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City of origin - Ibiza

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Fly to Ibiza. Arrival and rental car pick-up. For the rest of the day, you are free free to explore the city of Ibiza, where you will love strolling through its old town, known as Dalt Vila, located on a promontory overlooking the port, with magnificent views. From below it is also beautiful, especially at night, the image of this hill full of little houses, protected by a Renaissance wall with five gates. You can enter through the main one, known as "Portal de ses Taules", where you will access the Patio de Armas, behind which is Plaza de Vila. Get lost in this old part of the city, among its cobbled streets, full of bars and shops where you can buy souvenirs and those wonderful local white lace dresses, that have coined their own style on the island. The atmosphere is vibrant, it doesn't matter what time of day, there is a spectacle to see. Have dinner at one of the many terraces in this area, where very varied menus are offered. Overnight stay in the City of Ibiza.

City of Ibiza - Santa Eulalia del Río - Cala San Vicente

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After enjoying a good breakfast on the promenade, head towards Santa Eulalia, the third largesy city on the island, 10 minutes by car from the capital. You can visit the Puig de Missa, an example of an Ibizan church-fortress. Next to the religious complex is the interesting Museum of Ethnography, opened in a farmhouse which is more than 300 years old. The collection includes typical costumes, farming implements, musical instruments, toys, weapons and jewelry, among other objects. Follow the route to the northeast of the island to get to Cala San Vicente, but before you get there we recommend a stop in Aguas Blancas, a natural beauty spot because of its landscape of steep cliffs and the narrow strip of sand that is the beach itself. It is an ideal place for swimming because of its shallow depth, and there is a constant stream of waves breaking against the shore. The only drawback is that you have to park far away and walk along a hill to reach the coast. Cala San Vicente, less than two kilometers away is sheltered from the wind by mountains covered in pine trees. Its calm waters contrast with Aguas Blancas and it also has many services, including restaurants. For this reason it is busier. The north of Ibiza shows the traveler its most intimate face, a little crowded territory where small agricultural valleys alternate with natural parks and virgin coves that stand like refuges on a rugged and beautiful coast. Overnight stay in Cala San Vicente.

San Vicente Cove - Portinatx - San Miguel - Santa Inés - San Antonio de Portmany

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You then continue on the journey to Portinatx, 25 minutes further north, where you will find three magnificent beaches, with crystalline turquoise waters:S'Arenal Gros, S'Arenal Petit y Playa Porto. This is a perfect area for snorkeling and diving, surrounded by a beautiful landscape. Here some scenes from the movie 'South of the Pacific', by director Joshua Logan, were filmed, standing in for the islands. There are several walking routes for those who want to burn some energy for the day - including a spectacular path that heads out to the lighthouse, located at the highest point on the Balearic Islands, on incredible cliffs overlooking the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. Then you head to San Miquel de Balansat, 20 minutes away by car. In this typically Ibizan town, complete with white buildings, you can visit its church located on the hill of Puig de Missa. It is one of the four fortified churches that were built on the island, and has the peculiarity of being the only one that has a cross plan in the shape of a T. Fifteen minutes away is Santa Inés (or Santa Agnes), where there is the must see Ses Balandres, popularly known as 'The gates of heaven'. There is a cliff where you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the cove and the islets of Ses Margalides. If yo're feeling brave, we recommend going down to the cove. The road is difficult, by wooden stairs built by fishermen with rope handrails help you to get up and down from the cove. If you do not have vertigo, it's worth it. The views from below, towards the imposing wall of cliff faces with their natural features, are a spectacle. It is a hidden place, dotted with stone boathouses which are somewhat camouflaged. From here you gain a different view of the islets of Ses Margalides, two rock formations: one small (Picatxo) and the other much larger, known as Sa Foradada which is shaped like a half moon. The diving in this area is incredible, with striking backgrounds, lots of marine wildlife and lots of tunnels and arches. After this, continue on to Sant Antoni de Portmany, 20 minutes away by car and the end of today's journey. On the west coast, this tourist town will draw you in with its lively nightlife and its great natural harbor, a bay with the same place name and named by the Romans as Portus Magnus. You can walk along its long promenade, which connects the port with the beaches of S'Arenal and Es Pouet, and visit Sa Punta des Molí, with its mill, its windmill and a small botanical garden. Get lost in its labyrinthine center, with streets full of shops and bars. At sunset, the most popular plan is to head for the coast of Ses Variades, towards the north of the bay, where many people come to watch the sunset that paints the sky vivid shades of orange. Then, next to the port you will find many places to dine. Our recommendation: a good plate of seafood or fish. Overnight stay in Sant Antoni de Portmany.

San Antonio de Portmany - Cala Tarida - San Jose - City of Ibiza

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Before leaving, you can discover many more secrets of this island town. Do not miss its fortified church, the artistic graffiti that decorate a dozen facades downtown and the beautiful cala Gració. The main avenue is the Passeig de Ses Fonts, next to the docks and home to the Monument to the Discovery of America, popularly known as the 'Egg of Columbus'. If you visited Sa Punta des Molí yesterday, today you should go to the Aquarium of Es Cap Blanc at the other end of the town. Head to San José, but stop along the west coast to visit Cala Tarida, 20 minutes from Sant Antoni. It is a long, wide beach, with fine white sand, which, together with the rocks under the water, dazzle with turquoise and emerald green tones. It is touristy and popular. If you prefer more tranquility, on the far right side there is a small cove in front of the islet of Sa Sabata (the shoe) which is often used as a nudist beach. Continue along the journey to San José, just over 10 minutes away. In Sa Talaia is the highest point of the whole island of Ibiza, standing 475 metres above sea level and offering magnificent views. In addition, San José has archaeological sites such as the Phoenician settlement of sa Caleta, bulit in the 7th century BC and has been named as a World Heritage Site. You can entertain yourself there for hours. Before reaching the city of Ibiza, you can take a detour to Cala Llentrisca. Located on the south of the island and 3 kilometers from Es Cubells, this small cove will provide a relaxing change of pace with its crystal clear waters and pebbled beaches. Ideal before rushing back into the busy days yet to come. Overnight stay in the City of Ibiza.

