Where to Stay on Ibiza: Ultimate Beach Resort Guide

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Heading to the Spanish island of Ibiza (or Eivissa) this year? Here’s a complete rundown on where to stay on Ibiza to help you choose which part of the island to stay in, which town, resort or beach is for you, and the best beach hotels, whether you’re booking a package vacation or doing it DIY. This resort guide will cover:

  • which part of Ibiza to stay in
  • where to stay in capital Ibiza Town
  • Ibiza’s main resorts; the best places to stay for nightlife, cheap packages and a younger crowd
  • a rundown of Ibiza’s quieter resorts and villages; the best places to stay for couples, families and nature

boats anchored in Cala Tarida bay


You can party around the clock on Ibiza, an island known for its nightlife. During the summer months, it becomes Europe’s defacto clubbing capital. Its name is synonymous with hedonism and high entry prices. Balearic beats, boho beaches, and Cafe del Mar sunsets. And it has one of the best LGBT scenes on the continent.

This party scene grew out of the island’s bohemian history. During the Spanish Civil War, Ibiza became an island of refuge for deserters and thus a hub for counter-culture, dropouts, and hippies. The hippie spirit has morphed into anything-goes all-night raves, but for a taste of the original free spirit head to Benirras Beach for sunset drum circles.

But beyond the clubbing scene, there’s an island of beautiful coves and pine forests, excellent art galleries and artisan crafts, archaeological sites, small whitewashed interior villages, a calendar of fiestas, some of the Mediterranean’s most sumptuous and serene villas, and a handful of family-friendly small beach resorts.

It’s advised to book early if you’re planning on visiting Ibiza during the summer peak (July and August) when the island is packed to the rafters – and rooms, restaurant reservations and car rental are difficult to find on the spot. Out of season (October to March) stick to the bigger towns with a year-round popular – that’s Ibiza Town, San Antonio, and Santa Eulalia.

We’ve used the Castilian Spanish spellings here as they’re more familiar to tourists, but on the island you’ll also see the local dialect used for places and street names.


Airport: Ibiza International Airport is 7km southwest of Ibiza Town and is served by domestic and international flights, including a wide range of budget carriers over the summer season. I recommend using Skyscanner to find cheap deals. Buses from the airport to Ibiza Town are frequent and cost €3.50 – check the Airport website for more info. 

Bus: Bus service links Ibiza Town with San Antoni, Santa Eularia, Portinatx, airport, beaches – see IbizaBus for timetables.

During the summer season, the Discobus shuttles partygoers between the big clubs throughout the night.

Ferry: Ferry services connect Ibiza with the mainland (Denia, Valencia, Gandia, Barcelona) and the other Balearic Islands (Formentera, Mallorca, Menorca). You can buy tickets through Direct Ferries. There are two ferry terminals in Ibiza Town – one for small local boats to Formentera and around the island, and one for bigger ships.

Benirras beach at sunset




Map of beach resorts on Ibiza.

  • NORTH: Northeast corner of the island is rustic and beautiful, with rugged coastal scenery, tranquil beach resort villages and a few hippie outposts.
  • SOUTH: Ibiza Town and the airport are on the southeast ledge of the island, with lagoon beach and salt pans at Las Salinas extending out towards neighbouring Formentera and several smaller islands.
  • EAST: A handful of low-key resorts well connected to both Santa Eularia – Ibiza’s second-largest town – and Ibiza Town.
  • WEST: San Antonio Bay dominates the resorts of the west coast, with plenty of picturesque pockets looking out on the sunsets over Es Vedra rock.


Ibiza harbour with fortress in the background

historic buildings in Ibiza old town with flowering bush in foreground

Ibiza Town is home is a fittingly chic capital for the White Isle; its maze of narrow streets packed with bouji boutiques and tapas bars, and topped with an imposing medieval citadel.

