars, head for San Antonio’s West End, world famous for its club scene.
Playa d’en Bossa
If you’re looking for a great beach with plenty of space, head to Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza’s longest beach. It’s a fantastic place to try out some water sports such as windsurfing, jet skiing, or you could even try something a little different in the form of kite surfing. This beach is not just for the daytime either, as there are plenty of stylish cocktail bars right on the water’s edge for you to enjoy a drink or two as the sun sinks into the sea.
A Quiet Time in Santa Eulalia
Santa Eulalia is a good option if you’re looking to spend some quiet time with family or friends. You could have a look round at the marina and do some yacht spotting while enjoying a bite to eat and a Spanish sangria at one of the restaurants. There are plenty of highly recommended dining options around the marina. It’s little wonder the restaurants in this area attract tourists and residents from all over this beautiful Mediterranean island.
Unwind in Talamanca
Another great place for families is nearby Talamanca with its golden sands. The shallow waters make it ideal if you have children and you can always find your own space given the size of the beach. One thing worth remembering about this place is that it’s open throughout the year, in and out of the holiday season. A fantastic mix of restaurants to suit all tastes, and a variety of bars make it an ideal backdrop to unwind.
Sample some authentic Spanish life in the Old Town as you stroll around its cobbled streets and and find some welcome shade in the shadows of old churches. Night time brings a transformation to the Old Town as it becomes a lively party town to while away the evening hours.
Can Marca Caves
The Can Marca Caves fascinate and enchant with stunning waterfalls attracting visitors from all over the island with unusual geologic formations. The caves are situated in the north of Ibiza in the Port of Sant Miquel.
Ibiza has something for everyone with its bright skies, deep blue sea and colorful sunsets, and of course its unbeatable nightlife. So if you’re considering taking in some Mediterranean sun, then head for the beautiful Balearic Island that is Ibiza.