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Ibiza recommendations please

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sweetheart · 06/01/2020 16:15

Trying to narrow down a place for a summer break so wondering if I can pick your brains - there might be a few of these on the horizon Grin

So Ibiza - not the clubby, tacky part full of pissed up teenagers - the nice vibrant family friendly parts please?

Looking for a good resort that has beach, lots of nice al fresco dining and maybe some water sports on offer.

Accomodation recommendations also welcome - would prefer 2 bedrooms so probably looking at a villa / aprtment type thing rather than 2 hotel rooms but deffo needs a pool.

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boilingkettle · 09/01/2020 20:03

We have been to Port San Miguel in the North staying at the Balansat apartments. I found them very nice but we were there in May so no idea what it’s like peak season. The only disadvantage was there was a hotel across the cove which put on loud entertainment at night - we tended to visit Ibiza town or other places around the island in the evenings but the few nights we were there I found it a nuisance...
Cala vadella is on south west coast and just gorgeous. I’m not sure how much choice there is re apartments but I loved it there and would have no qualms about going back.

Twobigsapphires · 09/01/2020 20:50

Def Port San Miguel. Beautiful but not great if you have mobility issues due to a lot of hotels being on a hill.

lashy · 09/01/2020 21:00

First Choice Holiday Village, Sirenis Hotel.
Great pool activities for kids with access to an aqua park on site. Nice food, very clean and also has decent daily activities and evening entertainments for all.
Location is fab too.

Lozz22 · 20/01/2020 21:27

Hotel Sirenis in cala Llonga. It's quiet, lovely for children and the kids pool looks really good. It's literally a stones throw away from the beach. Food is nice with a varied choice and a different roast each day. The meats are cooked to perfection. There's a bus stop at the other side of the beach and also a land train too which takes you on a tour around the island. A jetty to get a water taxi which is a bit expensive but worth the experience too. It's also the first drop off on the bus from the airport and the last pick up too which is always a bonus. There's also some really nice walks too. To look at it you wouldn't think so but me and my Mum found loads of different ones to do for the 11 days we were there. I've being trying to price up a few nights in May for my birthday but I'm going to Paris at the beginning of the month so can't afford it. Shame because I couldn't think of a better place to spend it

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