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Things to do
in Ibiza

Dive, dance, walk, run, relax

Ibiza, a Mediterranean island that deserves a visit ... it's not just for party goers! We go to Ibiza to relax, enjoy the sun from May to October, eat good tapas and taste the excellent Mediterranean cuisine, stroll through the beautiful alleys of the old town to go shopping, or to go relax in the countryside surrounded by olive trees far from the noise and why not do a yoga retreat. Enjoy this atmosphere that reigns throughout the island. Ibiza is known around the world for its beautiful beaches, coves and the quality of its water. Of course for night owls, there is also something to do!



What to do in Ibiza ?

The beaches: the island of Ibiza offers 210km of beaches. 2948 hours of sunshine a year! The magic coves in Cala d'Hort, Pou des Lleo (less crowded), large family beaches (Platja d'en Bossa or Es Figueral) then Ses Salinas and Es Cavallet (protected natural environment with a dune system).

Gastronomy: try some typical dishes such as "sprinkling matures", "fried pork", "sofrit pages" or tapas ... Some addresses: - the beach restaurant Cala Tarida called "his Eufabies" run by a family on the island since forever. And in Santa Gertrudis, Bistro Plaza is also excellent!

Discotheques: Amnesia, Pacha, Privilege, Blue Marlin: if you want to spend an evening of madness, Ibiza is "the place to be"! Attention, the entries in the nightclubs are rather expensive in Ibiza. In the alleys at the port, in the evening, many young people dressed in formal wear offer tickets for less, but you still need about 40 € per person just for entry. Be careful, in Ibiza, we go to night clubs around 2-3am ...



Recreational and sports activities

Going on a dive trip to Ibiza is guaranteed to discover many unique and varied dive sites spread along the coastline. The many diving clubs that opened were not wrong. Among these innumerable dive sites are large caves, fissures and other cavities to explore but also drop offs, wrecks and dry. The most famous sites are, undoubtedly, the wreck of Don Pedro, the huge rock that sank Dado Pequeno, the casting beacon The Lighthouse, the platform Formentera engulfed in the wake of a storm and finally the Fantastic cave Cueva de la Luz.

The visibility in Ibiza is very good, from 30 to 50 meters even at great depth. The clear waters of the Mediterranean allow to enjoy optimal conditions under water especially in summer. Currents are almost non-existent around the island.



Who makes the selection ?

Our selection is based solely on our own experiences and those of our friends who live in Ibiza. It is not based on a paid system. The general referencing visible on the home page is only oriented in the interest of the users of our site dedicated to Ibiza. The proposed venues are intended to be as objective as possible for an audience composed of both casual visitors but also for ibicencos residents and expats living in Ibiza.