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Sol Pinet Playa Hotel

Facing the sea, overlooking the Bay of San Antonio, in the touristic centre. 18 kms. from the airport.

Marco Polo Hotel

Modern white resort hotel, located 100 meters from the beach and two kilometers from bustling San Antonio. Rooms are decorated in sunny colors with pale wood furniture; all have balconies, air conditioning and televisions. Guests can soak up the sun around the palm tree-lined swimming pool or in the garden.

Fiesta Hotel Palmyra

Located on the San Antonio seafront, directly on the beach and just 500 meters from the city center. All 167 guestrooms, renovated in 2003, are decorated in light bright colors and include soundproof glazing. The hotel has spacious terraces with gardens all facing towards the bay where guests can enjoy the Balearic sunsets.

Creativity Festival

Artists from a variety of disciplines (painting, music, sculpture, theatre…) come together for over a week in Ibizatown. Dates from Oct 17, 2012 to Oct 19, 2012.

Ibiza Medieval Fair

The second weekend of May, the ancient walled city welcomes the Ibiza Medieval Fair, a showcase for craft markets, magicians, puppets, clowns, minstrels and jugglers who fill the city with colour and atmosphere.

Sant Antoni: Festivity of the romans and carthaginians

This confrontation has turned into a fun-filled tradition, recalling how the Carthaginians of Sant Antoni confronted Saint Augustine’s Romans.

Santa Eulària des Riu Mai Festival

Traditionally on the first Sunday of May a popular festivity is celebrated in the municipality of Santa Eulària, which stands out because of its majesty.

Sant Antoni de Portmany Festa del Vi Pagès

The Festa del Vi Payés is a tribute to Bacchus, the god of wine. But not only is good wine drunk on this day; sobrasadas and butifarras from the recent pig slaughter are grilled outdoors over wood fires to accompany these exquisite wines. December, usually on the 2nd saturday.

Ibiza Festes de la Terra

Eivissa town turns into a vibrant centre of fun and commemorative events during the first eight days of August. This is the Festes de la Terra (Festival of the Earth), held in honour of the patron saints, Mary ‘ad nives’ and Saint Cyriacus, which celebrates the Catalan conquest of Ibiza on the 8th of August 1235.

Ibiza Town

The capital with its walled area – declared World Heritage Site – is situated in the municipality of Ibiza (Vila). The city also houses the main institutions of the island and offers numerous services to travellers and residents such as hospitals, yachting marinas or business zones. The neighbourhood of la Marina, the Paseo de Vara de Rey or la Plaza de Vila are some of the main focal points of the city. At the same time, Ibiza boasts interesting museums, such as the Archaeological Museum or the Contemporary Art Museum and important historical sites. Among them is the necropolis of Puig des Molins or the ancient irrigation systems known as “portals de feixa” (Talamanca area).