Ibiza Destination Guide

This island is located just off the east coast of Spain. It is most famous for parties and spotting celebrity partygoers. Aside from the nightclubs, big-name actors, singers, DJs and models, Ibiza has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With pure white sand, crystalline waters and small hidden coves to explore.


Water-based activities are numerous and include sailing, kayaking, diving, deep sea fishing, snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding, wind-surfing and kite-surfing, to name a few. Land-based activities include cycling, shopping and dining at one of the many restaurants, cafes and bars either in the village itself or along the seafront. You will find a wide variety of food served on the island. Local specialities include paella, tapas and lots of fresh, delicious seafood. Ibiza Town has been named a UNESCO world heritage site and is presently the capital of Ibiza.

It is divided into three parts, the old town, the new town and the marina. The old town has a labyrinth of cobblestone streets, and 16th-century fortifications and is looked over by a fortress, Dalt Vila. It was constructed by the Phoenicians more than 2, 500 years ago. The museums have many items on display. These subsequently showcase the island's history and remnants of Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman rule. There is a night market where you can buy local crafts and souvenirs, while the harbour boasts plenty of music bars and even a large stage with free music events in the summertime. The new town on the other hand has some beautiful plazas. These include the Vara de Rey and Plaza del Parque with their trendy bars, restaurants and boutiques. The Marina Botafoch is newly developed with colourful buildings, fancy restaurants and stylish boutiques.


This is, without a doubt, the place to go if you fancy bumping into a celebrity. Ibiza International Airport is located approximately 7 km from Ibiza Town