Ibiza Villas

For any holiday destination whether it be a town, city or top beach resort, one thing is an absolute must and this is top quality accommodation. Ibiza has without doubt many luxurious villas some reaching a staggering 100,000 euros per month.

Ibiza villas boasting large, fully furnished rooms and views to die for ensure that your stay in Ibiza is an experience you will surely cherish forever.

Cala Bassa Beach
Cala Bassa Beach

Whether you prefer a beautiful sandy beach location or the aesthetic beauty of Ibiza Town, villas in ibiza are generally of a very high standard. For the discerning visitor who prefers a rental steeped in history, the historic villas are worth consideration! Some of these buildings are at least two centuries old and have been beautifully blended in with a modern feel. This fusion creates an atmosphere which you are unlikely to find in any other place. On the other hand, many couples prefer smaller, one bedroom villas, set in serene locations to enjoy their vacation in peace.

Then arises the question as to what exactly do these villas have inside them? All villas, from single bedroom ones to five bedroom ones, have spacious, lush bedrooms with king-size beds. Television lounges, neat kitchens, dining tables and terraces which show breath-taking sights of the towns make these villas a perfect place to spend your holiday in.

The best villas as one would expect have a quality Jacuzzi along with lush green gardens and functional swimming pools in fact just about everything you need for your dream holiday!

But can you actually afford such luxury? The real beauty of beautiful Ibiza is that villa rentals can be affordable if you do your homework. It is true that as a rule villa rentals in Ibiza do not come cheap! In fact they are some of the most expensive villa rentals in the Mediterranean. One thing that is for sure, if you have the money, then Ibiza is definitely the place to be. Take a trip to Cala Bassa beach as see how the other half live.

Cala Bassa Beach
Cala Bassa Beach

village of San Carlos being a favourite of many tourists due to the clubs and cafés found there. If you want to stay away from the mass tourist invasion in the summer then head up to the north of the island which is far more secluded and in particular the north east of Ibiza is popular with the “alternative ibiza” crowd.

As one would expect from July to August Ibiza is particularly flooded with tourists and as a results prices can increase quite considerably.