Who said Ibiza is only for partying? Discover the Mediterranean’s most hedonistic island with your family! Here are our suggestions of Ibiza child friendly places and activities.

Where to stay

Let’s begin with the accommodation question. Bonder & Co has a plenty of options of houses your family can enjoy and just because the villa is child-friendly, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the style. Just take a look around our extensive list of beautiful villas around the island.

Play on the beach

Spend the day at one of Ibiza’s amazing beaches. Some of them are quieter, perfect to have some private family time and some are very popular and so sometimes too overcrowded.

But most of them are perfect for families as they are very well organized with wooden paths to get closer to the water for the stroller, offering great services including lifeguards, showers, restaurants, beach clubs providing children’s corners and sport activities as well. See the variety here at Bonder & Co beach guide.

Behind one, Playa d’en Bossa beach, you can find the Aguamar Water Park, offering thrill as well as more tepid slides in addition to other water-based activities. And if you’ll get a bit tired from the midday sun, there are number of quieter areas.

Inland fun

Oh there are so many possibilities! If interested in Ibicencan history, hire a private cultural guide who will tell you all the secrets the old town hides. A great place where to spend your day is at Mini Ibiza, located in a country club with a great garden, colorful interior and loads of activities for your beloved ones, provided by super friendly multilingual staff.

Preferring something little bit more active, try Acrobosc, set in between green pine trees challenging both young and old. Two circuits to follow, thirty-nine platforms, 43 obstacles and 16 zip lines guarantee hours of fun and adrenaline.

Or try Spain’s first Air Zone Park having big orbs, cyclone and vortex, which you can play with on the water, or at a long inclining slope.

For the older ones, there’s a go-karting venue with a diverse range of karts, from slower karts for the infants to the nippy 400cc for the adults and everything in between. If you’d like to spend the day in a beautiful island’ nature and have a passion for horses, visit Can Mayol housing 40 horses in maintained stables, woodland and paddocks. And every Sunday it’s the kids’ day! Or go exploring the island’s coast through horse riding and whenever you feel hungry, just stop at nearby restaurants with horse-friendly gardens or have a picnic wherever you like, delivered right to you.
Visit also Aquarium Cap Blanc to see the octopuses, rays, brightly colored fish and other creatures in their underwater habitat. Get inspired by our entertainment ideas here.

Where to eat

In San Lorenzo, you will find a lovely restaurant La Paloma serving up freshly made and organic food. You can enjoy the peaceful ambience of Ibiza’s countryside and your children will play in a large garden with slides and games.

For the beach experience try one of the beach clubs such as Sirocco at Playa D’en Bossa or El Chiringuito at Es Cavallet beach. In Sirocco you will feel very relaxed, as the owners have children themselves and will make you feel like at home.

Their fish is outstanding and fresh homemade pasta as well. And at El Chiringuito you’ll relax in laidback luxury letting your children play in the child’s corner. For the sweet tooth make your way to Punto G at Playa D’en Bossa, offering probably the best ice-cream shop on the island. And definitely have a dinner at Sa Punta, where the owners have had some great ideas for children’ entertainment at this chic restaurant.

Where to shop

Ibiza is stuffed of small boutiques and franchises of international brands, so you’ll have definitely fun shopping here. Don’t worry if you forget something at home, the shop Moms&Babies, located downtown Ibiza stocks all the toys, accessories, and baby products you need.

In Marina, a store ABC Club opened its doors to the glamorous babies and children up to 14 years, offering world-known brands. Sluiz, amazing concept store located near Santa Gertrudis, is another place to visit and shop at as you can find there home decorations, toys, clothing, restaurant and live music.

What´s going on

The program offer is endless! Dance classes of ballet, modern, Flamenco or hip hop for kids at Banana Dance Studios, Babylonitos events at Babylon Beach presenting supervised arts, face painting, toys and more, including kids menus or have fun in El Chiringuito de Es Cavallet where they take care of the little ones in their Little Chiringuito corner. And for the smallest ones and their mums, there are postnatal training mom fitness classes with babies.

Fun things to do

Make your holidays unforgettable for your whole family by trying things you’ve never done before! Have some bonding time at a sushi lesson, where you all can learn how to make delicious rolls by yourself. Bake cupcakes, have Spanish classes, pottery classes or swimming lessons if needed, before you’ll get to the beach. Take a look at Bonder & Co’s offer of endless possibilities.

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