Its substantial medieval walls are a legacy from past centuries when they protected the island from pirates and invading Turks. Now encase the UNESCO World Heritage-listed old town, the highlight of which is Dalt Villa – the fortress-clad upper town. Parts of the walls date back to Phoenician times when Ibiza’s vast salt flats attracted traders and merchants. You can also find layers of Arab, Catalan, and Renaissance history tucked away in the old streets.

Down in the lower town the maze becomes the Sa Penya and old port quarters where you’ll find the highest concentration of cafes, bars, and swanky harbourfront dining. It’s lively until late at night (past 3pm head to the clubs instead). 

Top sights to see in Ibiza Town include:

As well as its historic delights, Ibiza Town is also home to the island’s most upmarket nightlife. Several big clubs are based here, including superclub Pacha. 

There’s another cluster of shops, bars and restaurants in the wide tree-lined boulevards of the New Town. If the Dalt Vila is the centre of tourist life on the island, then the pedestrianised s’Alamera main square with its colonial buildings is the centre of local life.

Looking for the nearest beach? Figueretes is the closest (1km walk), but most head for buzzing Talamanca (3km away) which has nicer sands. Busy Playa d’En Bossa is a short bus ride away. Water taxis are available to all three from the main port.

The other nearby beach highlight is beautiful Las Salinas which is near the salt flats south of town. It has a large crescent of fine sandy beach backed by beach bars (chiringuitos) nestled into pines. And nearby is the popular gay beach Es Cavallet.

Transfer time: 10 minutes from Ibiza Airport.

Ibiza Castle


LUXURY: Plenty of high-end hotels are based in Ibiza Town. The historic option is Mirador de Dalt Vila which has a classic feel and an outdoor pool with city views from its hilltop location.

El Hotel Pacha has chic white interiors, a marina location, and fine dining for dinner.

Stylish Mikasa (Adults only) has boho decor and views over the city. Sir Joan is all modern luxe and a stone’s throw from Pacha. Hotel Ocean Drive is also located near the marina and has a flashy South Beach vibe.

Up in the hills behind Ibiza Town is Casa Maca, a beautiful boutique bolthole for ultimate tranquillity.

El Puerto Ibiza Hotel and Spa is centrally located and has a rooftop pool with amazing views of the old town.

BUDGET: Right in the heart of the old town, guesthouse Hostal Juanita has been decked out in soothing neutrals and has a buffet breakfast on the terrace.

Hostal Ibiza has dorms as well as private rooms both with and without ensuite bathrooms.

La Bartola Guest House has simple white rooms, including singles.


Tucked away on the other side of the old town is Playa de Ses Figueretes, the capital’s closest section of beach and essentially a beachfront suburb. The beach is not quite as good as the one at Talamanca, but it has less of a see-and-be-seen vibe.

It has a pleasant palm-lined promenade along its 1km of beach which has recently had a bit of makeover. You can walk 15 minutes in one direction and be in town, 15 minutes in the other and be at the popular Playa d’En Bossa beach. There are plenty of good-value beachfront apartments so it’s ideal for those who like to self-cater and be within walking distance of attractions.

Water taxis and boat trips run to Ibiza Town and Es Canar.

Transfer time: 10 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


There are lots of adults-only beachfront resort hotels close to the promenade in Figueretas, such as:


Talamanca has all of the benefits of Ibiza Town but in addition, it has a long (if narrow) sandy beach and crystal clear water. Just 3km from the capital, it’s ideal if you don’t want to give up the city feel. The beach is backed by a long promenade, plenty of beach bars and restaurants, activities and watersports. 

It’s the best beach within walking distance of Ibiza Town – just a 20-minute walk or easy bus/taxi ride, making it increasingly popular with those looking to flop on the beach after a heavy night in town. A number of upmarket seafront all-inclusive hotels and swanky beach clubs are based here. It’s a mere stroll to Pacha.

Proximity to Ibiza Town also makes it ideal for a visit during shoulder or low season.

