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Where to stay in Ibiza for first time visitors

A comprehensive guide on finding the best accommodation in Ibiza Island

Wondering where to stay in Ibiza for your first visit to the island? With a global reputation of being the clubbing capital of the world, you’d be forgiven for thinking the island might not be the place for you if that’s not your thing but Ibiza also offers gorgeous natural scenes and a sense of tranquillity that you would never expect from an island with such a party reputation. With white sand beaches, the famed azure sea, and hills to sit atop of drink sangria, and admire the views Ibiza has so much diversity, history, and culture just waiting to be explored. Once famed as a hub for artists, a free lifestyle, and expression people flocked to the island and even now you’ll find quaint coastal areas that are full of galleries, vegan cafes, and yoga studios. Nonetheless, the world’s most exciting clubs and bars are here and if you’re here to party the night away and recover on the beach the next day, you definitely won’t be disappointed.

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Where to stay in Ibiza

Picking the right place to stay on Ibiza is key if you want the right holiday for you. The sleepy coastal cities have a lot to offer and if a laid-back beach getaway is what you’re after then this is where you’ll want to focus your attention. Ibiza Town has something for everyone and perfect for those looking for some history, culture, and shopping in addition to the nightlife. You can drive from the top to the bottom of the island in 45-minutes and if you have a car then the island is yours to explore and if you don’t there are plenty of buses to get you where you need to go

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Where to stay in Ibiza for first time visitors
Where to stay in Ibiza for first time visitors

Ibiza Town – History meets glitz and partying, a place for everyone

Why stay in Ibiza Town

Can’t decide between the partying Ibiza is famous for and the history and culture of the island? Ibiza Town is a charming amalgamation of everything that makes Ibiza unique and staying here offers many ways to spend your time. Whether you’re more interested in The Marino part of town, the newer area brimming with cocktail bars and attractive restaurants to designer shopping and yachts or The Old Town with its cobbled streets, the gothic cathedral, and amazing fortified citadel at the centre you’re never far from the other. The range of accommodation here is vast, from budget hostels and cute guest houses to the most high-end hotels. If you love walking tours or hidden food gems, there’s plenty of that here too. Wherever you stay you’ll be conveniently close to the nightlife making this the perfect place for first-timers to the islands or anyone who wants the best of both worlds.

Why avoid Ibiza Town

While it’s possible to walk or catch the bus to the nearest beach from Ibiza Town, it isn’t as conveniently located to the beaches and those famous beach parties as other areas of the city. If you’re looking to spend your days sunbathing and swimming, this might not be the most convenient place. It’s also very busy here being one of the main tourist hubs, you’ll still find some authentic local Ibiza life here but mostly visitors.

Where to stay in Ibiza Town

Where to stay in Ibiza Town Centre
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Hotel Mirador de Dalt Vila

This historical property overlooks the Mediterranean from its hilltop position in central Ibiza Town. It offers a free airport shutlle and elegant rooms with free WiFi and a whirlpool bath. The air-conditioned rooms at the Mirador de Dalt Vila feature parquet floors and stylish décor. Each one has plasma satellite TV and the bathrooms come with Bulgari products and a bathrobe.

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Sir Joan Hotel

Situated in Ibiza Town, 450 yards from Pacha, Sir Joan Hotel boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and outdoor pool. All rooms include a flat-screen TV. Certain units include a seating area where you can relax. Enjoy a cup of coffee from your terrace or balcony.

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Ibiza Corso Hotel & Spa

Each stylish, air-conditioned room at the Ibiza Corso has free WiFi, a balcony and a flat-screen TV. There is also a safe, and a private bathroom with bathrobes and slippers. There are 2 restaurants, one with panoramic views and the other one located in the pool area.

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Talamanca – Close to Ibiza Town and near the beach

Why stay in Talamanca

Right on the northern tip of Ibiza and a quick walk from Ibiza Town, Talamanca offers a tranquil and convenient place to stay with the benefit of being close to the beach and waterfront as well as the town itself. It’s a beautiful coastal area and much of the accommodation and restaurants sit on the curving bay enjoying incredible views of the ocean. With promenade walks, the beach, and water sports easily accessible this an area loved by families and couples. However, there is something to offer everyone since you’re in walking distance to the famous Pasha nightclub and sleeping on the beach after the night before is easily achievable here. If you’re looking for a more private getaway then the many villas with private pools in the area are ideal, aside from that you’ll find everything from budget accommodation to resorts in this area.

