Ibiza is a fantastic island with a diverse selection of attractions. No matter what kind of holiday you are searching for you are sure to find something that suits. There are so many things to see and do here it is not possible to list them all but here are a selection of the most popular attractions in Ibiza.
Market, Es Cana
The islands busiest and most popular market is held every Wednesday in the east coast resort of Es Cana. This is the original island market and even today you may still catch a glimpse of the original hippies who started things back in the 70s. The market is famous for its leather, lace and jewelry.
Las Dalias, San Carlos
In San Carlos in the North-East, set in the grounds of a restaurant, this weekly market continues in Saturdays throughout the year. Las Dalias is believed to be more original and less of a tourist market than the Hippy market in Es Cana. You can find a wide selection of handmade items as well as delights from all over the globe. Often you can find musicians and various other entertainers here. Las Dalias market is on a Saturday.
The Hippodrome, San Jordi
On Saturday morning the village of San Jordi is home to the hippodrome market. This market is open all year round and is a very popular event with the locals, in the winter the market is bigger and has more stalls. This is a very social event and a great way to meet the locals, the market could be compared to a car boot or a flea market.
Ibiza Old Town (Dalt Villa) - museum and galleries
No visit to Ibiza would be complete without a walk to the top of the old town (Dalt Vila). Now a United Nations world heritage site, Dalt Vila is steeped in history and it makes you feel like your back in the Middle Ages. From the peak you can see across the island and on a clear day see the neighboring island of Formentera While wondering around the cobble streets at your leisure you will find numerous galleries, museums and souvenir shops - just don’t forget your camera. The old town remains one of the most distinctive parts of Ibiza.
Boat Cruise & Private Charter
With over 210km of coastline and day at sea is a must. Explore the hidden caves, swim in the crysal clear waters or why not visit Ibiza's sister island Formentera? Boat tours go from all major resorts on the island and there are a wide variety on offer. Enjoy a few hour on a glass bottom boat, an all inclusive day tour or an unforgettable sunset cruise from the West coast. For groups we have the widest choice for private charters in Ibiza! From small boats to luxury sunseekers and sailing ships we have boats for all budgets! Private boat charters.
Aquamar Water Park, Playa den Bossa
Ibiza's water park is located in the popular resort of Playa den Bossa. Enjoy a fantastic fun filled day day out and make the most of the thrills and spills on offer. There is something for all ages and as well as kids fun pools the Aquamar is home to the kamikaze, black hole and twin twister. The islands longest beach is situated directly opposite for the beach lovers.
Sunset Strip, San Antonio
Arguable one of the best sunsets in the world this is one of the must do things when coming to Ibiza. Join the masses as the sun fades into the ocean behind the mystical island of Conejera. Mingle with the cosmopolitan crowd and enjoy a cool drink at one of the island most popular bars. Cafe del Mar, Mambos or Savannah are the perfect location to catch some of the worlds best djs play their tunes as the sun disappears beneath the horizon.
Salt flats of Salinas
Before tourism arrived the islands main source of income was the production of salt. The salt flats of Salinas are one of the most beautiful areas on the island. Located between San Jordi and the Ses Salinas beach, they are part of a nature reserve where several species of animals live (including Flamingos). At one end of the flats a huge salt mountain stands to a backdrop of pine trees, the views are stunning.
Caves at San Miguel (Can Marca)
From the first viewpoint you can enjoy the panoramic views over the whole of the bay of the Puerto San Miguel. Head. After following along a path cut of the rocks, you reach the mouth of the cave, 14 meters above sea level, this is the starting point for the visit to the 100,000 year old cave. Can Marça was discovered by smugglers, who used it for hiding their goods, hoisting them from the sea from an opening located at a height of 8/10 meters. It is still possible to see, to-day, the red or black paint marks signposting another way out in case of flight or emergency. Marvel at the spectacular stalagmites, stalagmites and underground cascades and at the heart you can find the spectacular music & light show.The caves are open all year round.
Es Vedra, Cala d'Hort
Es Vedra is a mysterious rock located just off the coast in the south west corner of Ibiza. At over a height of 400 meters this is the second highest point of Ibiza. Believed to be one of the most magnetic points on the planet many strange sightings have been seen! Small boats can be hired from the closest beach of Cala d'Hort, this is a great way to spend the afternoon. If you get close enough you can even see the resident mountain goats. We highly recommend a visit to the cliff top lookout point at dusk because a sunset here will never be forgotten. E's Veda is a truly breathtaking sight and was also used as a backdrop in the 1958 film south pacific. Ibiza is widely regarded as the most beautiful Balearic island - from here you will see why.
