Ibiza is the heart of the international party scene. We’ve travelled the island to bring you the top places to go, from the most exclusive clubs to the wildest sessions on boats.
The salt flats of Ibiza are one of the richest ecosystems on the island and in the Balearic archipelago, and are home to two incredible beaches.
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.
Situated in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, this beautiful cove spanning barely 75 metres in length is a gift for the senses
We’ve travelled around Ibiza in search of the most unforgettable sunsets. Find out where to watch the sun go down so you don’t miss a single one!
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.
Ibiza is a paradise for scuba diving. We highlight the essential places for scuba diving and the best beaches for snorkelling.
Among the many ways of getting to know Ibiza, kayaking is one of the most original. Check out these routes and choose the one you like the most.