Although Ibiza is the island in the Balearic Islands that never sleeps, it has many other exceptional sights to offer its visitors. From Dalt Vila to Las Salinas Natural Park, via the "Las Dalias" market or the Can Marçà caves, Ibiza really has a lot to show you.
This bay of 11km in Ibiza is worth the detour! Come to relax at the end of the day to admire a sunset, sipping a cocktail in one of the bars that San Antonio offers. Definitely one of the most magical places on the island.
Overlooking the tumult of the city, the old city of Eivissa (Ibiza in Catalan) leaves nobody indifferent. Classed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, these two fortified gates offer a breathtaking view of the city of Ibiza. It is impossible not to visit the historical centre of the city: Dalt Vila. The Santo Domingo Church is one of the high places of this city that never sleeps. Do not hesitate to stop on one of the many terraces to enjoy a coffee or a cool drink. You can also discover local crafts by strolling around the many small shops. A moment that reconciles relaxation, history and culture. The proof that Ibiza is not only a high place of celebration but also a rich place of culture.
This old fishing port near the village of Sant Miquel de Balansat is today a small seaside resort full of charm. With its crystal clear water and its white sandy beach, it is a place that promises "lazy days" in an exceptional setting. Along a cliff, the trails that give access to the beach offer a breathtaking view. For lovers of history and adventure, this area of the island is home to the famous Cova de Can Marça, natural caves that used to hide the pirates in the past.
It is impossible to visit Ibiza without feeling the hippie influence. A true brand of the island in the 1960s, hippie influence is felt today in the famous market of "Las Dalias" which guarantees a perfect day between trendy shops for the whole family, restaurants for all prices, cosmopolitan music all in a summer atmosphere.
Transparent water and white sand for adults, sand castles and pedal boats for children. The choice of beach is not lacking in Ibiza and offers an incredible range of games for the whole family or for groups of friends. The most suitable beaches for family activities are "Cala d'Hort", "Cala Conta" or the famous "Playa de Ses Salines". They offer many water sports such as windsurfing, parasailing or an initiation to scuba diving for unforgettable memories. For breathtaking views, head towards Portinatx or Talamanca if you are looking for a more festive atmosphere.
Do not hesitate to try the many watersports that are the highlight of some beaches in Ibiza. It is not the choice that is lacking on this Mediterranean archipelago: with more than 200km of coasts, it is the ideal place to learn to scuba dive or go on a jet ski for around 20 minutes. Go to the beaches of San Antonio, Playa d'en Bossa or Cala Martina!
Located on the East coast of the city, this fortified church is imperative to see during a stay on the island. Following attacks by pirates, much of the original church was destroyed. The fortifications dating from the 16th century are today the only remaining traces of this architectural gem that overlooks the sea. With its white walls and domed roof, this charming building is one of the hidden treasures of Ibiza. Let yourself be amazed by the baroque atmosphere that radiates from this church.
For the more athletic, put on your most beautiful sports shoes and climb the mountain of Sa Talaia. A 4 hour stroll will allow you to fill up with indelible memories. To enjoy a sunset or a picnic, head to the top of the island.
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For a family excursion to one of the island's hidden beauties, visit the Natural Park of Las Salinas. Located in Sant Francesc, this islet promises an immersion in the nature where you can admire migratory birds but also marine animals all in a splendid natural setting.
For those in search of adventure and history and who want to avoid the crowds, there are the caves of Can Marçà. Once a smuggler's refuge, they are located in the hollow of the cliffs of the port of San Miguel. Here you can count the number of stalagmites and stalactites. This cave offers nature lovers a unique excursion in the heart of rocks, emerald waterfalls and light games.
Tours are available and last about 35 minutes.
This part of the island is one of the favourites of the visitors. Protected by cliffs, this creek has true postcard decor. It is one of the least frequented beaches of Ibiza, which deserves a little effort before being reached, but the landscape is so beautiful that it is worth it. Do not hesitate any more and go and put your towel between the small rocks of this unique cove on the island.