Ibiza villas to rent
Whether it comes to the glamorous nightclubs of the south or the un-spoilt pine forests of the north, Ibiza has plenty to offer discerning travellers, from seasoned partygoers to families with young children. Whatever your budget and tastes, Ibiza Summer Villas will help you find the villa in Ibiza that is right for you, ensuring your stay on the island is not only memorable but relaxing and hassle-free.
With a large portfolio of villa rentals in Ibiza, including luxurious party-pads and tranquil countryside retreats, we endeavor to provide our clients with high-quality accommodation that will meet their specific needs. Regularly inspected and maintained, all of our properties feature a swimming pool as standard, whilst many offer air-conditioning, laundry facilities, private parking, Jacuzzis and complimentary Wi-fi. On top of this, our concierge service allows guests to reserve additional extras such as airport transfers, babysitting and private catering, and we are always on hand for any assistance during your stay.
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Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea, 150 kilometres off the coast of Valencia in eastern Spain. It is the third largest of the Balearic island archipelago, which also includes Palma de Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera among other smaller islands.
Ibiza is an island of contrasts, where traditional lifestyles co-exist harmoniously with a cosmopolitan setting. Ibiza’s stunning coastline competes in beauty with the rural landscapes of the island’s interior. A thriving party scene orbits tranquil island life, and world-class gastronomy is offered alongside simple classic fare. It’s this variety that continues to attract tourists from around the world each season.
Main Attractions in Ibiza
Be it the super clubs, beach bars, boat parties or San Antonio’s bustling ‘West End’, Ibiza isn’t short of options to let loose and party. Ibiza has long held the crown as Europe’s summer party capital. Every season, many of the worlds top DJ’s including David Guetta, Carl Cox and Tiesto, perform at Ibiza’s clubs and party people from all over the world visit the island for it’s electronic music scene.
As well as Ibiza’s iconic international super clubs including Pacha, Space and Amnesia, the last several years has seen an emergence of daylight open-air clubbing with the opening of venues such as Destino and Ushuaia near Ibiza Town and Ocean Beach in San Antonio.
Ibiza’s 210-kilometre coastline is a wild discovery of hidden pebbled coves and beautiful sandy beaches, dotted between rocky outcrops and lofty pine-covered cliffs. With long sunny days and water temperatures around 26°C in peak season, Ibiza’s beaches are one of it’s major draw cards.
The waters are usually calm which makes the island a great beach holiday choice for families with young children. Many beaches also offer watersports for the more active holidaymaker and sun loungers and umbrellas for those that want to just relax.
Despite common belief that there are no quiet beaches in Ibiza during summer, there are actually many off-the-beaten-path swimming spots to discover if you’re willing to search a little harder. Try seeking out Es Portixol, Es Pou des Lleo or Cala Xucla.
History and Culture
In 1999, Ibiza was declared World Heritage by UNESCO due in part to it’s considerable, well-preserved vestiges of the island’s long and significant history.
Ibiza’s most famous historical landmark is the fortress of D’alt Vila (literally translated as Upper Town), which dominates the Ibiza Town skyline. A wander through the cobblestoned alleys of this famous attraction will take you through Ibiza’s history of invasions and also spoil you with fantastic Ibiza Town views from the top ramparts. Other intriguing Ibiza cultural sites include the 16th century defense towers dotted along Ibiza’s coastline and the Necropolis of Puig des Molins, one of Europe’s best-preserved Phoenician burial sites.
Over the last decade, Ibiza’s restaurant scene has exploded, attracting some of the world’s top chefs and foodies alike. All tastes are catered for from international dishes to traditional Spanish tapas, with options for high-class fine dining to toes-in-the-sand chiringuitos.
The amount of dining options can be overwhelming, so please feel free to ask us at Ibiza Summer Villas for our recommendations. We know the Ibiza food scene well! Some of our favourites include La Paloma in San Lorenzo for a fresh and healthy lunch, La Bodega in Ibiza Town for great tapas and Hostel La Torre in San Antonio for a sunset dining experience.
Ibiza is an ideal destination for holidaymakers who like to be active during their time off. For walkers, the island has many trails for all levels of fitness and you can opt to follow the marked routes yourself or join a guided walking tour. Mountain bike riders are also spoilt for trail choices. Road cycling is also popular during the quieter months when the roads are not so busy.
High adrenaline watersports such as wind surfing, water skiing and jet-skiing can be found in many of the more popular Ibiza beaches, as well as kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, diving and snorkeling. These activities usually don’t require an advanced booking and are offered from vendors on the beaches.
Ibiza has it’s own style when it comes to fashion and shopping, with plenty to satisfy the most enthusiastic shoppers. From bustling hippy markets, to eclectic boutiques and high-end designer stores, the island is becoming known for its retail offerings. Some of the best places to pick up something special for yourself or someone back home include the maze of boutiques around the base of D’alt Vila, the Saturday hippy markets of Las Dalias and the upscale stores along the luxurious Marina Botafoch.
Ibiza’s sister island, Formentera, is just two nautical miles from the south of Ibiza and boasts crystalline waters, pretty pueblos and a deep laid-back vibe. With regular ferries from Ibiza, this beautiful Mediterranean outpost makes for a great day trip.
These are just some of the many top attractions in Ibiza.
Different Times of the Year
Ibiza has two distinct seasons, typically termed as the summer (May – October) and the winter (November – April). At the end of April, the island emerges from hibernation and readies itself for the summer. Whilst any month during summer is a great time to visit Ibiza, each month offers something slightly different. Why not spend an Ibiza Christmas on our beautiful island for a different experience.
