Hotels on Ibiza Spain

Looking for Hotels on Ibiza Spain with sun-drenched days spent lazing on beaches and sailboat? Ibiza Spain is known for its collection of buzzing nightclubs in and around Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni. It is the third-largest Balearic Island located off the east coast of Spain and is packed throughout most of its summertime peak season. In Ibiza find quaint villages, secluded coves with family-friendly beaches, tempting eateries with traditional Balearic foods and vendors that sell everything from leather goods to olive oils in the local markets. Ibiza is everything you think it is – and so much more. Learn more about Ibiza and choose from the wonderful first-class hotels on Ibiza Spain. You can also learn about all of the best Spain Beaches here.

Ibiza Spain Weather – When to Visit

The best time to visit Ibiza is from May to October when high temperatures average from the mid-70s to the mid-80s and the party crowd descends. The months between November and April are considered low season, when flight and hotel rates drop along with the temperatures to more moderate 50s and 60s. You might have to contend with some restaurant, club and hotel closures during the low season, especially between December and February – and you'll definitely have to take boat tours off your itinerary, but you can find some deals on hotel and fight rates during this season.

Best Ibiza Spain Beaches

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Benirrás Beach

This small beach has coarse, rocky sand, and the edges of the beach are rocks, not sand. Aside from the spectacular sunsets, the beach holds a famous drum circle on Sundays at sunset. The water is crystal clear, like an aquarium. There are some vendors selling food and drinks, as well as beach chairs and umbrellas for rent.

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Ses Salines Beach

If you want a remote, rugged beach but like cafés, electronic dance music, and funky stores, Ses Salines is for you. Restaurants, music venues, and small shops line the beachfront. Some of the establishments rent sun loungers and beach chairs, and there are plenty of beach vendors working the sand.

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Talamanca Beach

There's a wooden boardwalk on the beach lined with cafés and restaurants. You have a full range of water sports rentals, along with multiple beach volleyball courts. There are several lifeguard stations along the beach. Beach goers can set up on the sand, or you can rent a sun lounger and an umbrella.

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Playa d'en Bossa

This is Ibiza's longest beach and the most commercial in terms of beachfront shops and cafés. It's about 10 minutes from Ibiza Town, and the promenade is lined with entertainment venues, restaurants, and shops. It's not a place to relax and enjoy a quiet beach, it's more a place to have fun, dance, and people watch.

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Pou des Lleo Beach

Pou des Lleo beach is like a postcard come to life. The small horseshoe-shaped cove is surrounded by low red cliffs. The water is clear, and this beach is popular for scuba diving and snorkeling.

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Best Ibiza Restaurants

Es Boldado $1 – 30

Perched high on the cliffs overlooking the mystical mount, this long-standing restaurant specializes in large-format seafood dishes to share, such as the excellent guisado de pescado, a rich fish stew that lives up to the spectacular vista. Telephone: 34 626 49 45 37 Web: Es Boldado

Cala Xuclar $11 – 30

Share a plate of mixed montaditos (slices of toasted bread) topped with local cheese and jamon iberico to start, and follow it with a platter of grilled local fish. The place is only open for a limited time during the summer months, so check ahead before going. Telephone: 34 679 67 05 59 Web: Cala Xuclar

Eat Is Life Under $10

The healthy food coming out of the open kitchen stems from an ever-changing menu of mix-and-match proteins, whole grains, and vegetables. Telephone: 34 971 312 201 Web: Eat is Life

Los Pajaritos Under $10

Los Pajaritos in Es Canar uses stone-ground organic flour for its naturally fermented dough, which rises for a minimum of 48 hours, resulting in a perfect crust that sits lightly in the stomach. Pizzas are topped simply with locally made mozzarella and quality ingredients sourced from Italy. Telephone: 34 653 35 09 61 Web: Los Pajaritos

Restaurante Taco Paco Under $10

This Santa Eulalia stalwart has long been a favorite of locals for its cool interior, reasonable prices, and satisfying burritos and tacos, all best supplemented with several of the bar’s potent margaritas. Telephone: 34 971 80 75 56 Web: Restaurante Taco Paco