Where to stay in Talamanca

Where to stay in Ibiza Talamanca
Check Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay on Booking.com

Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

Each room is decorated with luxurious details and equipped with free WiFi. All offer marble bathrooms with rainfall showers, floor to ceiling windows and open terraces with sea or garden views. The suites are spacious and come with a plush lounge area and separate dressing room. Some include a kitchenette and private plunge pool.

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OD Talamanca

Set in a fine location in Ibiza, the hotel offers a concept that aims to personalize the guest experience with a variety of services. The property offers simple, bright décor. Each of its air-conditioned rooms has satellite TV. Guests benefit from 2 free bottles of water upon arrival.

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Destino Pacha Resort

Air-conditioned rooms feature a stylish, white décor and large windows. Each one includes free Wi-Fi, a TV, safe, minibar and a private bathroom. Free entry for Pacha Club is included in the Suite rooms. Destino Pacha Resort's restaurant offers fusion cuisine, with Japanese, Mediterranean and Central American influences. It uses fresh, local products.

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Sant Jordi de ses Salines (Ibiza Beach) – A major nightlife hub near the airport

Why stay in Sant Jordi de ses Salines

The closest party area to Ibiza Town, this is one of the major nightlife sites on the island featuring Europe’s biggest and most famous bars and nightclubs. This is also where Hard Rock Ibiza is located which hosts internationally renowned artists. The neighbourhood is located just a four-minute drive from the airport so you won’t waste any time between landing and partying. Staying in Ibiza Beach also means you have the advantage of being a short walking distance to Ibiza Town so you can enjoy the culture, shopping, and history of Ibiza’s main hub. With a wide range of accommodation here, this is a haven for party-goers.

Why avoid Sant Jordi de ses Salines

If you’re in Ibiza for a quiet break or aren’t primarily here to party, then this isn’t the area for you. It’s loud, busy, and open late. Also, the beach is eternally crowded so you won’t get some of the charm, space, and water sports that other beach areas of the island can offer.

Where to stay in Sant Jordi de ses Salines

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Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza

This large hotel has 2 outdoor pools and a spa with a hot tub and sauna, as well as a gym. There is also an exclusive private beach club with beach bar next to the hotel, and a range of chill-out areas. Hard Rock Ibiza is decorated with a range of music memorabilia.

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FERGUS Style Bahamas

Bright rooms have a seating area, a minibar, and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. The FERGUS Style Bahamas offers 2 restaurants, one of them with pool views. The main restaurant has an open kitchen. There is a snack bar, lobby bar and a poolside bar with a terrace from which guests can watch night-time entertainment shows.

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Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel - Adults Only

The minimalist rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a 42-inch plasma TV and iPod docking station. They also feature a furnished terrace. The Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel is made up of 2 separate buildings. The Ushuaia Club houses the bedrooms and hosts the hotel's famous parties. The exclusive Ushuaia Tower offers 24-hour room service, an outdoor pool, Balinese beds and a poolside cocktail bar.

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Santa Eulària des Riu – Large high-end resort area, busy all year round

Why stay in Santa Eulària des Riu

The third largest resort on the town and perfect for people who enjoy having fun in the sun, this quieter part of the island will suit families, couples, and is a favourite with affluent jet setters due to the high-end marina area. There are fewer clubs and bars here and it generally has a charming slow pace of life with the exception of the jet-skis whizzing about, water sports are very popular here. You’ll almost always get a spot on the beach and strolling along the promenade is a delight, the whole town has a resort style feel which lasts all year round due to the thriving expat community so if you’re travelling off-season you wouldn’t even notice here.

Why avoid Santa Eulària des Riu

Anyone looking for a buzzing area with lots to do whether that’s cultural activities or clubbing may find this area very quiet. That being said it’s ideally located for reaching most of the island if you have a car or want to use public transport.

Where to stay in Santa Eulària des Riu

Where to stay in Ibiza Santa Eulària des Riu
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Insotel Fenicia Prestige Suites & Spa

All spacious rooms have a balcony and flat-screen TV. The bathroom is complete with a separate bath and hydromassage shower. Guests are also provided with a bathrobe and slippers. Indoor and outdoor pool, a herbal steam room and an ice fountain are some of the spa facilities available at an extra charge. Foot baths and a variety of massages are also on offer.

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Grand Hotel Palladium Santa Eulalia del Río

Rooms at the Palladium offer free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, mini fridge, kettle and a private balcony or terrace. Rooms are spacious and bright, with elegant design and classic wooden furniture. Grand Hotel Palladium has a bar and a restaurant, serving fresh Mediterranean cuisine. It has a terrace overlooking Santa Eulalia Bay.

