Ibiza (Spain) Reviews
Description:Country: Spain / Country Region: Balearic Islands / World Region: Europe / "Ibiza (Eivissa) is one of the Balearic ... more
Ibiza (Spain) ... Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea (38.98░ N 1.43░ E), belonging to Balearic Islands (Spain). With Formentera, it is one of the two Pine Islands. Major cities are Ibiza, Santa EulÓria des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany. The name Ibiza is derived from the Original Arabic word "Yabisah" " يابسة" as for Land or Landward in English. Eivissa is the official Catalan name."
Newest Review: ... it was brillant me and my family couldn't wait to see what the hotel was like it was so alive and had a great atmosphere. we went lots of trips but the best is the mardi gra it was brillant and fantastic i would definatly go again. we went the hippy market where there are fabulolous things to buy, crystal waters. the food is great and you have a wide choose of things. there were lots of ... more
Customer Ibiza (Spain) Reviews (38)
by - written on 20/04/03, updated on 20/04/03 (Useful, 132 readings)
we arrived at about 10:30 and by then you were welcomed by the holiday reps it was brillant me and my family couldn't wait to see what the hotel was like it was so alive and had a great atmosphere. we went lots of trips but the best is the mardi gra it was brillant and fantastic i would definatly go again. we went the hippy market where there are fabulolous things to buy, crystal waters. the food is great and you have a wide choose of things. there were lots of activities and things to keep you busy what ever you do dont let anyone put you off from this fabulous holiday cause youll regret it. Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/02, updated on 07/05/02 (Useful, 63 readings)
5:35 am . . . ‘ouch’. It hasn’t actually registered yet, but in about six hours I will be away from the confines of my student bedroom, away from the Yorkshire weather, and deeply involved with and surrounded by the deep warmth of the Mediterranean sun. Getting my things together (a holdall and one over-sized suitcase) I prepare to begin the intrepid journey to Manchester airport, seeing before me problems with trains, turnstiles and other objects and/or people that will be getting in my way whilst I struggle with my mass of clothing and sunshine consumables. The train journey(s) are not nearly as harsh as I expected. I’m not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/02, updated on 05/05/02 (Very useful, 144 readings)
When I went on holiday here I stayed in San Miguel, this is a little bit away from Ibiza Town and San Antonio. This was my first holiday abroad and an excellent holiday, sucha beautiful place. The area I went to was a family area so it was good to be away from the night clubs because they're not really my thing, I may sound boring but some are just trashy nowadays. When I flew here, I went with Air Europa who were not the best airline but then I didn't care about the air line I just wanted to get there. The flight was about 2 hours long and then I landed in the airport and was taken to my hotel. What a nice welsome, the sun was shining and the sky was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/01, updated on 27/11/01 (Very useful, 282 readings)
Ibiza is a white Island situated in the Mediterranean Sea, just South of Spain. I went on my first holiday abroad with my family at the begining of October this year, It was a last minute decision and we decided to go to Playa d'en bossa in Ibiza. We were a bit cautious at first as you hear all the rumours about it being the clubbers capital etc. and with two young boys we didn't fancy the idea, but a freind who had just returned guarenteed us that this was not true, and highly rated it for a family holiday, so we booked up and she was right it was great! We stayed in Playa d'en bossa which is situated to the south of the Island and is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/01, updated on 04/11/01 (Very useful, 1109 readings)
For as long as I can remember, Ibiza has had the worst reputation for being an alcoholic’s/slappa’s/stud’s/sun worshipper’s/pill popper’s/raver’s haven. So when my friend booked a week staying in typical Brit resort “San An” I was somewhat shocked (seeing as I’ve never really considered myself any of the above… well, alcy to a certain extent and a slappa on the odd occasion, but nothing out of the ordinary), yet also excited at the prospect of staging my very own “Ibiza Uncovered”. I had the usual parenty type warning from my darling Mumsy: “Don’t sleep around; don’t do ... Read the complete review
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