By night, Ibiza holidays spell party with a capital P. But, come daytime, relax by picture-perfect beaches and villages.
Party vibes and island life
Let’s be real – you’ll likely be considering Ibiza thanks to its world-renowned party scene and reputation as an international DJ hotspot. Playa d’en Bossa is the main hub of the town – think beach clubs, pool parties and all-night clubs along the neon-lit strip. Ushuaia is one of the most famous club spots, with big-name DJ sets throughout the week, while Hi Ibiza labels itself “the most technologically advanced club on the planet.”
Serene to snappy
Spain's White Island has a knack of coming up trumps for holidaymakers, no matter what sort of break you're after. San Antonio’s the party animal of the Balearic Islands, while at the peaceful end of the scale, you’ve got villa-studded villages like Cala Tarida, where the sunsets are eye-poppingly good.
Think of Ibiza’s landscape as a melt-in-the-middle dessert. What you see at first glance are the beaches and bars that cling to the coastline. But when you get to the centre, there’s a surprise in store. Away from the celeb DJs and neon lights, the island's natural side makes a play for your attention. Pine-cloaked countryside, hill-framed lakes and an arty version of Stonehenge are all in the offing, if you need a break from the all-night parties and pints.