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Where to Stay in Ibiza

Discover the top Ibiza places to stay

About staying in Ibiza

The island of Ibiza, also known as the White Isle, may be small but it certainly has a big personality and there are plenty of options for where to stay, depending on your needs, wants and mood.

Ibiza town itself is full of history, a hippy heritage and all the modern conveniences of a cosmopolitan city. Whether you fancy a luxurious townhouse in the walls of the Dalt Vila or an ultra-modern yacht berthed in the port of Ibiza Magna Marina, you have your choice in the compact city. It boasts shops, pop-up luxury boutiques, cafe, restaurants, bars and night clubs as well as it's very own local beaches in Talamanca and Figueretas.

Just to the south of Ibiza Town is the popular beach resort of Playa d'en Bossa. A mecca for those who love dance and electronic music as it is home to some of the best superclubs on the planet. This long stretch of beach offers numerous watersports, beach clubs and bars so you will want for nothing. Many come to Playa d'en Bossa and don't feel the need to venture any further for their dose of hedonistic entertainment.

Slightly bigger but in a similar vein is the west coast town of San Antonio. With a huge selection of accommodation, restaurants, bars and nightclubs this is a town full of entertainment to suit everyone. Happily there are equally as many beaches stretched along the coast of the San Antonio bay that you have your pick of where to spend your days as well as your nights. Popular with teenagers, families and the older generations San Antonio is packed with activities to make your holiday a memorable one.

For a quieter and more family friendly town, Santa Eulalia on the east coast is the perfect choice. Although there are no 'superclubs', there are a good variety of restaurants and bars but without the music thumping until sunrise. Again there are a good amount of beaches stretched on either side of this town and good road connections to the other parts of the island should you wish to explore.

The north-west region of Ibiza is more remote and rural and if a luxury resort or villa in the rolling hills is your idea of a dream holiday then this is the area for you. With boutique hotels such as the Giri Residence Hotel & Spa in San Joan or Can Pardal Hotel in San Miguel and the luxury resort of Hacienda Na Xamena on the coast, there will be something to suit every taste and guarantee you that dream holiday you are looking for.

Have a look at our Hotel listings page to find your ideal spot, or our Villas listing page if you prefer to have the place to yourself.

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