Ibiza: things to see and do on your Spanish holiday
What to see in Ibiza? This is the question that is most frequently searched on Google on the Spanish island and we at Fashionaut want to show you the many possible activities during your stay in Ibiza.
Ibiza is transgression, night clubs, entertainment, but not only this: it is also culture, art and one of the most crystalline sea in Europe at an affordable price: there are in fact many apartments in Ibiza and the possibilities for a low cost stay on the Spanish island. Are you ready to discover the most fun and transgressive island in the world? Let’s go to Ibiza!
Before leaving, we should take a look at the map of Ibiza, so as to immediately understand the size of this island, which is 572 square kilometers. It is part of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, which includes, among others, the islands of Mallorca and Menorca, as well as that of Formentera.
How to reach Ibiza
Ibiza can be reached by air, thanks to the presence of the airport, which is only 7 km from the city center and manned by the following airlines: Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, Baboo, Blu-express, Condor, Vueling, etc. Alternatively, it is possible to reach Ibiza through sea transport: there are in fact several lines that connect the island with Barcelona, Valencia, Mallorca, Denia, Formentera.
Where to sleep in Ibiza
Where to sleep in Ibiza? The question arises spontaneously and immediately finds various solutions to solve the problem.
In fact, staying in Ibiza has never been so easy, thanks to the presence of:
- Hotel and Resort;
Most tourists, especially younger people, prefer to stay in hostels and apartments in Ibiza which can offer a good combination of quality of facilities and affordable price. If you really don’t want to give up comfort, Ibiza offers a large number of hotels and resorts ready to welcome you with open arms and give you an unforgettable holiday.
Ibiza: things to see
For those who want culture and art, the island is ready to amaze you! In fact, it is possible to visit the following places of interest:
- Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta: from the 8th century BC, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site;
- Torre di Sa Sal rossa: tower built in the sixteenth century, which protected access to the city in case of attacks by sea;
- Punic sanctuary of es Culleram: it is a natural cave where remains of the centuries ranging from IV to II BC are found;
- Sa punta des Moli: mill also home to numerous exhibitions;
- Ibiza Ethnography Museum;
- River knowledge centers: ancient flour mill that can be seen in operation;
The island of Ibiza is obviously famous for its crystal clear sea, as well as for its nightclubs. Before throwing yourself into the fray of the many nightclubs, a dip in the water is a must!
The most beautiful beaches of Ibiza are:
- Playa d’en Bossa: is one of the best known beaches in Ibiza. It is famous because it is characterized throughout the day by music and parties in the dozens of bars along the beach and is the most crowded and with the greatest presence of young people;
- Talamanca: with its 900 meters it is the longest beach in Ibiza and is located between Ses Figueretes and Playa d’en Bossa;
- Cala Conta: located near the second city of the island, that is S. Antonio;
- Cala Bassa: it is located in the western part of the island and has crystal clear waters, also suitable for children (the water is shallow), where you can enjoy the view of S. Antonio in the distance;
- Cala Llonga: it is located in a position of great scenic interest and is ideal for people who like silence and tranquility, but also for young sportsmen who practice water sports;
- Cala Tarida: made up of fine white sand but also of rock in its highest parts. Recommended for scuba diving enthusiasts;
- Cala Portinax: north east of the island;
- Ses Salines: very panoramic and extensive beach, belonging, together with the islets of es Freus and the island of Formentera, to a protected natural park;
Those who decide to take their holiday in Ibiza know that every year this is the destination of young people from all over Europe (and beyond) who meet to attend the most fashionable clubs on the island. In fact, DJs from all over the world love to play their pieces in the best clubs in Ibiza.
The most famous clubs in Ibiza are:
- Amnesia Ibiza: has a capacity of 5,000 people and is the best club on the island and possibly in the world. Its most important parties are: the foam party, La Troya, Bozzolo, Pop Star and La Matinee.
- Pacha: one of the most important nightclubs in Ibiza. It can hold about 3,000 people and hosts DJs of the caliber of David Guetta (his party is called F *** me I’m famous), DJ Tiesto and DJ Piti;
- Privilege: one of the biggest clubs in the world that you can’t miss, especially when Armin Van Buuren and Supermartxe perform;
- Bora Bora: this is a day disco, where you can dance, drink fantastic drinks and get ready for the night;
- Eden Ibiza: one of the most famous and newly managed nightclubs;
- Es Paradis: one of the first clubs on the island where you can’t miss the Water Festival , which, through a source inside the club, will bathe you with thousands of liters of water.
- Swag: located in Playa d’en Bossa, it has a capacity of about 1,000 people and is considered one of the landmarks of the island’s nightlife.
In this post we have told you about the main attractions and the main things to see in Ibiza. Let us know how your vacation went!