Sightseeing in Ibiza
When you fly to Ibiza you can take your pick from more than 50 beaches and secluded coves, all with soft golden sand and crystal clear waters which lap the shores. After a day soaking up the sun why not let your hair down in one of the many bars, dance the night away in a club or simply sample the local cuisine at one of many restaurants.
Ibiza Castle is a must see, this ancient building is built up a steep slope and is always a popular destination with tourists to the island. Inside, the castle is full of cobbled streets which have plenty of interesting shops, great for finding souvenirs and presents to bring back. Cafes provide a retreat for when you want to relax with a drink or snack.
The beaches offer plenty to do for everyone including watersports such as banana boats and jetskiing for the more daring holidaymaker. A more relaxing day can be spent under the sea exploring the beautiful warm clear waters snorkelling or scuba diving. If you fancy exploring a little further afield then why not jump on one of the many boat trips running to nearby towns and beaches?
Fun Seekers in Ibiza
Ibiza is a lively resort, ideal for young couples and groups of friends who want to have a relaxing break at the beach during the day in preparation for partying through the night! For those after a bit of fun in the sun on the renowned party island then San Antonio and Playa D'en Bossa are the resorts for you.
Superclubs Eden and Es Paradis are found in San Antonio, so if you want to cool off after a day at the beach then go to one of Es Paradis' legendary water and foam parties. Set on the highway between San Antonio and Ibiza Town are two of the most popular venues with clubbers, Privilege and Amnesia. Privilege is officially the world’s largest club, with a capacity for up to 10,000 partygoers! The beautiful people flock to Pacha in Ibiza Town too, so this is the place to be seen and spot some top DJs.
Believe it or not there is actually a quieter part of San Antonio - San Antonio Bay. Head here for relaxation and to soak up the sun.
The best way to kick off a night out in Ibiza is with a few cocktails on the Sunset Strip in San Antonio. Relax right on the coastline at Café Mambo and Café del Mar, where you can watch the sunset to the sounds of Balearic beats!
During the day, the beach is not only for catching up on sleep in the sun. For those who fancy a break from the sun lounger, the beaches in Ibiza offer lots of water-based activities such as banana boats and parasailing to entertain the most active of holidaymakers. In fact, Ibiza is perfect for water babies with surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving also available.
Playa D'en Bossa is full of entertainment and is one of the largest resorts on offer. From cafes to cocktail and cabaret bars, this resort is ideal for families, couples and young people alike. It’s also within close proximity to Ibiza Town.
For a change from the beach, during the day you may want to enjoy a spot of golf at the Ibiza Golf Course at Roca Llisa.
Activities in Ibiza
Top Tours in Ibiza:
Historical Sightseeing Tour of Ibiza - Salt Flats, Portinatx and San Jose
Take a coach tour of Ibiza to see the major sights and capture the essence of this beautiful island...
Sunset Cruise in Ibiza
Spend a magical evening aboard a luxury catamaran watching Ibiza's amazing Mediterranean sunsets...
Hippy Market and Water Park Excursion
Visit Ibiza's Hippy Market and browse from a huge variety of jewellery, trinkets, leather goods...
Formentera Sightseeing Tour
Take a boat ride from Ibiza to Formentera, a paradise of beaches, palms and clear blue waters...
Aguamar Water Park
The Aguamar Water Park is the largest in Ibiza and is huge fun for both kids and adults...
Family Fun in Ibiza
With sun, great beaches and plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained Ibiza is a fantastic destination for a family holiday.
In San Antonio you can board the scenic tour train The San Antonio Express from the centre of town. It takes you on a beautiful ride past all the best sights and up to the hills to El Mirador where you get fantastic views of the island. Tickets are as little as €16 for adults and €8 for children for a 2 hour trip.
Ideal for families, Es Cana boasts lovely sandy beaches and boats from the harbour can take you to Ibiza Town and the island of Formentera.
The idyllic, white sandy beach lined with trees in Cala Llonga is perfect for children to build sandcastles and paddle in the sea. It's also great for those bigger kids to get active with the various watersports on offer here.
Playa D'en Bossa is a great destination for families with a wide range of entertainment on offer and a beautiful stretch of beach to sunbathe on and chill out later in the day. There are many cafes and restaurants around whether you are looking for a quick snack or a filling meal. Aguamar is Playa D'en Bossa's fun-filled water park where the whole family can easily fill a day on the slides and rapids.
Go Karting in San Antonio is a fun alternative to a day at the beach where all ages are catered for.
Romantic Breaks in Ibiza
Although Ibiza is a renowned clubbers paradise, this beautiful island should not be overlooked for a romantic getaway. Great Spanish food and wine can be enjoyed in more tranquil parts of the resort and there are excellent beaches with secluded coves for a relaxed day at the beach together.
Tree-lined hills border the white sandy beach and blue sea of Cala Llonga with spectacular views, especially in the evening when you can watch the sunset whilst you sip sangria.
The Torrent Bay is one Ibiza's most romantic spots looking out over Badia de Sant Antoni. Peaceful and serene with views of Mountain Nono, this is the perfect place for a bit of alone time.
Take a romantic stroll along the cobbled lanes leading to Ibiza Castle, then along the harbour which is lit up beautifully at night. It makes the ideal place to stop for an evening meal and a cocktail or two!
Top Tips for Ibiza
You cannot leave Ibiza without a trip to the Hippy markets at Es Cana held every Wednesday during April to October. Here you can find rows and rows of stalls selling original clothing, bags, jewellery and candles and plenty of inspiration for presents to bring home! Even if you're not looking to buy, the street entertainers and musicians make the markets worth a visit.
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