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Things to see
in Ibiza

Discover nature, explore our waters, walk our beaches & party in our clubs

Located in the archipelago of the Balearic Islands, in the south of Majorca and Menorca, the island of Ibiza offers a total change of scenery just a few hours from the European continent. It includes the warmth of Spain and its gastronomy, but also beautiful villages and natural landscapes to discover. The plus of Ibiza, it is of course its beaches with turquoise water on which it is very pleasant to bask from May to October.


Known around the world for its festive atmosphere at night, can the island please travelers who have no attraction for this type of events? Yes of course it does, it would be a shame to think that Ibiza is only for party-goers. One can safely explore the island while staying away from tourists who come to party. From north to south, according to the landscapes and the rhythm of its wonderful sunsets, you will have many opportunities to build you imperishable memories in Ibiza. This website offers you to explore via its map, the essential places of Ibiza to tour the island in a few days, not to mention its most secret corners.

 

 

To see in Ibiza

Eivissa (Ibiza Town) is really charming. Especially the old city at night when the streets come alive. The city "heighs" dominates the port. It is one of the oldest cities in the world with more than 2600 years of history. See his castle and ramparts. The Renaissance walls of Dalt Vila of the city of Eivissa are the most important monument of Ibiza; they were declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1999.

The Cathedral called the "Cathedral of the Virgin of the Snows", it is the main catholic building of the city of Ibiza and the seat of the diocese of Ibiza. Built in the 13th century on the foundations of the old mosque of Yebisah, in the Catalan Gothic style, to which has been added the Baroque style for the nave.

The cave of es vedra is a magical place where it carries energy over time, with a good dose of mud, the body cleans the skin, feeling the sun, the air, the nature and the charm of the Inactive fishing cave. Cormorants break the sound of the waves. Tiembra body, the energy fields of oblivion heal the emotions of civilization.

 

 

Culture and Nature

Art and culture on Ibiza: Ibiza is rich with many galleries, museums, live music and cultural events, so it's no surprise that the island has a deep music and art heritage. Time to discover the island’s creative side.

Agrotourism: old farmhouses have been renovated into hotels. The food is very good and it is very relaxing. Some have created a real paradise. For example: The Can Marti. Natural pool, steam room, massage and yoga sessions. Heaven!

The island of Formentera: you have to go see this magical island located 30 minutes from Ibiza. All hours in high season. A small island quite flat and small, 69km of coastline. The best beaches? Espalmador, Cala Saona, Illetas, Levante and Migjorn. The atmosphere is very nature. The water is turquoise and almost transparent. We can see the fish swimming. Formentera offers a lot of beach restaurants (chiringuitos) with the famous rendez-vous for the sunset. Ideally you would have to rent a scooter or a car on arrival.

 

 

Who makes the selection?

Our selection is based solely on our own experiences and those of the friends who came here to 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.

 

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