This sun-drenched Mediterranean island is actually very family friendly. Besides the obvious beaches offering calm family-friendly waters, there are also waterparks and boat trips, mini-clubs and jeep safaris to enjoy.
Ibiza is comprised of more than just a strip of nightclubs and a beach, although that’s there too if you want it. It’s a big island, 570-something square kilometres of island paradise for you to explore. There are deserted beaches, rolling pine forests, rugged rural areas, stunning coastlines and hills for you to hike up and down.
From beautiful coves to long stretches of golden sands, it’s no secret that the island boasts some amazing beaches. There are more than eighty beaches around Ibiza’s beautiful coastline. Several of these are designated as ‘Blue Flag’. Calo Carbó is best for long, lazy days – the translucent water at this idyllic inlet makes it particularly popular for families. Santa Eulalia Beach has the perfect blend of authenticity and relaxation with clear, shallow waters and lined by a beautiful promenade. The beautiful beach of Playa d'en Bossa is the longest one in Ibiza, at three kilometres. Situated on the island’s southeast coast, this stretch of white sand is lined with an array of beach clubs, bars and sunset boats and is a hotspot of activity throughout the summer months.
There are plenty of diving spots around the island, but, for a really special experience, divers can head to the Cala D’Hort Marine Nature Reserve. There you will have every chance of bumping into a school of dolphins, or even a whale. It’s a safety conscious family run PADI Resort and School with daily dive trips to the marine reserve of fifteen different islands.
Ibiza is dotted with some beautiful and historic small villages, the most magnificent of which is D’Alt Vila, a weave of white houses and cobble streets enclosed by castle walls and battlements. The main city of the island is a UNESCO world heritage listed old town. You can walk along the fortified walls, take in the views over to neighbouring island Formentera, get culture in museums and galleries, explore the laneways, eat amazing food and watch the beautiful locals and holiday makers go about their daily lives. For a more relaxed vibe, take a casual stroll around the Hippy Market, where you can pick up clothing, crafts, jewellery and other artisan goods.
Ibiza's wellness travel culture is booming and it's one of the most popular travel destinations at the heart of this movement. Try some morning yoga on the beach, perhaps hiking in the pine-clad hills or even escape for a few days to a wellness retreat high up in the mountains.
Ibiza has an excellent culinary scene, mingling the indigenous pleasures of Mediterranean cooking with a host of excellent international chefs. From beach hotspots to countryside fincas, Ibiza has the best restaurants serving everything from crisp focaccia to freshly-caught seafood and local wood-fired steaks. Wine and virgin olive oil are produced locally and accompany every special meal.
● Water Parks ( Aguamar Water Park & Agualandia & Ocean Mania Water Park)
● Adventure Park
● Acrobosc Ibiza
● Jeep Safari
● Water Park