Things to do in Ibiza

Ibiza has gained popularity as the holiday destination for sea, surf and fun. It is suitable for all kinds of people. Whether you are on your honeymoon, or holidaying with your family, or have joined a group of friends for the summer. Ibiza is a great place to visit for all occasions and age groups!

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Well, what are you doing in Ibiza if not club-hopping? Come the evening, and the entire Playa d’en Bossa area becomes a big party area. The best clubs in the island are Space, Ushuaia and Sankeys. Party the night away on the beachfront, enjoy the breeze and take advantage of one of the best clubbing scenes in the world.

The Hippy Market

The hippy movement was strong in Ibiza ever since the 1960s. While it has mostly faded away in the rest of the world, it remains a strong influence on the island. In the hippy markets of Es Caná and San Carlos, lamps, incense, baatik and other crafts associated with the movement are available. Even if you don’t want to buy anything, just the experience of a market where time has stood still is unique.

Aguamar Waterpark

Located in downtown Playa d’en Bossa, the Aguamar Waterpark has a large number of rides to keep both adults and children happy. There are picnicking facilities as well as restaurants. Pools are also available with special facilities for children. It’s an excellent place for all ages.

Water Sports

Ibiza is the perfect place for all kinds of water sports. Summer is the best time to take advantage of the sun and surf. The Surf House is a sports club located on the seafront. It offers a variety of water sports as well as a bar and cafe, as well as an artificial wave machine, which makes surfing a pleasure here.

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If you are the more sedate type and don’t want to go wild with partying or water sports, then you can go boating or cruising. You can take boat trips to Formentera for example, exploring all corners of the island by water. Kayaking can also be great fun, get as close to the water you can be without swimming!

Cova de Can Marçà

The Cave was unearthed in 1970 and made accessible to the public. One of the oldest caves in the world, it was formed about 100,000 years ago due to telluric faults. Impressive stalactites and stalagmites can be seen in the cave , also the old waterways running through the cave are fossilised. It also has a history of being used by smugglers in the previous centuries, meaning it is a place not to be missed!

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Walking and hiking

Exploring a beautiful place on foot has its own thrill that nothing else can provide, you can choose to walk all alone or with a number of others in a guided trip. Fortunately, there are guided walks where you can hire an experienced and knowledgeable guide to guide you through the island.

If the allure of Ibiza has captured you, then contact us today to arrange your summer trip. An increasingly popular holiday is a week on land, and a week on water so you get the best of both worlds! Why wait? Book now to give yourself a holiday to look forward too during the winter season…

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