This tour shines the spotlight on all four corners of the island. Calling by Las Salinas, Portinax and San Miguel, you'll also stop by the party town of San Antonio or upscale Santa Eulalia.In the morning, you'll pass by the snowy-white salt flats of Las Salinas. A huge patchwork of wetlands, it was the isle's chief earner for over 2,000 years. In the cutesy village of San Jose, you can grab a coffee in the town square or visit the attention-grabbing 18th century fortress church.After a short photo stop in San Antonio or Santa Eulalia – depending on your departure point – you'll enjoy lunch in the pretty coastal resort of Portinatx. Your final stop is the port of San Miguel and the Caves of Can Marca. A tour of the caves rounds off with a short sound and light show before heading back to resort.
Beautiful views, the sea breeze and a glass of bubbly are all the ingredients you need for a relaxing evening cruise along Ibiza's spectacular western coast. It's the ideal way to really make the most of the evening – chilling out and enjoying the scenery while you get the chance to see a stunning Mediterranean sunset. Once you set foot back on dry land, why not check out the funky and famous west end, hit the strip, or party ‘til dawn in classic superclubs like Es Paradis or Eden.
Raise a toast to your holiday in Ibiza with this stylish sunset cruise. You'll hop aboard to sail past San Antonio and the west coast, where with luck, you'll catch the orange sun dip into the Med. Meanwhile, live saxophone music and a DJ set complete the atmosphere.
This island tour is the perfect introduction to the many sides of Ibiza. You'll tick off panoramic spots, pass by some of the island's famed beaches, and even have time for a browse around the hippy market. It's the best of Ibiza wrapped up in one non-stop day.You'll be picked up and whisked off on your island adventure, which will include a stop at the snowy-white salt flats of Las Salinas. Admire the huge patchwork of wetlands surrounded by sand dunes and pine forests. And then head off to the tiny village of San Jose, neatly tucked beneath the island's largest mountain, Sa Talaia, for some free time to amble around the church or grab a coffee.During your travels, you'll also pass by Sa Caleta with its red-coloured cliffs and Portinatx or Cala de Sant Vicent, depending on which way you're going. Finally, you'll stop off at the hippy market, either Las Dalias on Saturday or Punta Arabi on Wednesday, for a stroll among the many stalls.
Family days out are what holidays are all about, and this half-day catamaran trip has every member of the clan covered. Board the glass-bottom catamaran boat and kids can spot the fish in the submarine viewing chambers and enter the drawing competition – there's a prize at the end of the day. Your host will spin you a tale or two as you sail along the west coast and check out the many beautiful coves and caves. There's time to cool off in the blue waters or relax as you sip sangria and listen to some of the legends surrounding the mysterious Es Vedra. Once we reach Cala Conta bay, you can step ashore for some lunch or a spot more sunbathing.
Blemish-free beaches, sleepy harbour towns, and a go-slow pace as standard – Formentera may only be a stone's throw from Ibiza, but it's a million miles away in personality. Sail over to the smallest of Spain's Balearic Islands to swim in see-through waters, sample local food and see all the top sights of this easy-on-the-eye isle.
The old walled fortress perched at the top of Ibiza town is an atmospheric tangle of cobbled lanes normally only accessible by foot. Known as Dalt Vila, it's mostly residential but as you explore it, you'll discover the cultural sights tucked away along the narrow streets. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.Or perhaps you'd prefer to browse the designer boutiques and luxury shops of the more modern Marina district down by the harbour. It's a vibrant and elegant area lined with waterfront cafés, bars and restaurants. After a couple of hours in the old town, you'll head for the famous Las Dalias Hippy Market. More of an institution than a market, it's a real potpourri of artisans and artists who design, make and sell their own handicrafts. Here you can pick up everything from beads and bangles to original paintings of local beauty spots.
This sunset catamaran cruise promises the chilled-out Formentera vibe, but in the middle of the Med. You'll sail out towards Espalmador, then kick off your flip-flops for dinner, drinks and DJ music. And what's more, after a swim stop, you'll be treated to a dazzling sunset to round off the night.
Visit Ibiza's legendary Hippy Market and enjoy a 4x4 tour of the island in the process. Kicking off in Sant Llorenç, you'll explore the best bits of the north, east and west, enjoy a picnic and beach stop while leaning all about its history and legends. Roam through dirt tracks and village streets en route to the market for free time to poke around.
Sunset, music, barbecues and the sound of the sea – this afternoon catamaran cruise promises the chilled-out Ibiza vibe but in the middle of the Med. You'll sail out towards Espalmador, then kick off your flip flops for dinner, drinks, DJ music and sunset skies above.Leaving the sun-soaked shores of Ibiza behind, you'll skim the surface of the bright blue Med as you set sail towards the virgin island of Espalmador along Playa d'en Bossa. You'll moor up so that you can step off and explore its postcard white sandy beach and freshen up as your crew gets dinner underway.Back on board, and you'll get to tuck into a fresh barbecue of meat, fish, salads and fresh fruit as we sail the seas. There are plenty of photo opportunities along the way – think turquoise seas and inlets as the backdrop - and the chance to take one last dip before sailing back through the sunset. DJ music completes the scene.
