The island of Ibiza is the party capital of the world. But, there are a whole host of things to do and see if you don't party, or want to do something different.
When you arrive at the airport in Ibiza (in Catalan it's called Eivissa), your clicktransfers.com transport will be there to collect you and drive in comfort and stress free to your accommodation. No standing in a long queue waiting for a taxi, and the queues in the holiday periods can be very long indeed, which is not a good way to start your well earned holiday. No matter what time of the day or night you arrive at the airport, clicktransfers.com transport service will be there to meet you.
Ibiza is a relatively small island, so if you hire a car during your stay, then all the beautiful beaches are within an hours drive. Also, you could reach many of the beaches by the local bus.
The famous Hippy Markets have venues all over the Ibiza. Don't miss the one in Las Dalias, near San Carlos, on Saturdays from 11am. Check at the tourist offices for dates, times and locations of other markets.
Apart from the wonderful beaches, there are plenty of activities for families with children, such as bowling, boat trips, paintballing and a twister jet.
Ibiza Town (known in Catalan as Eivissa) has a vast array of shops selling everything you may need or want. Most of the shops in the old town are open until late evening, and from June to September, some of the shops are open until after midnight. After 9pm, street vendors turn the port area into a small hippy market, selling jewellery, souvenirs, clothes, trinkets, etc. And once you've exhausted the shops, there are no lack of bars and restaurants to enjoy.
During the day, take time to visit the old steep cobbled streets in the old town, then the Dalt Vila (meaning 'high town') walk over the drawbridge and through the Portal de Ses Taules to the cobbled courtyard to the Plaza de Vila (main square). From the battlements, admire the views over the town and the bay. Of course, there are many other historical sights to see in Ibiza Town, so pick up some leaflets at the tourist offices and make your choice.
One of Ibiza's most famous landmarks are the salt flats (La Salinas). They are located outside Ibiza town, not far from the airport. The salt lakes sparkle in the sun, so if you are there in the evening, take your camera so that you can capture the beautiful sunsets.
Just a 15 minute walk from Ibiza Town is Talamanca. Stroll along the promenade, lined with bars and restaurants. It is a quiet resort, good for families with children, and has a sandy beach. The Aqualandia Water Park is quite close.
San Antonio is the resort that most people have heard about. Lots of nightclubs, and a chance to try your hand at go-karting, but not much in the way of beaches. Probably the best beach is in San Antonio bay. Some magnificent sunsets are to be seen here. They can truly take your breath away.
The other main clubbing resort on Ibiza is Playa d'en Bossa. It has a hectic nightlife, so may not suit everyone. However, the beach is 2km long with shallow waters and safe for young children. Windsurfers will also enjoy the waves when the wind blows from the south.
Right at the northern tip of Ibiza is Portinatx. It boasts three beautiful beaches with shallow clear water. Good for snorkelling, or diving and safe for children. Take a trip in a glass bottom boat and find out how the marine fish spend their day under the sea. Nice restaurants and shops, and also a nightlife.
Wherever you stay in Ibiza, take some time out to explore the island. There is so much to see and do. But when your holiday is over, a clicktransfers.com airport transfer will collect you from your accommodation and take you direct to the airport. A perfect way to end a great holiday.