Inland Villages and their churches
Just a short drive inland from any of the main resorts will take you back in time to one of Ibiza's beautiful and traditional villages. The villages appear unchanged by time and tourism has not had a major impact sometimes you can still see the locals in traditional dress! You can be sure to find delightful cafes and bars serving tapas and other authentic dishes. At the heart of the villages you will find some astonishing whitewashed churches which were used as both houses of God and in battle times as fortresses, you can find over 20 churches to explore. Why not hire a car and head for the countryside?
Land Train San Antonio & Santa Eulalia
A journey on the land train is a real fun and exciting way to explore the countryside surrounding two of the islands biggest towns. Sit back and relax in the open air carriages and listen to the amusing but interesting commentary as you go. Take in the typical Mediterranean scenery as you head through the orange, lemon and almond groves. On the San Antonio trip entry is also included to Sa Cova wine tasting, this is a great way to see the quieter side of Ibiza. Trains go from opposite the Egg roundabout and the bus station in San Antonio and the taxi rank in Santa Eulalia. .
Contrary to belief Ibiza is not just about nightlife but it is a major part of Island life. Some of the parties are here and people come from all over the globe to sample the magic. The island is home to seven mega clubs with the largest having a capacity of 10,000 people. Why not less your hair down and see what all the fuss is about?
Aquarium, Cap Blanc, San Antonio
At the back of San Antonio built into the caves lies Ibiza's only aquarium. Originally used by fisherman to keep their catch fresh the caves are now home to a variety of Mediterranean life. There is also an outside bar and terrace area with fantastic views over the bay of San Antonio. The aquarium is small but certainly worth a visit and if you pick up a flyer from the tourist info centre you can receive a 20% discount.
Five Star Spas & Yoga Retreats
For anyone wishing to get away and totally unwind, Ibiza has a great selection of world class facilities where you can learn to relax 21st century style. Over the past few years the island has welcomed 5 star spas and their facilities which include Jacuzzi, hydro massage and Ibicenacan salt baths. If you really want to escape your hectic daily routine then why not de-tox at a rural retreat? On hand you have yoga courses for all level, great food and the magic of the countryside. For any information or bookings regarding Spa days or if you would like our personal yoga instructor to arrange a visit please contact us.
Golf course Ibiza, Roca Llisa
Ibiza's only golf course is located in the affluent part of the island Roca Llisa, a short distance from Cala Llonga. The course boast a 18 hole and a 9 hole as well as the usual facilities of a course. At present there are discussions for 2 more courses in Ibiza.
Vineyards of Can Rich, San Antonio (outskirts)
Can rich de Buscastell was established in 1997 and started its wine production business with a plantation of 17 hectares of vineyards. Varieties such as Chardonnay for white wine and Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, Merlot and Syrah for rosé and red wine are all produced. A visit is highly recommended and a sample even more so!
Go Karting, San Antonio and Santa Eulalia
Ibiza boasts two go kart tracks both offering fast action fun for all the family! One is as you are coming into San Antoni from Ibiza Town (Tel: 971 34 38 05 ) and the other is as you are approaching Santa Eulalia from Ibiza Town (971 31 77 44). From infant cars to super speed racing speed karts everyone can enjoy the excitement. For large groups we have exclusive offers and can even arrange transport from your accommodation. Please contact
Mountain Bike Tracks & Cycle Routes
With over 25 designated mountain bike tracks and cycle routes, ranging from short, gentle rides through the pine forests to 90km Olympic standard courses, Ibiza has something to suit all abilities. Do something different, escape the crowds and explore the natural beauty the island has to offer on two wheels. Over the past few years the tourist board and local councils have teamed up and now Ibiza has a very well planned cycle network. At all tourist centers you can find info packs containing all mountain bike routes. We have our very own mountain bike rental service and we are the only company to deliver the bikes to your accommodation. Please email for further details.
Covering an area of 83km2 and with 69km of coastline, Formentera is know as the last paradise in the Med. Still boasting wonderful beaches with crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches, Formentera has managed to avert the negative effects of tourism. The island is only access able from Ibiza and boats run several times a day from Ibiza Town and Playa den Bossa.