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Home to some of the best nightlife in Europe, Ibiza Island has long been synonymous with clubbing, superstar DJs and hedonistic holidays. Though this side of Ibiza attracts visitors from around the world, the island also offers pristine beaches, picturesque towns, fine dining and some of the least explored countryside in the Balearics. Party the night away in one of San Antonio’s legendary clubs, soak up some local culture in Ibiza Town, try your hand at one of the many watersports on offer on the island’s beaches or head into the beautiful countryside to see a different side of Ibiza.
Ibiza Town – With its picturesque location, UNESCO-listed fortress and maze of characterful streets, Ibiza Town has a charm and personality all of its own. A great destination for shopping, dining and sightseeing, Ibiza Town will make a fantastic day trip during your stay on the island.
San Antonio – The heart of Ibiza Island’s clubbing scene, San Antonio boasts a nightlife that’s second to none. As well as partying, San Antonio offers great beaches and a range of activities including parasailing, bungee jumping, boat trips and watersports.
Santa Eulària des Riu – Some of the island’s best shops and restaurants can be found in Santa Eulària des Riu. The perfect destination for a meal out or day of retail therapy.
Cala de Sant Vincent – One of the most secluded parts of Ibiza Island, Cala de Sant Vincent has some beautiful beaches, pretty villages and a beautiful setting. Perfect for anyone who wants to experience a quieter side of island life and see some of Ibiza’s spectacular countryside.
Ibiza Town is home to some of the most prominent and historic sights on the island. Its most famous sight is the 15th century Dalt Vila, a UNESCO World Heritage listed fortress that surrounds some of the town’s prettiest cobbled streets. One of the island’s main natural sights is the Cova de Can Marçà, the biggest natural cave in Ibiza and a great place to see an alternative side of the island. The island’s other sights include Ibiza Castle, Iglesia de Sant Rafel, the Necropolis del Puig des Molins and the Torre de ses Portes.
With some of the world’s best clubs on your doorstep, Ibiza Island is the perfect destination for anyone looking for unbeatable nightlife. Many of the best known clubs are in San Antonio, though Ibiza Town also has a selection of nightspots and quieter bars can be found in towns and villages across the island. During the day, there’s plenty to keep you busy with parasailing, yachting, jet skiing and scuba diving on offer at Ibiza’s larger beaches. Inland you’ll find hiking, biking and caving, while bikes and scooters are also available to hire if you want to explore more of what the island has to offer. Santa Eulària des Riu is home to a fantastic selection of restaurants and Ibiza Town is a great destination for shopping and sightseeing.