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Ibiza has become a playground for partygoers, but has also remained a beautiful preserved piece of nature, where the most beautiful beaches in the world can be found. Live the Ibiza experience fully in one of our luxury rental.

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A Paradise on Earth

This outrageously beautiful island, located in the Mediterranean Sea, just 70 km off of the coast of the city of Valencia, Spain, is a sight to see. As the third largest of the Balearic Islands, there is plenty to do and see on a trip to the area. Ibiza’s three largest cities are Ibiza Town, Santa Eularia des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany in which areas both design luxury villas and traditional fincas can be rented. The island is over five times the size of Mykonos, Greece and ten times the size of Manhattan Island.

World’s Clubbing Capital

As the clubbing capital of the world, Ibiza’s nightlife and electronic music have held true to its name in consistently producing a unique atmosphere and party scene. The most luxurious and famous clubs can be found on the island and you’d be a fool to miss out on the experience! Partying normally begins around midnight and continues on until dawn, sometimes ending in a rented luxury villas as some of them have their own built-in clubs . It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience unlike any other. Ibiza is the place to go for nights with endless music and dancing. Don’t be surprised if you rub shoulders with an internationally known star or DJ in one of its crowded clubs, as this is a norm in the area. Ibiza is a wonderful place where celebrities and patrons alike come to explore the island and experience the creative and outgoing party scene.

A Sweet Escape on the Beach

Shopping on the island is a must-do as well. In the local shops celebrities such as Kate Moss can be found browsing clothes. The shops offer clothing and designer products that you can’t find anywhere else in the world, so take your time to explore the fashion of the island. While Ibiza is most known for its party scene the beaches are also breathtakingly beautiful. You may find it difficult to decide which place you should spend more time, the beautiful beaches or the outstanding clubs, but in Ibiza you don’t have to choose. With bars on beaches and unlimited days of relaxing on the beach followed by finding your way to a nightclub, the relaxation and enjoyment never ends, unless you choose never to leave the pool area of your seaview ibiza luxury finca.

The beaches offer clear water and variety. Beaches vary from extremely white sand to small pebble sand, and many have areas that are rock-covered with shaded areas to swim. Mix up the beaches that you choose to go to every day, as there are over 80 options and with those options comes one of a kind, breathtaking views and different types of experiences. The atmospheres of the beaches can also vary, from a party scene to classy environment. Whatever your preference, have a taste of them all or find your perfect beach and don’t leave for the rest of your vacation!

Ibiza Has it All

There are many other experiences to be had while in Ibiza. If you are active there are plenty of options for you such as beaches dedicated to sports, scuba diving, hiking, yoga, and so much more. The island only offers the finest of things and you will be extremely happy with your stay on this luxurious island. The nightclubs, beaches, and restaurants are all the finest and most desired, so take your time to experience and enjoy!

Enjoy the best parties

If you want to chill and enjoy the hottest parties around, rent a house in Ibiza.We can offer you a raft of seaside holiday rentals in Ibiza, allowing you to make the most ofa place that’s one of a kind, living to the frenetic beat of the 24 hour party people crowd whilst at the same time offering a wonderfully laid-back lifestyle and great beaches

Ibiza holiday rentals

Organising a trip to Ibiza is very easy, given that the island is only 50 miles from the Spanish coast and that there’s an impressive selection of villa rentals in Ibiza. So, rather than booking a cheap hotel in Ibiza, your best option is to go for a villa rental in Ibiza or to rent a luxury apartment in Ibiza, for a weekend, an entire week or even longer!

Holiday in the sun in Ibiza

It’s impossible not to mention the mild, dry climate of this sun-drenched island. Why not enjoy an unforgettable week with family or friends in a villa with a pool. Our assortment of villas in Ibiza includes properties that can house up to twenty guests.


