Take a look at the map below and click on the stars to see what the location has in store for you and why you should visit.
Holiday resort boasting several coves and bays and crystalline waters, with a stunning backdrop of pine clad hills
Sleepy village with a sprinkling of bars, trendy eateries, and artisan craft shops. Sunday craft and local produce market.
Holiday resort with some great dining al fresco opportunities on the beach. Caves open to the public.
The village you pass through to get to the port and the beach of the same name. A few bars, and shops.
Small but picturesque, colourful bay with crystsalline waters, and a few spots to eat or drink at on the beach front.
Marina, International ambience, cosmopolitan shops and a wide choice of restaurants, plus beach!
Home of the Saturday hippy market and key to several beautiful coves nearby. Craft, artesan and gift shops in the village centre interspersed with pavement cafes
Family beach resort with three beaches, and plenty of bars and cafes. Home to the Wednesday Hippy market.
Family beach resort with crescent shaped beach, gently sloping waters.
Exclusive Urbanisation named after the Golf Course.
Islands capital. The Old Town is well worth a visit by day and by night, it is a UNESCO site, and the cobbled streets, port, and Marinas are ideal for people watching, a wide choice of dining opportunities, and some retail therapy!
Almost a city beach! `Only 10 minutes walk into the Ibiza town Marinas, from where you c an walk around the port to the town or even take a 7 minute ferry ride over the water to the town centre.
Nearest villge to the airport, this village holds the weekly flea market and is the gateway to the infamous Salinas and Es Cavallet beaches of the South. A few good shops and cafes too
Escapists and photographers dream! Clifftop coastal views in peaceful surroundings.
Gateway village linking the South and West, (and all the stunning beaches imbetween!) this upbeat village is well worth stopping at, for its varied selection of stylish chillout bars and cafes.
Famous for its nightlife, and choice of bars and meeting places, it also boasts a great variety of easily accessible bays and coves nearby, all easily reached by ferry boat or local buses.
Small village with a couple of fabulous well known must visit restaurants, and church whose courtyard has fabulous views towards Ibiza town and sister island of Formentera island.
Almost in the middle of the island, this village is both picture postcard style, and a melting pot for the International visitors and residents alike, complete with a few craft and hippy style shops, and pavement cafes mentioned in the island guide books! Sleepy by day, buzzing but laid back by night, some highly recommended restaurants will tempt you to stay longer!
Lively fun resort with the longest beach on the Island with lots of day and night clubs. Great place for young people!
Put this on your “Must Do, Must See” wish list! The beaches of Illetas and Mitjorn are made of dreams, with tbeir powdery white sands, and turquoise waters, and will linger in your memory as you get through those wintry days back home! The island has salt flats and a few villages, but the stunning attractions here are the beaches, views and never ending dunes. The island is easily reached from Ibiza town and many other resorts on the island by ferry in an hour or less, and a great day out for all ages!