The baby of the Balearics, Formentera is a world away from the other islands. It's like the tourist boom of the 60s and 70s never happened. There are no highrise hotels and locals zip from one idyllic beach to another in scooters. You'll visit Sant Francesc, Es Mirador lookout and the stunning beach of Es Pujols.After a short hop to Formentera, you'll head to Sant Francesc, the quaint whitewashed village that's the island's capital. The pace here is positively tortoise-like. The 18th century church in the main square is simplicity personified. Next up are the epic views from Es Mirador, the island's highest point, and the iconic La Mola lighthouseAnd last but by no means least, is free time in the seaside village of Es Pujols. Here you can enjoy lunch at a beachside restaurant or just chill out on the silky sands washed by turquoise waters. It's a scene that wouldn't look out of place in the south Pacific.
Beautiful views, the sea breeze and a glass of bubbly are all the ingredients you need for a relaxing evening cruise along Ibiza's spectacular western coast.You'll sail past San Antonio's famous ‘Sunset Strip' bars and toast the Ibiza sunset while you take in the picture-perfect setting. It's the ideal way to really make the most of the evening – chilling out and enjoying the scenery while you get the chance to see a stunning Mediterranean sunset.Afterwards, once you set foot back on dry land, you'll have some free time to check out the funky and famous west end, before the return by bus to your hotel.
Whether you want to power over the waves on a jet-powered aqua scooter, feel the freedom of kayaking across the Med or simply soak up the scenery as you sunbathe on deck, this exclusive boat trip has you covered. It's a day that strikes the perfect balance between fun-filled moments and relaxation.Set sail from San Antonio harbour, and you can admire every inch of Ibiza's beauty as we leave the shore behind. Cruising by sun-drenched scenery, celebrity homes and a cluster of the island's most beautiful beaches, your captain will drop anchor in the perfect spot for some aquatic activities.You can swim and snorkel, speed around on a jet-powered aqua scooter or dive deep underwater with some seabobbing. There's also a floating platform to jump in from, plus paddleboards and kayaks, too. And when you're not busy having fun, you can simply sit back and soak up some sun in one of the boats spacious sunbathing areas.
This tailor-made tour takes you to parts of the White Island that most tourists never get to see. In a private experience for you and your party, you'll spend a morning exploring select spots in the Ibizan countryside and the island capital. Learn about local traditions, taste typical foods, visit footprint-free beaches and discover the Dalt Villa.
Sail past San Antonio's famous ‘Sunset Strip' with a relaxing evening boat cruise along Ibiza's spectacular western coast. Step aboard early evening and enjoy the chilled-out vibe as you drift by sandy coves, bars and waterfront restaurants. Then, raise a toast to another great day on holiday as you sit back and watch the sun sink into the Med.
Sunset, music, barbecues and the sound of the sea – this afternoon catamaran cruise promises the chilled-out Ibiza vibe but in the middle of the Med. You'll sail out towards s'Espalmador then kick off your flip flops for dinner, drinks, DJ music and sunset skies above.Leaving the sun soaked shores of Ibiza behind, you'll skim the surface of the bright blue Med as you set sail towards the virgin island of s'Espalmador – an uninhabited island floating on iridescent waters between Ibiza and Formentera. You'll moor up so that you can step off and explore its made-for-selfies white sandy beach, and freshen up as your crew gets dinner underway.Back on board, and you'll get to tuck into a fresh barbecue of meat, fish, salads and fresh fruit as we sail the seas. There's plenty of photo opportunities along the way – think fluorescent blue seas and inlets as the backdrop – and the chance to take one last dip before sailing back through the sunset. DJ music completes the scene.
Raising a toast to your holiday in Ibiza is exactly what this stylish sunset cruise is all about. You'll hop aboard to sail past San Antonio and the west coast, where with luck, you'll catch the orange sun dip into the Med. Meanwhile, live saxophone music and a DJ set complete the atmosphere.Your night will get off to a snazzy start as soon as you step aboard in the early evening. Drift off into dusk, settling down to watch the west coast's rugged pine-topped inlets change from golden to brassy tones as the sun sets further into the Med.You'll also glide past San Antonio's famed ‘Sunset Strip', lined with bars and fashionistas. And grabbing a canape or two, you can raise your glass of bubbly to toast your nearest and dearest. A sunset cruise wouldn't be complete without music, so there's a smooth saxophone player and a DJ to round off the line-up.
The baby of the Balearics, Formentera is a world away from the other islands. Make your own way down to the harbour and after a short hop across the water, you'll head to Sant Francesc, the quaint whitewashed village that's the island's capital. The pace here is positively tortoise-like. Next up are the epic views from Es Mirador, the island's highest point, and the iconic La Mola lighthouse. Finally there's free time in the seaside village of Es Pujols where you can enjoy lunch at a beachside restaurant or just chill out on the silky sands washed by turquoise waters. It's a scene that wouldn't look out of place in the south Pacific.
Famous for partying the world over, Ibiza knows how to throw a fiesta – and they don't get much bigger than Saint Ciriac's day. Celebrating the end of Moorish rule in Spain, this annual event sees the island capital come alive. With parades, processions, market stalls and more, enjoy free time to explore topped with a dazzling display of fireworks to end the night. Party like a local and join the festivities on August 8th.
Locals know this island as Eivissa. And there's a few more secrets they want to keep too. You'll start in the whitewashed village of Es Cubells. Away from the party beaches and super-clubs, it's one of the few spots where the beauty and peace of old remain. In Cala D'Hort, you'll enjoy vistas of an iconic island Iandmark – Es Vedra. Mysterious and mystical, the towering rock formation is said to be one of the most magnetic places on earth. Then, after swinging by an aloe vera farm, you'll round off with a stop in charming Santa Gertrudis, where you can head out to explore or just relax with a coffee.