Ibiza Town and Area

Ibiza Town and Area Villas
The capital of the island and originally the only place big enough to be described as a town, “Ibiza Town”, also known as Eivissa, can be divided into 4 main areas. Dalt Villa, Sa Penya, La Marina and Marina Botafoch. All are in easy walking distance of each other as they are centred on Ibiza's natural harbour. The walled old town is built on a promontory jutting out into the sea overlooking the bulk of the East coast. The silhouette of the city and the cathedral at the top are recognised globally as icons of the island.
Sa Penya&La Marina, roll into one area and you will hardly notice that you have passed from one to the other. Here you can stroll through the winding lanes, soaking up the vibrant, atmosphere of Ibiza by night; browse the many and varied stalls and designer shops or dine in one of the many restaurants for a moment of blissful calm amidst the action. This area is where you can also witness the almost nightly infamous nightclub street parades, with their motley crew of drag queens, models and circus performers!
From here wander up through the cobbled streets to Dalt Villa, the oldest part of the island of Ibiza and admire the stunning views across the bay. From the moment you enter the fortified walls, you will be impressed by the buildings and the steep narrow cobbled streets built long before any thought of motor cars and therefore only accessible on foot. At the top you’ll find the old castle which used to be the basis of life in Ibiza and in the maze of streets you will also find a picturesque 12th Century Cathedral with spectacular views over Ibiza Town, the Marina, Botafoch and Talamaca.
The marina and Botafoch are the Monaco of Ibiza and are home to the Yacht Club and is where many luxury apartments are located. It is in this area that you can stroll and see the multi-million pound yachts that are harboured outside El Divino nightclub. A little further along you’ll find trendy Restaurants and hip boutiques. Just behind this area is located Pacha, Ibiza's most famous and trendy nightclub.

Ibiza Town

Ibiza Town is one of the coolest holiday destinations in the Mediterranean full of cosmopolitan cafes, colourful markets , world class restaurants and lets not forget the nightlife. Cobbled streets meander the old walled town of Dalt Villa whilst super yachts come here to moor at Marina Botafoch or Ibiza Nueva for the summer. Although there are no beaches in Ibiza Town, the nearby Talamanca is a leisurely stroll from the marina. We have 2 villas in Ibiza Town.


Jesus is conveniently located less than 3 kilometres from Ibiza town, 8 kilometres from Cala Llonga and 15 kilometres from Santa Eulalia. The village is located in the northern part of old Ibiza town. The current town centre has grown in the shadow of the small church, built in the 15th century. Nowadays it is a famous wedding venue for celebrities. Jesus now boasts a range of bars and restaurants serving loacal and international food. The nearest beach of Talamanca is heading towards Ibiza town, about 3 kilometres away and it is a long wide beach, lined with restaurant and bars. Jesus is not far from anywhere and is a great base from which to explore this lovely island. We have 2 villas in Jesus.

Playa d'en Bossa

Playa D'en Bossa (Platja d’en Bossa) is one of the most popular resorts on the island. Its sandy beach is the longest in Ibiza and has a harbour at one end where services such as water taxis to Ibiza Town and excursions such as the glass-bottom boat to Formentera depart regularly. The beach is well served with beach and lounge bars, hotels and restaurants and there are a range of watersports available such as windsurfing, kite surfing, diving and jet-skiing. We have 1 villas in Playa d'en Bossa.

San Jordi

Located at only a short distance from some of the best beaches on the island, San Jordi, also known as Sant Jordi, is an excellent base from which to explore the wonderful island of Ibiza. Although San Jordi officially belongs to the municipality of San Jose, it is located only seven kilometres from Ibiza town in the south east of the island. The beaches in the area are Playa d’En Bossa, Playa des Cavallet (a nudist beach), Las Salinas, and Codolar. Here you will also find the Saturday morning flea market. Close to San Jordi is one of Ibiza's most famous landmarks, Las Salinas namely the salt flats. On the southern most tip of the island, these salt fields have been in use for over 2000 years. As the water evaporates during the hot summer months, a sparkling layer of pure salt is left on the bottom of the lakes making them one of the most beautiful spots for sunrise photos. The beach of Las Salinas is one of the more popular ones on the island and offers official parking spaces and several beach bars. We have 1 villas in San Jordi.

San Rafael

The small traditional village of San Rafael is located on a hill that divides the island at the heart of Ibiza. The majority of the village’s population live in the surrounding countryside as San Rafael itself comprises of little more than 2 streets and a church.
Nowadays by-passed by the main Ibiza to San Antonio road, it is mostly a quiet retreat with a handful of international restaurants and known as a stop to watch the fabulous sunsets over San Antonio. The surrounding area is both tranquil and picturesque however San Rafael is also the nearest village to two of the island's most famous nightclubs, Amnesia and Privilege. San Rafael is an ideal base from which to be able to relax and soak up the Ibithenco way of life but without being too far away from amenities as the main resort of San Antonio and trendy Ibiza Town and the nearest beach of Talamanca are just nine kilometres away. We have 2 villas in San Rafael.

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