Transfer time: 15 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Some of Ibiza’s swankiest beachside hotels are based here – including the uber-chic 5* Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay which has 2 pools, a spa, and four restaurants.

OD Talamanca is also 5* and has a sleek urban design.

With its inland location, 4* Destino Pacha Resort is ideal for quiet and privacy after a heavy night. Guests get free entrance to the Pacha. Decor is airy neutrals with plenty of hammocks.

Hotel Lux Isla is a small hotel, 100m from the beach with bright and modern sea-view rooms.

On a budget? Hostal Talamanca Guesthouse has simple rooms and is right on the beach. 


Balinese beach beds on Playa d'en Bossa

Ibiza’s biggest and most popular beach resort, Playa d’En Bossa is where to the clubbers come for a beach break. Located just to the south of Ibiza Town, you can land at the airport and be at the beach in less than 10 minutes. Playa d’En Bossa (or Platja d’En Bossa as the locals spell it) has 2km of sandy beach plus some of Ibiza’s biggest clubs – Ushuaia, Hï Ibiza, and Bora Bora, as well as a swathe of beach clubs.

It’s the longest beach on the island and is well connected to Ibiza Town. There’s something for every budget here. If you want to party without straying far from your hotel then Playa d’En Bossa is a good bet. Think parties and Bali beds.

But Playa d’En Bossa is not just for partygoers. It’s not an x-rated resort, it’s also a great option for those who need entertainment for the kids. Aguamar Water Park is based here, plus oodles of watersports, activity parks, mini-golf, and more.

Transfer time: 10 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel is a sprawling beachfront 5* luxury resort attached to one of Ibiza’s biggest clubs. 

Hard Rock Ibiza also offers 5* amenities for clubbers, with 2 pools and a private beach club.

4* beachfront hotels in town include:

There are plenty of package deals to Playa d’En Bossa to be found – check TUI and Loveholidays for offers.

On a budget? Jet Apartments (Adults only) is known for its wild pool parties.


Cala Llonga bay in Ibiza

If you’re after impossibly beautiful scenery but a short distance from Ibiza Town then Cala Llonga might suit. On the road to Santa Eularia up the east coast of the island, Cala Llonga is a small resort in a hilly pine-clad bay with a big sandy Blue Flag beach. All of the vegetation lends the water an exotic turquoise colour in the sun.

The beach in Cala Llonga is quite small so many of the larger resort hotels are perched on the hills to either side. Proximity to the bigger towns and family-friendly facilities make Cala Llonga a great all-rounder resort, ideal for families with older children as well as young couples looking for a relaxing break. There are a few beach bars and watersports, both of the more relaxing variety.

Water taxis run to Ibiza Town and Santa Eularia in high season, and there’s a tourist train doing runs to nearby beaches and hippy markets.

Transfer time: 20 minutes from Ibiza Airport and Ibiza Town, 10 minutes from Santa Eularia.


Palladium Hotel Cala Llonga (Adults only) is an adults-only resort perched on a headland overlooking the bay. El Pinar and the two Sirenis hotels have a similar location.

Down on the beach, Apartamentos Cala Llonga has basic studios with a prime position right on the beach.

At the back of the village, units at Oasis Villas share a tennis court and pool.

Up in the hills behind, Agroturismo Can Toni Xumeu has sleek and chic rooms in a farmhouse setting.

Further inland still, Can Pere is a beautiful converted farmhouse with spa and is close to Ibiza’s only golf course.


the beach at Santa Eularia

Santa Eulalia (Santa Eularia des Riu in the local dialect) is one of Ibiza’s largest and most popular beach towns thanks to its sandy beaches, buzzing marina, and wide range of accommodation options. It’s also a cultural hub that’s popular with locals and expats and has a year-round population. 

Thanks to the presence of yachties you’ll find plenty of upmarket restaurants and international cuisine – Santa Eulalia has the best food scene on the island. Calle San Vicente is known as ‘Restaurant Street’ for good reason. It’s not as nightlife-heavy as Ibiza’s other large towns, but there’s plenty of shops, boutiques, and galleries.

