So far, Ibiza has been one of my favourite trips ever. And it will be a hard one to top! It turns out Ibiza isn’t only about clubbing, they also have stunning beaches, great restaurants, shopping and luxury hotels. There’s an indescribable energy in Ibiza that’s nothing short of amazing. It’s something you really have to experience for yourself. Here’s my guide to Ibiza…
WHERE TO STAY
- El Corsario is a great boutique hotel in Dalt Vila overlooking Ibiza Town and Ibiza Port.
- If you’re travelling with a group (or want your own space) I highly recommend renting your own villa through Ibiza Summer Villas.
WHAT TO SEE & DO
- Las Salinas beach is absolutely beautiful, and it looked more like a beach from Thailand than Spain. Walk as far down the coast as possible (towards to watch tower) to find small coves and empty beaches. It’s not hard to find your own secluded beach in this area, far away from any other tourists.
- A walk around the Ibiza Town Port is a must for any Ibiza vacation. The beautiful yachts and the bright blue water make this the perfect area for pictures.
- Dalt Vila is another cool area to walk around. High up the hill in Ibiza Town, it has plenty of places where you can enjoy the view below. You’ll find tons of shops, restaurants and cafes here.
- Shopping is my favourite pastime in Ibiza. Be sure to check out Basket Beach Ibiza and Sal de Ibiza.
WHERE TO EAT
- Cafe Del Mar is an absolute legend in Ibiza. Reservations are required for a table in the front row, and there’s a minimum spend of 45€ per person. It’s worth it for the sunset views!
- I ate fresh salads and toastadas at Es Tap Nou every day. No joke.
- Sushiya Aoyama is one of the best sushi restaurants on the island – but make sure you make a reservation ahead of time.
- For the best burgers in Ibiza head to Vinyl Burger! Try the burger with Iberico ham.
WHERE TO DRINK
- Ushuaia was my favourite venue by far! Don’t miss the legendary A State of Trance parties every Thursday with Armin Van Buuren.
- Amnesia was the busiest club we went to. It took us 20 minutes to get from the front door to the VIP balcony. It cost us 20€ extra to get balcony access, and it was worth every penny because it was way less crowded.
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