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Quieter side of Ibiza

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Quieter side of Ibiza

Thinking of going to Ibiza, but not San Antonio. Anyone got any suggestions for a quieter resort for a late 30's couple. Not too quiet though!

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1. Re: Quieter side of Ibiza

hi

We stayed in figueretas its just outside ibiza town nice beach and a few nice restaurants/bars along the seafront . figueretas is situated between both ibiza town and playa en bossa which have a bit more nightlife and are within in easy walking distance .

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hi we stay in figuretas we love it .there is either a lot to do or as little as you want.mums selling her apartment so we are looking for some where cheap to rent..julie

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3. Re: Quieter side of Ibiza

Hiya, just got back from Cala Llonga, east of island, North of Ibiza.

There are lots of bars here and restaurants to cater for most tastes.

Mr. Cairos is open till about 4 (d.j/ karaoke) in the morning if you want a late night along with several bars by the beach. Most have pool tables. Other bars shut at 12. There is karaoke on 4 different nights in different places, a parrot show, drag act, singers and bingo etc. in most bars on a rota, so you can have a quiet night or a noisy one. There isa lovely beach here, with boats to Ibiza and others areas along with a bus stop that also goes to Ibizza and Saint eiullalia, for transfers to all over the Island. Taxi's are also quite cheap here to. There are several spar supermarkets for self catering, off licences for cheap take away, along with a chemist, perfume shop and several tourist type shops. There is also a fairground, horse riding, car hire and cash machine all within a 5 minute walk from the centre. We stayed at the club playa, but would not reccomend this for a quiet holiday, its a family hotel. But there are lots of nice self catering apartments here.

Have a nice holiday.

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4. Re: Quieter side of Ibiza

Try Talamaca.... very laid back with older couples and good resturants. Not as touristy as most resorts in Ibiza and you are also near ibiza town if you want to go exploring the nightlife.

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5. Re: Quieter side of Ibiza

How about Portinax? I've never been to that part of the island but some friends of mine went there a few years ago and thay said it is a quieter area with nice beaches, some nightlife but only a short ride to by bus/car etc to other places on the island..

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