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Hotel Tres Torres

One of our top picks in Santa Eularia des Riu.The Hotel Tres Torres faces the Santa Eulalia del Río Sporting Marina, 8.7 miles from the city of Ibiza. There is an outdoor pool, and all of the rooms have a private balcony.

The Tres Torres offers spacious, air-conditioned rooms with modern private bathrooms and TVs. Some rooms have sea views.

There is a free internet point and the reception is open 24 hours a day.

The hotel is located close to the centre of Santa Eulalia, within 10 minutes' walk of a range of restaurants and bars.

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Playa de Portinatx – Quiet beaches and nightlife area, perfect middle ground

Why stay in Playa de Portinatx

A great all-rounder, there are three beaches which make up this fun neighbourhood - S’Arenal Petit, S’Arenal Gros, and Playa Porto meaning you’ll never be bored or short of things to do. There are lots of quieter resort areas that are perfect for families but there’s also plenty of nightlife to enjoy in the area too. You’ll always have space on the beach and there is shopping, diners, and tattoo studios in the area for when you’re not sunning or drinking. There’s a lot of budget accommodation and cheap local restaurants here so it’s popular with people looking for a cheap sunny getaway and first-timers to the island who want the best of both worlds.

Why avoid Playa de Portinatx

If you’re looking for a luxury stay, there are fewer high-end options in the area and everything is more suited to the budget traveller. Also, if you’d like to be closer to the major clubbing areas and famous bars of the city then this might not be for you

Where to stay in Playa de Portinatx

Where to stay in Portinatx
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Grupotel Ibiza Beach Resort - Adults Only

Bright spacious rooms are air-conditioned and feature hardwood floors and a flat-screen satellite TV. There is a desk, a dressing room and a safe is available at an extra cost. The private bathroom comes with a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries.

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Barceló Portinatx - Adults Only

Decorated in white with Mediterranean details, all air-conditioned and spacious rooms have a private terrace and a flat-screen TV. Junior suites include a seating area with a sofa bed. Most rooms offer sea views and some have a hot tub in the private terrace.

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Sandos El Greco Beach - Adults Only - All inclusive

The hotel boasts an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre. There is also a wellness centre with beauty treatments and massages available at a cost. Guests will also find a chill-out area with a whirlpool. There are 250 rooms spread throughout five floors. All air-conditioned rooms feature free WiFi, a Led TV, telephone and a balcony. Each, has a bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer.

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San Antonio – famous party area on the beach

Why stay in San Antonio

Infamous for hosting the wildest of parties and having the best dance music, San Antonio is drinking central. Once a fishing village, this selection of beaches is laid-back and sleepy in the day and the complete opposite at night. The most famous nightclub Ibiza Rocks is based here and The Sunset Strip, a group of bars scattered along the coast. The sunsets here are legendary and you’ll spend evenings sipping a drink watching it go down before partying the night away with hundreds of other visitors. There’s a wide range of accommodation here suited to all budgets.

Why avoid San Antonio

While it’s a beach area, these are the least picturesque beaches on the island and can often have a lot of rubbish left by drinkers from the night before. The main thing to do here is party so if you’re here with a family or just not here for the nightlife then this is the area to avoid.

Where to stay in San Antonio

Where to stay in Ibiza San Antonio
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Palladium Hotel Palmyra - Adults Only

Palladium Hotel Palmyra - Adults Only is located on the beachfront in central San Antoni. It offers a freshwater swimming pool and air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV, WiFi connection and a private balcony. The Palladium´s buffet restaurant serves international food and offers show cooking. The glass-walled bar serves a buffet of tea and cakes at sunset, and there is also live music.

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Cubanito Ibiza Suites

Cubanito Ibiza Suites offers an outdoor pool and free WiFi in San Antonio, 450 yards from Cala Gració. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Featuring Cuban-style architecture, the property offers stylish rooms with Smeg fridges and Marshall speakers.

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Hotel Playasol Marco Polo I

Just 100 yards from Ibiza’s San Antonio Beach, Hotel Playasol Marco Polo I offers an outdoor swimming pool and a sun terrace. Each air-conditioned room has a balcony. Free WiFi is available. Rooms at the Playasol Marco Polo I are simple and functional, with tiled floors and private bathrooms. They all include satellite TV and a fridge.

