Ibiza villas for rent

Why stay in Ibiza

Ibiza’s the sort of destination that immediately comes to mind when you’re conjuring up images of a perfect Mediterranean holiday: sun-kissed beaches, breathtaking scenery and sparkling turquoise waters.
There’s more to discover. The island boasts historic monuments, cultural attractions and a diverse dining scene. And given Ibiza’s reputation as a party haven, the fun doesn’t end after dusk—in fact, it’s only just beginning.

Villas in Ibiza

Whatever your travel needs are, we’ll help you find a villa in Ibiza that checks off all the right boxes for your getaway.
We offer a range of luxury Ibiza villas—from one bedroom properties, to sprawling abodes that can comfortably accommodate 12 or more guests—to cater to different group sizes. You can opt for an idyllic countryside vacation rental, a seaside retreat with beach access, or a centrally located holiday home that offers easy access to the hotspots in town.
Your Ibiza villa concierge team offers impeccable service—attentive, but never intrusive—so you’ll feel at home right away. They can arrange all elements of your trip, so you won’t have to lift a single finger throughout your stay.
The concierge will assist with restaurant reservations, transportation and customised travel experiences. A range of villa amenities—including private dining experiences, spas, villa pre-stocking, childminding services and yoga classes—can be arranged upon request.

Family activities in Ibiza

San Antonio may be more widely known as a party hotspot, but it also boasts a relaxed vibe and a variety of family-friendly attractions. Go sightseeing at Aquarium Cap Blanc, try go-karting at Ibiza Karting, join in an e-bike excursion or hop on an amusement ride at Slingshot Ibiza.
The village of San José, located 15 minutes’ drive down south from San Antonio, also lends itself to family vacations. It’s a great base for beach-hopping—the town is just 10 to 15 minutes’ drive from popular beaches along the west coast, such as Cala Tarida, Cala Comte and Cala Bassa. If you’re spending the day in town, check out the weekly market, Mercat de Sant Josep and the Can Jeroni Cultural Centre.
Santa Eulalia, situated along the east coast is the perfect spot to get away from it all. It has a serene atmosphere, beautiful beaches and coves, and a vibrant dining and arts and culture scene. Unwind with a stroll at the Santa Eulalia promenade, and discover the town’s various cultural attractions: Puig de Missa, Ibiza Ethnography Museum, Santa Eulària Interpretive Centre Can Planetes and Es Trull de ca n’Andreu.

Activities and points of interest in Ibiza

The island’s wide-ranging attractions and activities offer something for every Ibiza villa traveller.
History buff or not, you’d have to visit the fortified town of Dalt Vila. Check out the key points of interests located within the old town, which includes the Ses Taules Gateway, Contemporary Art Museum, Puget Museum, Archaeological Museum and Ibiza Cathedral.
The island’s breathtaking landscape makes outdoor activities particularly enjoyable. Join in a bike or e-bike tour, take for a seaside walk or explore one of the many hiking trails available. There’s plenty of fun to be had on the water too. Kayaking, diving, jet skiing and stand up paddle boarding are activities that Ibiza villa travellers can try out.
Of course, your vacation wouldn’t be complete without a bout of late night partying. After all, the island is well known for its pumping club scene. The party hotspots are largely concentrated in San Antonio, Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa. Dress up, and get ready to dance away at venues like Benimussa Park, O Beach, Pacha Ibiza and Ushuaïa.

Ibiza’s restaurants, cafes & bars

There are endless dining options when you rent an Ibiza villa for your holiday: you can self-cater, engage a chef for a private dining experience or discover the island’s wide-ranging dining scene.
If you’re dining out, your options include healthy cafes (Ve Cafe, Pomona), bistros (El Bistro de Stephan), fine-dining restaurants (528 Ibiza, Can Curreu, La Gaia by Óscar Molina), beach clubs (Aiyanna, Amante) and the island’s only Michelin-starred venue—Es Tragon.
Do note that many restaurants in Ibiza are closed during the off-peak season. In addition, popular restaurants are often booked out in advance, so it’s best to call in and make a reservation if you’re planning to dine out. Your Ibiza villa concierge will gladly assist—just let them know about your dining plans during your stay.