Endless parties, frantic entertainment and transparent water beaches combine Ibiza, attracting not only celebrities and clubbers but also those longing to deflate or enjoy casual moments in its sand.

Spain’s “White Island” is famous for its amazing parties with leading DJs from around the world. It offers countless choices in night entertainment, from super clubs that are often voted as the best in the world and beach bars to pubs and bars with a distinct style.

The third largest island in the Balearic Islands, with a coastline of 210km, is also known for its dozens of beaches, while the old city of Ibiza has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

A ride in Dalt Vila

If you want to meet the original face of Ibiza airport, raise the alleys that will lead you to the old city with the wonderful view. Dalt Vila, amphitheater built, is surrounded by 16th century walls. By walking through the cobbled streets you will see medieval mansions, you will reach the castle and the cathedral at the top of the hill.

At the southernmost edge of the island, the famous Las Salinas or Ses Salines beach, with soft, fine sand, is the first stop many visitors make on the island. It’s considered one of Ibiza’s most beautiful coasts. You’ll find the famous salt marshes.

The renowned Cala Jondal is the stack of celebrities and is characterized by a special landscape. Big pebbles, golden sand on one end and around pine hills.

For relaxation after deflection the Pou des Lleo beach is indicated in an isolated bay north-east of the Santa Eulalia resort. You will meet local fishermen and spotless waters, ideally for diving.

Wild natural beauty you can enjoy in Aguas Blancas, with the fine sand, the rocks, the caves and the turquoise water. The beach is difficult, but it’s worth it.

For an unprecedented sunset view you can go to Benirràs, a club with a transparent a watershed in the northwest, near the village of San Miguel. The beach is one of the least developed tourists.

The blue green sea and a long strip of white sand make up the extraordinary scene on the west beach of Cala Tarida, near the village of San Jose.

Overspectacle in the Can Marca Cave (Cova de Can Marca)

An unprecedented experience will be experienced in the Cova de Can Marca, penetrating a golden-yellow world with many levels and impressive formations of stalactites and stalagmites. At the heart of the cave you will be fascinated by the hyperspectacle of musical backlash and illumination, while you will see colored lakes and a shining waterfall about 10 meters away. The cave is located near the old port of San Miguel, and in the past, smugglers used it to hide their spoils.

Excursion to Formentera Paradise (Formentera)

Emerald waters and exotic sandy beds you will enjoy in Formedera, the island with the incredible natural beauty that conveys a Caribbean atmosphere even though it belongs to the Balearic Islands. Ideal place for relaxation in a short space of time from cosmopolitan Ibiza.

In the north of Formedera you will find two stunning beaches with clear water and white sand, the Playa de Ses illetes and the Playa de Llevant.

To the south is spread Playa Migjorn, the longest beach on the island, in the shape of a half-moon with peaceful, crystal waters.

Magnificent scenery at the diner you’ll see on Cap de Barbaria, with the emblematic lighthouse on the rocky hill, 100 meters. above the sea. A few feet away, a hole in the ground ends up in a cave from which you can pass to come out to a natural balcony with an extraordinary view.