What To Do in Ibiza Besides Clubbing?

As fascinating as Ibiza can be, for most people it associates with parties all night long, parties on the beach, in the bars, hotels and pretty much everywhere. And that can be a reason for some tourists to turn down Ibiza while planning their vacation. It is true that Ibiza is famous for clubbing and incredible parties. However, it’s not all about that. Various resorts and hotels offer engaging, unique and diverse activities for everyone. You can do whatever your heart desires, form scuba diving or cliff jumping to meditating on the beach. So, let’s take a closer look.

Explore the Old Town

Ibiza’s Old Town is called D’Alt Vila which means “Upper Town, and though it’s only a few minutes away from the loud and wild Ibiza town hitting off a party after party, it feels like a completely different country. With its historical heritage, D’Alt Vila is one of the main tourist attractions.

Indeed, it’s remarkable. Once you go through the Portal de ses Taules, the Plaza de Vila (or main square) will open in front of your eyes showing parts of the ancient history of Ibiza.

As you go higher, you will observe the magnificent landscapes and the ancient artifacts created 2500 years ago. One of the main landmarks is the 14th-century Catedral de Eivissa.

Dive Into the Era of Hippies

The village of Las Dalias located between Santa Eulalia and San Carlos is one of the places you can’t miss out in Ibiza. Once, the village was one of the original hippie epicenters and holds the spirit of the era up to this day. These days in Las Dalias you can visit an incredible hippie market with colorful clothing, jewelry, handcrafts along with a variety of musical instruments, records, paintings, books and so much more. This is a place to go and encounter the true Ibiza’s bohemian vibe.

Snorkeling or Scuba Diving

If you are fond of sea life and have always been dreaming to scuba dive and see all the underwater charms with your own eyes, snorkeling is an excellent opportunity to bring your idea to life. Moreover, if you are new to scuba diving, it’s perfect for you.

Snorkeling doesn’t imply for you to go deep under the water. Instead, you can enjoy the marine life right beneath the surface of the sea in a more relaxed manner.

The tour lasts for one or two hours, and you can rent all the necessary equipment: masks, fins and floatation jackets. Also, you will get precise safety instructions and a guide on local sea life. It is absolutely worth checking out and trying.

For those who prefer a more active time that will rush the adrenaline, there are also such activities as cliff jumping or mountain biking. If you wish to relax – then yoga on the beach can be an excellent option for you. Although, whatever activity you choose, Ibiza will regardless remain an unforgettable place where you will want to come back over and over again.

What Is the Best Time to Go to Ibiza?

Ibiza is an attractive place to visit at any time of the year but, certainly, you will have diverse experience during different seasons. In different months the prices will differ, the crowds will be bigger or smaller as well as some activities will take place at particular times. So, if your decision to spend your vacation in Ibiza is final, it’s time to pick the perfect time of the year to have the trip of your dreams.

May

May is a great month to visit Ibiza if you want to chill and have a peaceful time. The towns are not too crowded yet, but the restaurants and clubs are already up and running. The winter finishes and the new fantastic season begins.

The temperature at this time is ranging in the 60s so no cold can stop you from enjoying all the activities. Besides, the last weekend of may is a season-opening! So plan your time carefully if you don’t want to miss it.

June

That is when the season really begins! The weather’s getting warmer, the beaches are more crowded and the clubbing nights are heating up. It’s essential to keep in mind that the prices will start raising too, so be sure to book a hotel and rent a car beforehand. Many young people arrive in San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa to blow off steam – and that’s what Ibiza is about! If you enjoy clubbing, June is a perfect month for you to visit Ibiza.

July

In July the temperature goes up to the 90s, and Ibiza gets busier. There are more people at the beaches, and the hotels are full, but the nightlife never stops. Every weekend you can still party all night long. On the other hand, there are also plenty of options available for the families who hope to get rest and have fun family time. Resorts and hotels hold a variety of events to entertain the whole family.

August

August is definitely the hottest and craziest month of the year. Parties go around and never stop, music is everywhere – dance by the pool or dance at the beach! If you have come for clubbing, it’s an excellent time for it for sure.