Best Ibiza Tours & Activities

Best Ibiza Beach Clubs

Beachouse

Here, it's possible to imagine being transported to a very cool spot in the Caribbean. Like the venue, the cuisine is rustic, yet sophisticated: Mediterranean fare with a dash of Italian. You'll enjoy its small-scale intimacy, clean lines and general airiness. Telephone: 34 971 39 68 58 Web: Beachouse

Nikki Beach Ibiza

Five-star luxury is to be had at Nikki Beach Ibiza, the White Isle outpost of the global beach club brand. Its sleek, signature all-white style is day beds and flowing drapes will delight. You'll get valet parking, some of the freshest sushi and seafood around and lots of fantastic events through the week. Telephone: 34 619 753 710 Web: Nikki Beach Ibiza

Kumharas

Kumharas is hip and hedonistic, with a distinctly laid-back bohemian vibe. You'll find plenty of sofas and tables where you can enjoy views of the magnificent San Antonio Bay whilst, sipping a strawberry daiquiri and generally lounging. This is high on the list for proper Ibiza hippy chic, plus with regular DJ sets at sunset there's extra cool and funk. Telephone: 34 971 80 57 40 Web: Kumharas

Tropicana Ibiza Beach Club

Tropicana Ibiza Beach Club is more low-key than some of its neighbors and incredibly friendly. With a great ambience, a varied menu of Mediterranean, international and local specialties, appetites are easily satisfied. Book a hammock to throw yourself into, enjoy one of their comfortable sunbeds or laze on the very pretty semi-private beach. Telephone: 34 629 348 012 Web: Tropicana Ibiza Beach Club

Chiringuito Blue

For a genuine beach club experience, head to the far south end of the promenade and you will encounter the chic cum rustic Chiringuito Blue restaurant, nestled next to the sand. Here you can dine in style on dishes made from hyper-local ingredients in the cool white surroundings, illuminated by the color blue. Telephone: 34 971 33 13 31 Web: Chiringuito Blue

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26 Comments

  1. Alejandra

    Thanks so much for sharing a great travel guide that will help me to plan a trip to Ibiza, I’ve heard about this place from friend who visit this place before the pandemic and they told me Ibiza is a must to visit place, so I wanted to read more about it and what to do there, and your website always has the best information anyone can get to plan a visit!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Alejandra!  I appreciate the comments and glad you enjoy visiting beach travel destinations.

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  2. Jim

    Hello, This is a terrific site filled with information. I have never been to Spain, but this coastal town looks beautiful. I do have a question for you or others on this post. Do you know how wheelchair-friendly is the town? I think a friend of mine would enjoy some travel time after lock down, Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, Ibiza is wheel chair friendly.  As a matter of fact there are several beaches that are wheel chair friendly and have wheel chair access.  There are also hotels that are very wheel chair friendly.  You can get more information at the Accessible Holidays In Ibiza website here.  Please let me know if you have any additional questions.  Thanks for visiting my Hotels on Ibiza Spain guide.

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  3. Aly

    A visit to Ibiza Spain for the amazing beach and natural beauty has got to be near the top of my travel bucket list! It’s simply stunning to look at! Thank you so much for the word of caution on the timing of boat tours in the off season. I couldn’t imagine how disappointed I would be if I were to visit but not be able to take part in some of the best stuff. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, Aly I would be disappointed too!  It is nice to know when the best time is, when everything is still open for business.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my Hotels on Ibiza Spain guide.

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  4. Indomanted

    This is an exceptional site, filled with layers and layers of great information, and many beautiful pictures. I am moving my blog toward a tourism site for Indonesia but I am lacking the expertise to put together a site as good as yours. Maybe one day I will be there. You have great links with tour guides, hotels, etc. and I was happy to see that you also gave good information on meals and cost. The only thing that confused me was the ‘Donate’ button as I did not know what my money would be used for. It would be much better if you could elaborate on this. It could be for charitable donations for local causes or for your company which has been hit really hard because the COVID pandemic, and you are trying to make ends meet. Stating something is better than nothing, and I am sure people will respond more to it if they knew where their money was going. Great site, I would appreciate any tips you can give me for my site (still in virgin territory).

