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OMG! Holidays Naughty Guide To The White Isle

Since the dawning of time, us humans have had a few basic needs to satisfy. The need to eat, sleep and procreate (ah yeah!). Later in the course of human evolution came the need to lay in the sun, listen to loud electronic music and the need to stay up until dawn dancing in discotheques.

If you’re able to forgo the need to sleep for a fortnight then a holiday to Ibiza could well be the pinnacle of your human existence. Reset your body clock and get ready for the OMG! Guide to Ibiza holidays.

Woo, we’re going to Ibiza. Woo back to the island.

Yes we just quoted the vengaboys and no, we’re not going to apologise for that. Jetting off to Ibiza might not be as glamorous as the 90’s dance-pop sensations would have had us believe but thanks to low cost carriers like Easyjet and Ryanair providing cheap flights to Ibiza during the summer months its at least an affordable affair. The flights about 2 1/2 hours. Just long enough to take in the entire vengaboys back catalogue on your Ipod and knock back 4 or 5 excessively priced cans of lager before touching down at Eivissa airport, eyes suitably glazed over to fit in with the islands roving population which swells 10 fold every summer before returning to a sleepy Mediterranean paradise during the off-season.

You can either build your own Ibiza holiday package by booking your flights and hotels separately or take advantage of some of the cheap Ibiza holiday deals offered by travel agents like Thomas Cook, Thomson and Low Cost Holidays all of which offer reasonably priced package deals to some of the islands most popular resorts.

Where to sleep leave your bags

Contrary to popular belief Ibiza does cater for family holidays. Resorts in the north of the island like Portinatx and San Miguel have some of the best family centric resort hotels in the Balearics or anywhere in Spain. Party people tend to gravitate to the southern resorts of San Antonio and Playa D’en Bossa which are within easy reach of Ibiza’s infamous nightlife. These resorts have plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation. Most of it pretty faceless, as you’d expect from a holiday resort which houses hundreds of thousands of Brits and Germans who come to the island primarily for the notorious 3 S’s (sun, sea and err, snorkling).