Music Inside in Eivissa

Whenever we hear the word Ibiza, the first thing that strikes in our minds is fabulous all night parties, artists blaring out of the hippest clubs and bars, music from famous DJs and fantastic sandy beaches. You have a long list of activities that you can do when you are in Ibiza.


Ibiza sunset view from formentera Island in Balearic Islands


Ibiza Beaches

There are more than 40 beaches in Ibiza and all of them are wonderful. Benirras beach, Cala d’en Serra beach, Aguas Blancas beach are some of the best and most visited beaches in Ibiza. Ideal for summers, take a sunbath in clear green-blue water of these beaches or relax yourself on the rocky sand of the beaches.

Exciting Watersports

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You cannot stop yourself from trying watersports after seeing the clean blue water. Ideal for teenagers and adults, some famous watersports include windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving, wakeboarding, jet skiing, deep sea fishing and many more water sports. Snorkeling, swimming and splashing around the beach are other good options for kids.

Eivissa Dalt Vila

Another perfect place for tourists, Eivissa Dalt Vila include impressive 14th century cathedral of Santa Maria d’Eivissa that overlooks town and offers an amazing view of the harbor from a rise and the Necropolis of Puig des Molins, an impressive burial cemetery used for more than a thousand years.

Ses Salines National Park

The Ses Salines National Park includes parts of southern Ibiza and a portion of the neighboring Balearic island of Formentera. The park is loaded with unspoilt beaches, over 200 species of birds, around 180 species of plants that can only be found in the Mediterranean.

  • Port of Ibiza

One of the best spots to visit in Ibiza is the Port of Ibiza. Apart from luxurious resorts and famous beachfronts, here you can also watch the different fishing boats, luxury yachts and cruise ships which pass by. Port of Ibiza also includes amazing cafes and restaurants and is a perfect spot for visitors especially in summers.


A narrow strait of water divides the island of Formentera from Ibiza’s southern coastline. Home to the various beaches of pristine beaches, many of them are known as naturist beaches, the island offers nude swimming and sunbathing. Apart from these, the island is also an ideal destination and stopping point for sailboats and yachts cruising to and from Formentera and Ibiza.

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