Top Five Areas to Stay in Ibiza

July 28, 2011 · 5 comments

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Ibiza is one of the most popular destinations for British holidaymakers. Home to some of the best nightlife anywhere in the world, the Balearic Island is a hot spot for clubbers from all over the globe. But holidaying in Ibiza isn’t just about hedonistic nightlife. The island itself is home to stunning scenery, beautiful beaches and offers a great deal in terms of a family holiday. Here are the top five areas to stay in Ibiza. Have a look and see which one is most suited for your needs. With so many great areas to stay and countless Ibiza holiday deals online there’s no reason to not get one booked now.

Ibiza sunset

Ibiza sunset

Playa d’en Bossa

Boasting one of the best beaches on the island, many families are drawn to one of the numerous resorts here. Playa d’en Bossa emphases the real mix of people holidaying in Ibiza as it is also a great choice for late night party animals. One of the islands biggest clubs, Space, is found here and the many beach bars keep the area rocking all day long. It’s also a short bus or taxi ride to Ibiza town where you’ll find great restaurants and an intoxicating, lively atmosphere.

Ibiza Town

Staying in Ibiza town may not bring the promise of a relaxing beach holiday, although there are many beaches close by, but it does bring an extremely cosmopolitan feel to an Ibizan holiday. The old town is a very charming place to go and eat and the nightly parades and many bars keep the place jumping until the small hours. For those looking for something a little more elegant and luxurious, staying in Ibiza Town is a great option.

Ibiza beaches

Ibiza views

Cala Llonga

This is one of the top resorts for families looking for a relaxing holiday away from the clubs and parties. Cala Llonga has a sublime beach with huge areas of sand and crystal clear water. Great options for accommodation can be found throughout the resort with a little family nightlife thrown in.

Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia is a charming town with a very Spanish feel to it. There are many restaurants to be found here serving both traditional Spanish and worldwide cuisine which makes dining out an absolute pleasure. This is also a great area for families to stay and an ideal spot for those considering a day trip over to the nearby island of Formentera.

San Antonio

San Antonio is the base for most of the clubbers hitting Ibiza’s shores. The West End is home to many cheap drinking establishments to get the party started whereas the beach bars of Cafe del Mar and Cafe Mambo are where the discerning clubbers will spend most of their time before hitting the clubs. There are also many great resorts here such as Ibiza Rocks, which not only boasts all the facilities you could ever want, but is also home to the best live music on the island.

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Bluegreen Kirk July 29, 2011 at 11:39 AM

Hey Rob have you been to any of these places? I know it was a guest post but wanted to get your opinion. Santa Eulalia seems nice especially since it has a spanish feel to it and lots of food something I would enjoy but to be honest I never heard of any of them.


AdventureRob August 3, 2011 at 2:51 AM

I’ve never been to Ibiza but have been to Majorca a couple of times, so I can’t recommend anywhere specific on its cousin island.


Italy Castle August 4, 2011 at 11:53 AM

Ibiza is the most complete place covered with pine trees and offers the perfect place to spend your holidays. San Antonio is one of the most popular places on the island of Ibiza. Sunset Strip is definitely the place to visit.


Mercia Rosario February 6, 2013 at 3:05 PM

Hello, I am going to Ibiza in the end of April for my 30th birthday. You said about Sant Antony. I am going alone, but I hope have fun and find wonderful places to see and the right place to see thw sunset. Is it there? Sant Antony Portmary?
Thank you!


david March 11, 2013 at 5:05 PM

Hi Mercia,

How cool you are going to Ibiza on your own and just for your B’day!
Now this might be a bit odd but.. coincident has it that I stumbled on your message and that I will be in Ibiza myself, exactly those days. I will be there for a course I will be attending and have some days open afterwords (from the 26th, somewhere in the afternoon till the 30th).
And I am aware of course that you do not know me but if you coincidentally are there in this period and… you might feel like having a coffee together, then let me know ok, would love to buy you a birthday drink. Maybe we can also connect with facebook… . Just see what you feel like
Anyways.. brave girl, good for you!

(Ps I am from Amsterdam)


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