This wonder of nature has been attracting people from all over the world for decades who are in search of sun, its more than 210 km of beautiful beaches and lots of fun. In addition the island has an incredible beauty, a vast historical and cultural heritage, it is very difficult to make a selection of the best spots on the island, but we venture to make a list with our Ibiza essential for an unforgettable visit.
Top 10 places to visit in Ibiza
No visit to Ibiza can be complete without the tour at dusk through the old town of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town. Discover its corners, walk the streets and narrow alleys knowing its history and visit its most representative monuments, buy some souvenirs among the many craft shops and stands in the markets, or reach the cathedral of Ibiza. A journey that leaves no one indifferent and is a must for any visitor coming to Ibiza for the first time.
Visit The Hippy market of Punta Arabi. Located in Es Canar next to Cala Martina, it is the oldest and largest market of the island, a magical place full of history. Walking along its narrow corridors while enjoying the fabulous atmosphere that is created in the market is a unique experience on the island. The market is held on Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm since 1973, more than 40 years ago. Over 500 stands featuring products of all kinds such as crafts, fashion, footwear, jewelry, artworks…
At TRIPKAY, we recommend renting a car or a motorcycle and exploring its most emblematic beaches. Ibiza is a small place, so it is very easy to get around the island. We recommend renting a vehicle to explore some of the most beautiful beaches you’ve ever seen, like Cala Compte or Cala d’Hort and its crystal clear turquoise waters and fine white sand, enjoy a wonderful meal at one of the bars of Ses Salines or contemplate the islets of Es Vendrá. Ibiza has more than 60 beautiful beaches of fine white sand that looks like they were taken from a picture postcard.
Dress up like a hippie and dance until dawn at one of the many parties of Ibiza Flower Power. If you are on holiday in Ibiza, we recommend you enjoy at least one night of this wonderful party and revive the essence of the 60s and 70s dancing rhythms. The most famous party is held at the Pacha nightclub, and is attended by countless celebrities, artists, singers, soccer players, and speakers every year. Are you going to it?
Visit the park of Ses Salines, considered one of the most surprising environments on the island to enjoy a wonderful day surrounded by nature. This wonderful Natural Park extends south to Formentera Island, including the seabed that separate them and is one of the most important in the Balearics. The park offers fantastic journeys through its territory of great environmental wealth to meet fauna and flora which are very abundant.
Drink a mojito while enjoying one of the best sunsets in the world in the famous Café del Mar. We cannot consider a visit to Ibiza complete if you have not enjoyed a sunset at what is perhaps the world’s best known beach bar. Its name has crossed borders and has been for many years a symbol of the island. It opened in 1980 and became famous for its spectacular sunsets and compilation CDs, selling thousands of copies worldwide of its chill out music.
While in Ibiza, you cannot miss the chance to catch a ferry and visit the beautiful neighboring island of Formentera for at least a day. Tour the island on a motorcycle, discover the beaches, swim in the crystal clear turquoise waters and discover the secrets of one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean.
Another essential Ibiza sunsets is the Cala Benirras, on Sunday, as the Sun starts to go into hiding, to increase the number of drums sounding start. Dozens of people, most of them hippies, accompany the Sun with their music giving the place a mystical atmosphere. Hundreds of people attend this spectacle from the beach or from the sea.
If you like nature this is another of your Essentials. If visits the Cala D’hort Natural Reserve you can enjoy some beautiful routes that will take you to the highest areas of Ibiza, from where you can enjoy a unique landscape and high biological value, the islets of Es Vedrà, Es Vedranell, Sa Conillera, S ‘S’illa des Bosc, S’ S’espartar and Ses Bledes.
The best place to visit the scenic Santa Eulalia is the Puig de Missa , a beautiful , iconic and full of history place that you’ll love. It is a fortified church surrounded by white houses Ibiza style . It is one of the oldest places of the island and our other Ibiza Haves