Ibiza Travel Guide

Welcome to paradise, after 2 hours of flight. I was in Ibiza some weeks ago with lancaster, but now I had 9 days to explore the island to the fullest.
I was super happy to enjoy some beachdays with my boyfriend, my sis and her boyfriend who showed us some beautiful spots. We had a nice Airbnb in San Josep, next to the beach Cala Vedella, which was very beautiful but also very crowded. Of course it’s high season , but there are also some quiet spots to discover.
Now I want to show u some hotspots for these categories:

– Cafe Cappucino (enjoy your breakfast just next to the sea and ibiza town)
– Es Torrent (very nice spot for having some privacy and good food at the beach)
– Maya beachclub (directly at the beach Cala Vedella)
– Residencia La Torre (amazing view, having dinner in front of the sunset. But be careful the front raw
places are very expensive. Minimum consume per person 50€)
– Ecocentre in Santa Gertrudis (best vegetarian restaurant, with low prices, good service)
– Passion Cafe in San Josep (food is amazing, just the place is a bit loud because of the traffic)
– Ginger @ Sa Punta (nice view, beautiful location, but the food is not the best and a bit expensive.)
– La Paloma: A place to eat, talk and laugh. The food is just amazing.

– Cala Vedella: 10 minutes drive from San José. The sheltered bay is a popular anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats, who often gather there to watch the romantic sundown.
– Las Salinas: The water is crystal clear with breakers that appear on windy days, perfect for body-surfing. During the heat of the day in summer months expect a steady stream of party parades, so it´s not that quiet.
Cala Bassa Beach Club:15 minutes drive from San Antonio. The beach is surrounded by a wooded area of ancient, turquoise waters and soft, pale golden sand. Nice beach clubs with many different people to see.
– Trip to Formentera: The crossing time by ferry to Ibiza is around 30 minutes. All the beaches on Formentera are natural and have beautiful white sandy beaches and clear water.

– Heart / La
troya: Every Wednesday, people get crazy. La Troya is an Ibiza institution that rose from the underground to become one of the most famous gay-friendly party’s in the world.
– SLUIZ: Sluiz is a crazy concept store in Eivissa. Here you can find a large collection for your home and even clothes. MUST SEE!
– Ibiza Old Town: You’ll find a great selection of historical, small shops and cute restaurants.
It may be renowned as the clubbing capital of the world, but after-dark adventures are just part of Ibiza’s charm. Of course, summer is also prime tourist territory on the island, but it is definitely worth to see.

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