Ibiza is a Spanish island located in the Mediterranean Sea. The Balearic island is known for its party scene and is the playground of the rich and famous. Away from the major European nightclubs, you’ll find yoga retreats, quaint villages, sandy coves and pine-filled hills.
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Flying from all over Europe, Ibiza has private charter jets of all shapes and sizes. Your best bet will be to book your jet from your nearest airport and fly into Ibiza Airport. Avoiding the crowds, you can be in Ibiza Town in just 12 minutes.
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The longest beach on the island is Playa d’en Bossa on the east coast (just south of Ibiza Town). It’s here that you’ll find the pulsating nightlife. There’s a myriad of restaurants, bars and clubs for every budget and taste. It’s home to a plethora of small clubs and world-renowned super-clubs like Ushuaia.
In San Antonio, which is on the west coast you’ll find the famous Sunset Strip, lined with cafes, pool parties, small clubs and has a lively town centre. During the day, party at Ibiza Rocks Hotel or club O Beach Ibiza and at night head to the large clubs, like Eden, to party ‘til dawn.
Did you know that Ibiza has a flabbergasting amount of pine trees?
These forests give you a pleasant escape from the bars and hustle and bustle of the towns. There’s plenty of hidden places that you can sneak away for a quiet picnic and you can see side to Ibiza that you never knew existed.
If you head to the less-populated northeast side of the island, you’ll find Cala D’en Serra, a quiet and secluded bay that offers crystal clear waters, ripe for swimming and snorkelling.
If you’re not really into the clubbing scene, but would still like a holiday tipple or two, then you’d be impressed to learn that the climate in Ibiza is perfect for grape-growing. And with grapes, comes some pretty impressive wine. You can find vineyards that produce their wines for families and a more thriving commercial wine industry.
Visit Sant Mateu for tours of the winery itself. They’ll take you through the wine-making process and the history of wine on the island. Head over to the attached restaurant for some delicious food and drink a couple of glasses of the wine.
Top Tips for Visiting to Ibiza
Experience more of Ibiza and enjoy the crystal-clear waters in style. Yachting is a very welcome activity around the island and a great way to get away from it all.
There’s More to Ibiza Than Just Party, Party, Party
Ibiza has the number one reputation for being party central; however, if you venture outside of San Antonio, you’ll discover a whole world of class and culture.
Avoid July and August
The busiest (and hottest) time of year is July and August; if you’re looking for a more peaceful escape, visit outside of these months.