With its beaches, nature, gastronomy, culture, and traditions, Ibiza is a destination that offers the complete experience for an unforgettable vacation. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know if you’re visiting Ibiza for the first time. Take note!
High season in Ibiza runs from mid-June to mid-September, with July and August being the busiest months. If you’d like to avoid the crowds and higher prices, we recommend visiting Ibiza in April, May, or October.
There are many accommodation options in Ibiza, but if you’re visiting for the first time, a good option is to stay in an area where everything is within reach. If you want to stroll around Ibiza, have dinner and drinks on its terraces at night, be steps away from the best beaches, nightclubs, and beach clubs, playa d’en Bossa is undoubtedly the best option. And it’s where we at the Torre del Mar hotel will welcome you with open arms.
The most common way to get around Ibiza is by car or motorcycle. There are also buses and taxis, but if you’re going to spend several days on the island, we recommend renting your own vehicle for greater freedom. Keep in mind that in Ibiza, we drive on the right side of the road and that traffic can be quite heavy in summer.
Ibiza is famous for its beautiful beaches and coves. Some of the most popular ones are playa d’en Bossa, Ses Salines, cala Salada, cala Comte, and cala Bassa… If you’re looking for some fun, the southern part of the island will delight you. And on days when you’d rather soak up the sun in silence, head to the northern beaches.
The nightlife in Ibiza is legendary. On the island, you’ll find some of the best clubs in the world, so if you’re passionate about electronic music, Ibiza awaits you! Some of the most famous nightclubs are Pacha, Ushuaïa, Hï Ibiza, and Amnesia. Most clubs don’t open until midnight, and parties can last until dawn, but you can enjoy the best atmosphere in the afternoon at any of the famous beach clubs in Ibiza.
The gastronomy of Ibiza is delicious and varied, with traditional dishes such as sobrasada, bullit de peix, or frita de pulpo, and desserts like flaó. There are also many international and avant-garde restaurants, and even some with Michelin stars. And of course, there’s no shortage of vegetarian and vegan options on the island.
In addition to going to the beach and enjoying the great nightlife, there are many activities to do in Ibiza, such as water sports, hiking, visiting the walled city of Dalt Vila, the city’s museums, etc. You can also take boat trips to the most remote coves or to the nearby island of Formentera.
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