Ibiza

Ibiza

Villa Serenity Ibiza

Villa Serenity Ibiza

Villa Serenity Ibiza, Ibiza

Villa Serenity Ibiza is a premium luxury villa on Ibiza’s prestigious south coast, providing impressive indoor and outdoor spaces including seven boutique bedrooms. The interi...

  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Maximum Guests: 14
  • Bathrooms: 7
  • Location: Cap Martinet
From £3,543per night
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Villa Talaia

Villa Talaia

Villa Talaia, Ibiza

Occupying a prestigious five-acre plot on the verdant tree-clad hillsides of Ibiza, Villa Talaia is a remarkable minimalist villa and an upscale retreat that’s sure to impress. ...

  • Bedrooms: 8
  • Maximum Guests: 16
  • Bathrooms: 8
  • Location: San Jose
From £5,739per night
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Flying time: 2 hours 25 minutes
Language: Spanish
Island size: 220.7 square miles
Time difference from UK: + 1 hour Winter / + 1 hour summer
Currency: Euros
Voltage: 230 volts
Driving: Right hand side of road
Entry requirements: British citizens do not require a visa. You will require a valid passport with 6 months validity
Health and safety: No inoculations are needed to travel to Ibiza. Ibiza is a very safe island and the locals are very friendly and accommodating. As with any destination be vigilant and don’t leave high worth items without supervision

August is the hottest month in Ibiza with an average temperature of 26°C (79°F) and the coldest is January at 12°C (54°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 13 in August. The wettest month is October with an average of 54mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 26°C.


Ibiza

Ibiza is perhaps Europe’s most vibrant island, where chic disco cafes nestle by golden beaches, and pine-clad hills shelter luxe villas owned by the rich and famous. The northern half of the island is quieter, with a calmer vibe, while the south has secured some of Europe’s coolest clubs and bars, not to mention beaches. It’s just over an hour by car from one side of the island to the other, so Ibiza is also pleasingly easy to get around. As well as dozens of smaller spots, there are three big resorts on the island, each packed with dining, nightlife and gorgeous coastline.

Ibiza Town is the island’s sun-soaked capital, renowned for its nightlife but also for historic sights like its beautiful Old Town. The crystal-clear waters of Cala Comte are nearby, and clubs such as Pacha and Amnesia keep the evenings lively.

Just a little southwards is Platja d’en Bossa, arguably the island’s most popular resort. With its three kilometres of golden beachfront, ancient fortifications and world-famous Ushuaia club, this is Ibiza at its best.

The final ‘big’ resort is San Antonio, situated on the north-western coast of Ibiza. Expect some of the island’s most gregarious clubs, a diverse and varied restaurant scene and a handful of gorgeous beaches all within easy reach.

For a more relaxed stay, there are plenty of more secluded and exclusive resorts to choose from. Only a short drive from the airport is Santa Eulalia – a firm family favourite, offering an authentic Spanish vibe with a tree-lined coastal promenade, lots of local eateries and a small but lovely beach. Further north is Es Cana, another refined resort with a curve of sandy beachfront, local restaurants and its famous Hippy Market, held weekly. Right at the island’s northern shore is Portinatx – once a fishing village and now a haven to those seeking a stress-free escape, thanks to three great beaches and a smattering of restaurants and bars.

With all this and more, Ibiza is the perfect option for your villa holiday.

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