Free Holiday to Ibiza
No this isn’t a competition to give away a free holiday… sorry.
However, there are ways to grab yourself a free, yes a FREE trip to the island and even get some spending money as well!
The downside is it will involve a little work on your part and convincing a few mates to go to Ibiza, although that bit shouldn’t be too difficult.
So read on to find out how you can enjoy a free holiday in Ibiza.
Apolo Accommodation for Ibiza Workers
Those delightful people behind Ocean Beach and Ocean Mania took a huge step in 2015 and transformed the worker’s accommodation market in San Antonio.
Gone are the days of 7 or 8 of you crammed into an apartment designed for 2 – 4, or staying in a huge block with who knows what knocking on your door at 3am.
They have invested heavily in what was the Hostel Apolo and they have revamped and re-launched it as Apolo Accommodation.
We all think we know Ibiza but here are 10 things you may not know about Ibiza, everyone’s favourite island.
1. Ibiza has its own breed of dog the Ibizan hound or Podenco Ibicenco which is similar to a greyhound.
2. Hannibal is said to have been born on an island off San Antonio.
3. More Spanish holidaymakers visit the island each year than the British (2.66m Spanish 1.75 m British) Read more
Holidaying in Ibiza
If you’re thinking of coming to Ibiza, be it for a short trip or a family holiday, here are our top reasons for visiting Ibiza.
Peak season is May to early October or visit out of season when the island is much quieter.
Tapas Ibiza San Antonio
San Antonio is renowned for being the party capital of Ibiza but it has a few hidden away gems if you are prepared to hunt them out.
Here are our three hidden gems in San Antonio Ibiza (a restaurant, an attraction and a beach) all worthy of hunting out on your next trip to the island.
Hidden Gem 1: Restaurant: Tapas Ibiza
Whatever your age all of us have access to a smart phone, so what better way to help you make the most of your time in Ibiza than with our three essential Ibiza apps.
1. Ibizabus App
Available on Android (Free) or Appstore (99p)
Ibiza Super Club
Most if not all of us remember going to clubs in our younger years (80s and early 90s) and even being dragged out on the odd stag / hen do since those days.
The over driven speakers playing the latest cheesy chart hits one after the other the drinks flowing and spilling the insane shouting to be heard and the inevitable kebab on the way home. We all did it for a few years then we settled down got a real job, a mortgage a little one or two and the everyday humdrum began.
Kids in Ibiza
This guide is a few examples of things to do with children in San Antonio Ibiza that we have enjoyed doing with our own children over the years.
From free to not so free there is something for all budgets and all ages to entertain and to keep them happy and contented while on holiday in Ibiza.
If you have any additions to this list please let us know below the article.
Click here for a map of the locations we mention below (opens in new page).
San Antonio Egg
As a party hot spot San Antonio or to give it its full name Sant Antoni de Portmany has a bit of a reputation most people holidaying on Ibiza would think it’s the last place to stay once you reach a certain age. However we would disagree.
We are a middle-aged couple and have been staying in the resort for the last few years with and without our little ones.
Yes it still has the party areas, notably a few streets just off the waterfront called the West End and of course two Super Clubs near the famous Egg but apart from these areas and associated hotels San Antonio holds its own as a holiday destination suitable for all.