The family-friendly main beach is 3km of golden sand and backed by a palm-fringed promenade and seafront apartment blocks.

Water taxis run to Ibiza Town, Es Canar, and nearby beaches.

Transfer time: 25 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


There’s a wide range of accommodation in Santa Eularia.

Luxury offerings include the minimalist 5* ME Ibiza Hotel, and the incredible rooftop infinity pool at Aguas de Ibiza Lifestyle & Spa.

Other hotels of note include:

Budget doesn’t stretch that far? Yebisah Hostal has good-value rooms and is right on the beach. Funky Nanit Rooms has bright fresh decor and a town location.

Inland, Finca Legado offers a rural boutique experience.


Es Canar (or Es Caná) is the next main stop to the north of Santa Eulalia and is home to the Ibiza’s original hippy market, Punta Arabi, as well as a crescent of golden sand.

Es Canar is ideal for those looking for a lively and active but not party-focused beach break. The vibe is small and family-friendly, with plenty of bars and watersports. In fact, this is one of the best places on Ibiza for watersports fans with everything available here, from inflatables to surfing to diving. There are some good walks in the area too.

There are three main beaches in Es Canar, all lined with palms and beach bars. Additionally, the area surrounding Es Canar has some of Ibiza’s best (and quietest) family-friendly beaches and coves to explore – Cala Llenya, Cala Pada, Niu Blau, and S’Argamassa. The latter is home to the famous Nikki Beach club.

The main hippy market takes place on Wednesdays and attracts visitors from around the island. There’s another hippy market on Saturdays a few miles inland at San Carlos. Water taxis go to Santa Eulalia and Ibiza Town, and boat trips to Formentera are available.

Transfer time: 35 minutes from Ibiza Airport.



Bless Hotel Ibiza is the best hotel in town, with monochrome rooms and an incredible infinity pool.

4* Anfora brings minimalist vibes to Es Canar and is a short walk to the beach.

All-inclusive azuLine Club Cala Martina Ibiza has family facilities plus direct access to Cala Martina beach.

Hotel Boutique Las Arenas is a traditional family-run hotel with views over the beach and bay.

Prefer to go self-catered? You’ll find clean and comfortable studios at Apartamentos Sandic. And Hostal Mar Y Huerta offers basic rooms at a budget price.


Cala Pada: TUI Magic Life Cala Pada is a family-focused all-inclusive.

Cala Llenya: Cala Llenya Resort Ibiza is a family resort near the beach.

Inland:  5* Agroturismo Atzaro is arguably Ibiza’s best finca experience, with its impeccable landscaped pool and Moroccan hammam.

Laid back and rustic Casa Shakti Ibiza is a converted farmhouse with a hot tub, stays over the summer season include daily yoga classes

And you can find rustic wooden bungalows at Camping Cala Nova.


Cala Sant Vicente beach and surrounds

Towards the northeast tip of the island is the resort village of Cala San Vicente, tucked away in a picturesque bay with a spacious sandy beach. There are a number of large resort-style hotels and the vibe is relaxed and geared towards couples and package tourists (though it does also attract daytrippers at the weekend). Some watersports are available, and it’s worth exploring the viewpoints uphill as well as nearby Es Culleram cave.

A few kilometres uphill is the village of San Juan (or Sant Joan), one of the few villages remaining that hasn’t been taken over by tourism. It has an artisan market, some of the island’s best agrotourism accommodations, and is a secret hideaway of the island’s permanent boho set.

There are some sumptuous villas with incredible views tucked away in the hills and around nearby Es Figueral beach.

Transfer time: 40 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


The beachfront here is dominated by big resort hotels – TUI Blue Don Pedro, the Globales Simar, Hotel Hoposa Niu, Grupotel Cala San Vicente.

Try Boutique Hostal Oriola for great value budget rooms.