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Tourism in Ibiza expanded exponentially during the 20th century. Stars from all over the world have come to holiday here and Ibiza quickly became one of the most iconic of the Balearics. So, there’s no need to travel thousands of miles to find your own personal paradise. Make the most of the party atmosphere by staying in Ibiza town centre. If you prefer peace and quiet and would like to find a villa in Ibiza with a garden, you’ll just love the villages of Santa Eulalia, Saint Joseph and Santa Gertrudis… 

History and Culture

A Phoenician Territory

It all began in 654 BC, when Phoenician settlers made their way to what is now Ibiza. The Phoenician settlers first founded a port in the Balearic Islands, naming it Ibossim, dedicating its name to the god of the music and dance Bes. Eventually the Romans referred to it as Ebusus, followed by the Greeks – who came during the same time as the Phoenicians. The Greeks chose to call the two islands, Ibiza and Formentera, the “pityussae” or pine-covered islands. There was a decline of Phoenicians due to the Assyrian invasions, leading to Carthage (a former Phoenician colony) taking control of Ibiza. The island was then known for developing salt, fish sauce, dye and wool.

Caught Between Rome and Carthage

After 400 BC the remaining Balearic Islands entered Eivissa’s commercial orbit. During this time Ibiza was used as a major trading post along the Mediterranean routes and Ibiza started to establish its own trading stations along the neighboring Balearic island of Majorca. At these trading posts, a vast amount of Balearic mercenaries were hired to fight for Carthage.

In 208 BC, during the Second Punic War, the two Scipio brothers assaulted the island, but still remained loyal to Carthage. The Carthaginian military was failing on the Iberian mainland, leading to Ibiza being used by the fleeing Carthaginian General Mago in order to gather supplies and men before escaping to Menorca and Liguria. Ibiza was able to stop the destruction by negotiating a treaty with the Romans, allowing the continuation of its Carthaginian-Punic institutions through the Empire days, when it became a Roman municipality. Today, Ibiza features perfect examples of late Carthaginian-Punic civilization. The island became a peaceful imperial outpost during the Roman Empire, due to the removal of the important trading routes of the time.

The Muslim Influence

In 900, the Moors conquered the island, after the crumble of the Roman Empire and a short period of first Vandal, followed by Byzantine rule. During this time, the small amount of remaining locals converted to Islam and Berber settlers made their way in. Ibiza came in close contact with the closest port in the nearby Iberian Peninsula, the city of Denia, while under Islamic rule. Taifa of Denia administered the two areas jointly.

In the spring of 1110, the Norwegian King Sigurd I of Norway invaded the islands of Formentera and Menorca on his crusade to Jerusalem. In an effort to weaken the Muslim grip on the Iberian peninsula, King Sigurd I had previously conquered the cities of Lisbon, Alcacer do Sal and Sintra, giving them over to Christian rulers.

The Catalan Domination

In 1235, Ibiza was conquered by King James I of Aragon and so fell under the domination of the Catalans. New Christian colonies were brought in from Girona, pushing out the local Muslim population, who were deported with neighboring Mallorca and the mainland Levant. Under the rule of the Catalans, the island was neglected and was often attacked by pirates. As a result, the local population built fortified walls and watch towers to defend itself.

At the beginning of the 18th century, the War of Spanish Succession led to the victory of the Castilian. In 1715, King Philip V of Spain abolished the local government’s autonomy and a period of repression and persecutions against the former Catalan territories started to erase their language and customs. In the meantime, a long time of economic prosperity began.

The Tourism Boom

The island remained relatively spared from the Spanish Civil War and the two World Wars. In the late fifties, it’s speculated that free thinking brought writers, artists and musicians on the land, fleeing the fascist rule of general Franco. In the sixties when tourism started to bloom, Ibiza attracted a lot of hippies from all over  the world. The tribes of free thinkers settled in areas like Ibiza Town, San Carlos, San Juan and La Mola. The hippies are to thank for the creation of big clubs like Pacha and Amnesia.

In the late seventies democracy arrived, leading to the Statute of Autonomy of the Balearic Islands. The island is now part of the Balearic Autonomous Community, with Menorca, Formentera, and Majorca falling into this category. It has remained a very liberal and open minded place.

