Things to see in the Ibiza and surronding area
If you’re spending a few days in Ibiza, you’ll be interested to know that its little sister, Formentera, has a thousand charms in less than 80 square kilometres.
This municipality in Ibiza, which gained worldwide fame during the 1970s for its lively bars and nightclubs, is also home to an impressive range of natural and cultural attractions.
Located in the northeast of the island of Ibiza, the municipality of Santa Eulalia del Río is one of those that best preserves the laid-back lifestyle and hippie essence of the 70s.
The picturesque and ancient fishing village of Portinatx is one of the most charming and treasured tourist destinations in northern Ibiza.
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia (or San José) is the largest municipality in Ibiza. So as you can imagine, there’s plenty to see here, from coves to heritage.
Right in the geographical heart of the island is the town of Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, an unmissable stop on any trip to Ibiza.
Ibiza hides small treasures in the form of towns and villages, both on the coast and inland, which show us the most genuine side of the island.
Even in summer, Ibiza offers places away from the large parties and overcrowded beaches. Places to while away the hours and, literally, lose yourself.