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Ibiza & Formentera


Ibiza town is the smallest region, yet the most populated on the island. It is home to the island’s most important institutions. Well worth a visit is the Archaeological Museum of Puig des Molins, along with its necropolis. The Museu d'Art Contemporani is another interesting museum for art lovers. Important historical sites include the ancient irrigation systems, towers and walls. Several beaches including Talamanca, Ses Figueretes and Platja d'en Bossa are located nearby. These offer water sports activities and great sunbathing. Along the south coast is a strip of clubs and bars. Here, you can find the world-famous beach clubs of Ushuaïa Beach Club and Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza. Behind the seafront is a residential urbanization packed with apartments to rent for the summer. There are also boutique hotels and hostels for a cheaper option. The best restaurants are located in Ibiza town, plating local seafood, meats and the best paella in Ibiza. You can either use car hire services, travel by water taxi across the island, or take a stroll along Ibiza's beautiful ports. This city is a popular destination for young adults, however you can also travel to Ibiza town with kids. There are a number of water and amusement parks along the seafront, along with more family-friendly hotels. Sotheby's offers luxury villas with stunning sea views in the port of Talamanca, perfect for families. Dalt Vila is a more hip area in the city centre, where we have brand-new, modern apartments that are perfect for both nights in and nights out.

San Antonio

Sant Antoni de Portmany is one of the main tourist regions of the island and is located on the west coast. The city is popular with European visitors due to the beauty of San Antonio bay and its sunsets. Some sunset bars are world-famous, such as Ibiza Rocks and Ocean Beach Ibiza. It has a port that includes fishing, recreational and commercial marine activities and has become in recent years one of the most popular in the Balearic islands. The town of San Mateo is known for its wine production and Santa Inés is known for its almond tree landscape. Outside of the urban centre is the cave of Ses Fontanelles, which houses a collection of paintings. The drawings were made in the Bronze Age, around 1000BC, according to a French archaeologist who discovered them in 1917. The nightlife in San Antonio bay is rife, home to some of the most famous clubs and bars. It is a very youthful area with plenty of things to do. It is also well-known for the restaurants, plating top-quality seafood. There is a waterpark and amusement park on the seafront, and boat and yacht rental services from Ibizawinds. Transfers from Ibiza airport to San Antonio are quick and easy: there is a public bus station where it runs frequently, or you can use a car hire service to explore the island. Most young tourists tend to choose cheap apartments or hotels in the area, due to the hefty prices of accommodation. If you are looking for more luxury, we have a number of high-rise apartments and villas along the coast. You can also choose to sit by the pool in one of our countryside properties in the inland village of San Rafael.

San Jose

San José is the largest region of the island and highly favoured by tourists. Here, we find the mountain of Sa Talaia at 475m, the highest point of Ibiza. From the airport to San José village, it is a 15 minute drive. Visitors can either rent a car or use a local taxi service, the most popular being Radio Taxi San José. The west side reaches the beach of Cala D'Hort, with panoramic views to the isle of Es Vedrá. Here you can watch the sunset every evening from the top of the cliffs. It is a beautiful place to relax. Busy beach spots are Cala Vadella, Cala Molí and Cala Codolar, which are perfect for families. All of these coastal towns are surrounded by forest, including Cala Bassa, which also boasts spectacular sunsets. There is a number of villas and apartments in the area, for both family holidays and romantic getaways. Sotheby's offers rustic houses and fincas in the countryside of Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Not only that, we also have luxury villas along the coastline and beach of Cala Conta. Seaside towns hold the best nightlife in San José, where you will find the best restaurants and bars along the seafront. Vista Alegre is located in a pine forest and surrounded by mostly luxury villas.

San Juan

The region of San Juan is located in the north of the island and covers an area of around 121km. It is made up of three major tourist resorts and a number of tourist centres, facilities and agritourism hotels that have been established recently. It is known for its natural features such as the cliffs, mountains, streams, creeks and beaches. Much of the area is protected, being an ideal place for rural holidays. Visitors come for the festival of San Juan, which takes place every year on the 23rd June. There is traditional folk dancing, bonfires, games, and lots of local food and wine. Accommodation in San Juan is popular, with a variety of countryside fincas inland, and coastal villas on offer in the town of San Miguel. There is also a street market in the village with artisan crafts and live music.

Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia is the second most populated region on the island, after the city of Ibiza. It offers a variety of beaches, towns, fields and markets, attracting thousands of tourists every season. The city centre attracts a lot of activity throughout the year and has many services and shops. There is a coastal beach, an attractive promenade and a marina. On the road leading to the beach of Cala Llonga, you can find the only golf course on the island. The area also offers many facilities for water sports and other activities. The two busiest markets on the island are in this county, in Es Canar and Sant Carles, which also offer some unforgettable walks. There are family-friendly hotels in Santa Eulalia including Grupotel and Iberostar. Santa Eulalia is full of bars and restaurants for dining in the daytime and evening. Sotheby's offers a range of rustic fincas and apartments in the countryside towns of Jesus and San Lorenzo. We also have more luxurious villas with sea views along the the Santa Eulalia coastline.


Formentera is one of the smallest of the Balearic islands. It has an area of 83km2 and a population of around 9200 people. It is almost four miles from Ibiza and 100km from Jávea in Alicante, which is the closest point of the Iberian Peninsula. Its coastline stretches for 69km, where you can find attractive cliffs and beaches. This island is virtually flat except for the cliffs of La Mola, with a highest point of 192m. The climate is mild and the average temperature is around 19ºC, with nearly 2900 hours of sunshine per year. Formentera is known as the last paradise of the Mediterranean for its ability to combine tourism with environmental protection. It has struggled for several generations to conserve the island's beaches, clear waters and climate. You can only travel by ferry from Ibiza to Formentera. It does not have an airport, therefore holidays to Formentera require passing through Ibiza first. This makes it a quiet place to escape stress and overcrowding. Once on the island, you can use their car hire services to explore the island. Formentera is known for the best beaches in Europe, and some of the best hotels and villas. Popular choices include Gecko Beach Club and Insotel Hotel Formentera Playa. The coastline has 20 miles of white sand beaches and transparent waters, where you can practice all kinds of water sports. There is a grass meadow that surrounds the island, a natural purifier that cleans the water and allows deposit of sand on the shore. This underwater jungle was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The success of tourism on the island is loved by residents and visitors alike. The residents believe in respect for nature, survival of their culture and environmental protection. The concepts of freedom and light are attractive for artists, which are today part of the island's heritage. Local design of clothing, accessories, jewellery and artwork are unique to Formentera. Some of the best restaurants are also found in this area, including Juan y Andrea, Beso Beach Formentera and El Tiburon. These are beachfront diners with excellent views of the blue sea.


Ibiza is the third largest island of the Balearic archipelago. Next to Formentera, they form the Pityusic Islands, which translates to "island of pines" in Greek. There are around 80,000 inhabitants and the climate is excellent. The average annual temperature reaches a maximum of 21.5°c and has lows of 14°c.

The ancient Phoenicians had a "Sun Route" and Ibiza is part of this, in the western part of the Mediterranean. Its coastline has an area of 572km2 and length of 210km2. The highest point of 389m is located at Sa Talaia, and the waters around the island are abound with isles. Illa Sa Conillera reaches a height of 729km and is a completely natural structure.

Ibiza is divided into five regions. These are Eivissa, Santa Eularia, Sant Antoni, Sant Josep and Sant Joan. Each one of these towns offer a different setting and island vibe.

In the late 1960s and 1970s, the island of Ibiza enjoyed a large increase in tourism. This has helped economic development to reach a far higher standard than before.

Ibiza has become a point of reference for young people across the world for its lively nightlife. However, the island offers numerous coves and beaches for those seeking peace. Local products are sold, such as “flaón”, "orelletes” and the liquor “Hierbas Ibizencas”. In the textile sector, the “Adlib” fashion trend is world-famous. There are also many well-known local markets such as Es Cana and Las Dalias.

