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Sangria, hot pants and David Guetta’s greatest hits? These are just some of the items you can cross off your packing list if you choose, as I did, to visit Ibiza in the off-season and enjoy the beautiful, quieter side of the magical island. Whilst there is always room to escape the epicenter of the madness in Ibiza, even in peak season, if you really want to get away from the ravers and screaming families a visit outside the months of June to September will present an altogether more relaxing aspect of one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful isles: turquoise water, lazy lunches in palm-fronded beach huts and tranquil sunsets enjoyed on isolated beaches, far from the scrubby, over-populated rock faces next to Café del Mar. The best way to explore the island is with a rental car, which we booked online in advance. After doing lots of research we finally came across Jahn Reisen, where they have nice package holidays (klick), plus you can get your rental car there as well! After all it was the best decision for us, as the price-performance ratio just met our expectations and the hotels offered couldn’t be found anywhere else. It’s a lot cheaper than booking the flight and hotel separately! As you know, Ibiza travels can get really expensive really quickly (as you know, it’s the holiday destination of the rich and famous), so this was the perfect solution for us. What kind of insider tips do you have for booking my future travels?

My Ibiza Top 10

1. Watching sunsets at Cala Comte
2. Eivissa’s old town and it’s lovely shops
3. Roadtrips whilst listening to Ibizan radio
4. Fleamarket in Sant Jordi
5. The island’s flora and fauna
6. Open air cinema
7. The fascinating people and atmosphere at Las Dalias Hippy Market
8. Es Vedra, the dragon islands
9. Renting a boat and sailing all around Ibiza
10. Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art

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