In this small suitcase we’ve packed up seven travel tips of all kinds that can be very useful when visiting Ibiza.

The island is much more than sun and beach and there are countless things to do and see during the whole day. Sunsets, lively bars and nightclubs, sports and outdoor activities… So don’t stay lazing in the hotel and go out and enjoy the island!


Plan well the trip: You want to know what different things you can do during your trip? In this link, there’s a small guide to our favorite places, such as natural parks, markets, shopping areas, restaurants, beach bars, the best places to watch the sunset…


Beaches: With 210 km of coastline and dozens of beaches and coves. Ibiza has everything, from lively and glamorous beaches such as Cala Jondal, Cala Bassa and Ses Salines, to idyllic beaches ideal for watching the sunset, such as Cala Comte. The beaches in the north of the island, in the Sant Joan and Santa Eulalia areas, are usually quieter and more peaceful. Some of them, even in the middle of summer, are uncrowded. To find the best time to go to a particular beach, check things like from where the wind is blowing, etc. For example, when the wind blows from the north is best to visit the beaches in the south and vice versa. Also, the sun sets later in the beaches in the west.


Getting around in Ibiza: The best way for getting around the island is renting a car. Public transport (namely buses) works well on many routes, but if you really want to fully discover Ibiza the best is a car. Although you will find many car rental offers online, you should carefully read the reservation conditions. Also, another option is the taxi, although it’s more expensive. But only take official licensed taxis, because illegal ones are non-compliant with the regulation and if you have any problem you won’t have the right to make a claim.


Eating o dine: In Ibiza you can eat very well because there’s many and great restaurants with all kinds of cuisine and price ranges. You can try dishes from all over the world as well as local dishes which you must try. Next link, the guide offers you 10 good, nice and cheap restaurants


Markets: Another attraction of Ibiza are the hippy and craft markets. They’re a must because in them you’ll find the authentic hippie essence of the island, all kinds of crafts and items from all around the world. Some of the essential markets are Las Dalias, Es Canar and the Ibiza town port market. There’s at least one different market every day. More info on the following link Siente Ibiza


If you’re a bike riding fan: The island has very beautiful sceneries, therefore bike excursions are highly recommended. In this link, you can learn more about all the routes by moutain bike, classified by duration and difficulty level. It’s advisable to do them during the daytime and be more cautious when going onto the road, because in summer there is a lot of traffic. On the other hand, if you prefer having a guide in your excursions, is a great option. Photo Diario de Ibiza


Ibiza is not just a sun and beach destination. Culturally, the island of Ibiza is a place with a very rich history. It has been declared World Heritage Site for its walled city of Dalt Vila, the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta and for natural and environmental values such as the Posidonia Oceanica seagrass. It also has interesting museums such as MACE (Museum of Contemporary Art), the interpretation center of muslim Ibiza: Ibiza Yabisah, the Archaeological Museum and the Puget Museum. We can also highlight the parks, such as the Natural Park of Ses Salines (with natural salt pans and valuable bird species such as flamingos) and nature reserves such as the Cala d’Hort Nature Reserve, including many sets of islets rich in fauna and flora, among which you can find Es Vedrà.