Villas for rent in Ibiza Town
Why stay in Ibiza Town
Ibiza Town is vibrant and exciting, and boasts myriad attractions. And you’re just a skip away from it all at your villa in Ibiza Town—the beaches, boutiques, dining venues and nightlife hotspots are located within easy reach
A buzzing social scene
awaits. Between late May till early October, as well as during December the town is abuzz with activity as a diverse crowd of holidaymakers arrive. Ibiza Town villa vacationers will enjoy an immersive cultural experience
too, as the destination is home to the UNESCO world heritage site Dalt Vila, a fortified old town with historic cobblestone streets, museums and sweeping hilltop vistas.
Villas in Ibiza Town
Your villa in Ibiza Town offers well-appointed living spaces, a full range of amenities and impeccable guest service, ensuring that you get to enjoy the best of island living. Take dips in the sparkling pool, dine alfresco at the shaded terrace or fire up the barbecue pit for a poolside dinner with friends and family.
Inside, you’ll find plush bedrooms, entertainment amenities and multiple living areas for rest and relaxation. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for self catering—a convenient option for families travelling with young children.
The property also enjoys a prime location
, placing Ibiza Town villa vacationers within close proximity to the key attractions in town.
Family activities in Ibiza Town
You’re in Ibiza, so make the most out of the island’s salt-kissed shores. The beaches
of Figueretes and Talamanca are just a stone’s throw away from the town centre. Playa de Ses Salines—a picturesque coast particularly popular with the island’s stylish, jet-setting crowd—is about 10 to 15 minutes’ drive from your Ibiza Town villa.
Spend quality time with the little ones by joining in a bike tour or an escape room activity. At Scapart Ibiza
, you can partake in exciting missions, such as stealing a highly coveted sculpture or assisting the government in a top secret mission. And with tour operator Bamboo Bike Tour
, you can choose from a selection of tour itineraries to discover a different side to the island.
There’s more to discover further south. La Nave Salinas
, located about 15 minutes’ drive from your Ibiza Town villa is an exhibition space that showcases contemporary artworks. For nature lovers, there’s Parc Natural de ses Salines
, a nature reserve featuring a variety of points of interests, including birdwatching sites, the Sal Rossa and Ses Portes watchtowers and Cap des Falcó.
Activities and points of interest in Ibiza Town
Ibiza Town is known for its cultural sites, vibrant nightlife scene and shopping streets
. Begin with a stroll through La Marina district
. It’s located a stone’s throw away from your Ibiza Town villa, and features a variety of boutiques, designer stores and pop-ups.
It’s situated just next to the fortified town of Dalt Vila
. The cobblestone streets of the old town are best explored on foot, and you can either venture about on your own or join in a guided tour.
There are a number of key sites to visit within the old town
: the impressive Ses Taules Gateway flanked by headless Roman statues, the Contemporary Art Museum, Puget Museum and Ibiza Cathedral. The Archaeological Museum is spread out over two locations—one is located within Dalt Vila, while the other is set in the Puig des Molins necropolis.
After dusk, party into the wee hours of the morning at some of the island’s most iconic nightclubs
. There’s Pacha Ibiza with its vast 3000-capacity venue. Lío Ibiza, Pacha’s sister venue offers live cabaret shows and DJ acts. And at Heart Ibiza, a unique, multisensory experience involving gastronomy, art, light shows and performances awaits.
Ibiza Town’s restaurants, cafes & bars
The destination’s wide-ranging culinary scene
offers Ibiza Town villa vacationers diverse dining options to choose from.
Health-conscious eaters will appreciate venues like Junglebowls
, where the focus is on creating healthy, flavourful dishes. Pomona’s menu, featuring several standout items, deserves a special mention. Try the black porc pastrami, chocolate cake with avocado ganache, natural wines and organic cocktails.
The charming outdoor dining area at S’Escalinata
is dotted with colourful bean bags, and spreads out over a cobblestone stairway. It’s a great all-day dining venue—come early for the breakfasts, cool down with icy cold beers in the afternoon and enjoy a nightcap under the stars after dusk. Keep a lookout for live performances by local musicians and Flamenco guitarists.
We also recommend Tessa Ibiza
for its elegant setting and scrumptious Italian fare, La Scala
for its romantic flower-clad terrace and carefully prepared dishes, and Laylah
for its Israeli-inspired cuisine and communal dining concept.