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Spain's regional diversity and many islands give it a multifaceted appeal that has attracted visitors to the country for decades. Its cultural treasures, diverse landscapes, magnificent beaches and mild climate place it at the top of the list of the most popular destinations in Europe. The southern cities’ Moorish heritage, Andalusia’s distinct character, the Balearic Islands’ lively atmosphere and natural landscapes and the Canary Islands’ unique volcanic scenery all transport you to different worlds where unforgettable experiences are guaranteed.
The Balearic Islands are blessed with beautiful white sandy beaches, impressive mountainous landscapes and a rich historical and cultural heritage. For decades, they have been considered a safe bet for a sunny holiday at any time of the year. It takes just two hours to fly to Mallorca and just over two and a half hours to fly to Ibiza. Choose the Balearic Islands for a perfect combination of social life, sports, cultural activities and trendy parties.
Ibiza is beloved by party-goers, electro fans and famous DJs such as David Guetta, Robin Schulz and Calvin Harris, who regularly perform in its most trendy clubs. Beyond its dancefloors and lively evenings, Ibiza also boasts beautiful scenery, idyllic coastlines lined with secret coves and pine forests, fine sandy beaches and charming villages. Steeped in hippie culture and the laidback Spanish way of life, it cultivates a particularly relaxed atmosphere, so it’s no coincidence that countless yoga and wellness retreats have taken up residence here! It’s ideal for those looking for discovery, relaxation and fun, and is a great holiday destination thanks to its ultra-trendy hotel infrastructure, culinary offering based on local culture and endless activities.
This famous bay, very close to Ibiza town, is home to lots of large, comfortable hotels, most of them right on the beach. The well-equipped beach is easily accessible and boasts numerous shops, bars, restaurants and water sports centres for those who want to try out something new or get their adrenaline fix on a jet ski or banana boat. Distance from the airport: 6 km.
Sant Josep de sa Talaia takes its name from the pine-covered mountain of Sa Talaia, which, at 475 metres, is the highest point on the island. This traditional village is renowned for its authenticity and tranquillity. It offers spectacular views of the beautiful rural landscape and is bordered by a coastline stretching for almost 80 kilometres, with the highest concentration of beaches and coves on Ibiza. Distance from airport: 10 km.
Framed by cliffs shaped by the wind and the sea, Figueral beach is popular for its shallow, translucent waters and its peaceful setting. This unspoilt area is the perfect antidote to busy seaside resorts. Distance from airport: 28 km.
Cala Tarida, located on the island’s west side, boasts white sandy beaches and small shops, bars and restaurants – many of which give you the option to dine on the beach. This part of the island is famous for its beautiful sunsets and is particularly suitable for families thanks to its extensive facilities and wide range of activities. Distance from the airport: 20 km.
This resort is very close to Ibiza’s old town and is full of comfortable hotels that border Ibiza's longest beach. There are also plenty of shops, bars, restaurants and trendy clubs along the beachfront, as well as water sports centres where you can work on your paddleboard, jet ski or catamaran skills. Distance from the airport: 6 km.
Santa Eulalia is known for its beautiful beaches, serene atmosphere and authenticity. It is a historic village that has kept its character and local traditions alive – an example of this being the hippy culture that lives on in the colourful markets of Punta Arabi and Las Dalias. Its narrow streets lined with tapas bars create a typically Mediterranean atmosphere, and its beautiful church is also well worth a visit. Distance from airport: 25 km.
Formentera has earned its nickname as the peal of the Mediterranean. It boasts white sandy beaches that rival those of the Caribbean and crystal-clear waters that invite you to swim or enjoy water sports such as sailing, paddle boarding and diving. Soak up the warm, peaceful atmosphere of its small authentic villages, with their white walls adorned with bougainvillea. The island is accessible by ferry from Ibiza (around 30 minutes). Distance to the airport from the port of Ibiza: 10 km.
San Juan is a small, quiet hamlet in the north of the island with a traditional, relaxed atmosphere. Don't miss the famous Sunday morning craft market, which is a delight for the senses. Distance from the airport: approx. 40 km.
This day trip will take you by boat to the neighbouring island of Formentera. Once there, you'll take your place in the coach and set off to discover the sublime landscapes and authentic villages that make this island so unique. The first stop at La Mola, the highest point of the island, will give you the chance to discover the Formentera lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic views. You'll also stop off at Sant Francesc, Formentera's small capital, where you can take your time to explore at your leisure (lunch not included in the package) and/or enjoy a refreshing swim at Es Pujols beach.
To make sure you don't miss a thing, opt for this one-day excursion, which will allow you to discover the best of the island in just one day. You'll temporarily turn your back on the coast and head inland to discover Ibiza's historical heritage and natural riches. A visit to the salt flats of Las Salinas, the small village of San José with its beautiful church bathed in a special light, and the villages of San Antonio and Santa Eulalia are among the must-see stops on this excursion. In the middle of the day, you can enjoy lunch in a rural setting (not included in the package) and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of the hippie market.
Enjoy a day aboard the Ibiza Star catamaran and immerse yourself in the heart of the Formentera marine reserve, where the scenery is truly breathtaking. There will be a stop on the uninhabited island of Espalmador with two hours of free time so you can admire its beautiful protected areas and enjoy the immense wild beach and its translucent waters. On your return to the boat, you can enjoy a delicious barbecue provided by the crew (grilled meat and fish accompanied by salads, bread and aioli, wine/beer and water and fruit for dessert). After your meal, you'll make a second stop on the beach at ses Illetes, where you may cross paths with a famous ship... It's also the perfect place for a refreshing swim and a moment of peace and quiet. At each stop, you'll need to pick up your rubbish, as the islands are part of a protected area.
This activity will give you the chance to browse an eclectic mix of local crafts. You'll be picked up at your hotel and dropped at the entrance to the famous La Dalias market in the town of Santa Eulalia del Río, where you'll have plenty of time to stroll around, haggle or simply enjoy the unique hippie atmosphere.
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We draw your attention to the fact that the Balearic government has decided to introduce a new ecological tax. This tax is applicable to all stays and will be invoiced directly in the hotels. The following terms and conditions apply:
- 2 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for hotels 1*, 2* and 3*
- 3 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for 3* superior and 4* hotels
- 4 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for 4* superior and 5* hotels
- between 1 and 4 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for rental houses and apartments, campsites, cruises, inns, etc. (depending on category)
- in low season (01/11 - 30/04): 75% discount on the prices mentioned above
- from the 9th day: 50% discount on the above-mentioned prices
- this ecological tax does not apply to children under 16 years of age