A holiday apartment or house on Ibiza
On the Balearic Island Ibiza atraveo has more than 290 holiday houses and more than 70 holiday apartments. Only a hundred kilometres away from the Spanish mainland you can enjoy mild island climate on Ibiza as well as the many offers the island can give you. With fewer tourists than neighbouring Majorca Ibiza has the right ingredients for recuperation and fun: Blue sea, large choice of beautiful beaches, lush green hinterland that is scarcely populated and lovely pine forests as well as the urban and exclusive club scene of Ibiza-Town/Eivissa and Sant Antoni. The small island of Formentera is connected with a ferry service and has a splendid 20 kilometre long beach surrounded by untouched nature.
The holiday home offer on Ibiza
Around 40 holiday domiciles that you can book with atraveo on Ibiza are just a couple of hundred metres away from the beach and are situated in a small bay on the island also known as Calas. Most of the holiday homes provide an own pool so that bathing fun is always guaranteed as far as your accommodation is in the idyllic hinterland. Maybe you would prefer to stay in a holiday residence that offers all comforts or in an apartment house directly at the beach. Or opt for a house in a secluded location such as for example on a hill top or slope with lovely panoramic views across the island landscape. Here it will be more peaceful than in the coastal resorts but the sea is never far away. With atraveo you will find many detached houses, idyllic Casas under pine trees with lots of privacy as well as renovated fincas with pools and garden or luxurious holiday apartments with sea view, generous bathrooms and fireplaces in exclusive holiday complexes. Alternatively you can choose a luxurious villa in typical Ibiza style with whitewashed walls. Directly in Ibiza-Town you will find a number of holiday apartments in the historical centre which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and can mingle with the locals.
Nature, culture and nightlife on Ibiza
You should not miss out visiting Ibiza-Town when staying on the island. The historical centre Dalt Vila is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fortress walls are very worthwhile seeing and especially offer a lovely view of the island. Annually on the second weekend in May the medieval festival Eivissa in Dalt Vila takes place. The medieval markets with many performers and musicians provide for a great atmosphere.The other two towns on island Sant Antoni and Santa Eularia have also there appeal.
Many old fortified towers around the island such as the Torre del Pirata on the south-western part of Ibiza or the Torre de ses Portes offer great viewpoints and are very popular day trips for example during the course of a cycling or hiking trip.
A further highlight is a visit of the marshland at Ses Selines. In this region one will not only find a lovely beach but there is also a nature reserve with an impressive diversity of birds and plants which include flamingos, ospreys and even falcons.
A further legendary trip is Sant Carles de Peralta. In the 1970s this place was the centre of the Hippie movement and from this time still the Bar Anita's exists. Here and at the Hippie market that takes place every Saturday the atmosphere of past time remains alive.
Possibly the colourful and fascinating nightlife which takes place nowadays on Ibiza has its roots in the Hippie era. In Ibiza-Town one can for example find the world famous nighclub Pacha and Privelige near Sant Rafel has entered the Guinness Book of Records being the world’s largest disco whilst the Amnesia has several times been awarded the “Best Global Club” giving it the right to claim it is the best nightclub on the globe.