Read on for the best tips on where to relax, eat and party.
Best beaches in Ibiza.
Ibiza is home to a plethora of perfect beaches. Whether you opt for quiet seclusion or fun fiesta, Ibiza has it all.
Formentera, not strictly Ibiza but only a short boat ride away, ideal for a peaceful day trip that includes laying on a sun lounger a few feet from the crystal clear Mediterranean Sea, with a frozen margarita in your hand.
Las Salinas, just 10 minutes’ drive from Ibiza town in Playa den Bossa you’ll find the soft sand, clear water and beautiful people at Salinas. An array of beachfront bars and restaurants line the sand and the vibe is electric. Expect to see promo boys and girls marching up and down the beach, endorsing club nights.
Benirrás beach, in the North of the Island is a must, head down on a Sunday to hear the hippy drums and relax in the beach bars. The crystal-clear waters invite snorkelling, which is a popular activity here.
Best beach clubs in Ibiza.
We’ve curated our top trio of beach clubs, from the brand new to the old classics.
Aiyanna, has just opened its doors and is set on the unspoilt, rugged shores of Cala Nova. Aiyanna Ibiza boasts panoramic views and colourful, bohemian-style interiors.
Cala Bonita. A stones throw from Ibiza Old Town, recently restored Cala Bonita is a rustic yet elegant space overlooking the ocean. With a modern Mediterranean menu and resident DJ you’ll enjoy the tastes and sounds of the White Isle.
Nassau Beach Club is a classic hotspot and is still one of the hot places to be seen on the island. Known for its fine service, it is recommended if you’re into a little bit of luxury
Best restaurants in Ibiza
Foodies are spoilt for choice in Ibiza. Here are our must visit restaurants..
Amante. Set on a cliff overlooking the Sol d’en Serra bay, Amante is worth a visit for the surroundings alone. Soak up the scenery whilst devouring Mediterranean small plates.
Kyupiddo opened this month and is already attracting a lot of attention. The cuisine is Japanese Mediterranean fusion and is expertly executed. Ejoy.
Beso Beach Originally a Formenterra institution, Beso Beach Ibiza is surrounded by white sand and crystal-clear sea. Given its proximity to the water, guests can expect to sample plenty of fresh seafood cooked Mediterranean style (with a hint of Basque influence). Expect the rustic cabana to transform into a chilled-out party pad once dinner service is over.