Ibiza in May and June
Medieval Festival and many of the clubs opening parties.
Ibiza in July and August
Average temperatures in May and June are 18°C - 22°C with sea temperatures averaging 18°C - 21°C. The island is green and fresh from the winter, and many of the locals have a skip in their step after a restful winter. This is a popular time for families to visit the island, as the heat isn’t as strong and the crowds are less. There are also many events throughout May and June including the International Music Summit, the Ibiza Medieval Festival and many of the clubs opening parties.
Ibiza in July and August
Average temperatures in July and August hover around 26°C with sea temperatures averaging 24°C - 26°C. This is the hottest and busiest time of year in Ibiza, and for many it’s the most fun with the island’s clubbing scene in full swing. You are guaranteed long sunny summer days and warm waters.
Ibiza in September and October
Average temperatures in September and October range between 21°C - 24°C with sea temperatures averaging 22°C - 25°C. The crowds start to disperse towards the end of September, with many of the clubs hosting their famous closing parties. October is a very popular time for families to visit the island, due to the warm weather, slower pace and lower accommodation prices.
Ibiza November to April
Ibiza is quiet during the off-season, November–April, however a growing number of tourists are choosing to take advantage of this and visit the island for a peaceful break. While most of the large hotels and many of the clubs and bars in Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio are closed for the winter, both Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia still have a steady flow of activity.
Ibiza Summer Villas does not rent villas through the winter months, however we are still in the office working and are happy to point you in the right direction should you wish to visit the island off season. Please contact us for more information on Ibiza in winter.
Accommodation Options in Ibiza
Ibiza offers plenty of accommodation options to suit all budgets and type of holidaymaker.
One of the most popular ways to holiday in Ibiza is with a private villa rental. Often large groups of friends or family choose to rent a villa to enjoy more privacy, a lower cost per head, a private pool and more space. It’s very important to use a reputable villa rental agency when booking a villa in Ibiza. At Ibiza Summer Villas, we have a large range of private villas in Ibiza Town, Playa d’en Bossa, San Antonio and other parts of the island. We also have a reputable track record on TripAdvisor and welcome back many happy clients each season. Most villas in Ibiza require a minimum one-week stay, however we do have flexible options in our portfolio.
If a hotel or apartment is more your style, there are many 2, 3, 4 and 5 star hotels and resorts in Ibiza, predominantly in the main towns of Ibiza Town (including Playa d’en Bossa), San Antonio and Santa Eulalia. There are also a large number of private apartment rentals on offer and again, we encourage holidaymakers to use reputable and verified agents or owners when booking these.
Its important to also keep in mind that being such a popular holiday destination, accommodation in Ibiza does get booked quite quickly. It’s not unusual for some of the best hotels and best villas in Ibiza to be fully booked four-six months prior to the season starting. So get in quick!
Where to Stay
For those who wish to sample Ibiza’s world-famous nightlife, we offer a range of villas in the Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa area, sleeping anything from four to sixteen people. Located within a short distance of all the main restaurants and clubs, including the likes of Pacha and Space, the properties in this area serve as an ideal base from which to explore Ibiza’s thriving party scene whilst brushing shoulders with A-list celebrities. The historically-rich D’alt Vila is also close at hand, enabling visitors to enjoy a spot of cultural sightseeing as they wait for the nighttime hotspots to open their doors.
By contrast, one of the best spots for families, as well as travellers in search of a more laid-back holiday, is the area around Santa Eulalia on the east coast. Offering easy access to a number of Ibiza’s finest beaches, amongst them those of Cala Llonga and Cala San Vicente, our handpicked selection of villas in this area can accommodate small groups of four to eight, as well as larger parties of up to twenty people, making them the perfect choice for a family get-together. The vibrant hippy markets of San Carlos and Es Caná are also just a short drive from our Santa Eulalia rental villas, as is the peace and tranquility of the pine forests in the north of the island.
If you are looking for a taste of authentic Ibiza, away from all the hustle and bustle of the big tourist resorts, the charming towns of San José and San Agustin in the west and San Juan in the north should be just the ticket. These pueblos offer visitors a chance to experience the Ibizan lifestyle at a more leisurely pace, with fine examples of traditional architecture and freshly prepared local cuisine. Our private Ibiza rentals in these picturesque areas are ideally located for those wishing to get off the beaten track.
How to Get To Ibiza
You can travel to Ibiza by either plane or boat. Ibiza’s international airport is located in the south of the island, a 10-minute drive from Ibiza Town. Several airlines operate direct flights from the Spanish peninsular and Europe.
There are three main ferry ports in Ibiza, the ports of Ibiza Town, Santa Eulalia and San Antonio, with regular sea crossings from Barcelona, Valencia, Dénia and Palma de Mallorca. For travel advice, please contact us.
Getting Around Ibiza
At Ibiza Summer Villas, we encourage our clients to hire a car during at least part of their Ibiza holiday as there is so much to discover on the island. If you wish to avoid car hire however, Ibiza has a reliable bus service with regular routes between all major resorts as well as a taxi company operating all across the island. Scooter hire is also an option. Please ask us for more details.
Whatever your budget, the size of your party and type of Ibiza holiday you are after, our personal service, large portfolio of villas in Ibiza and extensive local knowledge will help guarantee an enjoyable Ibiza vacation. Please get in touch with us at Ibiza Summer Villas today.