personally i hated my holiday in ibiza, we went in august 2004 and stayed in playa d' em bossa or whatever it's called... we were very dissapointed and i couldn't wait to get home. There wasn't much choice to do in the day or night and the apartment we were staying in air conditioning had broken down. personally i wouldnt stay in that resort again, i'd love to stay in es cana though..seemed alot more friendly..in fact becuase we had hired a car we spent most of our time down there....
the resort we had was too spaced out and mainly geared towards german holiday makers... so we had a hard time finding a place to eat and go out too...we ended up in the same bar every night... which aint our style trust me! overall i really didnt like ibiza, although there was some lovely scenery i dont think we'll be going back in a hurry....
I havent stayed there for a few years but have visited several times and if you found it hard i really wonder how?
If you thought there was nothing to do in PDB then just how was Es Cana different,I have been to Es Cana 2 years on the run but I think there is more to do in PDB
how dare you
ive been to ibiza many times and ive stayed in playa den bossa
ive yet to have a bad holiday in ibiza im sorry you didnt enjoy your holiday but just try a differant resort dont give up on the island after 1 bad experiance, its a lovely island and lovely people.
The year before I was in Es Cana and found this place beautiful but quiet with not much to do or see but still enjoyed myself....
This year I'm going to San An bay, I havn't been there since I was a child so can't wait to see how it's changed........
It's worth trying a different part of Ibiza as I personnally think the Island is great......
Happy Valentines Day Everyone!
Roll on October 2005, we are going back!!
Is that such a bad thing? I have found that bars, restaurants etc that want to attract Germans usually provide a better standard of service and catering than those that just want boozy brits in! Give me a decent German style bar any day of the week rather than one serving Watney's Red Barrel and footy on every night.
I couldn't have said it better myself, I hate staying in 'Brit' resorts. The perfect example of this was our holiday to Majorca, the resort (Paguera) was clean, the food was varied and absolutely delicious, it was busy but not manic and there were plenty of bars, shops and a lovely clean beach. Germans and Dutch were the majority there and you could tell the Brits hadn't invaded yet. The only problem is that Germans don't appear to have children! either that or they tuck them up in bed early, so my little girl was bored at night - she wanted to party with other kids!
I went to Ibiza (Santa Eulalia) last year with my partner, our 7 yr old daughter and my sister. We had a great time and although SA was a bit quieter than we expected, the hotel we stayed in was great. We were about 20 minutes walk out of the resort and my only regret was that we didn't hire a car, but Ibiza itself is a great island and as we were leaving, we all said we would like to try it again and would travel around and stay in a few different areas, rather than stay in one place. Personally I love the Spanish Islands, and I would definitely go back to Ibiza.
Ibiza is a beautiful island and very easy to get around, either by ferry, local bus or car.
If you are visiting, please try to see a little of the island rather than remain in one resort, I'm sure you'll be charmed with it's unique character - it's what draws people back to the island time and again.
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