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Outdoors, Island, View Point

Es Vedra… there’s something, both sinister and mysterious, about the place. The myths surrounding it don’t help also as the island was the home of Homer’s sirens; UFOs are said to land and party here; the Phoenician goddess Tanit enjoyed the spoils of human sacrifice here; it’s the 3rd most magnetic spot on Earth; it has been called a part of Atlantis and the legends go on

Es Vedra

Bar, Beach, View Point

A highly popular beach with wonderful views of nearby islands. There are actually three small beaches, two with sunbeds on them. Nudists frequent the third and smaller beach which is on the eastern edge, while the western beach is considered to be perfect for families

Cala Conta

Church, Museum, Walking Area, Castle

A hill towers above Ibiza’s Old Town, and a massive castle rests atop that hill. This High Town of Ibiza was built to defend against pirates, and it took 31 years to complete. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the place is now an outdoor archaeological museum. With wide cobblestone roads and startling views off the ramparts, Dalt Vila is indeed a sight worth beholding. Inside the grounds you’ll find

Dalt Vila

Beach, Leisure

About 8 kilometres away from San Sant Antoni de Portmany you’ll find this beach, a place of soft sands and clear water tinged blue. It is far enough from the party crowd that it doesn’t feel obnoxiously loud. But it still has enough food, sport and recreational amenities that it doesn’t feel slow either. Pedalos and jet skis and banana boats are the main form of watersports here. If you really just want to chill there are parasols and sunbeds available for rent. There are even a handful of souvenir shops

Cala Bassa

Beach, Entertainment, Leisure

A little over 7 kilometres north of  Sant Antoni de Portmany are a gorgeous pair of beaches. Their main attraction,  like most of Ibiza’s other beaches are the soft sands, blue waters and bright green trees. It’s a popular snorkelling spot. But they also attract much fewer tourists than other beaches around town. Cala Saladeta, separated from its larger sister by a tiny rock cliff, is easily accessed so long you don’t mind a little climb over the rocks. There are some old fishermen boat huts along the beaches. You won’t find too many amenities here, so you might want to pack your own water, picnic and shade

Cala Saladeta

Church, Architecture

The Puig de Missa hill rises 52 meters above sea level. On its summit is a 1568 church, built on the site of an earlier 1302 chapel. Those with a keen architectural eye will spot that in addition to a strategic location, the church building also has some fortifications. This was in defence against some invaders, but mostly pirates. See the gilded Baroque altarpiece inside the church. It’s not merely a historical leftover though; the church is actively used in service and prayer. There is a small cemetery next to it

Iglesia Del Puig De Missa

Waterfront, Port

The Puerto de Ibiza technically refers to the tiny cove or bay around which Ibiza Town’s main marinas are clustered, which are used for commercial, passenger and fishing purposes. The bay has been a port for more than 2500 years, ever since the time of the Carthaginians.There are so many things to do here that the marina probably qualifies as a tourist trap. Just walking the entire curvature while people and/or boat watching (especially the mega-yachts) are popular. There are scores of cute little boutiques. There are excessive number of restaurants, coffee shops and ice-cream parlours. At night the district’s clubs and bars and restaurants are quite racy. Naturally, LGBTQ presence is strong

Puerto De Ibiza

Church, Religious Site

The first building to see a Christian service at this location may have been a Moorish mosque, but after Eivissa was taken on August 8, 1235, a church was constructed on the location. Enlarged over the years, this church atop Dalt Vila’s hill and inside it’s fortifications became the 16th century Catalan Gothic and Baroque church you see today. Now functioning as the principal church of the city, the cathedral is known for its solid appearance and a small museum of art containing a late 14th century Gothic monstrance and some paintings.

Catedral De Santa Maria

Beach, Waterfront, View Point, Food And Drinks

Possibly Ibiza’s most iconic beach, the Las Salinas is denoted by its white sand, clear water and the mesmerizing sights. It’s a celebrity favourite and you’ll find quite a few well known footballers hanging around. Close by, local artisans sell some of the world’s funkiest and most fashionable swimwear and bikinis

Las Salinas Beach

Beach, Leisure

Pine tree shrouded cliffs rise over this beach, a sandy and pebbly stretch along a little cove. It’s barely 300 meters long. It’s not a fun place for strolling (the pebbles can be uncomfortable, but the clear water makes it excellent for snorkelling). The bay usually has yachts and private boats parked in it. Popular with families and bohemians, the usually calm beach transforms on Sunday evenings. That is when local bongo drummers arrive and beat out a farewell to the setting sun. It’s quite an experience. Right out ahead in the water in front of you is the rock Cap Bernat (Finger of God). People like to photograph it. There are three restaurants on the beach, of which Elements is the most popular

Cala Benirras

Beach, Waterfront, Entertainment, Water Sport

Two arms of pine tree shrouded hills seem to embrace the inlet cove and the large swathe of sand. Resorts and restaurants line its edges and there is no shortage of amenities to rent. Watersports are varied –  parasailing, scuba-diving school, windsurfing and water-skiing – and there is always a game of beach volleyball on. Not far away from the beach are a large number of shopping boutiques. Sunrise at the beach is spectacular.

