A tropical orgasm of beaches, clubs and cocktails making it the top of any party animal's bucket list.

The godfather of the island party scene, Ibiza is a tropical orgasm of beaches, clubs and cocktails making it the top of any party animal’s bucket list. First inhabited in 654 BC by Phoenicians, Ibiza has a unique history from Romans to Norwegians, all the way to hippie gatherings in the ‘60s and ‘70s from which the party scene we have today originated. As well as stunning golden beaches sinking softly into the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean, Ibiza is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the stunning old town which has fortifications dating back to the earliest Phoenician settlers.

Nowadays, Ibiza is a hub of all sorts of electronic music but has had everyone from Bob Marley to the Arctic Monkeys play over the years. The world’s biggest DJs take up residency here each summer, including such giants as David Guetta, Martin Garrix, and Sven Väth, all of whom keep coming back to this island paradise for not just the beaches and the beauty, but because they know it is where the best party on Earth is.


€60/NIGHT (2 night min)

Get wild onboard Ibiza’s Beach Camp. Camp on the beach and rock with the waves.

  • Daily morning yoga session;
  • Breakfast daily;
  • Visits to various hippie markets;


€395pp (save €120)

5 days of Fantastic beats, delicious food, Kayaking and Boat Parties.

  • 3.5-hour boat party with all drinks included;
  • Daily scrumptious breakfast;
  • Daily Morning Yoga session


€590pp (save €210)

Chill out, kick back, float and let someone else do the cooking as we relax under the Spanish sun.

  • Parasailing – see Ibiza from a height;
  • Ticket to the renowned Zoo Project party;
  • Organised daily group activity;

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Ibiza Beach Camp


Camping La Playa Ibiza, Avenida Punta Arabi s/n, Cala Martina, Es Canar, 07849 Ibiza, Baleares, ESPANA

How to get there


Just about every airline in Europe flies to Ibiza, so it’s not hard to get a cheap flight. Check out a flight comparison website like Google Flights for the best deals. Once you get to Ibiza airport take the L24 bus from in front of the terminal and get out at the bus stop Cala Martina which is right at the doorstep of our campsite. The bus takes around 40 minutes and costs €4.00. They leave on the hour, every hour with the last one departing the airport at midnight.

If you arrive outside of these times, you can take a taxi which will set you back around €40.00.


Book your ferry through Trasmediterranea or Balearia. Ferries leave from Barcelona and Valencia.

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