Half Board Ibiza with Flights £99 each

Half Board Ibiza with Flights £99 each

If you fancy a few days in the sun then you will find some great deals over at Groupon, just like this trip to Ibiza with return flights, hotel and meals for as little as £99 each !!

There are various options available to choose from which you can check out HERE.

Located just a few metres from the beach in Ses Fontanelles and 4.2km from the landmark Café del Mar, Apartamentos Playasol Riviera invites tourists to bask in the sun and enjoy rich cultural heritage and sport attractions of Ibiza. The rooms come complete with en suite bathrooms, satellite TVs and kichenettes.

Situated just a 7-minute walk from the beach and 17km from Ibiza airport, AzuLine Hotel Pacific offers an ideal base for exploring the local area. The rooms feature en suite bathrooms, satellite TVs and balconies.

Set a 9-minute walk from Es Paradis nightclub, a 12-minute walk from Ibiza San Antonio ferry landing and 13km from Cala Comte beach, Hotel Tropical Ibiza invites tourists to relax on the local beaches, explore historic landmarks and the vibrant nightlife Ibiza has to offer. The rooms are kitted out with en suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. All rooms also feature desks and minifridges, as well as air-conditioning.


The third largest of the Balearic Islands but no less famous than Majorca or Menorca, Ibiza has become synonymous with vivid nightlife, clubbing and the electronic music to which it gave birth. A magnet for tourists in a continuous search of partying, the island has become over the years a popular holiday destination blending nature with buzzing modern life.

Though mostly known for its macro-clubs, the island has another side to it, less noisy but much more impressive and exotic. The rocky and mountainous island was once covered in thick wild pine tree forests which still endure in the unspoilt northern half of the island providing a green refuge for wildlife and nature seekers. Benefiting from a mild climate, the island is an example of majestic interaction between marine and coastal scenery. Azure blue lagoons bordered by rocky cliffs covered in lush Mediterranean vegetation sheltering a vast fauna have brought Ibiza the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Culture and history enthusiasts may arm themselves with a pair of light shoes and head to the old town or Dalt Vila. Here, among narrow cobbled streets, imposing medieval Catalan buildings towered by a Gothic cathedral offer testimony of the island’s royal past and culture.


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