The island of Ibiza can be experienced in many ways – revel in its nightlife by partying at some of the hippest clubs in the world and stay in a party/beach club hotel for an enhanced experience, relax at the many spa resorts for a detox vacation or rent a car and visit some of the most beautiful places on the island with the below suggestions!
Arrive at Ibiza airport, about an hour’s flight from Barcelona and Madrid. Ibiza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the most popular of the Balearic Islands, known for its famous nightlife, beautiful coves and natural diversity. Pick up the car and drive to the accommodation.
Today, relax on the famous beaches of Salinas or Es Cavallet before visiting Ibiza Town to explore Dalt Vila, the fortified old town and a UNESCO site, for its classic white washed streets lined with flowers. Post lunch, head to the top of Dalt Vila, to capture amazing pictures. Walk down to the marina which is buzzing in the evening with bars, boutiques and super yachts.
Hit the road to visit the some of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza - beaches of Cala Comte, Cala Bassa and Cala Tarida or Cala d´Hort which boasts incredible views of the islet of Es Vedrá. Enjoy some thrilling water sports, a relaxing kayak tour or shopping for leather & ceramic gifts in San Antonio Bay. Stroll along to Caló d’es Moro or Sunset Strip, where you can watch one of the most famous sunsets in the world.
At night, step in to any of the pulsing party venues for some clubbing magic. For a more quiet evening, dine in the pretty village of San Agustin for breathtaking views of the Ibizan countryside.
Depart for Ibiza airport, where you can drop off the car and take your flight back home or return to mainland Spain to continue your holiday.
Drive to the island’s East coast via Cala Llonga beach, discover historic Santa Eulária des Riu and take a stroll through the cobbled streets of Puig de Missa, or have a swim at one of the fine-sand coves in the region. Continue to explore the 1000 year old stalactites in Can Marçá caves before ending your evening in the the picture book village of Santa Gertrudis, home to numerous cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques.