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Vacation rentals in Ibiza

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Pacha Home in Marina Botafoch  Avbb
Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Pacha Home in Marina Botafoch AvbbCentrally located in Botafoch Marine, only 5 minutes away from Ibiza’s port and 1 minute from Talamanca’s beach, you’ll find this bright and spacious apartment perfect for a group of 4. Get ready to feel like a celebrity by staying at the VIP area of Ibiza, within walking distance to famous nightclubs.

Beautiful loft in the center of Ibiza overlooking the castle.
Entire loft · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Beautiful loft in the center of Ibiza overlooking the castle.The apartment consists of a double bed, bathroom, outdoor kitchen and a large terrace. You have access through the main house courtyard. It is just a 5-minute walk from shops and restaurants. There is a public car park right in front of the house. There is a beach a 3 min walk away.

Double Big Room Marina Botafoc.
Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 shared bath

Double Big Room Marina Botafoc.Comfortable Room in the great area of Marina Botafoc with a big double bed in a full equiped apartment close to all the best restaurants, Hotels, markets and clubs and also walking distance from the downtown and the beach of Talamanca with all kind of amenities nearby. Its also not far from the airport.

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Popular amenities for Ibiza vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Ibiza

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Nice place up to 4 with swimming pool
$186 per night
  1. Private room
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Bright and private room in histórical penthouse
$135 per night
  1. Private room
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$58 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
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2 C, Beautiful apartment in Ibiza, Marina-Puerto
$178 per night
  1. Private room
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ibiza 2021
$104 per night
  1. Private room
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Cupid Cosy Room - Ibiza town
$109 per night
  1. Private room
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$93 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Eivissa
Ibiza PORT Style Red
$118 per night
  1. Private room
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B&B Vibrant & Colourful Room in the heart of Ibiza
$120 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Eivissa
Private room in the center of Ibiza
$61 per night
  1. Private room
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$108 per night
  1. Private room
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Doble room with amazing sea view !
$103 per night

Top-rated things to do in Ibiza

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  • Paddle along the wildest part of Ibiza
    Discover the wildest and most natural side of the island in paddle surf. Escape the massified or commercially known places making it a unique and relaxing experience where you can dive into sea caves, swim in the best crystalline waters and enjoy cliffs and secret corners of our coast. We will leave from our store and meeting point moving with our vans and trailers looking for the best secret places and with the calmest waters of the island. No previous experience is required, just know how to swim. Are you in? ¡¡IMPORTANT!! TRIP IS AROUND 2 HOURS. INCLUDING TRANSPORT, LESSON, TRIP ETC...CAN BE 3.30HOURS - 4HOURS TOTAL. GROUPS CAN BE BIGGER THAN 10 PEOPLE Other things to note -No previous experience is needed. -Our monitors are certified lifeguards. -The activities last approximately two hours.
    From Price:$54 / person
  • Kayak and snorkel in paradise. 3H
    Get ready to discover some of the most amazing natural treasures of Ibiza. The trip begins with some tips and guidance how best to use the paddle and the craft, and there's a chance to practice near the shore before heading out, once you're confident. The trip will include some rest stops, including the chance to swim and snorkel if you wish. I'll be on hand to answer questions and share knowledge with you throughout the trip. This is a gorgeous place and we are sure you'll have a really nice time. Other things to note I will confirm the experience the day before depending on the weather and the group and. Will be in touch as soon as possible if its necessary.
    From Price:$60 / person
  • Explore Formentera by Sailboat
    We will enjoy the island of Formentera with my classic sailing boat that can accomodate a maximux of 6 person for a more intimate experience. We meet at Cala Jondal on the beach at 10:30 and from here we sail approx. 1 hour and half to Formentera where you will fall in love of its crystaline and pristine waters. We do the first stop in Espalmador Island and second stop in the fantastic beach of Ses Illetes. In every stop I can take you to the shore with the dinghy and explore the place by foot. You can also use the paddle board and the snorkeling gear. During the day I will give you snacks and drinks (water, coffee, tea, beer or wine). You are welcome to bring your own food for lunch or you can go to the shore in one of the restaurants on the beach of Ses Illetes. At around 17:00we sail back to Ibiza and we will be back at around 18:30. Other things to note : All the tours depend on the weather for the day. Private tour available, ask me for info.
    From Price:$148 / person
  • Catamaran Sail to Formentera Beaches
    We will meet at 11:00 in Cala Jondal. In the pontoon of "es xarcu" restaurant. It is in the south of Ibiza and we will sail with a huge 12 metres catamaran (lagoon 380) to Formentera. After 1,5 hours of sailing we will anchor in Espalmador and we will go with the auxiliar boat to take a walk in this amazing beach. After about one hour in paradise we will sail to Illetes (15 minuts sailing). Illetes is the most famouse beach of Formentera. Some says that it's the 7th best beach in the world. We will anchor there and we will go to eat to one of it's beach restaurants at 15:30/16:00. For me the best is "El Pirata" (30-60€/pers) typical mediterranean food in a so nice ambient. If you want you can stay and eat in the boat (not included). After eating we will sail to the north of Formentera (Punta Alta) and after the last bath of the day we will sail back to Cala Jondal to get there at 19:00. We have paddle surf and snorkel equipment onboard so you can use them for free. Eating or drinking is not included but you can bring them and use the boat's freezer to keep them cold. If you book all the boat (10 persons) we can go where ever you want. The boat is up to 12 people plus the skipper and it's not possible to be more. Depending on weather conditions we can change the meeting point and the route. See you in Ibiza!
    From Price:$119 / person
  • Explore Ibiza old town by day/night
    Cultural visit by day or by night to THE OLD TOWN OF IBIZA (Dalt Vila), which is Unesco world heritage, together with the fortification walls. We will visit historical sites like the cathedral square with its great views to the city & port, where we will reach at the end with its yachts and tiny roads full of boutiques and restaurants, with an official IBIZA TOUR GUIDE speaking English, Spanish, German & Italian. Registration Nr. GT-0094-E. Other things to note Duration 2 hours from 11 to 13 am, or fom 5 to 7 pm. Reservation possible with one day of advance. If you come by car make sure you come with enough advance since finding a parking can be very difficult. PLEASE BOOK DIRECTLY, BECAUSE IF YOU WRITE MESSAGES, I MIGHT MISS THEM, IF YOU DO A STRAIGHT BOOKING I WILL GET A CONFIRMATION, AND YOU AS WELL, MANY THANKS !!! WARM REGARDS, INDERJEET
    From Price:$42 / person

