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A little island with a big reputation. More than just clubs, cocktails and coastline, there's a wealth of natural attractions and culture to experience too on Ibiza holidays.
This island has something to appeal to everyone thanks to the variation of holiday experiences that can be had in Ibiza. Not just a place to let loose, there are the natural areas of the north, quaint villages inland and countless beautiful beaches that surround the coastline.
For the young and the lively, holidays to Ibiza needs no introduction. There are towns which appeal to their wilder side with the promise of world famous nightclubs and 24 hour party atmospheres.
Families and couples can enjoy the friendlier side of this island with many resorts catering specifically to the needs of a group who want to chill out. Family friendly hotels, fascinating attractions, and fun natural and tourist activities means everyone from the kids to the grandparents will love holidays in Ibiza.
The capital of the island appeals to all tastes with a fantastic blend of historic surroundings and vibrant modern nightclubs. It's a laidback beauty by day and a party powerhouse by night.
This coastal resort is filled with great shops and restaurants to explore throughout from the busy harbour to the narrow streets of the old town. These cobbled pavements in Dalt Villa lead to the grandiose Castle of Ibiza.
The evenings hold a different personality if you seek it. World famous nightclubs like Pacha and Space host the very best in musical entertainment while street entertainers take the party out onto the street.
Playa D'en Bossa is just 4km away from Ibiza Airport which is ideal because most visitors can't wait to start their holiday here.
This resort is home to the largest beach on the island with 2.5km of sand for tourists to share. Water sports, beach activities, bars and restaurants surround the area making it an exciting place to be.
Playa D'en Bossa is home to world class nightclubs and bars such as Space, Ushuaïa and Bora Bora Beach Bar. The parties start early and end late because the venues are so amazing, you won't want the music to ever stop.
Found at the top point of Ibiza, this major resort is a long way from the party atmosphere in the south. Portinatx is a fun family resort with perhaps the best collection of beaches available on the island.
There are three terrific options when it comes to which beach to relax on here with a large touristy one, a smaller quieter patch and a small local spot that sits by the town's lighthouse. You could also spend your day at the El Greco waterpark found right by the hotel of the same name.
Elsewhere there are delightful Mediterranean restaurants, relaxing pubs and bars, and a hippy styled Sunday market to enjoy.
British clubbers' favourite destination in Ibiza is San Antonio Town. That's because of the famous nightclubs that host world class DJs within.
Nights start here in the chilled bars of the Sunset Strip before things are kicked up a notch at the West End clubs. The pyramid shaped Es Paradis and Eden are two awesome venues that keep the party going until 6am.
During the hot summer days, lay back on the delightful 500 metre long manmade beach. From here you'll have a great view of the busy harbour as tourists set sail or try their hand at thrilling water sports.
Santa Eulalia has all the features required to call itself a complete coastal resort: terrific beaches, a massive harbour and a promenade stacked with shops and restaurants.
This resort is the third largest in Ibiza and despite its lively nature, it remains family friendly with superb attractions and nightly venues that can be enjoyed by all ages.
Santa Eulalia has a reputation for serving great food and you can't argue with that claim thanks to the amount of quality restaurants on offer. From the hills around town to the boardwalk by the beach, you'll find delicious meals all around this delightful resort.
Whether you're visiting for a summer bash or a sunshine getaway, Ibiza's climate is perfectly hot. The average temperature peaks at 26C in August which means the days can reach 30C while the nights are great for outdoor events.
The busy season starts in May and ends in October and much of the island's tourism goes on a shutdown from November to April. The average temperature only ever drops as low as 10C though so it is still a pleasant time to see the nature.
Many of the towns and resorts in Ibiza hold annual celebrations that are special to each location. They are usually held throughout the summer so you're bound to visit at a time to enjoy some showing of music, dancing and midnight fireworks.
Ibiza Town's most iconic structure is the castle that sits high above the other surroundings. Contained within the walls of Dalt Villa, this cobble paved relic was built with Roman influences. Just seeing it is an experience but there are also shops and restaurants to sample too.
This family fun activity is found in the woods by Santa Eulalia and Es Cana. The tree top assault course can be enjoyed by everyone aged 3 and above with three different courses to tackle. Swing, jump and zip line through the shade of the trees and it's all available at a good price.
An eerie tour around this Puerto San Miguel attraction is not to be missed. What used to be used by pirate smugglers has now been transformed into a fascinating tour with a spectacular reward at the end. Journey deep enough to watch a light and music display next to a 30ft waterfall.
Head towards San Juan to view the expansive area of the northern wild forests by horseback. This trip takes groups of four on a two hour journey both in the morning or the evening to see beautiful views across Ibiza. Beginners and experts are both welcome.
Ibiza's only golf course is found close to the resort of Cala Llonga and only 7km north of Ibiza Town. The well-kept surroundings offer an 18-hole and a 9-hole course, driving range and bar at the end. Clubs, gear and carts are all available to hire and you pay to use the course all day.
An attraction that offers rides and games within inflatable balls and spheres. This crazy looking activity provides memorable laughs for groups of friends or families. Climb inside an air bubble and roll down a hill, jump inside an inflatable wheel on the water or play an extreme game of bubble football.