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Sant Josep De Sa Talaia, Ibiza
4.9 3 Reviews
Santa Eulalia del Río, Ibiza
4.6 6 Reviews
Sant Joan De Labritja, Ibiza
5.0 1 Reviews
4.8 18 Reviews
5.0 40 Reviews
4.6 9 Reviews
4.1 478 Reviews
4.8 64 Reviews
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4.4 220 Reviews
4.4 8 Reviews
Price per night
February : £361
Price in January
Type of accommodation
4 Bedrooms, 210m²
Price per week
October : £362
A holiday rental in Ibiza is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Ibiza is £360.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Ibiza, you have to pay on average £2 521 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £2 532 and £2 528 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Ibiza are less expensive in October: £362 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 2% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 3% (£361 per night) in 02, which is the most expensive month to live in Ibiza.
On average, rentals in Ibiza can accommodate 8 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 210 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Ibiza is £1 045 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £7 315.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Ibiza costs on average £671, for Friday and Saturday nights.
50% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £361 per night.
When looking for accommodation in the Balearic islands, look no further than the White Isle, otherwise known as Ibiza. For your next holiday to Ibiza, book accommodation and rent a villa or hotel with Likibu. Visit the island to experience everything from its infamous night life, beautiful beaches and hippy markets . Villas, hotels and apartments in Ibiza provide you with the perfect base to explore Ibiza and experience all that the White Isle has to offer.
4.9 4 Reviews
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Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza
4.4 10 Reviews
Visiting for a clubbing filled holiday spent partying all night and sleeping on the beach all day? Short term apartments and hotels in Ibiza's San Antonio bay are at a stone's throw away from the popular bars and clubs, right on the beach near the famous Café Mambo, the perfect spot for sunset drinks. Looking for somewhere that has the buzz of Ibiza but close by to amazing restaurants on cobbled streets and bars down by the trendy Marina? Check out our apartments and hotels in Ibiza Town. Looking for somewhere a bit quieter to relax and top up your tan and to enjoy the laid-back vibe of Ibiza? Likibu have a wide range of luxury villas in Ibiza with private pools, perfect for a tranquil escape or a group getaway.
Ibiza has sun all year round and rains for only an average of 38 days a year. In the high season of June to September, you can expect the temperature to fall around 26-30 degrees with it not getting too much cooler at night. With guaranteed warm and sunny temperatures in the summer months, renting holiday accommodation in Ibiza is a great opportunity to escape to a warmer climate for your summer holiday. The warmth does carry on through autumn and with the end of the season ending in mid-September, the crowds dying down makes Ibiza a nice place to escape to as it gets a little colder in the UK. In the winter months Ibiza can become rainier and windier and the days a lot shorter.
Ibiza is the number one party destination for Brits so there are flights in and out of the island from most UK airports daily during the summer high season. Low cost airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet fly to Ibiza airport from across the UK for as little as £43 in around two and a half hours. If you are already visiting mainland Spain, then it could be a good idea to visit Ibiza at the end of your trip, as you can reach the island by ferry in around 3 hours from a holiday rental in Valenica , while a holiday apartment in Majorca is a 4 hour ferry ride away.
The airport in Ibiza is on the South East of the Island and is easily accessible from all of the main holiday destinations. There are bus links from the airport to the town and port and many hotels in Ibiza offer transfer shuttle services. If you're opting for a villa in Ibiza in a more rural area we'd advise you to hire a car to allow you to get around and explore the island to its best potential.
Places to stay in Ibiza
Think exclusive cocktail bars, indie boutiques and timeless streets which are filled with street art and tropical flowers. The quaint and crumbling structures of Ibiza Town will make the islands party scene feel like a distant buzz, as visitors flock to this area to immerse themselves in a vibrant artistic hive which is undeniably beautiful, and undoubtedly Spanish! Choose an apartment in the walls of this castle community, and experience the rich culture and cuisine which this island has to offer.
If you are coming to Ibiza to enjoy its globally renowned nightlife scene, look no further than San Antonio. The resort which is crammed with affordable bars and clubs is favourite among party-goers from across the world attracts visitors in their masses for many reasons, from its long stretch of sandy shores to the strip which stays alive even when the sun rises above the Balearic. Choose an affordable holiday villa in the heart of this buzzing beach resort where you can re-charge before nightfalls on this neighbourhood once more. #### Es Canar
The bayside area of Es Canar is a happy medium between Ibiza’s bustling party neighbourhoods and its peaceful resorts, as this small but charismatic resort is offers everything you could want from a beach town in Ibiza. Built around the shores which are a favourite among snorkelers, Es Canar’s palm tree kissed boulevard is where you can find the famous Hippy Market, along with waterfront coffee shops and beach clubs. Rent a room with a view of Es Canar’s beach, and discover why Ibiza is called the ‘White Island’.
Ibiza is a beautiful island, full of natural breath-taking sights. If you fancy taking a bit of a hike, make the trip to the Es Vedra viewpoint which is signposted ‘Torre des Savinar' and is reached by turning off 1km southeast of Cala d'Hort and walking 10 minutes up to the edge. Es Vedra is a small island which has many interesting myths and stories attached to it and is a great spot to take in the crystal-clear waters and makes for a perfect photo opportunity backdrop. Book an apartment with a view to see the Es Vedra viewpoint from below.
Another must-see is the Old Town of Ibiza. Whether you're staying in accommodation in Ibiza Town or a beach front appartment, visiting the Old Town on the Island is essential. With the cobbled streets and pretty white houses, Ibiza Town is the perfect place to pick up souvenirs in the Hippy Market, get lost in its winding alleyways or have an evening drink down by the harbour. Dalt Villa which rests at the top of the Old Town is an old fortified citadel and is definitely worth a trip with many beautiful restaurants lying inside the walls as well as a great view over the port, especially at night.
If you want to leave your sunbed and explore the Island some more, there are plenty of great fun activities suitable for all visitors and at any budget. For any adrenaline junkies, you can hire quad bikes to go on and off road to discover the best beaches and hidden corners of the island. Another great day activity suitable for all is taking the boat trip from Ibiza Town to Formentera, a small sister island to Ibiza offering great snorkelling and swimming on its dazzling and quieter coastline.
Eating and drinking are also a big part of Ibizan culture. Try the Spanish and Mediterranean delicacies of sangria, paella, tapas and the traditional liquor, Hierbas ibicencas. If you're a fan of seafood, it's definitely worth sampling some of the delicious fresh fish caught in the Mediterranean Sea and brought back to the Island.
Of course, Ibiza is renowned for being the party island with world famous bars and clubs hosting the biggest DJs and artists every summer. To name a few, Pacha is the original Ibiza club, Ushuaia is a spectacular open-air venue and party hotel, Amnesia is an iconic clubbing space with a purposely designed glass roof that fills the club with light as the sun comes up in the early hours. If this sounds like your idea of an Ibizan holiday, check out our selection of party hotels and apartments in Ibiza.
If you want to venture away from your hotel, apartment or villa in Ibiza to relax on the white sands, the Island has plenty of amazing beaches to offer. Cala Llonga is the best beach for families, providing soft sands and shallow, safe waters for kids to splash around in. Cala Bassa is a great one for the party goers who are staying in a hotel or apartment in San Antonio with a direct bus route to drop you off for a day of catching the rays. Alternatively check out our selection of Ibiza beach-front apartments and hotels so you don't have to go far to feel the sand between your toes.