In Es Figueral, B&B Es Figueral has bright modern rooms. Hacienda Encanto del Rio has whitewashed rooms in a quiet inland farmhouse.

In San Joan, The Giri Residence is the place to stay. Or  Villa Can Puset

Up in the hills inland, nearer the centre of the island, is the Stoke Villa Ibiza Hostel, perfect for solo travellers looking for a sociable villa-style holiday with shuttle buses to nearby beaches.


sunbathers on the beach at Portinatx

Portinatx is one of the best small beach resorts on Ibiza (and arguably even in the whole Mediterranean). Compact and relaxed, Portinatx is set around a scenic bay with a cluster of beaches and amazing views from every angle.

This part of the island is home to some of its most beautiful coastal scenery – with pretty coves, rugged rocks, fragrant pines, and turquoise seas. Some scenes from the movie ‘South Pacific’ were even filmed on the beaches here. Don’t miss the coastal walks in the area.

Kids won’t be bored with activities such as bowling, watersports, boat trips, and minigolf. It’s further away from the clubbing hotspots so better suited to families and couples looking to relax, though it’s not dead quiet – there are plenty of laid-back bars and cafes for the evenings. 

Transfer time: 40 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


The big resort hotels in Portinatx are all adults-only. Chic and spacious, 4* Barcelo Portinatx is right by the beach and features some rooms with a hot tub on the balcony. On the other side of the village, Grupotel Ibiza Beach Resort has an airy feel, spa, and sea-view pool. And popular all-inclusive Sandos El Greco Beach Hotel is now also adults-only.

Got the family in tow? Try Portinatx Beach Club Hotel.

Es Grop Apartments are great value, with a prime beachfront location, pool, and large sea-view balconies.

Apartamentos del Rey also have basic studios.


turquoise sea at Cala San Miquel

San Miguel (or Port de Sant Miquel, as you may see it written) is a north coast classic. Of all the beach resorts on Ibiza, it probably has the most traditional bucket-and-spade feel. The scenery is stunning, the beach is big and sandy, and the waters are crystal clear.

As with nearby Portinatx, it attracts families and couples looking to stay away from the clubbing scene and enjoy the beautiful landscape. It feels a bit sleepy and dated compared to other parts of the island, which is all part of its charm. It might well be the least hipster place on Ibiza.

Water taxis go to Portinatx and San Antonio, and it’s also well connected by bus.

Transfer time: 30 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Family-friendly apartment complex Balansat is a good option for those looking for a budget resort right next to the beach but with kids facilities.

For the adults, there are several upmarket rural retreats in the area, such as the beautiful Can Na Xica and Can Maries Country Hotel


beautiful empty beach at Cala Gracioneta

Just north of busy San Antonio is the beautiful beach at Cala Gracio (and its little sister, Cala Gracioneta – pictured above). These are two of the prettiest coves on the island, flanked by cliffs and giving way to exotic lagoon-like waters.

The main attraction here is beach life, beach shacks, and snorkelling. The hotels are hidden away in the pines behind the beaches rather than overlooking the sea. And it’s only a 15-minute walk to San Antonio for a night out.

As Cala Gracia is a small beach it can feel very crowded in the summer months though.

Transfer time: 30 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Cubanito Ibiza Suites features maximalist Cuban-themed decor and is a short walk from the beach.

3* all-inclusive Fiesta Hotel Cala Gracio is set in landscaped grounds that lead right onto the beach, and the next-door Fiesta Hotel Tanit is designed with families in mind.


palms along the beachfront promenade at Sant Antoni

The busy resort of San Antonio is where you’ll find the island’s loudest and rowdiest parties. Everything goes here – the vibe is big and boisterous. It attracts the younger and more hardcore partygoers who come in groups. It’s much more affordable than Ibiza Town and is also home to the biggest gay parties. Es Paradis and Eden are the big clubs here.

It comes with half a mile of man-made sandy beach edged by a promenade – perfect for morning-after recovery. The wider San Antonio Bay area is a beautiful natural harbour with many coves and beaches to explore. 

