Instagram is one of the most used social networks these days, and we wanted to collect the best photographs from users taken in the north of Ibiza. We love seeing the island through your eyes.

Las Dalias Market

One of the most visited places in the north of the island is the Las Dalias market. A place packed with stalls with oodles of the hippy essence. y.

@ppaulatorres_

@ppaulatorres_

Cala Xarraca

This is one of the most sought-after photos on the island. On the left-hand side of the stunning Cala Xarraca is this improvised ‘swing’. What a picture!

@helloworld_nz

@helloworld_nz

Portinatx Lighthouse

The Sa Punta des Moscarter lighthouse is located to the north of Portinatx. Its size and its beauty make it one of the most photographed lighthouses in Ibiza and Formentera.

@cristinatosio

@cristinatosio

Cala Aubarca

This natural stone bridge is one of the most photographed parts of Cala Aubarca. Its sheer height above the sea makes it a place that commands breathtaking views.

@niiinaa.98

@niiinaa.98

S’illot des Renclí

Mediterranean essence is what you’ll find at this beach near Sant Joan. You’ll also come across a restaurant of the same name to savour a delicious paella while admiring these views.

@alice__q

@alice__q

Kayaking

A sunset in the north of Ibiza rewards us with a stunning kaleidoscope of colours. A great alternative idea is to admire it from the water while kayaking. We love it.

@joseluis_lifestyle_ibiza

@joseluis_lifestyle_ibiza

Church of Sant Miquel

The village of Sant Miquel de Balansat is perched at the bottom of a small hill that is crowned by its church. A stunning fortified 16th-century building with whitewashed walls. All the essence of inland Ibiza.

@paolojommi

@paolojommi

Sunset from Benirràs beach

The sunset in Benirrás is one of the must-sees on your trip to Ibiza. Its horizon dotted by imposing rock formations guarantees some wonderful sunsets. It’s also famous for the hippy drum party that takes place on Sundays.

@dorpell

@dorpell

Sant Joan Hippy Market

One of Ibiza’s markets with most bohemian and hippy essence is the one in Sant Joan, which brings together a wealth of artisans who sell their works at several stalls. Take advantage of the visit to explore the town, see its church and have a picnic.

@criismirandaa

@criismirandaa