Apartments in Ibiza: Sunny accommodations
Ibiza is an island located in the Mediterranean. Together with Mallorca, Menorca, Formentera and other smaller islands, they form the Balearic Islands Archipelago. The irregular morphology consisting of various mountains, of which Sa Talaia located in the municipality of San José is the tallest at 475 meters, attracts people who love hiking or mountaineering. The climate is mild with hot summers and a pleasant winter. The beautiful landscape is world renowned, as well as the coves and beaches whose warm, transparent water become magnets for tourists.
Some of the most famous nightclubs are Pachá, Space, Amnesia, Es Paradís, Privilege Ibiza, Café del Mar and Ushuaïa Ibiza. The street markets, like Las Dalias and Es Caná are popular events that grab people's attention. The local cuisine is another of the island's strong points, with dishes based on lamb, pork and fish. There are also great local wines and other typical drinks that you will have the chance to enjoy if you rent one of our charming Ibiza apartments, if you are thinking about taking a getaway.
Accommodation in Ibiza
Ibiza accommodation is varied, Only-apartments has the best selection for your holidays. We have both luxurious and more modest apartments that come furnished and fully equipped. The apartments are suitable for families, groups of friends or couples. For those who travel lighter we also offer excellent studios. Our apartments are located in the best areas of the city, so don't forget to book far enough in advance.
Places to go in Ibiza
- Santa Eulalia del Río is located in the eastern part of the island. It has the only river in all of the Balearic Islands. Its 17 beaches are a delight for tourists, among which you can find Santa Eulalia, Cala Nova, and Río de Santa Eulalia. They are great for water sports and resting, and you can also go hiking, take a bike tour or visit the artisan markets. If you want to learn more about its history stop by the Church on the top of Puig de Missa, built in the sixteenth century as well as its adjoining tower. There are also many bars, nightclubs and good restaurants to enjoy at night.
- Sant Antoni de Portmany is one of the most well-known places by Europeans. It has an incredible bay and used to be a fishing town until the beginning of the 60s. Today it offers a wide range of tourist services. At the heart of the city is the Passeig de ses Fonts. The ses Fontanelles cave, located between sa Forada and the Cap Nono, is home to a collection of cave paintings. If you want to have a good time stop by the bars, restaurants and all different kinds of shops, among which you can find Ibizan fashion and hand-embroidered fabrics, leather and ceramic work and a range of cheeses, spirits or local wines.
- In Bahía de San Antonio you're never far away from the beach. It has five beaches within walking distance and bars open until late. You can take the ferry to a different beach, like Cala Conta or Cala Bassa, they leave every hour from various mooring points. Es Puet Beach, located in the San Antonio Bay, has a boardwalk, sunbeds, parasols, showers, lifeguards, handicap access, bars and shops and you can also rent paddle boats, go water skiing, banana-boating and go fishing from the small jetty next to the bar or just simply feed the fish.
- Sas Figueretas beaches are located 15 minutes south of the city of Ibiza by foot, where you can find the touristic neighborhood called Figueretas. It has a boardwalk, sunbeds, parasols, showers, handicap access, restaurants, bars, shops and kayaks. The boardwalk comes to life at night with the artisan craft stalls and various restaurants.
- Sant Josep de sa Talaia is a town located in the southeast of the island where the island's airport is located. It has 84 kilometers of coastline, the Sa Talaia Mountain and excellent tourist services. There are also impressive archaeological remains, such as the Sa Caleta Phoenician ruins from the seventh century BC. Specializing in ecotourism, you can also go windsurfing, diving, mountain biking or hiking.
- Portinatx is one of the most naturally charming places on Ibiza. With extraordinary views and a coastline with high rocks and a white sandy seabed, the crystalline waters are ideal for snorkeling. The beaches have sunbeds, parasols, showers, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards, and handicap access. If you enjoy nightlife, there are pubs, bars and nightclubs that are open until sunrise.
- Playa d'en Bossa is located 7 minutes from the airport. Famous for the Space and Ushuaïa nightclubs, it also has the most extensive beach on the island and an enormous range of beach bars with Balinese beds, good service and excellent DJs. If you like dancing, Bora Bora is the fashionable place for dancing on the sand. If you like to try new adventures then you can rent jet skis, catamarans or standup paddleboards.
- San Miguel de Balansat is a small rural town whose icon is the Church of San Miguel, raised on the Puig de Missa hill. Built in the fourteenth century, it's known for their religiously motivated frescoes. The San Miguel Port is located in the north; there you can find the Cave of Marçá, a former haven for smugglers.
- San Rafael is a quiet and residential town, however it also has the two most well-known nightclubs: Amnesia and Privilege. For those who love fine cuisine it offers a variety of typical and international food.
- Es Caná is situated on the east coast of the island. The beach consists of a half moon of golden sand surrounded by pine trees, the perfect place for relaxing with a cool drink at one of the bars. For those seeking more adventurous activities, you can go water skiing, parasailing or windsurfing. It has beautiful virgin beaches accessible by foot. It's an ideal place for renting one of our beachfront apartments in Ibiza.
- Roca Llisa is an urbanization belonging to the Santa Eulalia municipality, located 16 kilometers from the airport. It has an 18-hole golf course and clubhouse with a restaurant and bar, pro-shop and changing rooms.
- Our Ibiza apartments are located close to all of these locations. They are the most inexpensive on the market and have excellent installations with a sophisticated atmosphere for experiencing the best moments of this year in style.
How to get to Ibiza
- The airport in Ibiza is located 7.5 kilometers from the city. To get to the bus station in Ibiza Town you take bus line number 10. The journey costs €3.50 and the buses leave every 30 minutes during low season and every 20 minutes in high season.
- You can also take the ferry from Barcelona, Mallorca, Menorca, Formentera and Valencia to the port of Ibiza. From Barcelona the trip takes almost 8 hours But there are private cabins or armchairs for your comfort.