Affordable one-way flights to Ibiza
Ibiza has a reputation as the cool kid of the Balearics. While it's undeniable that the clubbing scene in San Antonio is one of the best in the world, there are other sides to Ibiza that shouldn't be overlooked.
Cultural excursions, brushes with nature, and active adventures are all on the cards on this beautiful island, and there’s even plenty to do for kids. But of course, there’s an endless choice of sizzling parties to attend too, making Ibiza an island that offers a perfect combination of sun, fun and relaxation.
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Es Cana attracts laidback types who want to relax on the long stretch of sand or perhaps try some water sports. In contrast, the big daddy of Ibiza, San Antonio, is revered for its big name clubs and vibrant bars, the San Antonio Bay beach holds its own as one of the best on the island too. For a happy medium, Playa d'en Bossa manages to please everyone.
Party people will love the beachfront bars, whereas families flock here for the safe sands and splashtastic waterpark. While the island has a unique buzz, there are plenty of places to escape to for a spot of peace and tranquillity surrounded by nature or culture. Whether you want to experience the quieter side of Ibiza, or can't wait to jump right into the clubbing action, cheap flights to Ibiza from Thomascook Airlines will get you there.
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Top 5 things to do in Ibiza
Ibiza is home to some of the Balearic Islands’ best beaches. Spend the day sunbathing on the hot sands or take to the waters with some surfing, snorkelling or windsurfing, or even try out Ibiza’s exhilarating new water sport – flyboarding.
Es Cana’s hippie market
Head to Es Cana’s famous hippie market and browse the hundreds of stalls selling everything from handmade jewellery and cotton clothing to unique art and seashells. It’s the perfect place to pick up a trinket or two to take home.
Party nights in Ibiza
For a taste of the Ibiza party scene, first grab a beach bed for cocktails on the sands, before moving on to your choice of Ibiza club. Choose from the world-famous dancefloors of Pacha, Space, Amnesia, Es Paradis, Ibiza Rocks and more, and let down your hair for a night of sizzling holiday fun.
Ses Salines Natural Park
Pass up the parties for a slice of nature, Ibiza is definitely not short of it. Go hiking in the Ses Salines Natural Park, it’s a must for avid wildlife spotters, whereas the fragrant Els Amunts countryside is a bird-watcher's dream.
Just ten minutes’ drive from Es Cana and you can be in cosmopolitan Santa Eulalia. This upmarket White Isle resort is the place to yacht watch while sipping champagne, browse boutiques and galleries or dine on fresh seafood while the sun sets over the smart marina.
10 facts about Ibiza
Ibiza has earned the nicknames of the White Isle for its stunningly soft, white sands and The Magic Isle for its undeniable charm and bewitching beauty.
The picturesque Ibiza Town is where tiny galleries and cafés line the cobbled streets and a medieval fortress towers over the action.
Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands and despite being just one-sixth the size of Majorca, it certainly makes up for it in personality.
The uninhabited nature reserve Es Vedra is a beautiful island off the coast of Ibiza home to wild goats and stunning paradise scenery.
Some of the world’s most famous DJs perform in the clubs of San Antonio. The best time to go for a party is May to October.
The closest Balearic Island to Ibiza is Formentera. Regular ferry rides take visitors across for daytrips to enjoy the tranquil turquoise waves.
Puig de Missa in Santa Eulalia is a quaint church on top of a hill with great views and beautiful religious artwork that many tourists trek to see.
Ibiza Horse Valley is a friendly horse sanctuary offering horse riding treks across the beaches and countryside of Ibiza.
Ibiza Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to many ancient religious sites like the 23m high monument of Christ, the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
The 12th century Castle of Ibiza features impressive medieval architecture with Islamic influences and offers visitors breath-taking views of the island.