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Where to stay in Ibiza

If you’re considering a trip to Ibiza, you’ve come to the right place. There are 2,597 holiday homes available all over Ibiza, and we’re confident you’ll find a place that meets your needs and your budget. Affordable vacation homes in Ibiza start at a nightly rate of $11, with 20% of properties priced under $91 per night. Whether you’re on the hunt for a private apartment near Ibiza, a hotel, or you’re looking for a place that also gives you close access to Ibiza — our mission is to help you find exactly what you need. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of holiday rentals from top travel companies like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway,, and many more. No matter if you’re travelling on your own, going on a honeymoon to Ibiza, or planning a trip for a group of 8, we can match you with a vacation rental that sleeps everyone comfortably. It’s time to make your dreams of travelling to Ibiza a reality.

Where Is Ibiza Located in Spain?

Floating in the Mediterranean Sea, the island of Ibiza lies off the eastern coast of Spain. The third largest of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is located approximately 150 kilometers from the mainland city of Valencia.

What Is Ibiza Known For?

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the island of Ibiza is overflowing with gorgeous sandy beaches and stunning views of the endlessly blue stretch known as the Mediterranean Sea. Millions of visitors arrive at the largest Balearic Island to dance to the electronic dance music, sample the summer club scene, take in the gorgeous views, and soak in the warm Spanish sun. Despite its riotous nightclub history, the Spanish Tourism Office has implemented several measures to introduce a quieter, cosmopolitan, and more cultured tourism scene that will appeal to an international audience of tourists. With this in mind, it can be said that no matter who you are or what you are looking for in your holiday, it can certainly be found on the island of Ibiza.

Places to Visit in Ibiza

  • Catedral de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves: Dominating the Ibiza skyline and taking the pride of place within Dalt Vila, the stunning Catedral de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves offers awe-inspiring panoramic views of the surrounding seas and enthralling ancient history that sings within its walls. First built in the 13th century and later completed in the 15th century, this majestic cathedral is a testament of the finest Baroque and Catalan Gothic architecture. When first stepping into the cathedral, visitors are overcome with a touching sentiment of serenity, allowing church-goers to engage in quiet reflection and heartfelt prayer. After immersing in peaceful thought, visitors can also marvel at the gorgeous Gothic artwork on show that includes a 12th century Gothic monstrance of golden silver and various Gothic panels originating from the 14th and 15th century, depicting several religious saints.
  • Sunset Ashram: Popular amongst tourists and locals alike, this famous vantage point of Sunset Ashram allows guests to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of Ibiza and connect to the natural beauty and peace that the island offers. In contrast to the pounding of electronic dance music that is normally heard across Ibiza, the Sunset Ashram allows the best Balearic DJs to spin their records to create the best soundtrack complementary to the emotive and romantic scenes of the Mediterranean sunset. Tuck into the delicious Asian fusion food on the menu, grab a cerveza, and unwind.
  • O Beach Ibiza: The lavish resort of O Beach Ibiza is well-known for its live DJ appearances, aerial performances, and daily pool festivities — combined to become the modern-day Balearic version of a Gatsby party. This outdoor club allows beautiful party animals to splash and dance in the pool, soak in the rays, and indulge in a refreshing alcoholic beverage or two whilst listening to the hottest beats around. Throughout the afternoon, party-goers are treated to various acrobatic performances as well. If you’re looking to combine the nightlife for which Ibiza is famous for with gorgeous Spanish weather, there is no better place to party than O Beach Ibiza.

Popular Destinations Near Ibiza

  • Es Vedrà: This small uninhabited rocky island off the coast of Ibiza is shrouded in mystery and plucked directly from the storybooks. Since ancient history, Es Vedrà has been a noted location within several myths and legends. It is said to be the home of sirens and sea-nymphs that attempted to lure Ulysses from his ship in The Odyssey; the gateway to Atlantis; and also reputedly the birthplace of the Phoenician lunar goddess, Tanit — the divine patroness of Ibiza. While one might not be able to see a beautiful siren rising from the sea or Tanit’s apparition, one can certainly feel the magic in the air and the palpable feeling of peace when they make a visit to this mysteriously stunning island.

Best Neighborhoods in Ibiza

  • Dalt Vila: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dalt Vila, or “The Upper Town” packs 2,500 years of history in a fortified old town that offers stunning panoramic views and fascinating ancient stories. On entrance to the Plaza de Vila or the main square, visitors can find a treasure trove of restaurants, art galleries, and shops that sell homegrown and hand-crafted goods. Tourists can also trace the historic footsteps of the civilizations who inhabited the island before, stemming from the Phoenicians to the Moorish, by exploring the old medieval cathedral, castle, and its walls. Venture down the labyrinthine passageways of cobbled streets that permeate the town and discover the mystically beautiful nooks and crannies that are abundant with history. As you explore the deeper parts of the town, away from the commercial tourist areas, visitors can observe hanging washing lines, local children kicking a football around, and locals chattering in Catalan.
  • San Carlos: Once a hippy enclave in the “Swinging 60s” and “Disco 70s,” San Carlos still hangs on to its bohemian heritage with a sprinkle of modernity. Amble down the cobbled streets and discover the renowned Las Dalias market and established Bar Anita to the hidden gems of quaint restaurants, elegant art galleries, and a white-washed church surrounded by impeccable manicured lawns. Small and picturesque, yet enigmatic and eclectic — San Carlos is a mix of paradoxical traits creating a neighborhood vibe that cannot be missed.

Home-types in Ibiza

Ibiza has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Ibiza: