Date: 16 Feb 2018 00:00 Source:
The Ibizan coastline not only boasts bustling beach parties orchestrated by the world’s best DJ’s, but also hides numerous idyllic gems. Whether you’re looking for a short respite from that thumping base, a safe beach to swim and play or a romantic spot for a sunset cocktail, there is a beach for you on Ibiza. While there are more than 80 on the island, these are our favourite beaches.
If you’re seeking respite from the clubbing scene, then the beautifully remote cove named Cala Mastella, on the eastern tip, will do just the trick. Best of all, with a seabed compiled purely of stones, the water is crystal clear and ideal for snorkelling.
A must visit for families, the southwest coast’s Cala Tarida is one of the most striking resort beaches on the island, offering volleyball, a diving school and a lifeguard on duty at all times, allowing stress-free sun-soaking.
Ibizan sunsets are well renowned across the continent, and Cala Conta represents the best choice for drinking in the spectacular glowing dusk, with its golden sand and shallow waters. This natural spectacle can draw large crowds, so head down early.
Hidden beyond a wooden walkway through two cliffs, Sa Caleta is one of the island’s most picturesque secrets, with a red-cliff backdrop and perfect sangria-sampling surroundings.
Once you’ve recharged your batteries, be sure to dance the day and night away on the legendary Bora Bora, arguably the most famous stretch of sand on the island, attracting partygoers from around the world.
Last but not least, for the pearly white Cala Jondal, it’s best to save your cash rather than energy; a popular hangout for the affluent, it makes for a rather upmarket sunbathing session.
Book your beach holiday today and discover your favourite Ibizan escape; which one will you try?
Date: 01 December 2020 Source: Ventouris Ferries
Ventouris Ferries runs regular crossings from southern Italy, to mainland Greece and the islands of Corfu and Sami.
Date: 15 May 2019 Source: Expired
Planning on travelling to the Rugby World cup this year and following the Wallabies or All Blacks around Japan? As the first ever world cup to be held in Asia, there is no doubt that this is going to be an amazing tournament, and no one will want to miss out on any of the excitement! Here at Direct Ferries, we can help you make sure your journey throughout Japan is as easy and hassle-free as possible, especially if you’re planning on attending more than one match!
Date: 25 April 2018 Source: Jadrolinija
Date: 05 December 2016 Source:
Direct Ferries is proud to announce the signing of Kume Line. A Japanese ferry company based in the city of Naha. Headquartered near the southern tip of Okinawa Prefecture, it runs ferries between the islands of Kumejima and Tonaki, off the west coast.
Date: 24 November 2016 Source:
Langkawi Ferry is a well-established operator in Malaysia, connecting two of the country’s most famous islands, Penang and the Langkawi archipelago, found just off the west coast at the mouth of the Malacca Strait.
Date: 21 November 2016 Source:
Mahi Mahi Dewata is one of the latest Balinese ferry companies to offer high-speed connections between Padangbai on the east coast of Bali, the Gili Islands and Lombok in Indonesia.
Date: 08 November 2016 Source: Expired
Date: 04 November 2016 Source:
We are pleased to introduce a new ferry operator, Turyol, a Turkish operator specializing in trans-national crossings from Cesme and Ayvalik on the west coast of Turkey to the Greek islands, Chios and Lesvos respectively.
Date: 20 October 2016 Source:
Ishigaki Dream Tours adds to Direct Ferries' footprint in the Far East. The most recent on a long list of Japanese ferry operators containing: Tokai Kisen, Uwajima Unyu Ferries, Tane Yaku Jetfoil, Amakusa Takarajima Line