Top Things To Do And See In Ibiza

Ibiza, Spain
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Ibiza is one of Spain’s Balearic Islands, which include the main islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera. It lies approximately 186 kilometers off the coast of Valencia and can be reached by many international flights, or by ferry from the mainland. Read our list of top picks for things to do and see on the island, from partying to laid-back beaches.

Go Clubbing in Sant Antoni

Ibiza is of course known for its lively nightlife and party scene, and is home to some of the most famous night clubs in the world. The city of Sant Antoni de Portmany is the island’s second largest and sits on its west coast. Some of the more renowned clubs here include Amnesia, Es Paradis, Ocean Beach and Eden Ibiza. Make sure to take a walk down the celebrated Sunset Strip, dotted with bars along the waterfront.

Es Paradis club, Ibiza

Go Diving

Ibiza may not seem like a classic diving destination, however its waters are actually home to a wide variety of marine life. Qualified divers and those who want to learn should head to the Scuba Ibiza Diving Centre in Marina Botafoch in Ibiza Town’s harbor.

Walk Along the Ramparts of Dalt Vila

Dalt Vila, also known as Ibiza Town, is one Ibiza’s most picturesque cities, which is home to an old port and historic city ramparts, which were built in the 16th century to keep out the Turks. The fortified Upper Town (Alta Vila) is a leading example of Renaissance military architecture and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Island-Hop To Formentera

Ibiza’s little sister is a world apart from the packed resorts and party towns, and it lies just six kilometers away. Home to Caribbean-style beaches, small coves and inlets, and charming villages, it’s definitely worth exploring, even if just for the day.

Formentera, Spain

Party With the Hippies at Benirrás Beach

Ibiza doesn’t only enjoy a reputation as a party island, but also as a laid-back, hippie island. If you want to experience the real hippie side of it, head to Benirrás Beach, located near Port de San Miguel, on a Sunday night for the famous sunset drumming party.

Admire the Famous Rock Formation of Es Vedrà

Visit the area of Cala d’Hort and you’ll see the celebrated Es Vedrà rock formation rising dramatically from the sea. Part of a protected nature reserve, it measures around 400 meters in height and makes for quite a sight.

Es Vedrà rock, Ibiza

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