Apartamentos Osiris Ibiza

Apartments Osiris Ibiza

Safety advise

Recent studiesrank Ibiza amongthe safest of countries. And this is somethingthatprovides us with quality of life. To ensure this, we take a few precautions at:


a) Never leave money or valuables lying around

b) Use the safe deposit box for this purpose. Please ensure that you empty the box on departure day

c) In public places always keep your luggage and personal belongings in sight

d) Please make sure that you keep your passport in a safe place. If you lose it, report the loss to the police


a) Keep an eye on your belongings

b) Take special care of your handbag or wallet in crowded places

c) When going to the beach or swimming poll, take along the bare essentials

d) Protect your video, camera … at places of entertainment

e) Avoid street gambling stalls. They are a fraud

f) Be warry of suspiciously helpful gestures ( unsolicited warnings as to stains on your clothing or damage to your car, etc. )

g) Steer clear of easy businness propositions. They could well be a swindle.

h) Should you be using a vehicle of any kind, never leave any objects of value in sight

Should you be victim of any crime, call and denounce it (report it) urgently to the police.

SEEK HELP by calling to 091, or REPORT IT on 902 102 112.


To make your holiday an enjoyable one,remember fast taningis not necessarily wise tanning

a) Always use a cream with a hight protection factor and decrease the strength as your tan increasesThe ultra violet rays of the sun are at their most intense between 12.00 h. and 15.00 h., so unless you are very dark skinned, sunbathing during this times should be avoided. The reflection factor from both the sea and the sand will also increase the potency of the sun

Sunburn can be painful, lead to blistering, severe burning, dizziness and will certainly defract from your holiday enjoymentb) Children in the sun need special protection and BABIES should never be left in direct sunlight, should always war a hat and be given plenty of fluids to avoid dehydratationc) Is it not usual to see jellyfish, but if stung, apply vinegar to the affected aread) Take of swimming in the sea, but do be aware of the flag warning systems :

* Red: No Swimming

* Yellow: Swim with care

* Green or White: No restrictions


Swimming-polls can be dangerous,but following a few simplerules means that you can throughlyenjoy your time by the pool

a) Make certain that you know the depth of the pool you are swimming in and do not swim out of your depth unless you are a good swimmer.Take special care if diving, to ensure that the depth is adequeate

b) Take special care it there are dangerous surfaces – drainage channels, spippery tiles and raised edges

c) Always supervise children in the pool area, particularly where there is deep water close to the children,s pool or if the pool is crowded

d) Avoid swimming if you have been drinking alcohol and never lark about in the pool area as this can be dangerous both to yourself and other people, especially children


Hot Weather Precautions

  • Never leave anyone in a closed, parked vehicle
  • Make sure pets have plenty of water; do not close them up in parked cars or hot buildings
  • Drink plenty of fluids but avoid beverages that contain alcohol, caffeine or a lot of sugar
    Plan strenuous outdoor activities for early or late in the day when temperatures are cooler; then gradually build up tolerance for warmer conditions
  • Take frequent breaks when outdoors
  • Wear a hat, sun block and light-colored, loose-fitting clothes when outdoors
  • At first signs of heat illness ( dizziness, nausea, headaches, muscle cramps ), move to a cooler location, rest for a few minutes and slowly drink a cool beverage
  • Seek medical attention immediately if conditions do not improve
  • Eat more frequently but make sure meals are well balanced and light
  • Stay indoors and in an air-conditioned environment as much as possible unless your heat tolerance is well established. If air-conditioning is not available, lower windows shades and use fans and cross-ventilation to cool rooms
  • If temperatures and humidity are extremely high, turn off funs or aim them through a window to blow the hot air out
  • Avoid dressing babies in heavy clothing or wrapping them in warm blankets
  • Check with a doctor about the effects of sun and heat exposure if taking prescriptions diuretics, antihistamines, mood-altering or antispasmodic drugs
  • Check frequently on people who are elderly, ill or may need help


  • Don,t leave open food in your room, as you will find all the ants in the area, keep all food in the fridge or in a cupboard
  • Mosquitoes are always out and about !
  • Remember to close all windows and doors when you go out in the evening and also to switch off all lights, so as not to invite them inside.Repelent sprays and machines can be purchase from most of supermarkets or chemistPlease do not squash mosquitoes on the walls of your accommodation !!

Followour adviceandyou will havea throughlyenjoyable trouble-free holiday

Just relax & enjoy yourself !!!