Ibiza is a favourite year-round destination for all ages thanks to its wonderfully sunny weather and so much to see and do.
Long known for its nightlife and musical events, the “White Isle” as it’s known, is full of surprises and charm. A world heritage site, beaches, caves to explore, the most glorious sunsets, great food, architecture, fashion, hiking, art, shopping, sports and culture make for an intoxicating holiday

Best beaches on Ibiza

There are more than 56 beaches to cater for all tastes and with 300 days of sunshine a year – relaxing on the beach, taking a refreshing dip and water sports activities take centre stage here.
Sandy beaches surrounded by outstandingly beautiful nature sites, dramatic cliffs, tiny islands, secret coves and crystal clear turquoise waters, perfect for snorkelling and diving – it’s a beach lovers paradise. Here are just a few must-see beaches:

Cala Conta is one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza and very popular, though if you go to the naturist beach part, there are less crowds. Beautiful views, shallow waters and a great atmosphere make this a favourite with locals and visitors alike.

Cala Xarraca is a sheltered beach and if you’re keen on snorkelling this is the ideal place to don your mask. You can also get a free facial here – there are naturally-occurring mud baths to the right of the main beach!

Benirràs in the far north isn’t the easiest beach to reach, but it’s great for relaxing and is the perfect place to witness a glorious sunset to the sound of drum music, especially on Sundays. Browse the hippie market and shop for stylish and bohemian clothes and accessories.
Ibiza Spotlight has an excellent list of beaches on Ibiza.

Excellent Restaurants

Ibiza has become as well known for its cuisine as for its clubbing. There are world class restaurants as well as plenty of rustic Fincas for an authentic local taste.
Sa Punta is a classy, cosmopolitan restaurant on the bay of Talamanca with dazzling sea-views over Ibiza Town and the marina. Delicious international cuisine and fine dining in beautiful surroundings.

For a romantic meal and fabulous sunset views, Sa Capella restaurant near San Antonio, in a former church offers traditional and modern dining where fresh food is prepared on a gigantic grill.

If you really want to push the boat out then Sublimotion at the Hard Rock Hotel is the world’s most expensive restaurant. Michelin-starred Chef Paco Roncero and his team offer a “three-hour, multi-sensory experience” which includes 20 courses and immersive technology. Expect to pay around 1700 euros – per person.

Great high end beach bars

At night, the beach bars come into their own. Most have DJs and start to get busy from mid afternoon though they really get going from around 6pm onwards. Here’s our pick of some of the best sunset cafés:

Beach restaurant Sunset Ashram at Benirràs is a bohemian institution on the island. Book in advance though as its very popular and if you turn up without a reservation, you’re likely to be disappointed.

Blue Marlin is full on VIP and the place to go if you’re rich and famous. A lounger will set you back around €100. In the evening dance the night away, DJ Pete Tong is a favourite here, and gaze at the private yachts in the bay.

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