About Ibiza

The success story for Spain in the past seven years, Ibiza is a world class brand that has gone from strength to strength with property buyers and holiday makers. Ibiza has developed an ever more upmarket image at complete odds with its package holiday past, while its clubbing reputation is only one small part of the whole story.
Yes, the so-called White Isle is party nirvana for a youthful crowd, however it has grown up with the early clubbers from the 1980s. Now older couples and young families also come, finding quiet nature in the still slightly hippyish north, and sophisticated beach bars all around the coast. Combining laid-back style with a mighty amount of glamour thanks to a high celebrity count, Ibiza property is a winner.




Why consider buying property in Ibiza?

Less year-round than its Balearic big sister, Ibiza has more seasonal flight access than Mallorca. The main city is Ibiza Town, ten minutes from the airport and home to many clubs, smart apartments and a large marina overlooked by Dalt Vila, the fortified Old Town high above the harbour. Recent buyers have been enthusiastic about new developments in and around Ibiza Town, including at Cap Martinet.
Some of the island’s best beaches are in the southwest, among the glamorous beach clubs at Cala Jondal, and property prices are high. Prime southern areas with gleaming white detached cubist villas hidden down unmade white roads lined with lemon trees include Es Cubells and Porroig.
St Eulalia in the east is family friendly, generally quieter with many good beaches and yet is close to where Nikki Beach chose to open their latest beach club. Further north and inland, San Carlos has many fans for its annual music festival and its weekend market at Las Dalias. Rural and charming Santa Gertrudis, surrounded by farmland in the centre of Ibiza, has an artistic community and also a cosmopolitan one, thanks to a thriving international school.


Spanish Property

The buying process in Spain differs significantly from that in the UK and many other countries. Buyers should ensure they appoint a bilingual lawyer experienced in the Spanish property market to handle their purchase.

Spanish Property

A country as large as Spain offers a big selection of property and areas to live in. Newer homes include seaside apartments and homes on gated golf resorts, but older properties, and especially rural ones, have been attracting buyers eager to connect with an authentic Spanish country lifestyle.


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