A luxury holiday in Ibiza is undoubtedly shaped by the region. In the north, visitors are drawn to traditional coastal town of Santa Eulalia del Río. On the south coast, Ibiza Town beckons with its celebrated architecture and vast array of historical sites, and in the south, San Antonio offers a vibrant lifestyle filled with restaurants, amazing beaches and world famous parties.

Home to world class restaurants, San Antonio and all of Ibiza are havens for foodies and lovers of idyllic scenery and grand architecture. Positioned on the coast, San Antonio has several pretty beaches and a wealth of must-see attractions, like the Santa Eulalia del Río of San Antonio. Like San Antonio, Ibiza Town has a dense cluster of heritage sites like the Dalt Vila.

Enjoy a walking tour around Ibiza Town, a stylish district with theatres, historic monuments and exclusive shopping outlets, or make your way up to Castell De Eivissa, which sits on a hilltop overlooking the city. If you fancy a little seaside fun, you can visit Las Salinas for sunbathingand enjoy one of the finest stretches of sand on the Ibiza coast.


A popular time to visit Ibiza is from June to September when the weather is gloriously hot. Temperatures often soar above 30 degrees, ideal for lounging by the sea. For a cooler climate, April, May and October work well with temperatures in the mid-20s.

Don't discount the winter season either, November to March is great for exploring, adventuring and hiking. The Balearic Islands enjoy a warm climate all year round with temperatures averaging above 20 degrees. From June to September, the islands are at their warmest, hovering around 30 degrees.


Balearic cuisine is infused with both a Meditteranean influence, and ingredients procured from global markets. Fresh seafood, smoked meats, exotic spices, and pastries define many celebrated Ibician dishes, and tasting each and every one of them is a mission that you'll enjoy.