In 2017 we may be offering the following excursions during the Jetbou Holiday depending on the interest we get: 

Big boat trip – Portinax 

A main boat trip allowing friends, family and all the bar staff from the sponsoring bars to get together for a day

out on the water. We charter a large glass bottom boat, able to carry over 200 people for the day and organise things for sit-down riders to catch up, over-take and then meet up with the boat at various stages

throughout the day.The first trip in 2010 was a huge success with everyone who went raving about what a fantastic time they had.

On the boat the upper deck becomes a day time club,

with all the latest club music playing from our group of JetBou DJs. On the lower deck with room for sun bathing and seating there is a quieter area for families to enjoy the trip, view the fish beneath the boat and take in the breathtaking views Ibiza’s coast line has to offer.

The boat has a bar on board andthere will be opportunities for all to jump in and have a swim. As with all big excursions out to sea wind and weather play a large part in final plans.The group and glass bottom boat will depart heading North. On-route there are some amazing views and points of interest and the jetskiers will get the opportunity to ski under the famous Margarita Island arch.First stop is at Puerto de San Miguel. Jet Skiers will be able to tie up between the safety ribs and come aboard the main ship for refreshments. Continuing on we will pass the picturesque coastline and stop briefl y at Bennirras bay, a beautiful small bay surrounded by pine clad hills. We will then make our way to Portinatx at the extreme northern tip of the island again allowing the jetskiers to tie up and come aboard to make a final short cruise into the port (skis will be supervised during visit). You can disembark and sample the delights of this popular tourist spot during our short visit.

Portinatx is Ibiza’s largest resort and well know beauty spot, with sandy beaches and a great choice of bars, restaurants and shopping facilities.

Price : Adults €39 Children €10 Payable in Resort


Ibiza Hippy Market 

The Ibiza Hippy Market is one of the top attractions and a must see for all. Ibiza has strong artistic roots going back to the early 60s when artisans, painters and designers flocked to the island to experience its unique atmosphere, light and freedom of expression.

All of this comes through in the markets held on the island where hand made items of clothing and jewellery can be bought. We visit the biggest market in Es Caná. The market is open 10am until 6.30pm on the grounds of Club Punta Arabí. Countless stalls huddle beneath the shade of pine trees in the winding pathsbetween the white villas.

Price : €14 each person (Payable in Resort)

Big Pacha night


Pacha became famous throughout the world as a haven for glamorous hippies and indeed Ricarod’s brother Piti’s Flower Power production still wows them on occasional Sundays.When the electronic music revolution hit and house music took over in many different guises Pacha is one of the leading clubs and house hold brands and has always been at the forefront with top quality DJs and

sounds. Each year we organise a wild late night out to Pacha for those of you who like to party hard and dislike sleep! A coach will collect you from Mar I Pins for a night to remember at Pacha.


Price : €22 Each person to include entrance and return coach trip from Maripins 


Ibiza Old Town evening trip


No Ibiza holiday would be complete without a trip to Ibiza Old Town, the most historically fascinating and culturally rich area of which is Ibiza Old Town. The Spanish name for Ibiza Old Town is ‘Dalt vila’ and means ‘high town,’ which is an accurate description as there are spots in Ibiza Old Town – in particular the Dalt vila walls - where you can see right

across Ibiza Town and the island beyond. The narrow, winding streets are bursting with atmosphere, whether it’s from the lively bars and restaurants of the area, or the years of history built into the walls of Dalt vila. If you’re interested in Ibiza’s history, then Museu Arqueologic d’Eivissa i Formentera at the peak of the hill is a great – free – way to find out about everything from the earliest Phoenician settlers, the Carthaginians, Romans, Moors and Catalans to the present-day Spanish. There’s also the Museo Puig des Molins in the Carthaginian burial grounds that is home to an impressive collection of Roman artifacts. The architecture of Dalt vila is pretty inspiring too, with plenty of gothic structures and lovely churches like the 16th century church of Santo Domingo. Dalt vila is rarely crowded and even if you are not keen to walk up to the top, the quaint streets alone are worth the effort of a wander.If shopping is more your thing then you won’t be disappointed as the shops and boutiques of Dalt vila are enough to satisfy even the most shopaholic of appetites. Dalt vila is also a pretty special location when it comes to restaurants and if you’re looking for something romantic and candlelit, this is one of the best options in Ibiza. Many of the old town’s winding, cobbled streets are lined with white clothed tables full of couples. The best selection of restaurants is located in and around the Placa de Vila, the main square, and you will find some

of the best food on the island. Expect to fi nd yourself rubbing shoulders with many of the celebs who stay in Ibiza town and choose the smaller, chicer bars over the louder options further down in the town

Price : €14 each person (Payable in Resort)

Its a holiday for the whole family and not just the jetskier!