Ibiza – the third largest of the Balearic Islands in Spain after the Mallorca and Menorca islands. All over the world, this place is famous for its epic nightlife, but Ibiza is far more than just nightclubs and parties. During the day there are lots of amazing sights and memorable spots you must see. Here’s the list of the places you can’t miss.
Places to visit:
- Port d’Ibiza. The heart of the island is included in World Heritage Sites by [******]. Take a walk here before the party, enjoy some good music, luxury yachts, and shopping.
- Castle of Ibiza. The castle was built in the XII century. Located on a big hill and marks the top of the island's Upper Town. The best times to visit are sunset and sunrise.
- Cova de Can Marçà. Located in the north of Ibiza, the cave was formed over 100 thousand years ago. It’s a pure gift of nature that was left for people: beautiful formations, lakes, and waterfalls are absolutely mind-blowing.
- Cala Salada beach. One of the best and cozy beaches on the island. Surrounded by pine forests, the water is perfectly clear and beautiful. It’s a favorite beach of locals and private boat owners.
- Museu d’Art Contemporani d’Eivissa. Located in a 17th-century building in Dalt Vila, the museum has a beautiful garden and many art exhibitions, including some creative local artists’ works.
- Hippie Markets. The best-known markets are Las Dalias and Punta Arabí. Here you can buy some organic food, vintage items, artisanal and handmade goods, local crafts, etc.
- San Antonio. Discover the "clubbing capital of the universe".
- Cala Conta. Here you will enjoy the whole day on the favorite beach of San Antonio citizens.
- Formentera. Take a day trip to explore the smallest of the Balearic islands.
- Cala Vadella. Turquoise water and rocky seaside are too attractive to jump from. What can be better for active leisure?
- Don’t buy party tickets at nightclubs: pre-booking will save you money and time.
- Don’t spend all the time in one part of the island: explore different beaches and places, it’s definitely worth it!