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      The donate button is really just to help for the costs of my website.  I really don’t personally see any income from it.   Maybe one day LOL.  No one has donated, so maybe I need to elaborate on that.  Thanks for taking the time to leave me comments.  I  appreciate it!

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  5. RyanPinches6550

    Great information on Ibiza!  My girlfriend and are planning a trip to Spain.  So glad I came across this information on beach travel destinations about Ibiza!  I loved the map at the bottom, showing me the hotels and where they were on Ibiza.  Lots of great information so we can start planning.  Thanks again.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I’m glad I could help 🙂  Please let me know if you need any additional information, and thanks for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  6. LineCowley

    Spain is a beautiful country with so many amazing places, and Ibiza is yet another must visit place. I prefer the quieter beaches, to have a long walk and read my book, while enjoying a swim as well. Benniras Beach with the drum curcle on a Sunday at sunset, sounds like a definite for me. But I could do some people watching on Playa D’en Bossa while sipping a cold glass of wine. Thanks for so many great choices in Ibiza.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my Hotels on Ibiza Spain guide.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. Parameter

    The expression Ibiza is everything you think it is makes me want to see more about Ibiza from you content. I love the way you opened up on the whether state and how it affects tourism. When the whether is high up between may and October people want to visit this iconic town, but November and April the whether is down and traffic is low, as such, flight and hotels have no choice than to drop their prices 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes exactly, and it does have everything.  You would enjoy Ibiza Spain.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. Kokontala

    Hi there! I’ve just gone through your article about hotels in Ibiza Spain. I found it truly interesting because I love travelling so much, especially with my family. From the pictures you provided here, this place looks amazing and beautiful. I personally think that it is worth travelling to, as you also mentioned that Ibiza is everything I may need and much more. Thanks for sharing this amazing article with us, I will be sharing it further too.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my Hotels on Ibiza Spain guide.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  9. Shierly

    Hi! Leahrae,  I want to visit Spain someday specialy Ses Salines Beach as you said in the description that it is a remote and rugged place with cafes and restaurants. As long as it has Food Stores I am totally very happy to enjoy the fun! Thank you! All the Best!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank Shierly, I am glad you enjoyed.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Maja

    Thank you for your article. It’s a perfect time now that summer is coming to read about beautiful places to spend your holidays! Ibiza is definitely a place I would like to visit, I love the seaside and the beach. 
    I like especially the list you made about the restaurants and the clubs: having good food and beautiful locations to have fun is important for a fun holiday.

    Thank you!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, good food and a night out is always good for a vacation 🙂  Glad you enjoyed your visit to beach travel destinations.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Hilde

    Wow! Ibiza! Sitting up here in the rain in North of Norway looking at your blog and wish I could be on Ibiza swimming in the sea right now. It is definitely a place I want to travel to. So many nice beaches there. Would you say there is a season that is better than others to travel there?  I must say I was surprised to see hotels with Adults only. Is there any special reason for that?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      For a growing number of couples, as well as groups of friends looking to have a fun holiday together in the sun, adults only hotels in Ibiza are becoming an increasingly popular choice.  It is a very calming, serene location.  
      The best time to visit Ibiza is from May to October when high temperatures average from the mid-70s to the mid-80s and the party crowd descends.  I am glad you enjoyed and thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  12. Amzy Khan

    Wow! There is a lot of information on this article about the opportunities we have in Ibiza. For example, the hotels, the beach, the restaurants, the activities etc. This is basically a tour guide all on one page, which includes the prices, the phone number and any offers. This is very useful. I appreciate you sharing this article with us!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome!  Time to vacation to Ibiza!

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  13. António Mateus

    Hi, Leahrae!
    How are you doing? Here we meet again… and this time Ibiza it is!
    Being neighbors Spain has always been an excellent beach destination for Portuguese tourists.
    Your posts are all so thorough and pleasant that one really feels like traveling abroad right now! Have you ever been to Portugal? Care to choose beach destinations in my country?
    Thanks for sharing and keep safe!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, I am doing Brazil and Portugal next.  I have not been to Portugal, so will take some research on my part 🙂  It is a beautiful country.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations and taking the time to leave me comments 🙂

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