Quiet Hotels in Ibiza




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The key strategy in finding the best quiet hotels in Ibiza is simple. Stay close to major centres, but do not stay inside the town. A short walk or a taxi ride will get you the hustle and bustle when required, but you will still be able to sleep, avoiding the 24-hour parties. A few suggestions below:

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Not very interested in the clubbing culture of the island, or just after some activities for the day? Here is a Lonely Planet guide with ideas ranging from water sports and scuba diving to contemporary art museums and ancient burial grounds. A few more suggestions on these blogs:  The Quieter Side of Ibiza and Uncover the Quiet Side of Ibiza.

Hiring a car could be a good idea if you want to see the different corners of Ibiza, but the bus services are also frequently used and recommended. Route information and maps can be found on the Ibiza Bus website.