Sun-drenched Ibiza escape steps from the beach
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The perfect package with flights included
Chic break at a modern hotel in the boho-chic village of Es Canar on the east coast of Ibiza - including breakfast, dinner, a bottle of cava and more
- Escape the flocks of bleary-eyed clubbers lured to Ibiza town, and instead make a beeline for the eastern coast to discover there’s more to this sun-kissed island than its party-loving reputation. Here, you’ll experience Ibiza’s boho-cool alter ego at Es Canar, a former fishing village known for its laidback vibe and unspoilt beaches.
- For a flavour of Ibiza, head to the restaurant to sample Mediterranean dishes rustled up using local, seasonal ingredients, as well as a selection of dishes influenced by all corners of the globe – served al fresco on the outdoor terrace during balmy evenings. After dinner, linger over cocktails in the laid-back lounge bar.
- Just steps from a caramel crescent of beach is Hotel Anfora. Awash in whites and pale woods, the spacious rooms and suites showcase a modern minimalist vibe, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows streaming in natural light, contemporary bathrooms lined with complimentary toiletries, and all the essential mod cons.
- Air conditioning
- Swimming pools
- Outdoor spa
- Fitness area
- Lounge bar
- Room service
- 24-hour reception
How to get there
Ibiza Airport is an hour away by direct bus (L_24) or around a 40-minute journey by car/taxi.
Good to know
A local Balearic Island tax of between €1 and €4 per person, per day (depending on season and hotel type) is payable at the hotel. Guests under the age of 16 are exempt, and the tax decreases by 50% after the ninth day of your stay.
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