Sunday, March 24

Ibiza with the Kids: What to Pack?


Whether it’s one of the cheap Ibiza holidays you plump for or you decide to head to alternative shores this summer, a sojourn with the kids after a year of hard work is not only well-deserved but needed, too. Being able to say goodbye to any stress of everyday life is a welcome feeling, especially when you have sun, sea and sand to look forward to.
If you’ve already taken advantage of the all inclusive holiday deals available, or you’re considering your options before making a final decision, make sure that you are fully prepared for your stay in hotter climes, where what you need will be very different to the stuff you use back home.

Located in the Mediterranean Sea, next to her sister islands Majorca and Menorca, Ibiza is an all-round island that offers something for everyone. Boasting an excellent climate, particularly during the summer months, you have to be careful about what to pack, 
particularly when it comes to your children. Here’s a rough guide to help you on your way:

·         Shorts & Tops – Fairly standard, but important nonetheless. Enough shorts and tops to last them the duration are essential and the good thing is that kid’s clothes don’t take up much space so you don’t need to worry about compromising on what you take. Light, bright or white colours that reflect the sun are better than darks, while a good selection of sleeved t shirts is ideal for covering up.
·         Swimwear – If your child is a water baby, there’ll be no stopping them when it comes to the pool. Pack a UV swimsuit for the little ones or standard trunks/cozzie for older kids. Use one of the t shirts as a cover-up to protect them from the sun. It doesn’t matter if it gets wet – it’ll soon dry again.
·         Suncream & Hat – These items are absolutely essential to keep the sun off their heads and their delicate skin protected.

Pack some goodies to keep them occupied and away you go! Cheap Ibiza holidays are waiting for your perusal – take the first step and look online, today. 



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