5 things to do with your family in Ibiza, Spain

5 things to do with your family in Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is known as the island of fun , but it is also a popular destination for families who appreciate its beautiful beaches. It is an ideal natural paradise for those who love adventure: do not miss the trails where you can go trekking or biking , admiring the sea, and above all, devote time to visit the Cova de Can Marsa, a cave full of fossils, limestone formations and ponds under the ground.

Alternatively, how about visiting one of the theme parks? Children can spend hours on the water slides and in the pools, while their parents relax. Ibiza is also famous for its colorful hippie markets, many of which are equipped with playgrounds for the little ones. Read about our suggested family activities in Ibiza.

1 Aguamar Waterpark

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1 Aguamar Waterpark

Aguamar Water Park is located in Playa den Bossa and is one of the largest theme parks in Ibiza. Kamikaze, Black Hole, Spiral, Rio Ventura and Spiro Tubo are some of the most famous slides. Adults can relax on the lounge chairs while kids splash around in the pools beside them. In the park you will find picnic areas, and restaurants and bars serving typical Spanish dishes during the day. Tickets cost 18€ for adults and 10€ for children under 12 years old.

2. Snorkeling in Cala Bassa

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2. Snorkeling in Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa is a beautiful sandy beach on the west coast of Ibiza. Thanks to the shape of this beach, you can swim and snorkel safely and admire the colors of underwater life. On the promenade there are stores selling beachwear, souvenirs and accessories. Cala Bassa is also famous for its bathing establishments, where you can rent deck chairs, listen to live music and enjoy the wonderful sunset over the Mediterranean Sea. Mini ferries from Sant Antoni sail to Cala Bassa throughout the year, but the best months to visit are definitely May, June and September, away from the crowds during the hottest months.

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3. Picnic on the beach

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3. Picnic on the Beach

The coast of Ibiza boasts the beauty of 80 beaches . Located 25 km northeast of Ibiza town, Cala Llena is a favorite beach of locals on weekends and holidays, as it is relatively far from the most popular tourist areas . Its calm waters are ideal for snorkeling, jet skiing and swimming, and the pine forests offer fantastic picnics. Cala Llenya is also famous for its restaurants with terraces overlooking the sea.

4. Cova de Can Marsa

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4. Cova de Can Marsa

If you are an adventurer, you can not miss the Cova de Can Marca, where you will discover underground lakes and unique formations dating back to the Stone Age. Once used by traders to hide contraband, it is now considered the largest cave system in Ibiza, where the ensemble of underground lakes with emerald water is certainly the highlight of this cave. Admission to the Cova de Can Marca costs about 20 euros for adults and 10 euros for children from 3 to 12 years old.

5. Take part in a jeep safari

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A Jeep safari in Ibiza will allow you to discover little-known routes of the interior and the coast overlooking the sea, and a local guide will tell you pleasant anecdotes and information about the history and the natural landscape of the island. You can choose between a 6-hour or 4.5-hour tour that includes lunch and hotel transfers. The jeep stops at the most famous spots on the island where you can take as many pictures as you want! Because of the rather bumpy nature of the route, Ibiza Jeep Safari is suitable for children aged 6 years and older. Tours are available in English, Spanish, German, Dutch and French . Fares start at €74 for adults and €62 for children.

10 must-see places in Ibiza

The most interesting points on the map of the island of love and freedom.

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The capital of club culture on the planet, Ibiza lives in a flow of special energetic vibrations, and twice a year – during the opening and closing seasons – the legendary island experiences a real boom. End of September – beginning of October – time of “closing parties” of the main Ibiza projects and an occasion to go to the island of love and freedom, where a paradoxical mix of luxury formats and democratic stories for the true cosmopolitan creates an atmosphere of respectable Cote d’Azur and underground Goa simultaneously.

Ibiza is traditionally considered a must-see for the most fashionable and energetic people. Everyone who is not afraid to succumb to the inexplicable charm of Europe’s most popular place for downtime, will find something to do here. Elle.ru with the support of Ibiza.ru, the main Russian-language resource about Ibiza and the tourist center of the destination, made the top 10 must-see places which can bring you closer to understanding the island’s special philosophy. Let’s follow strictly the route of the places, guaranteeing the experience, changing the consciousness!

Ushuaia

In Ibiza there are practically no such concepts as Friday and Saturday parties – all the most interesting things can happen to you any day of the week. The world’s best DJs at the Ushuaia club hotel are a must-see – the large-scale action takes place under the open sky with planes overhead coming in for a landing. What’s most amazing is that for a few hours, from 4 p.m. until midnight, the premium hotel turns into the island’s best clubbing venue. Given that no one ever goes to bed in Ibiza at 12am, there is no need to worry about the peace of mind of the hotel guests – they usually take great pleasure in using their balconies as a makeshift VIP-zone. Another option to create an oasis of relative relaxation overlooking the euphoric crowd is to book a table in one of the elegant restaurants of The Ushuaïa Club project. At Minami Japanese restaurant for example, where the minimalist Oriental decor, mirrored in bamboo water and Zen atmosphere is the right backdrop for the best rolls in Ibiza and creative ‘nouvelle cuisine’ specialities such as the deliciously tender cod in carrot sauce. With dinner reservations for 8pm – 9pm you’re right in the middle of the action, watching the Ushuaia speciality parties from the terrace or through the glass walls. By midnight it’s all over – Ushuaia is considered a place for daytime parties – so once you’ve caught the right wave of the approaching night, you need to look for a continuation. The most obvious option is the rooftop of the neighboring hotel called Ushuaia Tower, which hosts the island’s only rooftop parties.

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Blue Marlin.

Not the most budget-friendly option for the island’s discerning guests, the legendary Blue Marlin Ibiza is more than a beach club. Situated by the sea in one of Ibiza’s most fashionable areas, the Blue Marlin offers all 33 pleasures – you can spend an entire day here from dawn to dusk, changing minds incrementally. Delicious breakfasts and lunches at noon, a glass of ice-cold rosé to the best DJ sets for brunch, and sun-sea beach, but with the special comfort of white-painted sunbeds, tents and couches for a few hundred euros. By evening you’ll be ready for the big swim – the warmed-up crowd is dancing away on the couches and dance floor. Despite the premium format it is always crowded – there are a lot of people wishing to taste the classic Dolce Vita. Impeccable service and the freshest seafood are very encouraging for the desire to go to the break away beautifully. The people here are naturally brilliant and the guests include world class stars such as Zidane and Banderas.

Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena

Of all the accommodation options in Ibiza, the Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena 5* is the most unconventional and refined. For a long time, the oldest luxury hotel on the island has been the main point of respectable vacation – and it remains so to this day. Don’t expect hackneyed formats with vibrating streams of musical euphoria from night to morning – this is another Ibiza. An oasis of tranquility, pristine beauty, eco-tradition and unparalleled elegance, the hotel is a unique space with hundreds of meters of terraces and chill-out rooms of varying caliber on a huge rock overlooking the surface of a beautiful bay. Bohemian style, discreet luxury with oriental accents in the interior in the form of arches and galleries, luxurious cascades of thermal pools and Jacuzzi at 180 meters above sea level – an amazing hotel locale in a dense pine forest on the cliff edge attracts celebrity guests, whose names are kept here in strictest confidence.

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