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- UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Rocky coasts with small bays
- Many clubs
- Historic ports
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Apartments & Holiday Homes in Ibiza
A typical finca can be found on Ibiza along the entire coastline. The white facades are characteristic. The whitewashed walls reflect the light, keeping it pleasantly cool inside even during the midday heat. For even more cooling, most houses are equipped with a pool and air conditioning. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms offer enough space for a family of four. Who travels with more people, decides for a luxury finca with space for up to eight people.Modern apartments in Ibiza's capital city
If you want to combine a beach holiday with visits to trendy clubs, take a modern apartment in Ibiza City. The apartment usually has a balcony with a view over the harbour and the sea. In the old town you will live behind historic facades in apartments with contemporary comfort, air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen and several bathrooms. The furnishings combine typical Balearic wooden furniture with modern designer pieces. With a view of the sea, you can also live on the party beach of Playa d'en Bossa, just a few kilometres from Ibiza City.Spacious country houses in the heartland
The country houses in the interior of Ibiza are quiet and secluded. A holiday home in the interior of the country usually has a particularly large plot of land with shady pine trees. Around the village St. Josep de sa Talaia in the southwest there are many traditional country houses with two to four bedrooms. Spacious villas with private pool and large terrace can be found just a few kilometres away in Sant Antoni de Portmany. Discover modern holiday homes for six to eight people at St Llorenc de Balafia in the northeast.
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Location and orientation
Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea, about 150 kilometers southeast of Valencia in Spain. Together with Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera, Ibiza forms the Balearic archipelago, which is also an autonomous Spanish region. Ibiza is the third largest Balearic island after Mallorca and Menorca.Rocky coasts with small bays
Ibiza is characterised by a hilly inland. The highest elevation is the ser Talaia with 476 meters height. The approximately 210 kilometre long coastline is characterised by jagged rocks and the sea forms small bays, so-called calas. In the southeast of the island lies the capital Ibiza city. Thanks to its varied nature and culture, UNESCO declared the entire island a World Heritage Site in 1999.
Travelers and Activities
Despite its rocky coastline, Ibiza has many sandy beaches. The longest beach on the island is the two kilometre long Playa d'en Bossa at the resort of the same name. One of the most popular beaches is Las Salinas, only a ten minute drive from Playa d'en Bossa and Ibiza City. Those who like it more secluded will visit small bays like Cala Salada near San Antonio.Ibiza for partygoers
Ibiza is popular for its exciting nightlife. Party holidaymakers are particularly attracted to Playa d'en Bossa, where numerous clubs have settled around the beach. San Antonio on the west coast is known for the sunset trip with the sunset cafes. Before visiting the club, holidaymakers watch the sunset here. The Pacha, one of the most famous clubs of the island, is located in the capital Ibiza city.
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A stroll through Ibiza City - or Eivissa, as the capital is called in Catalan - leads through the old town with its characteristic white houses to the harbour. West of the old town called Dalt Vila there is a necropolis which was built by the Phoenicians.2. The cave of Can Marçà
In the north of the island, in the port of Sant Miquel, lies the stalactite cave Can Marçà. It is one of the most important natural attractions in Ibiza. The tour through the cave leads past underground rivers and waterfalls, the impressive rock formations are brightly illuminated.3rd excavation site Sa Caleta
The Sa Caleta excavation site traces the Phoenician past. It is situated on a peninsula in the south of Ibiza, near a landing stage. The Phoenicians already used this harbour in the 8th century B.C. and built a settlement here. The landing bridge is still in use today, the archaeological excavation site can be visited.4 The Ses Salines Nature Park
If you would like to make an excursion from the finca to the natural parks of the island, you can visit Ses Salines, for example. The natural park stretches from the south of Ibiza to the north of Formentera and is characterised by many different ecosystems: The eponymous saltpans, cedar groves, beaches, cliffs and rock island groups.5th celebrity meeting place Cipriani Ibiza Downtown
The Italian restaurant Cipriani has branches in Monte Carlo and New York - and since 2012 also in Ibiza City, in the 5-star hotel Ibiza Gran. Justin Bieber, Paris Hilton and Orlando Bloom meet here for dinner. Instead of cooking in the holiday apartment, you can enjoy fresh grill specialities on the terrace of the Cipriani and perhaps even meet Hollywood stars.
Ibiza's soil shows an unusual orange colour. This comes from the needles of the numerous pine trees growing here.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Ibiza
Ibiza is the most expensive destination in Spain to go on vacation, with an annual average of $300.98 per night, according to 2019 data.
If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Ibiza, go there in May ($244.33 per night on average), February ($254.66), or March ($259.72), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
Following the data observed in 2019, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of August ($415.01), July ($368.46), and September ($344.94).
It's worthwhile if you can book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Ibiza, as only 36% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
The most available months are, on average, October (with an availability of 48.75%), March (45%), and May (42.5%), according to the trends observed in 2019.
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Ibiza are, in order, August (with 24.2% of available rentals), July (26.25%), and June (28.8%).
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Things to know
As in Spain, the presents on Ibiza do not take place at Christmas, but at the Epiphany on 6 January. The Three Kings land by boat in the port of Ibiza City, from where a procession leads through the old town.Liqueur from up to 28 herbs
The "licor de hierbas ibicencas" is considered the national drink of Ibiza. The liqueur consists of a mixture of local herbs. Up to 28 different species are used, from thyme to rosemary to fennel. Numerous bars and restaurants offer homemade liqueurs.