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The Ibiza Area Guide

Things to do

While it is famous worldwide for being one of the premier clubbing destinations, Ibiza offers far more than nightlife alone. Boasting several UNESCO world heritage sites, such as the Phoenician ruins at Sa Caleta or the Catedral de Santa Maria d'Eivissa, a Renaissance Era Cathedral in Catalan Gothic style. If an active lifestyle is more your forte, Ibiza offers everything from horse-riding, to scuba, to golf, to hiking, and much much more. Boat cruises of all kinds are available, with slow sailing across the coast, or larger group charters to some of the surrounding island beaches.

Of course, the nightlife itself isn’t to be forgotten. Boasting some of the world’s largest clubs, many visitors to Ibiza don’t stop until 6am. When the night or even morning, finally does comes to an end, many holidaymakers find themselves making their way to one of Ibiza’s many beaches, relaxing in the sun and catching their breath before their next outing. Whilst club hoppers may be more familiar with the Café del Mar for its eponymous dance albums, the café itself is a spot famed for its beautiful gorgeous view of the sunset over the harbour and is not an opportunity to be missed.

Places to eat

Spanish food is something to be enjoyed and the food in Ibiza doesn’t disappoint. Numerous cafes, bars and restaurants populate the city, serving international and Mediterranean style cooking, along with local Spanish and Ibicenco options. If the Spanish small-plate style known as tapas is what you fancy, then a visit to La Bodega is in order, situated next to the picturesque entrance to Ibiza’s old town. Le Bar offers a more diverse menu, with its Spanish fare joined by Japanese and French influences. Of course, a visit to Spain isn’t truly a visit at all unless one enjoys Paella, be it of the meat or seafood variety. Es Miratge offers the finest paella in Ibiza, best enjoyed with the fantastic bay view and a glass of chilled white wine.

Shopping

Ibiza offers a mix of fast-paced modern life, with a backdrop of stately architecture and storied history. Its shopping continues that aesthetic, with a selection from traditional arts and crafts, as well as international fashion. Local businesses that have existed for generations, such as tobacconists and local craft stores, continue to maintain their traditional hours. Opening from morning until lunch time, when they close for the traditional siesta, many re-open in the afternoon and remain so until the late evening.

Stores of a more modern persuasion remain open all hours of the day, every day of the week. Local boutiques litter Ibiza, offering both local and international fashion. From popular brands such as Zara to local stores such as Stradivarius, Ibiza offers some manner of fashion for even the pickiest of customers. For those who prefer to search a little more for their buying pleasure, the Sant Jordi Market offers a huge selection. As much a flea market as a crafts sale, the market is held in the old Hipódromo, where horse races used to occur, and happens year round. Street markets are also a common occurrence, with commerce of all shapes and sizes occurring all over Ibiza.

Getting there & around

As a tourist and celebrity destination, Ibiza offers all manner of ways to both visit and travel the island. Ibiza International Airport welcomes flights from all over the globe and boasts modern terminals and numerous routes to Europe’s most popular travel hubs. Numerous ferry and cruise services operate in and around Ibiza, with ships departing daily to mainland destinations such as Barcelona and Valencia. A bus system connects the island, offering public transport to travellers who don’t wish to travel via car. The quintessentially Spanish option is thought to be the best, however, with scooter rental services offering the freest and most open way to travel through the beautiful Iberian scenery.

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