Ibiza with kids
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Ibiza is well known as a massive party destination. Its Europe’s own Koh Phangan. We went to Koh Phangan last year for the Half Moon Festival and really liked it, and Ibiza really reminded me of Koh Phangan when there is no Full or Half Moon parties. Dead. Saying that, during low season it is probably the best time to enjoy Ibiza with kids.
There is less (but definitely not zero) parties. We found people still partied a lot but we stayed a bit out of the main party areas and it wasn’t TOO bad. It was still rather annoying being woke up every single night though. If you want to enjoy Ibiza with kids then here is what you can do.
Go to the beach
We spent a lot of time at the beach, even though the water and wind were really cold during the first two days. The last three days were scorching hot and the beach was a lot more fun.
In Ibiza we came across a few different types of beaches… rocky ones with a bunch of rock pools to explore (one of our favourite activities in Ibiza.) There were abandoned beaches and busy beaches. We loved them all. Though David was rather chocked with the ladies in thongs and no tops in Ibiza town! Ha.
Take long and scenic walks
We walk a lot. We did a lot of walking on Ibiza too. There are amazing walkways right around San Antonio which make it easy to explore and especially easy with a buggy.
Visit the Old Fort in Ibiza Town
Ibiza has an old town area which is surrounded by a huge Fort wall. You can go right up into it an explore but there is a lot of steps (at the side we found anyway) which would make it hard with a buggy. We decided not to climb it bu enjoyed the play parks nearby and viewed the Fort walls from below.
Visit Parc de la Pau
This park is insane. It isn’t just a kids play park but a whole setup for the young, and older, alike to gather and enjoy days in the sun. We first came across it after we got off the bus from San Antonio as it was really close to the drop off area. We ended up sitting in a shaded grass area and explored the little pond and bridges for a while. We managed to get Travis down for a nap after checking out the fountain.
We returned here later and Travis played in the huge play park with all the local kids.
Eat by the Marinas and beaches
Both towns we visited had beautiful options for eating with glorious views of the water. You can let the kids go play in the sand at some of the places, while you enjoy a refreshing drink or dinner.
Have you been to Ibiza? Enjoy Ibiza with kids?