Ibiza Spain

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a globally acclaimed party island with hip nightlife scene and EDM, Ibiza has also a very calm and relaxed side to it which most of people don’t even know about. The Spanish islands always rank high when it comes to talking about summer holiday destinations. Spanish islands are classified into two groups: the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands and Ibiza, Spain is the third-largest island of the Balearic Islands group. Locating comfortably in the Mediterranean Sea region, it is a gorgeous sunny getaway with wild nightlife and obviously scrumptious cuisine. What more? It is home to some of the best beaches in the Balearic Islands and is a fun place to indulge in every sort of water activity. If you have time in your hand, you can also get to Formentera Island that is just a boat ride away from Ibiza. Small, packed with attractions and unparalleled fun experiences, these are the best places to visit in Ibiza, Spain that is worth visiting. 

As Ibiza, Spain is revered as a party island, many can think that it is a holiday destination only meant for the youngsters. But that is a mere misconception. It has quiet and beautiful beaches and has a wide selection of restaurants that serve everything from Mediterranean dishes to even sushi. A fantastic place for families too, the north of the island is all pretty with mountains and forests and one can even go for an Ibiza Jeep Safari which is a fantastic way to see the offbeat side of the island. Fallen in love already? Now let us just go through a quick mention of some of the best places to visit in Ibiza.

Top-rated And Best Places To Visit In Ibiza, Spain:

Ibiza Town:

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The capital of Ibiza, Ibiza Town boasts a long history and has a beautiful old historic downtown too named, Dalt Vila. Locating on the southeast coast of the island, the town is only 7 km away from Ibiza Airport. And for everyone coming to this Spanish island, the capital town is a must-visit. Its harbor is the docking area for all the luxury yachts and the town is all dotted with lit restaurants, bars, and healthy cafes. Visit the moody Dalt Vila which locates on the hilltop and soak in the tranquil atmosphere while you stroll through the narrow alleyways. Visit the nicely lit Ramparts which is the fortification wall encircling the Vila. Sample fresh seafood, visit the Ibiza Cathedral and also check out all the party venues.

Talamanca Beach:

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One of the biggest urban beaches on the island of Ibiza, Spain, Talamanca can conveniently be reached from Ibiza town and locates on the north side of the town. Beautiful white-colored sand, relaxing atmosphere, and clear water make this beach excellent for bathing and the beach has a lovely promenade and is equipped with amenities like sunbeds, lifeguards, lockers, etc.

Sitting just next to the yachting port of Marina Botafoch, the beach has an excellent selection of bars and restaurants and there are good-quality Mediterranean eateries too that are open year-round and offer you great food. Soak in the beautiful views of the Old town from the beach that is even more gorgeous during the nighttime.

Best Markets In Ibiza, Spain:

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Ibiza’s boho-chic character can best be felt in its markets. With handcrafted jewelry, bohemian clothing items, souvenirs – Ibiza’s markets are colorful and lively. Most of the markets occur on a weekly basis. Some of the most super-chill markets are San Juan Market, Forada Market, and San Rafael Market. All of these markets are popularly known as hippie markets. 

San Juan Market which occurs every Sunday is a place to buy many eco-friendly goods that include everything from honey to cold-pressed oils to natural soaps. Ibiza Town’s markets sell fresh fruits, flowers, meat, and fish too. Apart from artisan products, the markets are always bubbling with music and are filled with tasty foods too.

The Best Restaurants:

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Your holidays are never complete without good food and Ibiza, Spain is all filled with amazing traditional Spanish food and many local dishes that are more than decadent. Sample a dish of traditional paella or tapas treats and gorge on the delicious filled pastries ‘Flaó’. To taste tempting sangria to Ensaimadas, a small Balearic croissant, you have to visit the best restaurants in Ibiza.

The island has everything from good beach restaurants, fine dining options with a lip-smacking menu, healthy eateries to cafes, and brunch restaurants, and more. A Mi Manera is a divine place that serves delightful Mediterranean cuisine. Sa Capella is a restaurant that was formerly a church. A place with so much history, you will get to taste stunning Spanish and Mediterranean cuisines here.

Want to get transported to an ecstasic Asian sanctuary? Visit Bambuddha where you will be served with specialities from Vietnam, Japan, and even Thailand.

The Museums Too:

Known as a party destination and an acclaimed nightlife venue, Ibiza, Spain is not only for party lovers. The island has a fair share of museums which are also a must-visit if you are interested to know about the island’s history, culture, and heritage. During your stay, make it a point to visit these museums that are listed below:

Ethnographic Museum Of Ibiza:

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If you want to learn about the typical rural life of the island, this museum is a must-visit.

Archaeological Museum Ibiza:

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Locating in the old town, this museum is the best place to visit when you want to learn about the history of Ibiza and Formentera. This museum is aimed at preserving, studying, and exhibiting all the remains that are associated with the historic past of the island. All its objects are arranged into five sections namely, Prehistoric, Phoenician, Punic, Roman, Islamic.

The other museums are Contemporary Art Museum and Puget Museum. Both of these museums are situated in Dalt Vila. 

Visit Punta d’es Moscarter, The Northern Tip:

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The northern tip of the island of Ibiza has a more rugged and wild feel and is all speckled with pine forests, farmlands, and coastline with coves cut into it. These pretty coves are nestled with holiday communities. The best thing to do here is to going for a cliff-top trail walk from Portinatx to the lighthouse that stands at the clifftop. The lighthouse standing tall at a height of 52 meters is the tallest man-made structure on the whole island. Trekking to the tip of the island and soaking in the lovely view of the surrounding off the headland is one of the best things to do in Ibiza, Spain.

Cala Salada Beach:

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Looking out for a rustic retreat that provides you with the best sunset watching experience sitting on a rocky shoreline? You need to visit Cala Salada Beach which locates at the foot of a pine forest, in the southwest part of Ibiza, Spain. This beach still holds a more natural and rustic feel where nature abounds. The turquoise water, the super-soft sandy beach, and the magnificent location surrounded by pine forests – this beach is one of the most exhilarating beaches on the island.

Sant Antoni de Portmany:

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Also known as just San Antonio, this town locating on the western coast of Ibiza, Spain is one of the top nightlife destinations in Ibiza. This is the second-largest town in Ibiza and is the place where you will find plenty of places to drink and dance. Find all the fun on Sunset Strip where you will get plenty of scopes to chill and relax at several cafes and bars overlooking the sea. After the sun sets, head to the West End and enjoy all the nightlife to the fullest.

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