Things to do

Ibiza International Film Festival

Taking place every spring since 2007, this independent event promotes all kinds of movies from around the world. The festival supports independent moviemakers and anything from comedy to horror can be found during this exciting event.

An award ceremony also takes place during the festival, where both the unknown and professionals have the opportunity to win awards based on the opinions of a panel and audience votes. A very exciting and worthwhile event to attend if you are around.

Ibiza Carnival

In February and March, a large event is hosted to celebrate the end of winter and beginning of spring. This extremely large festival takes place in the centre of Ibiza. It attracts crowds of people from the area as well as tourists. The majority of attendees dress in brightly colored costumes and participate in the parades down the historic streets. Everyone can be seen having a wonderful time, dancing, laughing, singing, or enjoying one another and the atmosphere that this unforgettable experience offers. The festival takes place throughout the entire day and continues into the early hours of the morning.

Eivissa Medieval Festival

One of the biggest events in Ibiza. The festival is focused in Dalt Vila and there are hundreds of mini events within the main festival. The festival celebrates the UNESCO world heritage title of Dalt Vila. This event is fun for people of all ages, with unlimited choices of things to see and do. There are numerous creative costumes, a medieval market, exciting parades, interesting dancers, as well as interesting street performers (and so much more). One of the best festivals in Ibiza, catering to the whole family- with so much to do you won’t know which to choose!

Corpus Christi

The origins of this festival are religious although today the exciting events and colors of the festival are more in line with current and basic traditions. In the  town square you will see the main event of the festival, which is the “Dance of the Eagles.” This is a sight to see if you’re interested in the history or religious traditions of the area.

Semana Santa

Another religious festival, taking place on Maundy Thursday. If you make time to attend this event you will see a procession leaving the church with a crucifix in hand. Followed by departing from the church, the crucifix is paraded through the town. The parades and events become more spread out and can be seen around town on Good Friday. The event takes place in remembrance of the ‘true reason’ for celebrating Easter.

Places to see

Scuba Diving

Ibiza offers perfect conditions for a clear and warm swim in the water. There are diving areas all over the island which feature rich marine biodiversity. The underwater Posidonia meadows with their specific seagrass are very important in the preservation of the ecosystem, but also in the tourism since they are at the origin of the clear water. The island’s coasts are also hosting vestiges of the numerous civilisations which settled in such as the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians.


Ibiza is well-known for its beaches and for good reason. No other place can compare to it, with 80 beaches packed around its small coastline. You can find anything from rocky coves and pebbles for sand, to the whitest and finest sand on this beautiful island. All of the different beaches have one thing in common: they are surrounded by unbelievably beautiful sea views. With so many options at hand, you’re bound to find something fitting your tastes.


Ibiza is known as the clubbing capital of the world. Internationally known DJs and producers make their way to the island to play at the numerous nightclubs that Ibiza offers. Many of the most well-known DJs even have their own weekly nights at clubs throughout the island. Ibiza is a place commonly used by DJs to release new songs for the first time. The most commonly played genres are house, trance, dance, and techno, all stemming from electronic dance music. Ibiza has even developed renowned worldwide fame as a cultural center for trance and house. The city’s name is commonly used as a metonym for the specific style of electronic music that originated in Ibiza.

In other areas of the island, underground music parties are the norm. Those who enjoy these parties are the numerous international artists, travelers, and musicians interested in the uniquely creative environment that Ibiza has to offer.

Iglesia de Sant Rafel

The exceptionally beautiful church located in the town center of Ibiza dates back from the late 18th century. Not only is the church itself beautiful, but the views inside and outside over the lands are also gorgeous.

Es Vedra

Es Vedra is a small uninhabited rocky island, part of the Cala d’Hort nature reserve. It is worth watching the sunset on the astonishing rock. Take a yacht around it, admire it from the beach, or hike to the top of another beach to spot it, and maybe you will be able to see the sirens who are said to have tried to lure Odysseus from his ship in Homer’s Greek Odyssey.

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