Beaches and pulsating nightlife may be the first things that spring to mind on a holiday in Ibiza, but the island also has a flourishing cultural scene, prehistoric sights and superb natural scenery. Encircling the island, turquoise blue waters lap pristine fine sand beaches and hidden coves only accessible on foot. Hilltop villages dot the bucolic interior, laced with hiking and cycling trails through scenery speckled with olive groves and vineyards. Whether you embrace your hedonistic side, get off the beaten track or meander through Ibiza Town's UNESCO-protected Dalt Vila, you'll create unforgettable memories on this beautiful isle.
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Things to do in Ibiza
From mega clubs to silent pine forests, Ibiza may be small but there are plenty of attractions to suit all tastes. The island's pretty capital, Ibiza Town, boasts enticing sea views, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Along the sizzling neon strips of San Antonio and Playa d'en Bossa, you can dance until the break of dawn, or hit the beaches to soak up the sun. Inland, UNESCO-protected nature, almond groves and rugged interiors abound.
On a trip to Ibiza be sure to:
Go hill walking along Ibiza's spectacular coastline
Watch the sun go down, cocktail in hand on San Antonio's sunset strip
Take a stroll through Dalt Vila, the old walled city and ramparts of Ibiza Town
Go shopping in Es Cana's hippie market on the eastern side of the island
Hit the world famous clubs in San Antonio and Playa d'en Bossa and dance until the sun comes up
Experience the Sunday drumming sunset party at Benirras beach
Go diving in the crystal clear waters of UNESCO-protected National Park of Las Salinas
Shop for exclusive designs and Ibizan fashion in the array of boutiques in Ibiza Town
Sample traditional cuisine and local specialities such as fish hotpot, Ibizan paella and meat stews
See Ibizan art from the 60s to the present day at MACE (Museu d'Art Contemporani), housed within an 18th-century building
Ibiza Airport serves both the island of Ibiza and the island of Formentera. A single terminal airport, it handles domestic services and flights to a wide choice of European destinations. Predominantly a tourist hotspot, passenger traffic reaches its peak between May and October.
Ibiza Airport is approximately 4 miles southwest of Ibiza Town, close to San José.
There are several buses that link the airport with a range of destinations across the island. Bus 10 heads to Ibiza bus station, the ferry port for Formentera and San Jorge, bus 24 runs to Sant Eularia and Cala Nova and bus 9 connects with San Antonio. There are numerous car rental agencies inside the terminal and taxis are available right next to the terminal building.