The marvelous White island famous for being the center of nightlife undoubtedly is a memorable destination for all kinds of tourists. Discover another side of Ibiza that offers idyllic beaches, fantastic Spanish culture and quaint towns!
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Doesn’t matter, what type of resort you got used to: peaceful rest in a calm place or partying in the best beach clubs, this little Spanish paradise in the Mediterranean sea awaits for you!
Ibiza boasts Mediterranean weather, with mild winters and hot summers. From May to October the weather is hot, humid and sunny. These hot sunny months tend to also be the peak of the tourist season. In the summer months, storms on Ibiza are quite unusual. Ibiza is at its most quiet in November, December and January, when temperatures are slightly milder, and yes it also rains sometimes.
It’s always on you to decide which side of Ibiza you would like to see. You may visit Platja d’en Bossa, the longest and most visited beach on Ibiza with its huge variety of beach club parties, or take a short walk to see the unforgettable beauty of Benirras beach Cala Salada. Explore the labyrinth of Ibiza's fortified old town, Dalt Vila, or watch best sunset at Sunset Ashram at Cala Comte. Moreover, this destiniation allows you to enjoy various water sports including the most popular ones: scuba diving, Jet skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and many others!
Visit one of the most famous landmarks in Ibiza, Es Vedra and, of course. Experience the fabulous nightlife, which the island is so famous for! Choose any of the top nightclubs: Pacha, Space, Amnesia, or Privilege and dance the whole night with world’s top DJ’s.
There are 3 main clubbing resorts on Ibiza. Playa d'en Bossa on the east coast of the island, just south of Ibiza town, which boasts with a beautiful long beach and a pulsating nightlife. San Antonio, on the west coast of Ibiza, home to the world famous sunset strip and its cafés, also attracts with a very lively town centre with lots of bars. Over in Ibiza town, you'll also find many bars, shops and a very international crowd.
If you're after something a bit quieter you also might consider Santa Eulalia. This town on the east coast towards the north has no big clubs, but a big selection of great restaurants and lots of bars.
Renting a boat is the perfect way to relax as you cruise along the islands clear blue waters. Whether you want to discover Ibiza’s legendary beaches or zip across the ocean to Formentera for lunch at one of it’s famous beach-side restaurants, a motorboat allows you to see the best of the islands at your own pace. Our commercially qualified captains all have extensive knowledge and experience of Ibiza’s coastline. They will tailor the day according to your proposed itinerary. Allow them to indulge you in the Mediterranean's best bays, beaches and restaurants.