Insotel Tarida Beach Resort

With a beachfront location, a fantastic pool scene, and tons of sports and activities, these spacious studios are spot on for a family break.

You’ll find the Tarida Beach next to a sandy beach in sleepy Cala Tarida, on Ibiza’s west coast. There are a handful of pools and restaurants, plus loads of kid-friendly activities.

Studios are set in low-rise buildings that lead up a hill from the beach. Each one comes with a kitchenette for whipping up snacks, and some have sea views from the balcony.

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  • 15Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 407Rooms
  • Lifts: 1 to the restaurant only.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board with buffet/set menu lunch or dinner options - number of visits per stay limited. Late Continental breakfast 10.30-11.30. Snacks 10.30-18.00. Ice-cream 10.30-18.00. Biscuits 15.00-17.00.


Unlimited local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.30-24.00. Beer, wine, soft drinks and water with meals. Tea and coffee 10.30-18.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Main outdoor pool

With a kids' section of the main pool.

Buffet restaurant

With show cooking and kids' menu available.

Italian restaurant

Offering pizza and Italian favourites. Reservation required.

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interconnecting studio

Interconnecting studio sleeps up to 4 with daily maid service and towel change, and linen changed 3 times a week. You'll need to book 2 of these rooms types to get 2 rooms with a connecting door.

studio with sea view

Studio with sea view sleeps up to 4 adults with twin beds, sofa-beds, kitchenette, flatscreen satellite TV with limited channels and ceiling fan.

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5th trip to Ibiza, 1st time at Cala Tarida

Having previously visited San Antonio Bay, San Miguel and Cala Llonga, Viv and I were looking forward to our 14 night break in Cala Tarida this September and whilst it didn't disappoint, it didn't quite hit the bull's-eye. Thomson flight from Glasgow was excellent as always and the quick transfer was a bonus. We'd paid extra for a superior room with sea-view and on arrival was allocated room 822. Stepped out onto the balcony to find out we were overlooking the top pool and bar - at 6ft tall I could just about see the sea when stood up, Viv at 4ft 11in had no chance!! We sought out the rep who, to be fair, arranged a new room within 40 minutes. We were moved to 415, overlooking the restaurant entrance with as good a sea view as your going to get here unless you're in the separate block at the front. The room was large and very clean with a small kitchenette including fridge. Large flat screen TV included BBC1, 2 and ITV. The complex is extremely clean and well maintained and the staff are very friendly. The bottom pool is where the daytime entertainment takes place and seemed quite busy. We spent our pool days by the upper pool - we never struggled to find a sun lounger, which whilst OK, are in need of replacing, The beach is lovely and the sea wonderful. 2 sun loungers and a brolley is 27 euros - did it a couple of times and on other days just plonked our towels down and chilled to the sound of "Macedonia fresca, coco fresco" Breakfast was good and there's plenty of different places to eat during the daytime (restaurant, 2 pool snack bars and beach restaurant). There's no shortage of choice and the fresh bread was nice. We ate in the restaurant each night - tried to book the sunset restaurant and Italian and they were both fully booked. Spanish and Gala nights on Tuesday and Friday in the main restaurant, plenty of local cuisine to be had. The drinks were mainly international brands and there were healthy measures, especially at the top pool bar in the evening which resulted in acceptable levels of silliness. Wine freely available, although the white wine was used to sauté the sausages at breakfast - enough said! The World Switch Championships were held during week commencing 20th September and Viv won an epic contest 100 hands to 99. For the smokers amongst you, there's no tabac in Cala Tarida so your best bet is to head to San Antonio. It's 2.70 euros on the bus (5 mins uphill walk to the bus stop) or 17 euros for a taxi and is about 20 minutes away. The complex is geared towards families with many Germans and Italians - travelling in September meant most were very young and at times it looked like a Mamas and Pappas Convention. The introduction of a "lively bunch of Polish" in week 2 raised the noise levels somewhat. As always, there was plenty of stars to spot. Robson Green, Judy Murray, Fred Elliott, I said Fred Elliott, Big Ron Atkinson, Steve Buscemi, Alan Titchmarsh, Bill Oddie and the Vicar of Dibley all had a lovely time! We had a great time, but the resort was just TOO quiet and small things like paying for a safe and no bottled water on AI made it fall short of a 5 star review. Close, but no cigar. Upgrades to the complex were beginning as we left, it'll be interesting to see how they improve it. Hope this helps, bubaye for now Viv n Rick xMore

david s, Stirling, United Kingdom

Excellent value for money

Just returned excellent value there was 14 in our party (no children), rooms spacious, good housekeeping, all the staff where courteous, nothing was ever too much trouble. As it was near the end of the season the swimming pool areas where pleasantly empty so no clambering for sun beds etc., I don't understand why people complain about the restaurant's there was so much choice that the most difficult part was what to choose !!! We all agreed that the entertainment was the weakest part of the holiday definitely needs to improve and would help if some of the entertainment was in English predominantly in German a suggestion would be to have an adults only bar/lounge where adults could enjoy a more grown up area. Overall excellent value especially at the end of the seasonMore

ladybowlers, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Good holiday but came home with salmonella poisoning.

