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Breath-taking scenery, 18kms of golden sandy beaches and rambling old hills beckon hundreds of travellers to Ibiza. Enjoy your vacation here with all-inclusive holidays to Ibiza from Travel Center. The fabulous beaches of Ibiza lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea are just the right combination for rest and relaxation. Enjoy the glorious sunshine and indulge in a variety of water-sports. Trek the scenic coastal hill-sides, discover hidden coves and historical defence towers of past civilizations. Admire the rich cultural heritage of this beautiful city. Indulge and pamper yourself at the inviting spas and wellness centres offering serene environs for maximum relaxation. Shop till you drop, at hip shopping centres offering designer brands and the trendy Ibiza fashion known as Adlib Fashion. Party capital Ibiza is home to trendy bars, clubs and ritzy restaurants. The fun-loving locals love putting on a show. Partying until the wee hours to the sounds of world renowned DJ’s is a common feature here. Make sure to try your luck at the glamorous casinos. Family friendly Ibiza offers safe beaches, an aquarium, Go-Kart ring and baby trains for kids to enjoy. Get planning today and book the all-inclusive holiday packages to Ibiza from Travel Center we include cheap flights, affordable accommodation for the whole family and flexible booking options. Enjoy gorgeous Ibiza!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Vueling Airlines, Iberia



Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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This stunning monument, nicknamed ‘Stonehenge’ by locals, is a semicircle of 13 basalt columns, one of which is 20m high with a gilded top. It was created by famous Australian artist Andrew Rodgers and commissioned by Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté.


Encircling Dalt Vila, Ibiza's colossal protective walls reach over 25m in height and include seven bastions. Evocatively floodlit at night, these fortifications were constructed to safeguard Ibiza's residents against the threat of pirate attack. You can walk the entire perimeter of these impressive Renaissance-era ramparts, designed to withstand heavy artillery.

Cala d'en Serra

Ibiza has over 30 cove beaches and this exquisite little bay, around 3km east of Portinatx, has to be one of the most beautiful. The approach road to the beach is truly spectacular, offering a succession of vistas over azure water far below, though it is very rough and potholed.

Cova des Cuieram

Consisting of a few small chambers, this modest-looking cave isn't visually impressive, but it does form a vital part of Ibiza's cultural legacy. Cova des Cuieram had been one of the most important Carthaginian places of worship; around 600 terracotta images of the fertility goddess Tanit have been found here.


Only accessible by foot, this tiny rocky peninsula, nicknamed after the “Lost City” of folklore, is remarkable in that it was a former quarry. Hippies have viewed the oblique-cut stone outlines as the remains of a lost civilisation. Multiple visitors have even added Maya and Hindu-style carvings to the rocks.

Església de Sant Carles

Sant Carles' village church is a striking 18th-century building, with an impressive arcaded entrance porch and a simple interior with a single nave. Today's peaceful scene belies a traumatic past, for in 1936, during the Spanish Civil War, Republican forces hanged the village priest and his father from a tree.

Carrer de la Verge

Running parallel to the harbour front, this 400m long lane is named after the Virgin Mary, though these days it is dedicated more towards bacchanalian pleasures than religious devotion. Carrer de la Verge forms Ibiza's main gay village, with around 20 or so bars seemingly hacked out of the hillside.

Cala Salada

It may be just 5km north of Sant Antoni, but the lovely cove of Cala Salada feels a continent away. The coastal environment is spectacular here, with cliffs and soaring hills sheltering the small sandy beach and its seafood restaurant. Clamber over the row of fisher’s huts for an even more peaceful cove: Cala Saldeta.

Aigües Blanques

Facing east, the exposed beach of Aigües Blanques – popular among Ibiza’s hippies – gets its name from the surf, which can whip up here when there are strong winds. Most of the year, things are actually very tranquil, and the scenery is stunning, with several sandy bays divided by crumbling cliffs.


Reached by a spectacular serpentine road, the virtually untouched sandy bay of Benirràs has high cliffs and a trio of bar-restaurants. It is a spectacular location for sunsets; one Ibiza's boho tribe have favoured for decades. If you visit on a Sunday there's always an assembly of drummers banging out a salutation to the sun.