Invisa Figueral Resort

This away-from-it-all place has great views, plenty of pools and a beach on tap.

This place is split into 2 – the clifftop Cala Verde and beach-side Cala Blanca – in quiet Es Figueral. Lots of pools and a clutch of bars and restaurants are divvied up between both places.

A kids’ splash park, adults-only pool and chillout area are 3 of the highlights here. An extra bonus is the free shuttle bus to local towns and markets. And the beach is a 5-minute walk away.

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Based On 590 reviews

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  • 14Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 577Rooms
  • Lifts: 14 but there's not one in all buildings.

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks 10.45-12.45 and 15.45-18.45 in the main restaurant in Cala Blanca and 11.00-18.00 in La Brasserie in Cala Verde.

Drink

Unlimited local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Pirate Island splash park

Interactive splash park for kids. With parasols, sunbeds and towels available for a deposit.

High ropes course*

With the entertainment team.

2 buffet restaurants

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with show cooking.

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twin room

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 4 with a mini-fridge, a flatscreen satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities on request.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child with twin beds and fold-up beds, mini-fridge, a flatscreen satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities on request.

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If you have children, this is it!

Went with my sister and my nieces and the hotel was fab. The staff and entertainment were all excellent and the rooms were nice. Great swimming pool and very clean. We highly recommend it to families.More

Margaret J, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Wow just WOW. And Laura you should be made a director.

Cracking hotel with cracking food. Stayed in worse 5 stars....this is a 3 star. I am sure if in a different location or 2 hotels combined it would be higher. In short BOOK your holiday here it is excellent. We're definitely going back...I never thought I would say that. All staff were excellent but reception stood out. No real queues for beer and lads it's Heineken or estrella. Top notch family holidayMore

michelinadviser,

Amazing hotel

Great hotel for families, so much to do, beautiful beach and stunning views. Great food and lovely staff. The kids never get bored as there's always something going on. Rooms a bit small for families but very clean. More

MissCK22,

Nice family hotel

We spent the last 2 weeks of August at the Cala Verde, this being the smaller hotel of the 2 at this resort (the other being Cala Blanca). We were given a room on the third floor which gave us a nice sea view. It was a standard family room sleeping four (with 2 children aged 8 and 10) however it was on the small side compared to other hotels we have stayed at. This largely being down to the fact there was no separate bedroom or kitchenette for that matter, there was however tea and coffee making facilities and a small fridge in the room. This room would be a squeeze for 4 if the children were teenagers. This for us was the only drawback at the hotel. Although we were there during peak season there was never a sunbed issue, no matter what time of day you arrived at the pool there was always spare beds. For those that were keen there was always plenty going on as the animation team worked tirelessly to ensure adults and children were well entertained. The Sangria and Paella demonstrations are well worth a look. The food was varied and plentiful with the theme repeated each week. There was a choice of 2 places to eat, one being pizza's, hot dogs and chips etc the other being the main buffet restaurant. You can reserve a table at the Cala Blanca but we found this to be much the same as the Cala Verde however the setting was very pleasant overlooking the bay. Neither hotel had an a la carte restaurant which is sometimes found at all inclusive hotels. There was lots going on to keep the children amused including water polo, beach games, night time football, tennis and many more. Also there was a Pirate Island which was great for younger children (toddlers-7). Evening entertainment was the standard thing, mini disco followed by a more adult based show which was always entertaining. The hotel is isolated in that there is no town to stroll around. There is obviously the lovely beach as well as a bar, restaurant and shop selling the usual holiday wares. The hotel runs a coach into Santa Eulalia 3 times a day which you need to book a day in advance.This is well worth doing as there are some lovely restaurants there overlooking the harbour. It also runs a coach to the 2 nearby hippy markets which are worth a visit (we went to the one at Es Cana). A taxi from Santa Eulalia back to the hotel cost in the region of 15 euros and takes between 10 and 15 minutes should choose to stay longer in the resort rather than get the bus back. If you wanted to explore a bit further a field the sea taxi leaves from Es Figueral beach at 9.30 in the morning making it's way down to Ibiza Town stopping at Santa Eulalia and Cala Llonga on the way. Not cheap but well worth the ride. We really liked Ibiza town, there was plenty to do and see and found Ibiza in general a lovely island and one that we would like to revisit. There was a good mix of nationalities there including Spanish, Italian, German and Dutch and English which was never a problem and made for a pleasant atmosphere. The staff were very accommodating and helpful and of course all spoke perfect English. It was our daughter's birthday during our stay and it was no problem ordering a cake, which they did free of charge. You can also hire pool towels (refundable), parasols for the beach and on the beach there are paddle boards and kayaks for hire at reduced rates for guests (4 euros per hour). Access was good all round for buggies and wheelchairs alike although there are plenty of steps around which may not suit the more mature/infirm traveler.More

MrWycker, Cambridge, United Kingdom

JMAZING

Never have I ever done a review while still on hols, But I have to say this resort is JMAZING, Staff so much attention to detail, nothing too much trouble, we are now on our fourth day of a weeks holiday, All inclusive, is all inclusive. The views, setting is stunning. Well worth the 80 minute transfer. Look our for PIER @ the restaurant, so helpful with local knowledge, amazing service, Thankyou PIER for introducing us to your chef. Look out for Jose @ the bar near the adult only pool, he makes a wicked mojito. The animatation team are brilliant, not in your face but always happy to help. Back to sun bathe now. Thankyou everyone for making our holiday so so specialMore

Peter R, Montcaret, Aquitaine, France

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