Disabled holidays to Ibiza might be mainly associated with nightlife, but that’s only one chapter
in the island’s story. Its sleepy villages, pretty beaches and UNESCO-protected
old town aren't to be missed. Ibiza might be known for being a bit of a party playground,
but there’s more to this Balearic Island than big-name clubs and A-list DJs. Away from
the nightlife-focussed resorts of San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa, it sings to a
Ibiza offers both ends of the spectrum for a disabled-friendly holiday:
the beauty of the coastline for relaxing breaks, and the thrill of the nightlife for a livelier time away.
All flights are 2.5 - 3 hours away and most flights are available from local airports, depending on the time of year.
When to Go?
The island has really begun to heat up in June. The Balearic sun is blasting and more bearable than the high temperatures of peak season.
Although June still has MORE than enough going on, it’s not crazily busy, so you’ll have more room to menuvere your wheelchair and grab a drink at the bar.
June also marks the beginning of the Ibiza opening parties - when the islands clubbing brands bring in the heavyweights to kick off the summer festivities
October counts as the end of Ibiza's summer, and most of the clubs shut during this month. The beach bars and restaurants are still fully functional
though and you will find that the energy on the island is positively buzzing as workers and islanders enjoy their fruits of the summer and prices ease off.
So if this has got you in the mood for a bit of sunshine, feel free to call us on
0800 622 6000 to speak to one of our experienced travel
consultants about the best time for a wheelchair accessible holiday in Lanzarote.
You might think that Ibiza Town is the place to be in Ibiza,
but head just ten minutes south of the capital and you’ll find yourself
in a picture perfect Mediterranean resort. Built along a 2km beach, the longest on the island,
this resort is filled with everything you could want on your Ibizan holiday.
Not only that, this resort
is perfect for families, providing plenty of activities for children - even in the evening there's
a familiy friendly vibe - most of the pubs welcome kids. This is a perfect disabled holiday destination
for any family.
Famed for its nearby nightlife, San Antonio Bay provides a beautiful and relaxed base with chilled bars and
restaurants that are the briefest journey away from Ibiza’s clubs that rival the best in the world.
The Bay offers a number of golden beaches – five small ones and the main beach – and a stroll along the sun-soaked,
palm-lined, wheelchair accessible promenade that runs alongside and connects each beach is a wonderful way to begin and end the day.
This is a fantastic holiday for disabled wheelchair users as they can go at their own pace
and decide if they want to party or relax.
Santa Eulalia, Ibiza's third largest resort is only 21 kms from the airport and is a beloved destination for families and those seeking a quieter holiday. There is a beautiful,
wheelchair accessible promenade running the length of the broad and sandy beach, and the choice of hotels and apartments in and around the town itself is excellent.
Santa Eulalia has a long-established reputation as the island's gastronomic and cultural centre. Art Galleries, the beautiful and exclusive Yacht Marina,
some of the island's best restaurants, fantastic shopping, and a thriving all-year community, ensure that life in Santa Eulalia is led at a rather slower and more relaxing pace.
There are some nice bars here too, but the nightlife in general is more laid back. This resort is a must for anyone looking for relaxing disabled holidays.
The island’s capital is romantic and intriguing, exciting and vibrant, brash and buzzing, cosmopolitan and classic,
all rolled into one eye-catching package.
By day, it's all about shopping, boating, beach-bar-hopping and historical sightseeing then by night, alfresco wining and
dining followed by partying ‘til dawn. Some of Ibiza’s best-loved clubs – including Pacha, Amnesia and Space –
are dotted in or close to the capital. But for those seeking thought-provoking paintings, intriguing architecture and splendid cuisine, Ibiza
Town can meet most requirements.
Disabled holidays to Ibiza Town are a must, this is a breathtaking destination that has much more to offer
than what most give it credit for.
The Ibizan resort of Es Cana is the perfect antidote to the all-night party destinations much of the island is famous for.
Although a fairly small resort, Es Cana has many excellent restaurants and bars. There are several beach bars dotted
along the scenic seafront but the emphasis here is on ambient music and good food rather than all-day and all-night partying.
Perfect for wheelchair users looking for quiet disabled holidays in Ibiza.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.