San Antonio is not on restaurants, shops or activities in San An (as it’s affectionately known). The sunsets here are legendary – the northern? end of the beach is known as Sunset Strip for its iconic line of chillout beach bars playing blissed-out Balearic beats – Cafe del Mar and Cafe Mambo being the most famous. There’s no shortage of restaurants, shops or activities in San An (as it’s affectionately known).

Unfortunately, petty theft is an issue here so keep your street smarts on.

Water taxis go to nearby beaches, and San Antonio is well served by bus connections too. Boat parties are popular.

Transfer time: 30 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Centrally-located Ibiza Rocks Hotel is one for the hardcore partiers. This adults-only hotel is famous for its daytime pool parties.

3* and 4* adults-only resort hotels reign in San Antonio. Pick of the bunch are:

Looking for a budget stay? Amistat Island Hostel is Ibiza’s premier party hostel. Florencio Guesthouse is basic but good value for money. And Can Beia Hostal has private rooms only and a pool for guests.


aerial view of Cala Bassa with boats anchored in the bay

A mere 5-minute drive from San Antonio is the smaller resort of Port D’Es Torrent, one of the quieter and outposts of the San Antonio Bay. It has a traditional (if slightly dated) feel with a selection of restaurants and shops, a family-friendly Blue Flag beach, and an idyllic setting.

It’s a great base for exploring some of the amazing beaches in the area. 10 minutes down the road is the long tree-lined sands of Cala Bassa (pictured above), one of the most enjoyable beaches on the island. With impeccable sands and electric blue waters, it’s easy to see why Cala Bassa is one of the island’s most popular beaches. Add in Cala Bassa Beach Club and high-octane watersports for a winning Ibizan recipe.

And further west still are the nearby rock formations and dunes which make up Cala Comte (also spelt Conte or Conta), one of Ibiza’s most iconic beaches, with dazzling shallow seas and rocks ledges providing perfect sunbathing platforms. 

All beaches get very busy in the summer months though, attracting daytrippers and boats from San Antonio.

Transfer time: 25 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Hotel Boutique Ses Pitreras is the most stylish address in town, and some rooms have a hot tub.

Occidental Ibiza is a 4* resort with several pools, including one for children, and play equipment too.

You can find mobile homes and wooden bungalows as well as pitches at Camping Cala Basa.


aerial view of Cala Tarida

Around the coast from San Antonio is the small beach resort of Cala Tarida, popular with families for its pair of shallow and child-friendly white sand beaches. The downside of Cala Tarida is that expansion has been rapid over the past decade and some parts of the beach can get crowded.

There are a few bars and restaurants, for a wider range simply hop on the bus and you’ll be in San Antonio in 15 minutes, so it’s also an option for those after a quiet base but easy access to nights out.

Transfer time: 35 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Cala Tarida has a good selection of upmarket resort hotels as well as budget aparthotel options.

The best hotel in town is the lush 7 Pines Resort Ibiza, a 5* clifftop complex with infinity pool and white-and-turquoise decor.

TUI’s Sensatori Resort Ibiza has luxury appeal plus children’s facilities. There’s an adults-only pool with day beds too.


view of the pretty bay at Cala Vadella

Photogenic little Cala Vadella has the peaceful Ibiza vibes down pat. The seas here turn a dreamy deep green and are rarely wavey, attracting families in the know as well as yachties who favour the bay’s sheltered position. For a small village, it has a good selection of restaurants – not to mention incredible sunsets. The small beach can feel too crowded in July and August though.

Low key family-friendly activities such as SUP and boat trips are available. 

Transfer time: 25 minutes from Ibiza Airport.


Lots of great options for independent travellers here – Puerto Cala Vadella Aparthotel is popular. If you’d rather have privacy then there are plenty of holiday homes: check out Can Es Coral, Casa Calo den Real, Can Fuentes, Ses Abelles for starters.

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