Cala Llonga

Beach, Waterfront

Often listed separately, these two beaches should really be thought of as two halves of a whole. Both beaches have turquoise snorkelling friendly waters, and both are surrounded by rocky green hills, but there their similarity ends. S’Arenal Gran is the larger and more family friendly beach, surrounded by hotels and restaurants and bars, with a number of water sports facilities. The smaller S’Arenal Petit specifically caters to adult couples, and is a far more intimate and quiet location.  A charming pathway a few hundred feet in length connects the two places, and it is lined with vendors selling snacks, drinks, beach wear and souvenirs

S'arenal Petit And S'arenal Gran

Beach, Entertainment, Leisure

Though a lot of families and couples enjoy this beach it is actually a great place to relax. The green shrouded cliffs on its either side shelter the golden sands and clean blue water really well. Watersports (water-skiing, windsurfing, banana boats) and beach sports (volleyball and football) are both excellent. Shopping around the beach’s resort area is great too – restaurants, bars, a supermarket and a number of souvenir shops. The Port Balansat is supposed to be the best seafood restaurant on the island.

Port De Sant Miguel

Beach, Water Body, View Point, Adults

Popular with the gay community and the nudist community, this long and beautiful beach is best appreciated with a sandwich in hand (find the sandwiches at the supermarket close to the beach).

It’s not the best beach for swimming due to the weeds in the water, but it’s nice enough for a stroll. The best spot is in the middle of the beach, where you get great views of Fontamera. The beach itself is splendid with its white sand and mellow waves, and attracts a lot of enthusiastic photographers. Taking a walk across the length of the beach is the best possible way to admire its immense beauty

Platja Des Cavallet

Beach, Leisure

Hills of pine crested rock, an irregularly shaped beach, clear blue waters, rocks formations rising out of the sea, and mud baths are the elements that make the picturesque beach here one of the cutest places on the island. Sunbeds, parasols and pedalos are available. Some people like to swim out to the rocks in the middle of the water. There’s a small area to the left of the beach where clothing is optional. The restaurant at the beach has been operating for decades now. To right of the cove are some historically important dry docks, where the waters are full of octopus and cuttlefish. The docks are a popular diving and nudist spot, with ropes hanging down into the water so you can climb back up

Cala Xarraca

Beach, Waterfront, View Point, Walking Area

The Cala d’en Serra is a tranquil beach in a beautiful, secluded horseshoe shaped cove of crystal clear blue water. The cove is surrounded by high cliffs which makes the colours all the more unbelievable. This is one of the many reasons it has been regularly called one of the best beaches of Europe. You can get food and drinks from a small beach bar here that will also rent you sun-beds and umbrellas

Cala D'en Serra

Beach, Water Body, Waterfront, View Point

The Platja De Ses Figueretes is probably Ibiza’s most popular beach. The reason behind this is mainly to do with the close proximity of the beach to the city. But apart from the location, the beauty of the beach too is surreal. It’s usually very crowded making for good people watching. A nice promenade runs the length of the beach and in the evening it comes alive with lots of little stalls and market places. Various restaurants and eating joints ensure that a yummy snack is just a short distance away all time

Platja De Ses Figueretes


It is not often that you find an aquarium built in, on and around the natural habitat of marine life, but they’ve made an excellent attempt to do exactly that here. This eerily beautiful cave has had many uses in the past, including as a lobster farm, but today it is one the most fun kid activities on the island. The creatures swimming in the water here are all from the natural coast of Ibiza. The water they swim in actually just flows in from the sea outside through openings in the cave rock. Buy some fish feed for your kids to feed the fish with. The Aquarium also rehabilitates injured marine animals. Adults will enjoy the bar and terrace area, and everyone in the family should try out the excellent milkshakes

Aquarium Cap Blanc


Named for the cute little stream that snakes out of the land and into the sea here, this pretty little stretch of sand has developed into an excellent tourist resort. In addition to a dip in the clear blue waters, tourists love the beach for its variety of excellent restaurants (cuisine is local). The water is not exactly shallow, but it is calm, and families can still enjoy themselves. There are plenty of sun loungers and parasols, but this place is short on watersports. The bay is too small. But the lack of noise and water activity only makes it easier to relax here. It can still get crowded though so make sure to arrive early

Port D'es Torrent

Beach, Leisure, Resort

This tiny beach resort offers much of the same delights that other beaches in Ibiza do – a pine forest covered rock hills embracing a bay of clear blue waters. A promenade curves along the sand at the back, bars and restaurants lining its length. Parasols and loungers are available, and pedalos and Stand-Up Paddleboards can be rented. The somewhat stronger winds give the beach a wilder feel. The beach also has a kind of hidden gem. On the road to the south, there is a small cliff-top lookout where cars can stop. It has absolutely beautiful views of the beach, the resort, the cliffs and the bay. 

Cala De Sant Vicent

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