Things you should do if you visit Ibiza

Ibiza is so much more other than sun and beaches, since there’s a lot of things to do during the day aside from that. Sunsets, clubs, sports… if you stay in your hotel room it’s because you want to!

Here’s some things you can and should do in your trip to Ibiza:


Planning the trip well is almost as important as the trip itself. Given the size of Ibiza, if you plan meticulously every place you are going to visit and your schedule, you’ll be able to visit all the interesting places in the island in just one trip.


With over 200 km of coast and several dozens of beaches and coves, you can find your ideal beach in Ibiza for sure. From more glamorous beaches like Jondal Cove, Bassa Cove and ses Salines Beach, to others more paradise-like and with the ideal sunsets, like the Comte Cove. The ones located on the north of the island are usually more quiet and less crowded. According to the islanders, the best time to visit a beach is when the wind is blowing in the opposite direction: if the wind’s blowing from the north we should visit the southern beaches, and vice versa.

Moving around in Ibiza

If you ask around the island what’s the best method of transport to move around Ibiza everyone will tell you the same: to rent a car in Ibiza. This is due to the fact that the public transport in Ibiza works well inside the main cities, but if you truly want to know the rest of the island you are better off renting a car of your own so you can have more freedom to visit whatever you want, whenever you want.

Street markets

One of Ibiza’s main attractions are the street markets, famous around most of the island’s villages. If you like the hippie movement you can’t miss them. The one you must absolutely visit are the ones of Las Dalias, es Canar and the one in the harbor of the city of Ibiza.

As you can see, Ibiza is not only sun and beaches, just like we said at the beginning. The island is also a very interesting place culturally speaking, since it was declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO thanks to the walled city of Dalt Vila, one of the only two remaining fortresses from the Renaissance in Europe.

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