Cheap flights to Ibiza
Despite what you may have heard, Ibiza isn't just about world-class clubs, bars and pumping nightlife - well not completely.
Scratch beneath the surface and you'll find an island that welcomes other kinds of tourism with its beautiful whitewashed towns and a rolling interior of lush green hills scattered with fig trees. Oh, and let's not forget the 50 or so beaches, which attract a wide ranging clientele from package holiday tourists to young party goers, independent travellers and everyone else in between. One of our favourite hidden gems is the beach at Cala Llentrisca.
And with that near perfect year-round weather, Ibiza is also a great destination for both summer and winter holidays.
Sa Cova is the oldest winery in Ibiza, which means they know a thing or two about the splendid grape. Catch a wine tour in July to soak up a little learning, and enjoy the lovely gardens around the property. Make sure to book ahead though, knowledge is in high demand. For more information visit sacovaibiza.com.
Ride Ibiza is all geared up for those looking for an unparalleled way to explore the island. Offering deals for groups, couples or solo travellers, they offer everything from long, epic mountain-bike trails for experienced riders to tracks suitable for beginners and enduro trails for the truly dedicated. rideibiza.com
It's Ibiza in July, which means I'm legally required to point you towards the best beach. Playa Cala Salada gets the nod, thanks to its beautiful sand, perfect water, and absence of other people on that beautiful sand or in that perfect water.
Even for those not nimble enough to make the tricky descent to the shore, the breathtaking cliffs of Ses Balandres, on the west of the island, about 2km north of the village of Santa Agnes de Corona, are well worth a visit. With water that seems impossibly blue, and flora that's impossibly green, we'd be surprised if the view hadn't provoked a few marriage proposals in its time, such is its rugged beauty. ibiza.travel