Ibiza is one of the Balearics Islands, in the Mediterranean Sea. The Spanish Island is well-known for its lively nightlife in resorts Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio. It’s also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches. One of the most expensive party Islands make sure you bring lots of money.
Here are 5 must do tips to have an amazing time in Ibiza
1) Watch the sunset at Cafe Mambo
Café Mambo is a popular bar located in Sant Antoni, Ibiza. It is most famous for being the official pre party point for Pacha, and hosting some of the most famous DJs in the world. People go there to watch the beautiful sun set from the beach. http://cafemamboibiza.com/
2) Spend the day at Ocean Beach Club
Spend the day at Ocean Beach Club. I had a great day people watching, the drink, food and music are great and when you get too hot you can take a quick dip in the water to cool down. I got the best tan they day I went to Ocean Beach Club, so don’t forget the sunscreen. (Tip: Wear your best swimsuit). Ocean Beach Club has lots of events on so book you tickets before you go. https://www.oceanbeachibiza.com/
3) Have dinner in at La Torreta.
La Torreta is situated in the beautiful old town and is a must try. It’s ambience and atmosphere is great, the staff are attentive and the French-Mediterranean food is delicious. If you don’t believe me check trip advisor. You should pre-book as many people are turned away.
Placa de la Vila 10, Ibiza Town, Ibiza, Spain. +34 971 30 04 11
4) Go to Pasha Nightclub
Pacha is a world-renowned nightclub franchise with headquarters in Ibiza, Spain. The Ibiza club, is located in Ibiza Town. Pacha is best known for specialising in house music but has the night club has five different rooms and a shop so you can buy the famous merchandise. Tip Buy you tickets before you travel.
5) Go to Fortamentera
Not technically Ibiza, Formentera is the smallest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. It’s reachable by ferry from Ibiza for about €20. It makes for a popular day-trip destination and it known for its clear waters and long stretches of beach backed by dunes and pine trees. It is also great for snorkeling and sailing, with equipment rentals and boat charters available. Find out more about a trip to Formentera here.
Have you been to Ibiza? What were your favorite things?