• About Ibiza

    Ibiza in the Balearic Islands, known as Eivissa in Catalan, is world famous as a Mecca to clubbing. Each year it hosts the most famous DJs in the world. John Digweed, Paul Van Dyk, Boy George and Pete Tong are just some of the famous names to have played in its legendary clubs.

    As well as the wild nightlife Ibiza offers plenty of other holiday options including quiet beach holidays. Ibiza, the third largest of the Balearic Islands has many resorts which cater for peaceful family retreats.

    Gorgeous sunshine, good food and nightlife - Ibiza Town provides an interesting lively town for shopping and site seeing including a pleasant old quarter. Inland the islands rocky landscape is impressive. Various quality accommodation including apartments is avilable.

  • Clubbing Hot Spots

    Es Paradis

    Painted white with fantastic light shows and bright lights Es Paradis incorporates a Roman temple theme. A massive sound system pumps up the atmosphere while the dance floor fills with foam to climax the night. Great fun.


    The worlds biggest club and probably the first club in the world to include a swimming pool. The dance floor holds 7,000 people and includes several forest areas with bars where you can enjoy a view of the stars. Privilege is home to Manumisson, one of Ibizas most famous club nights.

    Café Del Mar

    Ibizas most famous bar and one of the most celebrated bars in the world. Starting as a small beach bar in front of a rock beach it is the location for legendary sunset views and cutting edge DJs. Crowds gather to watch the sun go down and enjoy music which is especially tailored to the mood of the punters and the view.


    Located near the Marina in Ibiza Town. Pacha has a world reputation for its legendary House music nights. One of the few clubs to open all year and famed for having lots of cosy little nooks and crannies.

  • Places To Visit Or Stay

    Ibiza Town

    The only major historical and urban centre of the island. It includes World Heritage Status buildings including a castle, cathedral and some ancient walls, all of which reveal the fascinating and dramatic history of this island port. The pleasant harbour and marina combine new and old buildings.


    A small island with a surface of 90 km² and just over 5200 inhabitants is just 11 miles from Ibiza to the south. Includes some wonderful beaches, quiet coves and bays.

    Ses Feixes

    An important wetland. Ses Feixes is next to Talamanca beach. It is a significant bird sanctuary. This biodiverse area includes some incredible flora and fauna as well as relics of ancient Moorish irrigation systems.

    San Rafael

    This village includes some of Ibizas best workshops specialising in Phoenician style pottery/ceramics.

    San Carlos

    A pretty village in Santa Eulalia notable as one of the last bastions of the former massive hippy population of the island which emerged in the seventies.

    San José

    The biggest municipality and some of the best beaches. From Port des Torrent up to Ses Salines beach the coastline is adorable. The best sands and sea in the Balearics are reputed to be found at the beaches of Comte, Es Codolar, Ses Salines Cala Carbo, Cala dHort, Cala Vadella and Es Cavallet.

    San Antonio

    An unspoilt region. The area is ideal for mountain-biking or hill-walking and includes many pretty villages and delightful beaches. San Antonio town is busy in summer but in winter becomes a picturesque fishing village. Great harbour bars can be found there. Nearby there are pleasant coves along the coast for walking and bathing.

    San Juan

    Ibizas unspoilt, least populated green zone includes the village of the same name. It rests near a beautiful wooded valley, surrounded by mountains, affording amazing views, and including some of the best sunsets across the island.

  • Key Facts

    • Population - Residents in Ibiza and Formentera increased from 90,000 in 1994 to almost 119,000 in 2005. Around 4 million tourists arrive each year.
    • Transport - Taxis and buses are plentiful but car hire is vital if you want to see all there is on offer.
    • Accommodation - All manner of hotels and other accommodation are available in Ibiza and the Balearics Islands. You will find something to suit any budget.
    • Currency - Euro.
    • Time Zone - GMT +1