Ibiza. An island full of contrasts. On a small, human scale. Partying 24 hours a day. But also peace and space. Places where you can cherish the silence even in summer. Dozens of small coves. But also culture and nature. For instance Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s ancient town. UNESCO World Heritage. And Ses Salines nature park. Want to relax? Water sports, mountain biking, hiking, polo and golf.
Ibiza is a melting pot of cultures, an island with an international appeal, not only today but traditionally.
Eivissa, Ibiza City, is Ibiza’s capital. An attractive town excellently suited for fun and entertainment. You can shop near the old harbour or in the old town. Numerous outdoor cafes for a glass of beer or a fine glass of wine. And many restaurants. A walk through Dalt Villa, the ancient fortified town? Very worthwhile, a feat for the eyes. In and around Eivissa there are also the clubs, including Pacha and Space
Marina Nueva and Marina Botafoch. Nice shops and restaurants, including Lio, Calma, Cappuccino and La Petite Belgique. Nearby: Talamanca. Lovely beaches. And a fine restaurant: The Harbour club.
Surprising: the northern part of the island. More peaceful during the summer months. A more rugged landscape. With attractive villages. Including Sant Joan, a small village hidden among the hills. A breeding ground of hippies during the 1960s. And Sant Carles with the best hippie market of the island at a stone’s throw: Las Dalias. In the north you will find lovely beaches too, including Benniras and Aguas Blancas. Want to discover a different side of Ibiza? Consider hiring a boat for a day!