We stayed in the insotel Tarida beach hotel for a week on the 8th September 2014. We arrived in the Middle of the night and when we found our room we were greeted with a leaking roof, the staff at the hotel could not offer us another room as the hotel was full booked. The next day we were glad to find a lovely hotel a little outdated with stunning views of the sea. We had a good week, my 16 month old daughter enjoyed the mini disco although it was all sung in German or Spanish. We had dinner on the day we left for home. All was fine till the morning after we got home. My husband was ill first with diarrhoea and vomiting then followed by my daughter. My daughter was so poorly we had to take her to A&E. When her results came back she had salmonella poisoning. Five weeks on she is still poorly. Her last dinner was from the hotel. I have emailled the hotel on our findings but they have not responded. In conclusion a good holiday but will never be going back again.More

laura b,

It sucks

I stayed at this hotel for 5 night with my partner. The food was so aweful the drinks were aweful and by noooo means a 4 star resort, more like a 2 star. If you have children its okay for that but not for two adults with no children because all you hear a crying babies all over the place. Also they have filter water except you but it of drink as much as you can during the aweful dinner service. You are stuck bating with salt water. Brushing your teeth with salt water and everything else. I just couldn't get use to it.More

Sarlea M,

Not the best of places to stay

We have just returned from two weeks "all inclussive" at the Tarida Beach. Fully agree with previous reviewers timing is everything. Our first impression early evening when we arrived it is not a Hotel it is a complex, and were given a map to find our room and spaced out facilities, no porter to help lift heavy bags to our third floor! Room as pictured in brochure, however concrete construction as was the outside stair well and walkways which were not lit at night or early morn and dangerously slippery when wet! Weather we understood from the staff is changeable in September/October and changeable it was. Coupled with the "Kindergarden" of numerous multi-cultural families the level of screaming at times just un-bearable. Having had a family and grandchildren one knew this complex catered for everyone but couples were very much out numbered. Hiring a car from the local guy proved easier than trying to track down the Rep, and allows you to escape and explore the Island which is small and can be done in 2-3days. Would not bother with the Italian/Mediteranian/Sunset Resturants as the food they offer are also in the main Resturant where choices are many but repetative. There was a stomach bug going around apparently for the last month there and the Doctor was busy. Could cost you £70-90 for injections/pills so you could get out of bed stop being sick and running to the toilet. If you wish to stay on the beach the loungers and a parasol could cost you 9 Euros each per person per day, safes and wi fi extra, safes cost me 32 euros and i was not prepared to pay £30 a week for wi fi. These extras should be at least mentioned by tour operators so you can budget should you wish too. Entertainment team did the best they could with what they had, but after a couple of days for us we sought the quiet area of the upper pool-side bar run by two great guys working 12 hour shifts that gave us more information than anyone-else in resort. In fact the majority of our time was spent around this pool for the atmosphere and friendliness of fellow guests and these guys. The over all cleanliness was good, there was no bottled water in the fridge and could only be gained by plastic cups from various bars up until midnight. Could be bought in the super-market during normal daytime hours, but as all inclussive one does not really expect to do this, surely? Taxis and buses can take you to the Old town Ibiza which is well worth a visit. Buses are not that regular, taxis around 5 Euros each each way, 3 on the bus. San Antonio Bay is an eye opener, and full of night life. Maybe factor these in if you hire a car. The caves at San Miguel are worth a trip especially on rainy days, and you can get them according to the staff weather can change in Ibiza anytime, but more so September/October. If this is to be a Sensatori in 2015 a whole lot of work will have to be done, one thing they can not change is the "mountiaineering" one has to do whilst staying in resort! If you are planning a trip to Ibiza do your research, read all reviews and not just the first few as i did, then you will have a more genuine informed choice. For us we will not return, even if upgraded to five star.More

broganmc, Plymouth, United Kingdom

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