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Playa d'en Bossa – Ibiza’s longest beach and a clubbing hub

Why stay in Playa d'en Bossa

Advertised as the must-see beach of the Ibiza and over three kilometres long, it’s Ibiza’s longest beach. Busy in the Summer and vacant during the Winter, there’s a whole host of boutique stores, beach bars, and diners in the area. There’s a promenade to walk along and a good amount of nightlife, including some famous clubs like Hi – Ibiza, though it’s not as crazy as areas like San Antonio. It’s just south of Ibiza town and has a plethora of accommodation of every sort on offer.

Why avoid Playa d'en Bossa

As you might expect for Ibiza’s longest beach, it’s incredibly busy in the Summer so make sure you get a spot early. A problem that’s been arising in recent years is that it’s noticeably covered in rubbish in the Summer due to party-goers not picking up after themselves. A shame for the environment and definitely something to consider if that’ll bother you.

Where to stay in Playa d'en Bossa

Where to stay in Ibiza bosso
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Hotel Playasol Bossa Flow

Situated only 250 yards from Playa d’en Bossa beach and only 1.9 miles from Ibiza town centre, this hotel resort is the perfect place to enjoy a tranquil setting and the lively Ibiza nightlife. Free WiFi is available. Relax around the hotel’s swimming pool, equipped with sun loungers, or take a dip in the pool to cool off in the hot Ibiza sunshine.

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Club Can Bossa

All rooms at Club Can Bossa Hotel feature tiled floors and light wood furniture. Most rooms have a private balcony. Hotel Can Bossa has a poolside buffet restaurant and a snack bar. There is also a bar and a vending machine in the complex.

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My Way Luxury Ibiza Studio

Apartamentos My Way, a property with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, is located in Playa d'en Bossa, a 10-minute walk from Ushuaia Ibiza and Hard Rock Ibiza. Buffet breakfast is served daily at El Limonero restaurant located across the street.

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Santa Gertrudis – Authentic bohemian neighbourhood

Why stay in Santa Gertrudis

For the people looking for a quiet authentic getaway in rustic Ibiza then this bohemian area brimming with local and international artists is another world when compared to Ibiza Town or the party beaches. Local eateries, vegan cafes, and juice bars are the kind of businesses that line the idyllic narrow alleys. You’ll also find local art shops, handmade goods, and wine bars. Renting out a villa in the surrounding town or countryside will allow you to experience life like a local and have a relaxing, charming getaway.

Why avoid Santa Gertrudis

It’s in the centre of the island so you’ll have to travel to get to the beach and also to the nightlife which generally clusters on the coastal areas. There’s also a lack of hotels in the traditional sense and accommodation is generally of the homestay and villa sort.

Where to stay in Santa Gertrudis

Where to stay in Ibiza
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Curreu III

Located in Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, Curreu III offers an outdoor pool, a furnished terrace, a garden and barbecue facilities. Marina Botafoch and Ibiza Town are a 15-minute drive away.This air-conditioned property features exposed wooden beams and classic-style décor in cream tones. The villa comes with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a hair dryer.

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Can Clau

Boasting air-conditioned accommodation with a private pool, Can Clau is located in Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera. Featuring mountain and garden views, this holiday home also offers free WiFi. With direct access to a terrace, this holiday home comes with 2 separate bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen.

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leMarquis Ibiza Adults Only

leMarquis Ibiza Adults Only features gardens with hammocks, a swimming pool and sun terrace. It is set in a country house in the centre of Ibiza and offers free Wi-Fi in all areas. Decorated with both modern and rustic finishes, the rooms include draped beds and private bathrooms with free toiletries. All accommodation comes with satellite TV and air conditioning.

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Es Canar – Quiet holiday area for a slow pace of life

Why stay in Es Canar

A busy yet very low-key part of the island, this beach resort area is popular with families or people looking to have a quiet holiday in one of the big name hotels in the area. The crescent-shaped sandy beach is rarely over-crowded and there is lots to do nearby in terms of shopping, fishing, and beach bars and local and international restaurants. There’s also a lively water sports scene. One huge draw to the area is the hippy market, thrown on Wednesdays this is where people on the island sell their handmade eclectic goods from food to trinkets to clothes and accessories. There’s always music in the air and people chilling out drinking sangria in this pleasant spot.

Why avoid Es Canar

It’s a quiet spot and 12 miles away from Ibiza Town and the main party spots. It’s a perfect area if you’re looking for a quiet getaway with things to do on your doorstep but not conveniently located if you want to party the night away in the famous clubs or explore the museums and galleries of the main town.

Where to stay in Es Canar

Where to stay in Ibiza es cana
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Hotel Anfora Ibiza

Set just 100 yards from Es Canar Beach, Hotel Anfora Ibiza features terraces, swimming pools and an outdoor spa and fitness area. There is also an on-site restaurant. Air-conditioned rooms are spacious and bright, and include a TV, safe, hairdryer and free WiFi.

