For a fabulous family holiday in Ibiza why not try self-catering holiday homes in Spain, booked direct? Ibiza isn’t just the clubbing capital of Europe as many families who book a holiday villa rental Spain here have discovered. Most holidaymakers who book holiday rentals on Ibiza beachfront come for Ibiza’s other attractions such as the amazing weather and beautiful beaches and they find it is a fantastic family holiday destination. Whether you want a luxury villa rental in Spain or a small apartment you are sure to find something to suit your taste and budget.
For holidaymakers with younger children villa holiday rentals on Ibiza beachfront can be a perfect alternative to hotel accommodation. Private apartment holiday homes in Spain can also be a good choice as the facilities provided in both sorts of accommodation tend to be similar. This will usually include useful kitchen facilities including clothes washing and drying facilities, television and DVD player, child-friendly items like high chairs and cots and access to a swimming pool. Having all the equipment that you are used to having at home can make a holiday less stressful. It is like a home-from-home in a perfect setting with wonderful weather!
Ibiza has many resorts which are recommended for families who are looking for a beach holiday. One such resort is Cala Vadella which is a popular resort to book apartment holiday homes in Spain or a holiday villa rental Spain with those who are seeking a peaceful holiday. It has a beautiful, sandy, protected bay and is on the west coast of the island. It has good bathing facilities and many water sports are available for those who are feeling energetic. Another family resort is Puerto de San Miguel which has a broad sandy beach which is protected by the surrounding cliffs. No matter which resort you decide on you may want to see the sights in other areas so why not try hiring a car so you can explore the island?
For families who choose a holiday homes in Spain in Ibiza they will find that there are plenty of things to do for all of the family. Try taking a water-taxi or bus and exploring some of the unspoilt towns and villages which are still virtually untouched by tourism. If the kids get bored with the beach and water sports, try a visit to the C’an Marca Caves which are located on the north end of the island by the Puerto de San Miguel Beach. The fantastic view you get as you walk down the steps to the cave entrance is worth the trip. Inside there are many levels of golden walls which are lined with stalactites and stalagmites.
You will be spoilt for choice if you want to get away Villaspot from your holiday homes in Spain or your holiday villa rental Spain for a day out. Try taking a tour of Ibiza’s northern coast – visit the beautiful village of San Mateo which is surrounded by majestic mountain ranges, leading to craggy cliffs where you can get stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Further north is Santa Agnes, which has not been touched by mass tourism, where you can get views of almond groves and spectacular mountain ranges. If you are feeling adventurous you can hire a motor boat and visit Es Vedra which is an island rock off the southwest coast of Ibiza. There are various myths and legends surrounding this rock and some people believe it has mysterious magnetic forces, so why not go and see for yourself!
Many holidaymakers who book holiday rentals on Ibiza beachfront find that hiring a car can improve their holiday experience. It is tempting not to move far from your rented holiday homes in Spain but there is so much more to appreciate if you can get out and about easily. The island is only 45 km long and 25 km wide, so if you plan your route you really can see a lot of the island in one day. If you plan to hire a car we recommend that you book before you travel as car-hire is very popular especially in the peak holiday season.