Ibiza, in the Balearics, is one of the most exclusive of Spain’s islands and in fact it is the one where many famous people choose to spend some time. Its natural diversity and its culture have led UNESCO to declare it a World Heritage Site, and it is especially well known for its beautiful coves and world-famous nightlife.
Ibiza is so exclusive that a restaurant owned by Spanish chef Paco Roncero (considered the most expensive in the world) is located here, as well as a harbour with the Blue 5 Star Marina rating (Marina Ibiza).
There are direct flights to its Sant Josep airport, both from other cities in Spain and from various European destinations. If you come by boat, Ibiza has connections with several Spanish cities, such as Barcelona, Valencia, Dénia and Palma de Mallorca and has three important harbours: those of Ibiza, Santa Eulària and Sant Antoni, offering access for private boats, charters and cruise ships.
In the south of the island: you’ll enjoy visiting its capital Eivissa, which has an impressive walled enclosure, an ancient necropolis and an extremely buzzing harbour due to its various brand-name shops and pavement cafes.
On the west of the island: another interesting spot is Sant Antoni de Portmany. This is a good place to buy leather or ceramic gifts, and also jewellery, and to stroll along its bay until you come to Caló d’es Moro, where you can watch one of the most renowned sunsets in the world. Many people choose to experience this moment at the typical Café del Mar.
To the east: you can discover Santa Eulària des Riu and take a stroll through the cobbled streets of Es Puig de Missa, or have a swim at one of the fine-sand coves in the region. Very close by, you’ll find the famous Las Dalias Market held every Saturday, where you can find jewellery, antiques, Adlib clothes (a dress style typical of Ibiza), etc.