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AluaSoul Ibiza - Adults only

Alua Soul Ibiza is a superior 4-star hotel featuring a wellness centre, a fitness area, swimming pool and Balinese beds located in Santa Eularia des Riu. Las Dalias Hippy Market is 2.2 miles away. Each modern room here will provide you with air conditioning, a balcony and satellite channels. There is also a refrigerator. Featuring a bath or shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer.

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Invisa Ereso

Invisa Ereso is set in tropical gardens near the beach resort of Es Canar, on Ibiza’s east coast. This hotel offers a restaurant and bar, and 2 shared outdoor swimming pools. Each room at this hotel has a TV, heating and air conditioning, and a private balcony. The bathroom includes a bath and shower.

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Cala Llonga – Beautiful resort area, great for water-sports and families

Why stay in Cala Llonga

The picture-perfect Cala Llonga enjoys 360-degree views of pine forests, crystal waters, and white sand and is the perfect base for anyone who wants to be near the clubbing zone but doesn’t want to be based there. There are lots of fun activities to get up to here like volleyball, pedalos, and diving plus the whole area has a sweet retro vibe that reminds you of old beach postcards. There are specific areas for children to enjoy including playgrounds and kiddie pools and there are plenty of restaurants and bars on site if you don’t want to take a trip over to the busier areas. A great mini-resort with a good range of accommodation and a perfect spot to recover from too much partying.

Why avoid Cala Llonga

There’s little to dislike about the area unless you’re not looking for a resort style stay and would rather be in a more authentic area with lots of culture or in the heart of the nightlife. As middle ground go it doesn’t get much better.

Where to stay in Cala Llonga

Where to stay in Ibiza Ses Veles
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Apartamentos Ses Veles

This building is situated 100 yards from the beaches of Cala Llonga, 0.6 miles from the only golf course in Ibiza. It has a swimming pool, surrounded by gardens. Each apartment at the Apartamentos Ses Veles comes with a balcony. The living room/kitchen includes a fridge and microwave. Air conditioning is available in some apartments, at an extra cost. Apartments have 1 or 2 bedrooms and a sofa bed in the seating area.

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Apartamentos Cala Llonga

The apartments are large and practical. They have 1 or 2 bedrooms, lounge-dining room, kitchen and bathroom. They also have a balcony. Air conditioning is available in some apartments, at an extra cost. The apartments also have a supermarket, gift shop, newsagent and bureau de change.

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Apartamentos Cana Sofía

Apartmentos Cana Sofía are just 350 yards from a sandy beach, in the quiet Ibizan resort of Cala Llonga. This small complex has an outdoor pool, sun terrace, garden, and a bar. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property. Each apartment at the Apartmentos Cana Sofía has a living area with a sofa, and a kitchenette with a fridge. All apartments include a fan.

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Cala Tarida – West Coast quiet beach resort with famous restaurants

Why stay in Cala Tarida

Known as one of Ibiza’s most attractive resort beach areas, it features the longest and widest white sand beach on the West Coast and is quiet and laid-back. With shallow waters, craggy coves, and family-friendly resorts, it’s a lovely place to be if you have children and there are plenty of fun activities to enjoy in the area, including a diving school. There’s no shortage of excellent fine-dining restaurants, local eateries and bars in the area to enjoy.

Why avoid Cala Tarida

The beachside accommodation is expensive in this area and some of the bars and dining options reflect that. It’s not off-limits to budget travellers by any means but there’s less affordable accommodation here than other parts of the island.

Where to stay in Cala Tarida

Where to stay in Ibiza Tarida
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Hotel Playasol Cala Tarida

The Hotel Playasol Cala Tarida is just 100 yards from the beach in western Ibiza. It has 3 swimming pools. The rooms in the Hotel Playasol Cala Tarida have air conditioning and satellite TV. They also have balconies; some have sea views. WiFi is available for free in the rooms.

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Can Marcel

Situated in Cala Tarida, Can Marcel features accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi. This beachfront property offers access to a balcony. The holiday home has 3 bedrooms, a living room, and a kitchen with a dishwasher. A flat-screen TV and DVD player are provided.

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Ibiza Royal Villas

Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, barbecue facilities, and a garden, Ibiza Royal Villas offers accommodation in Cala Tarida with free WiFi and sea views. This holiday home features air-conditioned accommodation with a terrace. The holiday home comes with a flat-screen TV and 3 bedrooms. There is a seating area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher, an oven and a microwave.

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