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Ibiza and Formentera

Ibiza and Formentera | Direct Holidays from Isle of Man

Balearic beats or Balearic retreats... these two islands offer the best of both. Away from its lively image, Ibiza boasts breathtaking scenery, charming holiday resorts and some great beaches. Along the coastline you’ll discover long sandy shorelines and rocky bays. Venture inland to discover villages and white-washed houses which are set in hilly hideaways amongst the rural patchwork of groves of almonds, olives and figs, dense pine forests and many tiny hamlets with pretty whitewashed village churches, whilst the entire coastline is made up of stunning cove beaches, many of which are deserted even in high season. Oozing a laidback, relaxed tempo. Ibiza caters for all tastes whether it’s sports, leisure, night-life or simply relaxation. Ibiza boasts Dalt Vila, Ibiza Town’s fantastic world heritage site, and the infamous glitzy clubs for the young at heart. Ibiza is a fairly small island just 45km long by 25km wide and is the nearest Balearic Island to mainland Spain. You really need your own transport to reach the best spots although there’s a good bus service around the island and local boats serve various destinations along the coast.

Formentera is an island virtually untouched by time, just 20km south of Ibiza the island is just 20km long from east to west and boasts some of Spain’s longest, whitest and least crowded beaches, with turquoise waters. Formentera is simply a beach lovers’ paradise; no glitz, no clubs, no revelling - just watersports, cycling and walking, and enjoying the sun. There are few real towns, apart from Es Pujols, the main tourist centre, and San Francisco, the island’s sleepy little capital.

Ibiza and Formentera

Ibiza and Formentera

Balearic beats or Balearic retreats...
Departures every Saturday from 27 July until 31 August 2013

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TOP 3 THINGS TO SEE & DO

  1. Eivissa, Ibiza Town – one place in Ibiza you have to see is the capital’s old quarter, which is known as Eivissa.
  2. Hippy Market – Ibiza’s number one market comes to Es Cana every Wednesday. It started back in the Sixties and is still going strong today.
  3. Café del Mar – when thinking of Ibiza’s famous sunset strip is the one and only Café del Mar for its summer of music, sunset and fun. Together with the beautiful views over the Mediterranean sea.
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