Property Search

+ More FiltersSearch Filter

Holiday Villa and Apartment Rentals Ibiza

2 results - Page 1 of 1

We couldn't match your exact search but here are some holiday homes for you to view that closely match your search..

Information on Ibiza

Ibiza is best known as the clubbing capital of the world. In the summer months people flock to this beautiful island experience the world famous nightclubs, sunset bars and chilled out beach atmosphere.

View our Ibiza Holiday Rentals

However, there is much more to Ibiza than packed out nightclubs and busy bars.

Ibiza has a wealth of beautiful beaches, pretty villages and lush woodlands to explore.  The beaches are some of the best in the Balearics with soft white sands and warm turquoise waters.  Las Salinas Beach and Playa D’en Bossa Beach are great for people watching and offer every watersport imaginable.   In the north of the island you’ll find more chilled out beaches and resorts such as Es Cana and Santa Eulalia.

The great thing about Ibiza is that because it is so small you can explore the island easily. If you fancy a chilled out day on the beach at Es Cana followed by a crazy night of clubbing in San Antonio it’s just a short drive from one side of the island to the other.

Ibiza is great for families, couples or groups as each resort offers something different. There are endless choices of places to eat from traditional tapas bars to MacDonalds and their are lots of more family-orientated bars as well as the busier places in Ibiza Town and San Antonio.

Ibiza’s neighbouring island of Formentera is also well worth a visit to experience it’s stunning unspoilt beaches and chilled out vibe.

  • Vegan Restaurants Costa del Sol

    Vegan Restaurants on the Costa del Sol

    More people than ever before are choosing to become vegan.  The vegan diet means avoiding meat and any animal products including dairy products, animal fats and eggs.  The plant-based diet is thought to have great health benefits.  If you are a vegan, travelling abroad can be problematic as many restaurants do not cater for a...
    Read More
  • Capuchina Vieja Conarte 2006, Limited edition red wine

    Top 6 Wine Tasting Experiences on the Costa del Sol

    There are lots of wineries in Andalusia, but only a small number of those allow the public to look around them and take tours of the winery. Touring the wineries is a great day out and it is a chance to try some of the delicious local wines and sherries from the area. Below is...
    Read More
  • Fresh-Food-Cafe, Marbella

    Stay Health Conscious on Holiday

    If following a healthy lifestyle is something you like to do, even when on holiday, it can be daunting knowing whether you will be able to get all the healthy foods you enjoy while you are away. Luckily, the Costa del Sol has some great places to grab healthy food and drink. Here are a...
    Read More
  • Find Your Favourite Travel Blog: 103 Of The Best Travel Sites On The Web

    Looking to ignite your passion for travel? Want to find a site that’ll offer up tonnes of advice on where you’re heading on your next trip? A quick Google search will show you that there are hundreds of travel blogs out there for every topic and every location, making finding the best of the best...
    Read More
  • Restaurante Meguinez, Mijas

    Restaurante Meguinez, Mijas Pueblo

    For a relatively small village, Mijas has a huge amount of places to eat. Everywhere you turn down those narrow, cobbled streets you will find bodegas, tapas bars. pizza restaurants and more. As a new visitor to Mijas it can be quite mesmerising knowing where to eat. There is a real gem of a restaurant...
    Read More
  • Puerto-Cabopino

    Cabopino Marina, Marbella

    Cabopino Marina is located between Calahonda and Marbella on Spain’s Costa del Sol. Unlike the bustling marinas in Puerto Banus and Benalmadena, this little marina is somewhat of a hidden gem. Here is our definitive guide to what you can expect from a trip to Cabopino.
    Read More
  • The Magic of Mijas: The Ultimate Travel Guide

    Enjoy the Andalucían way of life in this authentic Spanish district that lies just a short 25 minute drive from the bustling city of Malaga. Its mild temperatures, stunning scenery, and rich history make Mijas one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. Here, Panoramic Villas, have created the ultimate travel guide for anyone looking to visit or stay in Mijas. Let’s jump in.
    Read More