Villa in Ibiza
s'Hort des Baladres

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Villa in Ibiza `s'Hort des Baladres´ | Holiday pool villa in Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza - Eivissa
Getting to the house
Moving around the island
Meet the owners
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Take note
For the 2009 season we have done several minor improvements inside and outside the house. The most important of them is that we have completely renewed the bigger bathroom. Now, both bathrooms are new and stylish.

Moving around the island

Driving through the island

The most comfortable way to see Ibiza is by hire car. Your normal Driving Licence is valid. Cars, Scooters and Motorcycles are for hire. Children under 14 must travel in the back of the car. Safety helmets are compulsory at all times on scooters and motorcycles. Fines are substantial and on the spot and the police are hyper vigilant. Observe the Parking Restrictions or risk being clamped. Clamps are released upon payment of a substantial fine to the nearest Municipal Police office. Please make sure your hire car has Comprehensive Insurance.

Car hire in Ibiza is cheap compared to Britain, and a U.K. driving licence is valid. Remember to carry your passport, driving licence and car rental docs with you at all times. Wear your seat belt. Children under the age of 14 must travel in the back of the car.

Some rent-a-car companies in the island are:

- BK (Booking ONLINE)

- Rent-a-car Moto Luis

- Motorbike and car hire

On the buses

The island can boast an extensive and regular Bus service. There are half-hour connections between all major resorts, including many of the most popular beaches. Buses run in the Summer months from approximately 7 am until 10 pm. The disco bus then takes over from midnight until 6 am, taking clubbers to and from all the major clubs and resorts.

Timetables and Bus Routes are displayed at Ticket Offices, they also have timetables for you to keep. Timetables change according to high and low season, so get a current one. Buy your ticket before boarding the bus, if there is a Ticket Office, if not, you pay in the bus. Bus Stops are sign posted 'P' (for Parada = Stop). Keep an eye out and ring the bell in advance of your stop. You'll find that local people love helping visitors. Make sure you know the last bus time before you set off, particularly to the beach as (except on the popular beaches), taxis are hard to find. You can of course take the radio-taxi telephone numbers with you.

Most buses are air-conditioned and an extremely economical form of transport. Highly recommended.

Island Ferries & Boats

On the water Ferries, surely the pleasances way to circumnavigate Ibiza's picturesque coastline, especially on a sunny day, leave from the Landing Stages marked on each map, linking the surrounding Hotels and Beaches with the main resort. They leave about every 20 minutes or when filled. Remember, the sun's rays are twice as strong when reflected off water, especially on Pedaloes, so cover up and use a sunblock.

S'Hort des Baladres - Tourist villa licence VTV0217EIF
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