Nannies in Ibiza and Formentera

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Nanny du Soleil offers you top quality nanny services in Ibiza. Please see bellow some useful info about things to do in Ibiza with kids!

Kids activities in Ibiza

When you think of Ibiza, you may think of partying until sunrise along the strip, but the island has so much more to offer and is actually a wonderful destination to take the kids.

Though the place is indeed known for clubbing, that is only one side of the island. There are also 80 different beaches on Ibiza and sunshine for ten hours a day, 300 days per year. So here are a few of the favourite family friendly activities to do in Ibiza and our Nanny du Soleil will help you to spend the most amazing holidays.

Visit the most beautiful beaches of the Ibiza and Formentera, play in the caves and take a picknic Cala Vadella Beach, Talamanca Beach, Las Salinas beach, Cala Tarida Beach, Pura Vida Beach, Cala Conta beach,  Cala Llonga beach, Es Caná Beach, S’Argamassa Beach, Formentera beaches. Formentera: the island of Espalmador

They are a great activity to do in Ibiza with children as you can browse the stalls or just go along for some food and live music – you can even have your face painted. The favourite market is Punta Arbai which is the largest and oldest market on the island and is on 10am every Wednesday.

For something extra special that your kids will never forget, take a hot air balloon trip around the island. Once you land you will all be fed brunch and receive a flight certificate for you to show everyone back home how adventurous you all were on your holiday in Ibiza with the kids.

Picture yourself in an open top jeep with the wind in your air. The jeep Safaris in Ibiza are both fun and educational! Down the bumpy tracks the thrilling journey will keep you all laughing and screaming all the way, whilst you learn about the wildlife inhabiting the island. The trip also takes you to a hidden beach only accessible by 4x4s where you will get to eat your delicious lunch, all included in the price.

In Port de Sant Miguel, on the north coast of Ibiza, you will find some secret caves you can explore with the kids where smugglers used to hide their contraband. From there, you can make a day of it by catching a boat to the gorgeous coast of San Antonio and see all that the town has to offer before heading back later that eveningWatersports, including diving, windsurfing, sailing, parasailing, banana-boat and pedalos can be found on most of Ibiza’s beaches, and the island’s Water Parks are always a firm favourite with their variety of different slides and pools to play in.

Spanish LOVE kids and there are many venues and activities that have the happiness of the younger generations fully in mind : Acrobosc Ibiza Adventure Park, Surf Lounge Ibiza, Aguamar water park, Windsurf courses Ibiza & Formentera, Ocean Mania.As well as a plethora of beaches where children can play and swim safely – play parks and play areas can be found in most resorts, which boast trampolines, climbing frames, bouncy castles, carousels, slides and plenty of space for the little ones to run around in a safe, enclosed environment.

If you are wanting to make a full day of it, a day trip to Formentera is a great option for all the family. Take one of the regular ferries which depart from most resorts during the summer months to the island, then hire a bike or one of the famous modern & environmentally-friendly electric vehicles to explore the picturesque and unspoiled countryside and beaches.

Wherever you are going, remember to take some small change with you for a snack or cooling drink, but remember never to leave bags and belongings unattended.

Apart from art and crafts, play-dough, picnics, dens, treasure hunt, water play, making sandcastles , listening to Spain music and learning a few new words, songs and dance, here are some more specific activities we suggest for children who visit Ibiza and Formentera, with a Nanny du Soleil.

Ibiza and Formentera

Ibiza is one of the Balearic islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s well known for the lively nightlife in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, where major European nightclubs have summer outposts. It’s also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches, from Platja d’en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops, to quieter sandy coves backed by pine-clad hills found all around the coast.

Ibiza has a Hot-summer Mediterranean climate. Winters are slightly rainy and mild – the average high temperature is 22.2 °C, while the average low is 14.3 °C. Summers are hot and very dry, with few rainy days – in the warmest month, August, the average high temperature is 30.3 °C.

Ibiza is served by Ibiza Airport, which has many international flights during the summer tourist season, especially from the European Union.

There are also ferries from the harbour of Sant Antoni and Ibiza Town to Barcelona, Majorca, Dénia, and Valencia. There are also ferries to Formentera leaving Sant Antoni Harbour (normally every Wednesday), and daily from Ibiza Town, Santa Eulària, and Figueretes–Platja d’en Bossa. Ibiza’s local cuisine is typically Mediterranean. Of the most common culinary products of the island are sweets known as flaons. Other savory dishes include sofrit pagès, bullit de peix (fish stew), arròs de matança (rice with pork) and arròs a la marinera.

Formentera is the smallest of Spain’s Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s reachable by ferry from its more crowded, better known island neighbor, Ibiza, and makes for a popular day-trip destination in the summertime. It’s known for its clear waters and long stretches of beach backed by dunes and pine trees. Pastimes include snorkeling and sailing, with equipment rentals and boat charters available.

Although paved roads allow access to all parts of the island and cars are easily hired in the port, many people choose to rent mopeds or even bicycles due to the flat nature of most of the island and the availability of dedicated cycle tracks in many locations.

Swim, eat, drink, repeat: this is the format for Formentera’s golden days. This is a destination for people who like the good things in life, sure, but aren’t taken in by bright lights and flashy fanfare. Yes, it’s luxury, but it’s laid-back luxury. Think stealth wealth – nothing more ostentatious than a creased white linen Sunspel shirt, say. Be prepared to feel like your wallet has undergone open-heart surgery – even the supermarkets are extortionate. Two weeks in Formentera would be enough to make Warren Buffett’s eyes water.