Whether you’re looking to unwind at a tranquil yoga retreat or dance the night away in one of Europe’s premiere nightclubs, Ibiza is a haven for hedonists. Modern and fashionable, but with an undeniably rich history, this Spanish island encapsulates the very best of the Mediterranean with its romantic port towns, alluring white-sand beaches, luxurious dining and relaxing spas.
Things to do in Ibiza Island
Get lost in Dalt Vila, the oldest part of Ibiza Town. Featuring beautifully preserved fortifications and structures, this guard post was originally constructed to thwart pirates and prevent invasions from mainland Europe. Now it serves as the highest point of Ibiza Town, offering fantastic views of the city and harbour below.
Grab a refreshing drink at Anita’s Bar, Ibiza’s oldest tavern. A hotspot for Ibiza's creative community, Anita’s Bar has been a meeting place for writers, poets, artists and musicians for many years. Order some tasty tapas and enjoy the company of friendly locals while unwinding on Anita’s rooftop terrace.
Cool off in the mysterious underground caverns of Cueva Can Marça. Once an outpost for smugglers to stash illegal contraband, this large cavern features unique rock formations, a cascading waterfall, a music and light show and a magnificent cliff-side view of the ocean.
Take a dip along Platja d’en Bossa, the longest beach in Ibiza. A paradise for partygoers, this beach is perfect for napping under giant parasols, relaxing to the ambient tunes of beach DJs and grabbing a bite to eat. At night, check out Ushuaia and Space, Ibiza’s largest nightclubs, where the party doesn’t stop until the sun comes up.
Getting around Ibiza Island
Arrive by plane at Ibiza Airport in Ibiza Town. From here, buses and taxis can take you to any part of the island. Rental cars are a popular way to sightsee and explore the island, while charter boats allow you to visit Ibiza’s hidden coastal caves and secluded bays.