There are still attractive options for the families (don’t think that it’s all about clubbing), and the best places to go are Santa Eulalia, Es Canar or Portinatx. There your kids can enjoy any sort of entertaining activities including water parks or go-carting.

September to April

Ibiza is still very much alive during September and October. However, October is the official end of summer in Ibiza. In September though you are still able to enjoy warm weather, less crowded beaches and have a chance to hit the Closing Party of the season.

The months from November to April are not too active, and most of the clubs and restaurants close. And Ibiza does go cold during the winter – the temperature reduces to 30s. However, the landscape is remarkable. So if you enjoy a camping trip in a rented car (for only six bucks a day) and a fantastic view – you should definitely visit Ibiza in winter.

We hope this small guide will help you pick the best time to visit this amazing place. And you should remember you can have an unforgettable vacation during any season – just stay positive and enjoy all that you encounter.

The Ibiza’s passionate and exciting night

If you want to “fire excited yourself” at a party, nothing more than a out night in Ibiza!

Along with the cities of Mallorca, Minorca and Formentera, Ibiza is part of the Balearics region of Spain. It is a small archipelago about 215 km from Barcelona in the Mediterranean Sea. It is known as name “White Island”.

Ibiza is famous for its natural beauty, many white sandy beaches, picturesque old town and also the world famous party venue. During the summer, guests from all over the place danced and danced at clubs such as Pacha, Privilege, Amnesia, Space and DC10.

If you think that night in Barcelona is so hectic then perhaps when you come to this place, you will have to use wild and wild words to talk about the scene of the night party. The clubs here have become an indispensable place for dance musicians around the world.

Every year, famous DJs come to perform here from the night before until the next morning. But the ticket prices of these places are not cheap either. So, if you do not want to spend too much money on big nightclubs, you can still enjoy the hot atmosphere at beach parties that can be discounted.

Also, if you want to have a weekend holiday that you can jump jubilantly do not forget to travel by boat from Barcelona. From the end of May to September, this is the time that  in every weekend there always is a boat trip to serve the guests.

The adventures of the lively White Island begin on Thursday night, and after three days of fun, visitors will return to the mainland on Sunday night. Although the schedule of each trip is slightly different, but no matter how, when the boat you will enjoy playing with fellow travelers, whether people from all over the world.

 

Travel Ibiza – the paradise of the rich elite

Ronaldo, Messi and many other famous footballers often choose offshore islands off Spain for leisure. One of that is Ibiza.

It is 79 km far from the Valencia coast. Ibiza is in the Baleares Islands. This is an autonomous community of Spain that is relatively small area. But it is a famous tourist island with beautiful coastline, bars, party overnight. Ibiza was mentioned in EDM (electronic music) in the song “I took a pill in Ibiza” as well as a majestic spot.

Ibiza is recognized by UNESCO as a Natural and Cultural Heritage because of the marine ecosystems of diverse communities and older culture. Especially the giant grass of sea that’s Posidonia was found only in the Mediterranean and many ancient Phoenician civilizations. Among them is the most prominent Sa Caleta Phoenician settlement.

Visitors are delighted with the fine white sand and the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea in Ibiza. In addition to sunbathing, swimming, diving, skydiving … there is also an overnight camping service to watch the stars and dawn for a price of 60 euros per night. In summer, the temperature in here is just over 20 degrees Celsius, rarely hot to 30 degrees, and the lowest is about 8 degrees Celsius. This makes it to be the ideal resort for many football stars, especially the players of Real Madrid (Spain).

One of the closest visitors to the island is C. Ronaldo. Almost every summer, he is in here with his friends and his family. He has a special affection for Ibiza. When he won the Euro champion prize, he went to Ibiza to celebrate. When he injured, he also went to Ibiza resort …

Not only the celebrities of Spain but there are also many other players like Brazil’s Roberto Firmino. He had just scored his second goal with the Mexican players at World Cup in Russia. Then he also choose Ibiza as a place to stress with his wife and some his friends in May this year. Himself-propelled motorboat is the most favorite pastime of visitors to going Ibiza.