The island of Ibiza is a small piece of land where partying, the most attractive beaches and the latest musical trends harmonize with a quiet natural and cultural heritage rooted in centuries of tradition. Ibiza is authentic and natural, but also cosmopolitan.
Natural beauty and beaches
The nature of Ibiza is without doubt the most important attraction of the island. With 130 miles of beaches that can be enjoyed at any time throughout its more than 11 miles of natural sand, lapped by crystal clear waters, Ibiza offers many opportunities to enjoy a wide range of services and different environments. There are magical coves like Cala d’Hort chaired by the small island Es Vedra, others such as Comte beaches, Aguas Blancas and PuntaGalera Cala Salada. You will also find large fun and family friendly beaches as Platja d’en Bossa and Figueretas. The beaches of Ses Salinas and EsCavallet natural environments are protected by a dune system of high ecological value. Nearby you will find traces of past civilizations like the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta and ancient watchtowers scattered along the coast.
In addition, most beaches offer the possibility to practice all kinds of water sports, sailing, diving, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, among others.
Ibiza has a wide range of tours that allow visitors to discover the unusual coastal scenery as well as their obligatory visit to the island of Formentera with its unique and quiet beaches.
Day parties
There are many options to enjoy daytime parties in Ibiza. Beach Clubs and Boat parties are the most popular among them.
Here is where the best DJs and the biggest and most innovative clubs meet. Thousands of people come each year to the island only to find their holiday in Ibiza’s clubs, famous throughout the world. Bars are also abundant as well as a variety of restaurants.
Across the island you can visit craft markets such as Es Canar, with over thirty years of existence, or the one in Dalias, or Sant Jordi amongst others.