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Places to visit in Ibiza

Although Ibiza is an island of only 575km², it has plenty of places to visit during a stay on this peninsula of the Balearic Islands. From Eivissa, to Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, passing by the famous island of Formentera, you will be amazed by the wealth that Ibiza has to offer.

Places to visit in Ibiza - Ibiza

Island of Formentera

Accessible from Ibiza by boat, Formentera is one of the most precious hidden treasures of this archipelago. A real muse for artists around the world, this island embodies calm in comparison with the tumult of Ibiza. An Eldorado that you should not miss under any pretext. Enjoy a swim in the tranquil waters, or take a ride on a scooter or a bike to soak up the beauty of the island.

Cala Salada

This idyllic beach in the heart of a pine forest will delight the lovers of nature. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza! Come and discover this cove of small pebbles, ideal for a day with family, far from the tourist hordes of beaches easier to reach.

Cala Salada - Ibiza

Playa de Las Salinas

Playa de Las Salinas is the unmissable in terms of beaches in Ibiza with its white sand and turquoise water. 10 minutes from Ibiza town it is the perfect place for an afternoon with friends. You can rent out small catamarans for the day or half a day. You will find on this beach an incredible atmosphere with its many restaurants and bars that broadcast music throughout the day.
An advantage of this beach is the stroll up to the watchtower, which is a little further along the beach, to discover splendid coves and less populated areas than the great beach. Try to find your own private spot and relax in this exceptional place.


Also called Ibiza Town, this part of the city overlooks Ibiza and its port. It is one of the oldest cities in the world, with more than 2,600 years of history on its own. Do not miss a visit to Dalt Vila, a real historical treasure. Eivissa is a perfect alternative to the beach and the tumult that traditionally accompanies it in Ibiza. Immerse yourself in the history of the city and discover incredible anecdotes on the island of the Balearic Islands that never sleeps.

Eivissa - Ibiza

Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

This small village full of charm is known for its white church. Strolling around Sant Josep de Sa Talaia guarantees incredible views of the coast and the city of Ibiza. A little moment of nature and culture, in the festive immensity of Ibiza. Although damaged during the Spanish Civil War, the church offers many restored works such as a statue of Saint Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary, and a painting of the Ecce Homo by Sanchez de Ocaña.

Santa Gertudis de Fruitera

Ideal to enjoy a quieter weekend, this small town is worth the detour. Traditional squares and cafes, this place is a real landmark for the trendy people of the island. Many artists have found refuge in this part of the island, which makes it an incredible crossroads of arts where you will find some renowned galleries like that of Bar Costa. Here you can admire the works of local painters and sculptors while enjoying the delicious Serrano ham... Do not wait any longer and plan your day trip to the heart of the island.

Santa Gertudis de Fruitera - Ibiza

Santa Eulària of the Riu

Perched on the Puig de Missa, this citadel retraces a part of the history of the island. 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 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.

Port of Sant Miquel

You will find this area necessary for practicing many water sports. This small white sand beach, although very crowded, is ideal for a beach day. Formerly a fishing port and lined with a pine forest, this place is has incredible charm! The Port of Sant Miquel is home to the famous Can Marça caves, ideal for those seeking adventure and history and who want to avoid the crowds. Once a smuggler's haven, they are located in the cliffs of the harbour. 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.

Port of Sant Miquel - Ibiza

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