Tourism Info

Discover the 210 km coast with more than 40 small islands and 50 beaches. We guarantee you an unforgettable experience with the beauty of its beaches and its unique nature, the quality of its clear waters, and the innate history of its villages.

Ibiza or Eivissa is a paradise island located in the Mediterranean Sea. Together with the islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera it makes up the Balearic archipelago. Ibiza has an area of 572 km2 and a population of 133,000 inhabitants.

The warm and sunny year round climate makes Ibiza a desirable destination, and it is less than three hours by plane from most European capitals. Ibiza is one of the few places in the world where people of different origins and ideology enjoy the multiple leisure options in perfect harmony.

BEST THINGS TO DO IN IBIZA

-Visit the historic Dalt Vila World Heritage Site. Do not hesitate to ask for the best routes through the city. Dramatized tours with a professional guide that will transport you to other times, or routes that can be done alone among the quiet streets.

– Stroll along the Salinas Nature Reserve, which houses ancient salt ponds. You can enjoy beautiful beaches, walks along the paths among junipers and pines, and enjoy a peaceful sunset cocktail at Cap d’es Falco.

– Enjoy a romantic Dinner at Can Berri Vell, located in an elegant rustic farmhouse in Sant Agusti, the most traditional and well-preserved village of the island. www.canberrivell.com

– Without a doubt, do not miss browsing the turquoise waters of the Balearic Islands, whether in a luxury yacht, a sailboat or a kayak, and admire small rocky coves only accessible by boat.

– Make a day trip to Formentera, its incredible beaches have nothing to envy to other paradise destinations. Fast Ferry services only 25 minutes away from Ibiza.

– There are hundreds of wonderful places to enjoy amazing sunsets from the West Coast, but from Cala Conta you will enjoy the best spot, anytime through the year.

– Sunday evening in Benirras. One of the most frequented beaches of the island welcome the sunset with the sound of hundreds of drums – a particular experience.

– Hippy shopping day at Las Dalias hippy market, a world known bazaar full of wonderful surprises. Great diversity of both products and multicultural background of the people who gather there every Saturday.

– Enjoy traditional gastronomy like “Bullit de Peix” or a fresh sh in the unusual beaches of Es Torrent and Es Xarcu.

– For those who enjoy trekking, an excursion to Atlantis will be a spectacular option. Discover this magical place facing the mythical island of Es Vedra and a few steps down the Torre des Savinar, which served to spot pirates in the past. The prints made by hippies, the caves naturally excavated in the rocks and the Sci-Fi landscape worth the walk!

– For those looking for a soft walk, the park’s trails along the cliffs of Cala D’hort to enjoy the amazing view over Es Vedra and Es Vedranell magical islands.

– Enjoy a trendy beach day in one of the famous beach clubs on the island, like Tropicana and Blue Marlin in Cala Jondal, or CBBC in Cala Bassa, enjoying the luxury and comfort at the beach!

– Evening concerts in charming village bars like Raco Verd in Sant Josep, concerts of all kinds of music on a beautiful terrace facing the church. If you’re a fan of rock or blues music, do not miss Fridays at Can Jordi, a legendary bar-tent exhibition hall of the oldest in town.

– Relax in one of the spas of the island, some with beautiful environments, do not miss the La Posidonia, at the luxury Hacienda Hotel in Sant Miquel, the facilities are of the most sophisticated but the place and the views are unique, truly spectacular.

Pedal or ride the island! Ibiza has many rural routes that will surprise you for its tranquillity, being so retained, its ora and fauna, and its well-preserved traditional architecture… Bicycle and trekking routes available in tourists offices throughout the island.

– Dive into crystal clear waters, thanks to the meadows of Posidonia declared a world heritage site, Ibiza and Formentera waters have an extraordinary luminosity and a wide variety of species and caves.

– Ibiza is the home of electronic music, and it is worth visiting the famous nightclubs, but Ibiza also hosts Jazz music festivals, classical music concerts and opera in the old town, by the old walls of Dalt Vila.