• Stunning Beaches

    Playa d'en Bossa

    It's no secret that Ibiza's stunning beach resorts draw a significant portion of the island's visitors. Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza's most popular beach, is the place to be. For those looking for an all-inclusive beach vacation, this coastal resort location is an excellent choice. Because it's the island's longest beach, finding a daybed or lounger directly on the sand should be no problem. In terms of Ibiza nightlife, the Playa d'en Bossa beach is the place to be. Some of the area's late-night pubs and clubs can be found directly on the beach.

    Playa d'en Bossa
  • Island if the Coast

    Es Vedra

    Es Vedra, an uninhabited island off the coast of Ibiza, is a fascinating place to visit. As an island off the coast of Cala d'Hort, Es Vedra is completely deserted. It is, nonetheless, shrouded in legend and mystery. Tanit, the Phoenician moon goddess, has been linked to Es Vedra through folklore. In Homer's Odyssey, the island served as the setting for the fabled sirens' attempt to entice Odysseus from his ship. Only the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle are considered to be more magnetic than Es Vedra. Es Vedra may be seen up close and personal from a cruise ship, and you'll also get spectacular views of the surrounding environment.

    Es Vedra
  • Resorts & Hotels

    Cala Llonga

    In addition to its sandy white beach, Cala Llonga offers stunning views of the bay and pine-covered hills to complete the picture. You'll see a lot of families with young children here because it's one of Ibiza's most family-friendly destinations. A playground and a little amusement park can be found right on the main beach, which is perfect for families with young children. Ibiza Town is only a 10-minute drive away from Cala Llonga, making it easy to get away from the beach and discover the island's history.

    Cala Llonga

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    What to visit in Ibiza?
    Ibiza Town is the most well-known portion of the island, and it is packed with a variety of entertainment options. Everything about the Barcelona street, with its bars, cafes, nightclubs, and midnight processions, is opulent (Port district). Everybody wears however they like, but the styles are never especially creative. The upper section of the city, known as Dalt Vila, is home to the majority of the city’s most important monuments and historical sites.
    Where should I go and what should I see?
    Not only are water sports like sailing, kitesurfing, diving, and snorkeling encouraged at the more than 80 conserved sites, but so are the various land activities like hiking, biking, and horseback riding that are available for people of all skill levels. In addition to that, a golf course in Santa Eulalia will make even the most Zen person happy. In a similar vein, you can soar through the air during a session of paragliding or parasailing.