Ibiza was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1999, during the XXIII meeting held in the city of Marrakech. The island's cultural and natural wealth are part of the reason for this. Thanks to their geographical location, the islands were a key point in the Mediterranean east-west shipping routes. They became an important reference for civilizations that have left their mark on the villages. The arrival of the Phoenicians called Ibiza “Ibosim”, in honour of the God Bes.

The fascinating islets west of Ibiza have always attracted visitors' interest. The nature reserves of Es Vedra, Es Vedranell and Illots de Ponent have an area of ​​around 232.7 hectares of land and 564.96 hectares of sea.

These sites are a home for many species of birds. In fact, they have now been declared a “Special Protection Area for Birds of the EU”. The natural beauty of the land is only surpassed by the deep beauty of the underwater world that surrounds the islands. Ibiza and Formentera are ideal locations for scuba divers.

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In Ibiza, the sea is always present. Due to its location, characteristics, weather conditions and varied services, the island offers extensive facilities for the practice of any nautical activity all-year round.

Nautical Clubs and Ports

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The golfing tourist can combine his passion for golf with a pleasant stay in the largest of the Pityusic Islands. The Golf Club of Ibiza and Roca Llisa are available to those who want to enjoy this activity, while the enviable Ibizan climate allows the practice of this sport just as much during the summer as in the winter. There are various tournaments throughout the year where fans can test their talents green to green. Ibiza offers visitors natural beauty of great ecological value due to its environmental biodiversity. These qualities are reinforced on the golf course as the field is integrated seamlessly into the natural environment. To keep it in top condition, only treated water is used for irrigation.

Hotels and Rural Hotels

Ibiza has a varied range of luxury beachfront and boutique hotels and charming farmhouses within the island's countryside.

Ibiza Beaches

The nature of Ibiza is without doubt the most important attraction of the island. With an area of 572 square kilometers, the island offers 210 kilometers of beach that can be enjoyed at any time, thanks to warm temperatures and 2948 hours of sunshine a year. Throughout its 18 miles of natural sand lapped by crystal-clear waters, Ibiza offers many opportunities to enjoy a swim in the sea on beaches with a wide range of services and different environments. There are magical coves such as Cala d'Hort on the Es Vedra islet, and others of equal beauty such as Platges de Comte, remote beaches of Pou des Lleó and larger beaches such as Platja d'en Bossa or Es Figueral, that are perfect for families. The beaches of Ses Salinas and Es Cavallet are protected natural environments, with a system of dunes of great environmental value.

Formentera Beaches

Formentera offers over 20km of white sandy beaches and clear waters with exceptional shades of blue. On this island, you can find typical tiny solitary coves and dreamy beaches, all of which offer peace and quiet in a natural and preserved environment.

Ibiza International Schools

Ibiza has become a plausible destination for families around the world who want to relocate, thanks to the support found in international schools. Morna International College is a British School located en Santa Gertrudis.


The island's gastronomy comes from fresh, locally-grown produce, as well as from fishing and hunting. Traditionally, meals were prepared with natural resources and simple elaboration. They had low cost and tasted delicious. One can say that the kitchen of Ibiza and Formentera is a rich and varied cuisine, based on the Mediterranean diet.

Beach Clubs

An important part of the Ibizan night scene is the many and varied musical bars located throughout the island. They are places where you can listen to good music in a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying the wonderful sunsets. The simplicity of the scenery, combined with fantastic weather and wonderful relaxing music creates something special every evening prior to entering the night. Examples of these are the famous Café del Mar, Cafe Mambo, Kuhmaras, Blue Marlin, Sa Punta in Talamanca, Nassau Beach Club, Ushuaia and many others that are waiting for us at the seashore.


The island is host to the top DJs in the world, as well as the largest and most innovative clubs. Thousands of people come each year to the island to form part of the worldwide famous parties if the Ibizan nightclubs. To promote them, creative parades are organized along the streets of the port of Ibiza. It is not unusual to see famous people enjoying the atmosphere on the terraces and nightclubs of the island. Internationally renown personalities expose themselves each year in massive parties. The Ibiza nightlife is in constant innovation and is positioned in the leading seat of the world's best nightlife. Pacha, Space, Ushuaia and the famous Lio in Marina Botafoch offers live shows.

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