Now in Ibiza we are at home, there is no year in which we do not decide to spend some time on the beautiful Balearic island; Ibiza is an island that welcomes everyone, whatever his interests, his idea of vacation and his age. If you plan to go too this summer then we have prepared for you a little guide to Ibiza with some useful tips.
How to get around Ibiza
The ideal way to get around Ibiza is to rent a car. The island is not small, beautiful beaches are scattered along its entire coast as well as clubs and restaurants. You can rent a car from Italy looking for the most famous international car rental groups. If you do not have a credit card you can read THIS article explaining what to do.
Are you wondering if you can move to Ibiza by public transport? The answer is yes. Even for discos there is a night bus that stops at the most famous clubs.
The cost of the Disco bus of Ibiza is about 12 euros.
The cost of an ordinary bus in Ibiza goes from 1.80 euros about 3.00.
In high season in Ibiza, the races increase considerably.
Where to eat in Ibiza
Ibiza is not an economic island, but in THIS ARTICLE we have revealed how to eat well and spend little on the island.
Definitely to eat in Ibiza without necessarily spending a fortune, the area that we recommend most is Sant Antoni.
If you want to treat yourself to a romantic dinner instead you can opt for the beautiful restaurants that we have listed in THIS ARTICLE.
In the La Marina area of Ibiza, you eat in mid-range restaurants, many are Italian and the kitchens are also open until 4 am (perfect for when you leave the club).
The tourist supermarkets are not very cheap of course, as always, but perhaps you can find more competitive prices in the north of Ibiza in the area of Cala Llonga. In the same area you can find taverns on the sea where there is the possibility to eat with a fixed price menu of about 12 euros per person.
There is so much to write. In all these years I have not yet managed to create a ranking of the most beautiful beaches but surely a special place in my heart occupies Cala llonga.
The beaches to the south are crowded but beautiful Playa Las Salinas and Cala Comta.
In the case of Playa Las Salinas we recommend you take umbrella and sunbed in one of the beaches, our favorite is the Beso Beach.
Crowded and unsuitable for families is the area of Playa d’en Bossa, frequented especially by young people.
For quiet couples and families with children we feel instead of signaling the beaches of Sant Vincente and Cala Tarida.
Generally speaking, the beaches of Ibiza are sandy, the waters always crystal clear and with shallows that descend gently. All beaches are suitable for snorkeling, so don’t forget your mask!
A beach that we loved is Cala d’hort, in front of the magical and mysteriousEs Vedrà; from here you can enjoy one of the most striking and breathtaking sunsets of Ibiza.
Where to stay in Ibiza
This depends very much on the age and type of holiday you have chosen.
For young people looking for nightlife we definitely recommend the areas of Playa d’en Bossa and Sant Antoni. The prices are definitely even more affordable and in this regard we recommend you take a look at the chain Playasol.
If you prefer to stay in a quieter area then we recommend Cala Tarida but also Cala Llonga. We must warn you, however, that in Cala llonga and in the North of the island the prices for housing could be higher and the nightlife here is reduced to the minimum.
For families we recommend staying throughout the Santa Elauria area but also in the Sant Vincente area. You will find many hotels, close to beaches and many delicious restaurants.
La movida It would be useless to waste too many words on the nightlife of Ibiza. Ibiza is simply the European capital of nightlife. Each party is a show organized in detail.
However we point out the unmissable beach parties of theUshuaia Beach Club. In addition, often Ushuaia and Hï Ibiza(ex The Space) are affiliated, so with a ticket you access both parties.
The names of the most famous clubs in Ibiza are obviously Pacha, privilege, dc10, Destiny and Amnesia.
If you are looking for another type of nightlife maybe more quiet and characteristic then we point out:
Other experiences in Ibiza
We fell in love with the island because we never finish discovering something.
There’s always a new party, a new experience, something unique that you never get tired of.
Want to know what experiences do not miss in Ibiza?
- The hippie markets of Las Dalias and Es Canar
- The sunset at the gates of Cala Llentia
- Aguamar water park de Playa d’en Bossa
- Day in Formentera (we recommend you take the boat from Cala llonga, 35 euros A/r)
- Spend the evening in a Finca
- Enroll in an outdoor yoga course
- Kayak Trip ( we recommend the one in Atlantis)
If you know other experiences, little known, to do in Ibiza reported it in the comments.