Ibiza means sunsets, raucous parties that never end, and spectacular beaches. One of the three Balearic Islands in Spain, Ibiza has a reputation as a party island. If you love to dance, groove, and enjoy a few drinks, there’s no better place.
On the other hand, if you savour the quiet beach life, activities that take you across open-air food markets, and hiking natural terrains, Ibiza offers that too and much more.
Here are five things you should not miss in Ibiza:
Visit the Town of San Antonio
Café Mambo, Café del Mare, and others that have been spinning turntables since the 80s are some of the choicest clubs in the famous town of San Antonio. Catering to a young party crowd and lovers of more relaxed vibes, San Anotonio has something for everyone. Head to the beach during the day to enjoy the waterfront, go sailing, and engage in water sports. Once the sun sets, head to the clubs to groove to amazing music till dawn.
Party From Dusk Till Dawn at Playa d’en Bossa
Paddleboard during sunset at Playa d’en Bossa, the most famous resort in Ibiza. It is home to some of the most famous clubs on the island like Space, Ushuaia, and Hi Ibiza. It is right next to the longest beach that has a string of bars and restaurants. Take your jet ski and zoom across the sea, play in the water, or enjoy the warm sun on your back on the sandy shores. By night, the resort transforms into party central with some of the hippest DJs and an A-list crowd.
Hike to the Punta Moscarter Lighthouse
The Moscarter Lighthouse is situated at the northern tip of Ibiza. As the tallest lighthouse of the Balearic Islands at 52 metres, Moscarter Lighthouse is a must-visit. It is situated near Portinatx, revealing a short and charming walk by the sea. It features a unique black white spiral design that can be spotted from afar. In the vicinity, you will find cafes and bars, churches, and beaches like Cala Sant Vincent. Portinatx is a lovely day trip where you can explore the beaches, relax on the white sand shores, and enjoy the sea views surrounded by lush greenery.
Private Holiday Villa Stay in Ibiza
Another advantage of visiting Ibiza is staying at a private Ibiza villa. Your Ibiza holiday villa not only allows you to stay in a home away from home but also explore the island with ease. You can rent a private car that is easy to park inside the property. Private amenities like a swimming pool are just what you need. Make the most of your personal oasis, cook when you want, make your morning coffee the way you like it, and explore the neighbourhood at ease.
Indulge in a Gourmet Food Tour
Explore Ibizan cuisine with gourmet food tours or self-guided tours where you discover new restaurants, cafes, and bars. Sample tapas, pastries, local cheeses, wines, and olive oil. Interacting with locals will bring you closer to what the cuisine is all about. There are hidden gems strewn about the island and walking tours are a great way to discover some unique flavours that you can always cherish.
Ibiza is a must-visit travel destination not only because it’s a party hub but also for its beautiful and magical landscapes. The sea beckons and so does the sunset. Dance the night away and wake up to azure seas and white sands. Plan a holiday with your loved ones or go solo for lasting memories.