City of Ibiza - Santa Gertudris - City of Ibiza

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Today you can spend the day visiting the coves, but what you can not miss is a visit to Santa Gertrudis de Fruiteira, the gastronomic capital of the island. It is a typical Mediterranean village, with traditional white houses, some of these country homes have been converted into bars and restaurants. You should also visit its whitewashed church, dating from the late eighteenth century, and painted with gray and yellow stripes. This indoor villa offers an original viewpoint created by artists and sculptors, and, although very lively, shifts your focus away from the party image of Ibiza. Its landscape, once reliant on agriculture, retains that rural touch that makes it special. Return to the city of Ibiza where you can walk through the old town and the Vara de Rey, home to a statue dedicated to a hero of the Cuban War for his defense of the fort of El Viso. Overnight stay in the City of Ibiza.

City of Ibiza - San Rafael de la Cruz - City of Ibiza

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Today you can spend the day visiting coves and get closer to San Rafael de la Cruz. In this small town it is worth the stop just to see the beautiful views from its church, where you can appreciate the city of Ibiza from afar, Dalt Vila and, even Formentera, another island in the archipelago. Then, you leave the old town to visit the cave of Fontanelles which can be accessed from Cala Salada. This grotto, which is also known as the "cave of wine", has a good number of cave paintings which expert archaeologists claim date from the Bronze Age. Driving there can be an experience in itself. You can stop to enjoy spectacular views of the sea and the coast, between the coves and cliffs. If you coincide your visit with the sunset, it is an unmissable experience. Then you return to the capital of the island. If you like the party, maybe it's a good day to go out at night and dance until the early hours of the morning. Tomorrow we suggest you relax, so you can enjoy the vibrant and special lifestyle of Ibiza, with its famous clubs and beautiful people. Towards the south of the city, about 20 minutes away, is Playa d'En Bossa, where the majority of fashion and music venues are concentrated. It is a show that is worth experiencing. Its colour, style and eccentricities make Ibiza a different place. You'll see gogós dancing to the beats of the best DJs. Overnight stay in the City of Ibiza.

City of Ibiza

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Take a day to relax before returning to the itinerary, because it will be hard for you to forget this getaway. In the capital of Ibiza you can still visit the Gothic cathedral with its baroque style nave of the Virgen de las Nieves, built in the 13th century, or the old Yebisah mosque located at the top of Dalt Vila, and enjoy the panoramic view from above . You can also visit the Church of Santo Domingo, dating from the XVI century, and the Town Hall, located in a former Dominican Convent, as well as the neighborhood where the fishermen of Ibiza lived, La Marina, and take a tour of the port of Ibiza to see its spectacular yachts and sailboats. Overnight stay in the City of Ibiza.

Ibiza - City of origin

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Arrive at the airport with enough time to drop off your rental car before taking the flight to your departure city. Arrival. End of the trip and our services.

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Holiday description

Ibiza is a party, it has style, eccentricity, nightlife ... but it also has landscape, heritage, paradise and sun. You will be charmed by its white sandy coves and turquoise water, in an world where the mix between hippie and chic creates a unique character. In Ibiza there is a paradox between the natural and the urban. Lose yourself on roads that line a spectacular coastline, between low pine trees and shrubs, postcard beaches and overhanging cliffs. Where white is a symbol of architecture and fashion and extravagance shows freedom and rebellion. Experience the magic of the nighttime and the serenity of the daytime on this island where the sunsets evoke a beauty you never could have imagined. All of Ibiza is art.

More information about your trip

Your package holiday includes

  • Return flight.
  • Stay in selected hotel in Ibiza Capital.
  • Selected meal plan in Ibiza Capital.
  • Stay in selected hotel in Cala san Vincente.
  • Selected meal plan in Cala san Vincente.
  • Stay in selected hotel in San Antonio Bay.
  • Selected meal plan in San Antonio Bay.
  • Rent-a-car.

(Your trip doesn't include: Accommodation taxes in Balearic Islands direct payment in facility. Possible toll charges. )

Departures

  • Departures from May 2020 till November 2020

From

  • Dublin, Shannon, Cork

Categories

  • Family

Important remarks

- Triple rooms in Europe are generally rooms with twin beds or a double, in which a folding bed is installed to accommodate the third person. Due to the inconvenience this causes, we advise against using this option as far the possible.

- The proposed excursions and tours for each day are purely suggestions, as you can tailor the trip to suit your times, tastes and needs.

- A credit card is considered a guarantee, so sometimes you will need one for check-in at hotels.

- Hotels usually have cots available. Otherwise, babies will have to share a bed with an adult.

- To pick up your rental car, you'll need a credit (not debit) card in the name of the person who made the booking, who must also be the named driver of the vehicle.

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