Last minute holidays to Ibiza

Last minute holidays to Ibiza

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Take a last minute trip to Ibiza for a quick dose of sunshine

If you need to get away in a hurry, why not try a last minute holiday in Ibiza? The White Island is sunny all year round, with plenty to keep you busy. Whether you're looking for family fun, a laid-back getaway or a wild party weekend, you'll have a great time on your Ibizan holiday. Read on for our top tips for making the most of a last minute getaway to Ibiza.

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Planning your last minute holidays in Ibiza

Why should I choose Ibiza for my getaway?

Ibiza is a great option for a last minute break. It's easy to get to, with direct flights available from several cities in the UK and Ireland. A flight from London is just two and a half hours, so you'll be lazing on the beach in no time. When you arrive, you'll find the ideal island destination. Ibiza is small enough that you can easily travel around, even if you don't have time to organise a hire car. If you're staying in holiday lettings in Ibiza near the capital, Ibiza Town, it'll take just 40 minutes to get the bus to the resort of San Antonio, on the opposite side of the island.

Where should I stay during my last minute trip to Ibiza?

When you're planning your last minute trip to Ibiza, you'll have to think about what you want to do. The easiest option is to stay near Ibiza Town. This is the capital of the island, and it's where you'll find legendary superclubs like Pacha and Ushuaïa. The nearby suburb of Cala Talamanca is a good choice if you want a compromise: you'll be close enough to get to the clubs, but by day, this beach village is quiet and relaxed. If you want non-stop clubbing without breaking the bank, try San Antonio. Finally, if you're craving an all-natural getaway, head to the north of the island. Towns like Portinatx are ideal for a more laid-back, relaxed trip.

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What to do during your last minute trip to Ibiza

Hit the clubs

For many travellers, Ibiza is synonymous with hedonism and wild parties. If you want top quality nightlife during your spontaneous trip to Ibiza, you won't be short of options. Some of the most famous clubs can be found in Ibiza Town. The pick of the bunch is Pacha, which has been a top notch destination for over 40 years. It's expensive - you can expect to pay around €15 for a beer, and mixed drinks will cost you a lot more - but a Pacha party is a one-of-a-kind experience. If you're on a budget, head to the West End of San Antonio, which offers cheap and cheerful fun.

Chill out on the beach

You're going on an island holiday, so of course you'll want to visit the beach. Luckily, there are some truly fabulous options to choose from during your last minute getaway in Ibiza. If you're staying in Ibiza Town, you can easily walk to Cala Talamanca or take a short bus ride to Playa d'en Bossa. These are both good options for watersports: you can rent a jet ski or a kayak, or just lounge about on the sand. For something a little more offbeat, head north to Benirràs. This is a favourite with Ibiza's hippy crowd. On Sundays, crowds come for the sunset drumming circles, a truly special experience.

Make waves at a stylish beach club

Ibiza's beach clubs are among the island's top attractions. The best beach clubs are an ideal choice for group holiday in Ibiza, as there's something for everyone, including gourmet restaurants, kids' clubs, water sports, relaxation zones and DJs spinning dance anthems. Among the most famous beach clubs, El Chiringuito focuses on food, with an amazing gourmet restaurant, while Cotton Beach Club is ideal for relaxing. At Cotton Beach Club or Blue Marlin, you may even spot a celebrity or two chilling out on a sunlounger.

Dine out, island-style

You're staying on an island, and that means delicious seafood is waiting for you. Traditional Ibizan cuisine uses all kinds of fish. Even rays play a starring role in the borrida de ratjada stew. It's not to everyone's taste, but don't worry: there are delicious desserts, too. Try flaó, the local version of cheesecake, made with sheep or goat's cheese and flavoured with aromatic mint.

FAQs: Last minute holidays in Ibiza

How can I get around Ibiza?

No time to rent a car? Don't worry. Ibiza has a good bus network that connects Ibiza Town to the airport, San Antonio and other destinations around the island. During the summer months, the Discobus service operates at night, taking worn-out partygoers home.

What kind of weather can I expect in Ibiza?

The weather in Ibiza is pretty mild all year round. In the summer months, you can expect highs of about 27°C, while in winter, temperatures rarely drop below 10°C. Rain is quite rare, so most visitors pack lightly.

Do I need to reserve in advance for restaurants and nights out in Ibiza?

It depends on when you're visiting. In July and August, it's worth booking ahead for restaurants and beach clubs. If you're going to a special event at a nightclub, like a performance from a star DJ, you'll also need to reserve in advance. If you're travelling outside the peak season, these reservations may not be necessary.

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