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Vacation rentals in Ibiza

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Nice View in Ibiza Town-Private Room with bathroom
SUPERHOST
Private room · 2 guests · 1 private bath
Nice View in Ibiza Town-Private Room with bathroom-We rent a room- Located in the center of Ibiza, next to the port and in front of the old city we offer you a beautiful experience to enjoy your vacation in a spectacular new and comfortable apartment with a wonderful and unique view. -Rent the room - We are located in the center area in Ibiza town together with harbour and in front the old city where we can offer a unique experience to enjoy your vacation with a spetacular, confortable apartament with a unique view.
Flat 2 BD-4 Pax-IBZ
Entire condominium (condo) · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Flat 2 BD-4 Pax-IBZStylish flat 2 bedrooms 1 bath with fully equipped kitchen and all conveniences provided with the highest quality. Located in the Marina area and walking distance of most exclusive bars and restaurants of the city. Pacha (within just a few steps away ) , Lio , Grand Hotel , Cipriani , Marina Ibiza , Marina Botafoch.. - 2 bedrooms - 1 bathroom Perfect place to stay !!
ibiza 2021
Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 2 shared baths
ibiza 2021Cozy and quiet environment. In the center of the city, close to all your needs. 600m from the port of ibiza and old town. 700m to the castle. 400m of area of bars, cocktails, restaurants .. (Plaza del parque). 1km to marina botafoch. 1.3km to the beach of Talamanca. supermarkets, tobacconist, rent a car, bank, public transport, shopping area within 50m radius

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Popular amenities for Ibiza vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Hermoso apartamento con espectaculares vistas
  1. Entire rental unit
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Ibiza 2021 (3)
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  1. Private room
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IBIZA*DOUBLE BED ROOM*TERRACE*NEAR SEA*
  1. Entire residential home
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Loft with amazing sea view
  1. Private room
  2. Eivissa
Habitación privada doble
  1. Entire guesthouse
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Ibiza Style Casita , Best Location on the Island!
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. IBIZA
IBIZA*DOUBLE ROOM WITH VIEW*NEAR SEA*
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Eivissa
Traditional Ibizan home with a bohemian touch
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Eivissa
Casita with wonderful view
  1. Entire loft
  2. Eivissa
Beautiful studio on the sea front
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Eivissa
Bright and private room in histórical penthouse

Your guide to Ibiza

Welcome to Ibiza

This gorgeous little island in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain has lived a few lives. For centuries various peoples, including the Roman Empire, have swept in to conquer and claim it. In the 1960s and ’70s, bohemians discovered its perfect shores and helped give the island a reputation as a freewheeling place. Today many know it as a glossy destination for the college set and celebrities, where thriving clubs pulse with electronic music and in the summer a who’s-who of DJs descend on the island. But wander outside the hubs of Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni and you’ll discover Ibiza has a restful side, too. This pine-dotted island features swimming coves, secluded hillside villages, and intriguing historical sites, including some of the only surviving Renaissance-era fortified walls in existence, which have been granted UNESCO World Heritage Status. Despite its small size, Ibiza can feel like many vacations in one: You can pack in with the revelers at a nightclub one day and find yourself nearly alone on a sandy beach the next.


How do I get around Ibiza?

Fly into Ibiza Airport (IBZ), located on the southern side of the island, or hop a ferry from Spain. Boats depart from several ports, including year-round from Barcelona and Valencia. Once you’re on Ibiza, the Ibiza Bus public transport network, along with taxis, are your best bet for getting around the island. During high season, the Discobus runs all night, connecting popular nightlife destinations.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ibiza?

Summer is high season on Ibiza, when yachts dock at the harbor, the streets of Ibiza Town are busy with fun seekers, and the beaches are humming with activity. Thanks to the Mediterranean climate, extreme temperatures are uncommon, and the weather is mild year round. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall are more sedate than summer, crowd-wise. In the winter it is cooler, but not chilly. However, some businesses may close down for the season, so expect a more low-key vibe than other times of the year.


What are the top things to do in Ibiza?

Dalt Vila

Dalt Vila was first settled by the Phoenicians, and later by succeeding waves of invaders. The city’s cobblestone streets, stone mansions, and — mostly notably — its rare, imposing 16th-century fortified walls make it an important piece of ancient history. It is perhaps a bit counterintuitive that this historical place is home to the small but mighty Ibiza Contemporary Art Museum. Modern art hangs on the walls above a glass floor that showcases archaeological artefacts.

Stonehenge

Nope, not that Stonehenge, although this quirky art installation takes its inspiration from that prehistoric monument in England. Paid for by the billionaire who founded Cirque du Soleil, this large-scale public work comprises 13 basalt columns that weigh 420 tons each, plunked atop a cliff. If the art doesn’t impress you, the view will.

Go Beach Hopping

If you’re on Ibiza, you probably came for the beaches — and you have your pick of vibes. Join the crowds on popular Platja de Ses Salines, a sandy curve of coast whose placid waters are dotted with sailboats. Head over to Sa Caleta, a cliffside cove, for a more secluded feel and to view 7th-century ruins. Cala Xarraca, with its calm, clear waters, is an ideal snorkeling spot with a natural mud bath nearby.