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    Holidays To Ibiza from Manchester

    Whilst famed worldwide for its nightclubs and big name DJs – there is so much more to the beautiful island of Ibiza. There are peaceful resorts with yoga retreats, resorts that are perfect for families with young children, and of course resorts for those who don’t want to get much sleep!

     

    With a flight time under 3 hours from Manchester, Ibiza is the perfect summer destination for those that want a quick flight before they enjoy a holiday of a lifetime. The season runs from May to October, with the infamous opening and closing down parties are the start and end of the season.

     

    Many customers looking for a holiday but don’t want a lively place, instantly rule out Ibiza as an option – but Manchester Travel Shop urges you to do your research before discounting this absolutely stunning paradise of an island. There really is a resort in Ibiza to suit every single taste.

     

    Admittedly, the island of Ibiza isn’t suitable for travellers on a very tight budget. The general cost for accommodation and also food and drinks etc when you are there, are considerably higher than the neighbouring Balearic islands of Majorca and Menorca.

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    Ibiza Town

    There is something for everyone in Ibiza Town, the port city overlooking the Mediterranean. The nightlife is legendary, with world-class restaurants and excellent bars in the pretty Old Town.

    The area boasts many small boutiques, high-end fashion stores, shoe shops and all kinds of novelty shops. It attracts a lot of international visitors all year round and is a great place to spot celebrities during summer.

    There are also some great art galleries and history museums. The ancient citadel of Dalt Vila is a history lesson in itself. We guarantee you’ll never run out of things to do.


    Playa D’en Bossa

    Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s longest and most famous beach, measuring three kilometers in length.

    There are sun beds scattered throughout the soft, pale sand during summer, and they are virtually empty in winter. There are a variety of beach bars, boutiques and restaurants, which grow every year.

    DJs spin Balearic beats on the beach until well after dark, and the promenade is perfect for people watching.


    San Antonio

    It has long been known as one of the best party zones in Ibiza. This area is characterized by an undeniable mixture of nationalities and ages, making it ideal for both families and party animals.

    San Antonio de Portmany is truly a destination for the young at heart. One of the busiest parts of town is the West End area; for those who love partying and sailing, there is the Yacht Club, while an area called Caló d’es Moro offers some of the most breathtaking sunsets in all of Europe. In addition, the area offers excellent public transportation connections to the rest of the island, as well as being easily accessible by car or taxi.

     

    Cala Tarida

    The longest and widest beach of fine white sand on this side of the island lies in a sheltered bay at the tiny resort of Cala Tarida. Over the sandy bottom, clean, clear waters extend quite a distance on the right, becoming deeper and more rocky on the left. The sea here is truly magnificent; turquoise, azure blue, and emerald green.

    Cala Tarida is a popular family beach because it is surrounded by hills in an urbanized area and an exclusive hotel club right behind it. If sunbathing just doesn’t cut it for you, there are also shops right on the beach where you can buy inflatables, snorkel gear, and beach balls. You can find some little hidden coves north of the main beach with some unique shapes of rocks to swim to if you’re looking for a solitary spot.

    Things to do in Ibiza

    Beach hoppin’

    From San Antonio harbor, take a small or private group cruise along the dazzling Ibiza coastline. Sipping on your included drinks, discover a side of Ibiza you’ve never seen and, if you book the afternoon time cruise, enjoy the breathtaking views of the sunset

     

    Formentera

    Get on board to set sail to Formentera, after a pleasant 45-minute boat ride, you will arrive at the Port of La Savina in Formentera, considered by many the most beautiful island of the Balearic Islands.

     

     Can Marça Cave in San Miguel Port

    Explore the Can Marça Cave in San Miguel Port with your local guide and discover over 100,000 years of history.

    Behold the morphing rock formations resulting from eons of time. Find stalactites and stalagmites, which have grown due to water flowing through the now dry cave.

     

    Ibiza Town Bike Tour

    This unique guided cycling tour allows you to see a different side of Ibiza. Following a meeting with your local expert guide and a bike fitting, you will explore the city and see some of its top attractions. 

    Leaving the port in the center of the city, you will head first to the Park de la Pau, where you can enjoy a gentle cycle along the coast. You will then cycle to the spectacular necropolis as well as the Portal Nou. Your guide will be able to tell you more about the history and culture of the city as you cycle.

     

    Full Day Tour with Hippy Market

    Your day starts early with a luxury bus pick-up from your hotel so you can see all the important spots in Ibiza. Other places you could see will depend on the location of your tour departure, including Ibiza Town, San Antonio, Santa Eulalia and Cala San Vicente.

    At noon, you will stop at one of the most beautiful spots in Ibiza, where you will have free time for lunch. Restaurants or bars in the area serve food or you can take it with you.

    A visit to its famous hippy markets is also necessary to discover Ibiza’s authentic side. Visit the Punta Arabi street market on Wednesdays and the Las Dalias street market in San Carlos on Saturdays. You will return to your hotel at the end of the tour.

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    If you need any further help planning your trip from Manchester to Ibiza don’t hesitate to give Manchester Travel Shop a call on 0161 818 8399 – speak to a travel agent to get the best prices and receive expert honest advice.

    If Ibiza hasn’t floated your boat, why not check out options for Majorca or Menorca?