Ibiza is one of the places in the Mediterranean that has it all, boasting a perfect blend of beaches, nature, towns and villages and plenty of entertainment.
The massive influx of international tourists has made Ibiza one of the best places in the world to try all kinds of cuisine.
Until 1930, the cala de San Vicente was isolated from the rest of the island due to the lack of a road, but today it’s in high demand thanks to sun and beach tourism.
The picturesque and ancient fishing village of Portinatx is one of the most charming and treasured tourist destinations in northern Ibiza.
Located in the north of the island, Cala Xarraca is a perfect spot for snorkelling and for enjoying the peace and quiet offered by its stunning natural surroundings.
Located in the north of Ibiza, next to Puerto de San Miguel, cala de Benirrás is famous for its spectacular sunsets and its hippie drumming party.
It’s difficult to choose between the almost 200 coves and beaches on Ibiza’s coastline. Because there are beaches to suit all tastes and times of the year.
Shops selling adlib fashion, prestigious international stores, luxury clothing, hippy markets… Ibiza can justifiably be described as one of the Mediterranean’s most fashion-conscious islands. Shall we go shopping?
Although it might seem that Ibiza is just a destination for going out clubbing with friends, the island’s diversity offers endless attractions for children.