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Ibiza Hotels Ibiza is an island of contrasts, from areas where the party never stops, to small, winding streets full of quaint restaurants, there’s a place to suit every kind of tourist. The clubs are legendary, with pounding music, bright lights, and even foam parties going on until dawn, with the parties often moving to the pools and beaches. However, there are also plenty of quiet resorts full of the traditional white buildings and golden sandy beaches that make Ibiza such a paradise. Figueretas Beach is a sandy beach with sparkling turquoise waters and palm trees, and along the beachfront you’ll find many stylish hotels and apartments. There’s also a palm-tree lined promenade which is host to several bars and restaurants, many of which have tables outside so you can enjoy a glass of wine while looking out at the ocean. Figueretas is also an interesting small town to explore, with arts and crafts stalls lining the streets, quirky gift shops, and laidback bars. The Port of Ibiza is surrounded by the traditional white houses the island is famous for, and you’ll see fishing boats, yachts, and cruise ships pulling in to spend time here. It’s a historic area with Roman, Arabic, and Catalan influenced architectural styles, and plenty of museums and cultural events to keep you entertained. A short walk from the port you’ll also find Ibiza Castle which sits atop a hill overlooking the bay. Here you’ll get an excellent view of Ibiza Town, and can explore the small, hilly streets that lead up to the castle, with cozy restaurants and bars that are lit up at night. Close to Ibiza Town there’s also the popular Talamanca Beach which is a long, family-friendly stretch of shore with shallow waters where you can paddle, play games, and hire small boats. Hotels in Ibiza A lot of visitors to the island are looking for cheap Ibiza hotels, and there are lots of budget apartments and guesthouses close to the beach. Rooms often have air-conditioning, with extra amenities such as balconies, satellite television, kitchenettes, bathtubs, bidets, and sofa beds. Most hotels also have plenty of extra features to help you make the most of your stay, and these could include outdoor pools, children’s pools, restaurants, bars, concierge services, currency exchanges, and game rooms. Where to stay Ibiza has several areas that are lively and full of clubbers, as well as quieter beach resorts that are perfect for families. San Antonio is known as the clubbing capital of the world, with the narrow streets lit by neon at night, and promoters trying to tempt you into the wide range of clubs. Many of the resorts here cater to the younger crowd, and you’ll often find parties on the beach and around the pool even during daylight hours. Areas such as Playa d’en Bossa are quieter, yet still have some great upmarket resorts, and the unspoiled beaches and traditional white houses make this a charming and quaint area. How to get to Ibiza Ibiza Airport is 5 miles southwest of Ibiza Town, with dozens of flights arriving from around Europe on a daily basis. From the terminal there are lots of private shuttles for the hotels and resorts, as well as plenty of taxis that can be booked in advance or picked up from the rank. There are also rental cars and mopeds available, and you can drive the length of the island in less than an hour. There’s also a public bus service that runs from outside the airport to the major resorts on the island, giving you a cheap way to get around.
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