Some trips to Ibiza can be short weekenders, so make the most of your time on the island with our tips on highlights on how to spend your days whilst fitting in with the culture.
If you’re an early riser, the best way to start your day is to head to Aguas Blancas, on the islands northern tip. This is one of the first spots on the island to witness the sun creeping over the horizon at daybreak. With the stunning views over the long stretch of golden sand, it’s a sight not to be missed!
We know not everyone is a fan of the sand, so for any sea lovers that want to avoid the golden beaches, head to Cala Comte for the day. This small beach made of a rocky coastline has plenty of carved platforms and sun loungers, so you can relax for the day in front of the crystal shallow waters that surround it.
Dinning is usually late - the average time for diners is 10pm - but research the latest information before you go, as curfews may still apply following the pandemic.
Tipping is usually around 10-12% of the bill which is always appreciated but not essential.
To capture the best of the sunsets but without the crowds, head to Las Puertas Del Cielo, a quaint little restaurant near the small village of Sant Agnes. Perched on a clifftop you’ll experience candy floss skies bouncing off the glistening Mediterranean sea.
If you’re looking for some shopping before you leave, there are some beautiful spots not to be missed. For fabulous homewares, head to Es Cucons La Tienda. You’ll find the hub for fashion at The Rose. For the famous hippy markets visit Punta Arabi on a Wednesday from 10am during the summer months. This market has great food, shopping and live music. You’ll also find a dedicated area for kids to experience face painting and crafts.
Most shops still close for a siesta each day between 2-5pm and will be closed on a Sunday.
Ibizan style is one of the easiest places to pack for with its relaxed and effortless looks. Often the best outfits are the ones which take you from day to night; from the beach to the bar.