Your guide to Ibiza

Welcome to Ibiza

This gorgeous little island in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain has lived a few lives. For centuries various peoples, including the Roman Empire, have swept in to conquer and claim it. In the 1960s and ’70s, bohemians discovered its perfect shores and helped give the island a reputation as a freewheeling place. Today many know it as a glossy destination for the college set and celebrities, where thriving clubs pulse with electronic music and in the summer a who’s-who of DJs descend on the island. But wander outside the hubs of Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni and you’ll discover Ibiza has a restful side, too. This pine-dotted island features swimming coves, secluded hillside villages, and intriguing historical sites, including some of the only surviving Renaissance-era fortified walls in existence, which have been granted UNESCO World Heritage Status. Despite its small size, Ibiza can feel like many vacations in one: You can pack in with the revelers at a nightclub one day and find yourself nearly alone on a sandy beach the next.

How do I get around Ibiza?

Fly into Ibiza Airport (IBZ), located on the southern side of the island, or hop a ferry from Spain. Boats depart from several ports, including year-round from Barcelona and Valencia. Once you’re on Ibiza, the Ibiza Bus public transport network, along with taxis, are your best bet for getting around the island. During high season, the Discobus runs all night, connecting popular nightlife destinations.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ibiza?

Summer is high season on Ibiza, when yachts dock at the harbor, the streets of Ibiza Town are busy with fun seekers, and the beaches are humming with activity. Thanks to the Mediterranean climate, extreme temperatures are uncommon, and the weather is mild year round. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall are more sedate than summer, crowd-wise. In the winter it is cooler, but not chilly. However, some businesses may close down for the season, so expect a more low-key vibe than other times of the year.

What are the top things to do in Ibiza?

Dalt Vila

Dalt Vila was first settled by the Phoenicians, and later by succeeding waves of invaders. The city’s cobblestone streets, stone mansions, and — mostly notably — its rare, imposing 16th-century fortified walls make it an important piece of ancient history. It is perhaps a bit counterintuitive that this historical place is home to the small but mighty Ibiza Contemporary Art Museum. Modern art hangs on the walls above a glass floor that showcases archaeological artefacts.


Nope, not that Stonehenge, although this quirky art installation takes its inspiration from that prehistoric monument in England. Paid for by the billionaire who founded Cirque du Soleil, this large-scale public work comprises 13 basalt columns that weigh 420 tons each, plunked atop a cliff. If the art doesn’t impress you, the view will.

Go Beach Hopping

If you’re on Ibiza, you probably came for the beaches — and you have your pick of vibes. Join the crowds on popular Platja de Ses Salines, a sandy curve of coast whose placid waters are dotted with sailboats. Head over to Sa Caleta, a cliffside cove, for a more secluded feel and to view 7th-century ruins. Cala Xarraca, with its calm, clear waters, is an ideal snorkeling spot with a natural mud bath nearby.

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