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Ibiza's towns, resorts and villages

All you need to know to decide where to stay and which places, restaurants, bars and clubs to visit - brought to you by the Spotlight team, who all live on the island!

  • Ibiza Town (Eivissa)

    Ibiza Town really does have it all. Night and day this city weaves its magic with the sheer diversity of what’s here and what you can do and see.

  • San Antonio, Ibiza

    San Antonio is a lively resort set in a beautiful open bay, with legendary sunset cafés and clubs, a huge amount of water activities and a contagious...

  • Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza

    Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular resort on Ibiza. Home to famous clubs like Ushuaia and boasting the longest beach on the island dotted with cool...

  • San Antonio Bay, Ibiza

    The Bay of San Antonio is famed for being one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, with a relaxed friendly atmosphere...

  • Santa Eulalia, Ibiza

    Santa Eulalia, a beautiful town and resort on the East coast of the island, is popular with families and those looking for a quieter holiday.

Resort Guides

Ibiza Town really does have it all. Night and day this city weaves its magic with the sheer...
Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular resort on Ibiza. Home to famous clubs like Ushuaia and...
Figueretas is a small suburb of Ibiza Town with an international mixture of tourists and locals and...
The picturesque bay of Talamanca is just 15 minutes walk along the marina from Ibiza Town. A...
San Antonio is a lively resort set in a beautiful open bay, with legendary sunset cafés and clubs,...
Santa Eulalia, a beautiful town and resort on the East coast of the island, is popular with...
The Bay of San Antonio is famed for being one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, with a...
This beautiful and protected bay on the West coast has a few hotels and apartments and a small...
A small friendly resort with a good choice of bars and restaurants, a crescent-shaped sandy beach,...
Cala Llonga is a complete mini resort with a magnificent wide sandy beach borders the immensely...
Portinatx is a complete mini resort, offering crystal clear waters and stunning scenery, with...
Puerto de San Miguel has a broad sandy beach protected by the surrounding cliffs. A favourite for...
This beautiful, sandy bay on the West coast has a few hotels, apartments and shops. Peaceful and...
The lovely village San José sits high in the hills in the centre of the same-named borough and has...
Jesús is a vibrant village near Talamanca, a favourite with the locals with a great choice of...
This charming village lies on the geographical middle point of the island, and is very aptly a much...
A traditional Ibizan village with a fine old church and pretty central square right next to Playa d...
San Juan really is the last village in Ibiza. Arrive here and the only place left to go is the...
The small village of San Rafael can be found on the main road between Ibiza town and San Antonio.
A rather small but very well-known village north of Santa Eulalia, meeting point for hippies and...
San Miguel is truly the gateway to the less developed, rugged coast of the north of Ibiza.
Santa Inés (Santa Agnès en Catalan) lies to the north of San Antonio in a very fertile region, far...
San Agustín is one of the prettiest villages on the island, with its fine traditional architecture...
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