5. Sandy beaches
Ibiza is famous for its beautiful beaches. The island has it all, from hippie beaches to family beaches, and from popular beaches, to peaceful unknown strips. If you want to party with the celebrities, make your way to the Las Salinas in Playa d’en Bossa on the south of the island. It is packed by pine forests and full of the sounds of DJ beats. If you need something more relaxed and family friendly, visit Cala Jondal, located in San José, a mix of sand and pebbles with beautifully clear waters. If you want something offering great view, head to Cala d’Hort near Cala Vadella to enjoy its spectacular views to Es Vedrà. Relax to explore a bit, the best beaches may be those that require a little more effort to reach such as Cala Salada or Benirras beach.
6. Hippy Markets
Since late 1960s, Ibiza has been home to many hippie markets who are giving its charm to the island. Going to hippie market is a must if you are looking for authentic Iberian products, old school style of clothing, live music, workshops. The first and so called original market is Las Dalias, also considered best by many, is home to weekly markets for over six decades. You can find there more than 200 stalls selling jewellery, clothes, artisan products etc. Another famous weekly market is the second hand market Cala Llenya, which is open on Sundays. It’s perfect for those who want to bargain. One of the longest running markets is at Es Canar, also the biggest hippie market on the island with more than 500 stalls filled with various stuff. Although Sunday market in San Juan is one of the newest hippie markets, it attracts a lot of visitors, especially those in search of fresh and organic food.