If you’re thinking all-night events and the best parties in Europe, you might be surprised to discover a world apart from DJs and dancing.
Ibiza nightlife does absolutely rock, but explore further and you’ll find medieval history, charming villages and total relaxation overlooking the glimmering Med.
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Ibiza is a compact island. Regular buses run from the airport to Ibiza Town bus station, the island’s transport hub. You can also hire taxis and cars to get around, or ferry over to neighbouring Formentera. For a more tranquil taste of Balearic beauty, explore the island’s hiking routes.
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Neighbourhoods To See
Playa d’en Bossa: for partying
Laid-back beach resort by day, home of world-class DJs at famous venues by night. Playa d’en Bossa might be the jewel in Ibiza’s hard-partying crown.
Dalt Vila: for history
Don’t miss the chance to savour this UNESCO-protected fortified town’s several museums and enchanting atmosphere. Enter through the Portal de ses Taules, a gateway in the medieval walls, then explore on foot.
Cala Llonga: for families
This easily accessible resort, nestled in the contours of the island, is great for families. Far enough away from the clubs to relax, close enough to head into town if you get the itch to party.
Dalt Vila Fortifications
The historic fortifications dominating the landscape of Ibiza Town make up one of the most impressively preserved sites in Spain.
Port of Ibiza
Live it up vicariously with a wander around Ibiza Town’s glamorous port to see mega-yachts and fishing boats moored next to each another in the atmospheric harbour.
Las Salinas Nature Reserve
Only 10 minutes from Ibiza Town, this protected nature reserve features salt flats, sand dunes, a popular beach and ponds full of pink flamingos.
Café del Mar
Watching a famous Ibiza sunset at Café del Mar listening to a chilled DJ set is still one of the quintessential island experiences.
Cala Jondal Beach
Picking which of Ibiza’s sun-baked beaches to visit can be tricky. Cala Jondal, backed by a conservation area, offers a serene natural location to escape the noise of city beaches.
Food and Drink
Seek out places serving food from the island itself – Ibiza’s nourishing soils grow figs, grapes and olives – and hearty seafood dishes, washed down with zingy local wines.
JANUARY | Three Kings Celebration
Spaniards open their presents, floats parade through the towns and the island takes a day off on Epiphany (6th Jan).
MARCH 1st | Day of the Balearic Islands
Celebrating the region’s political autonomy through concerts and parties around Ibiza.
EASTER | Holy Week
Look out for the magical torchlight procession on Good Friday.
MAY | Dalt Vila Fair
Watch medieval re-enactments and street performers in the historic centre of Ibiza Town.
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One of the planet’s ultimate nightlife destinations, Ibiza hosts A-list DJs and celebrities at world-famous venues. If superclubs aren’t your thing, there are buzzing nights all over the island.