Best places to visit in Ibiza: readers’ travel tips

A beautiful method, meandering down thru hills and valleys, brings you to the seaside at Benirrás. In Ibiza’s north, that is a quiet stretch of sand and pebbles, with rocks on both side that you may clamber over, and it offers view across the water to an exciting rock formation referred to as Cap Bernat (“the hand of God” to locals). The ocean mattress is rocky, which makes it extraordinary for snorkelling. This sheltered bay is a famous anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats, which gather inside the past due afternoon to enjoy the romantic sunset, observed on Sundays by means of the drummers who descend at the seashore to “drum down the sundown” – it’s a completely unique Ibiza experience, hooked up over many years.

The view from Sa Talaiassa
view from Sa Talaiassa
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Sa Talaiassa, a 1,560ft (475-metre) mountain, is the highest point in Ibiza, signposted from St Josep inside the south-west of the island. It gives a breathtaking view from east and west coasts. You may watch the sunset in all its glory, listening to not anything but the sound of nature. To the east, you’ll see the island darkening under a stunning red sky, even as the west remains lit in a deep orange sunset. It’s the maximum magical way to experience the natural beauty of Ibiza for free.


Teatro Pereyra (stay track bar)
Teatro Pereyra, Ibiza
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this is a vibrant location set within the foyer of the island’s historical former theatre. Pereyra is located within the Vintage City, with jazz, soul and Latin performances on level from eleven.30pm till 3.30am. The varied choice of drinks cross up in rate once the track kicks in, but you gained’t discover a better mojito, and there is no entrance rate or stupid VIP area. A numerous (although not solely) mature crowd, actual tune, no queues and subtle lights make for a memorable night.


Es Cubells
Es Cubells
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This tiny village has the great region on Ibiza. Amid olive, lemon and citrus groves, it’s miles perched on a headland with clean, uninterrupted perspectives over the silver-sprayed sea to the island of Formentera. Discover the adorable Antique church or stroll down steep steps to the white sandy seaside, before heading again to revel in the vista from the terrace of circle of relatives-run Bar Llumbi – it serves sparkling fish or paella for €12.




The Fish Shack, Talamanca seashore, Ibiza
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Head down the rocky head of Talamanca seashore and on the seafront you will discover the Fish Shack, where chairs are plastic, the waiters call out the day’s menu, and the fish is clean. You’re searching at €10 a plate for lemon-crowned grilled sea bass, juicy tuna steaks and fat prawns, complete with garlic sauteed potatoes and Med salad.
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Eating out in Cala Mastella
El bigote ibiza
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We determined a little gem of a restaurant whilst we had been exploring the numerous lovely coves Ibiza has to offer. A chunk offs the crushed song, Cala Mastella is a tiny cove lined with small, rustic fishing huts. Scramble over the rocks to the left and you will locate El Bigotes, a tiny eatery that is always buzzing with human beings at lunchtime. Simplest one dish is served here, a notable fish stew, cooked over a wood fireplace. Arrive early or you won’t get a table. A real Ibizan experience.

Casita Verde network
Casita Verde, Ibiza
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Ibiza is a hub for alternative dwelling, and arguably simply as many human beings flock to the island to revel in that as they do for the clubbing scene. Casita Verde is a protracted-mounted community selling an extra sustainable way of life, in idyllic surroundings. Open to the public each Sunday from 2-7pm, it serves a homemade, and homegrown, vegetarian lunch for Simplest €7. You can tuck in under the colour of a terrifi carob tree while enjoying live tune and The ocean view. Afterwards you can take part in a guided tour to peer the accommodation for folks who stay there (yurts and tree-houses galore) and study the compost bathrooms, sun panels and plant life.
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Liquido Cocktail Bar, Santa Eulalia
Liquido Cocktail Bar
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We went to Santa Eulalia final 12 months – it’s an easy, high-quality, upmarket-looking lodge with a promenade that’s made for people-looking. Liquido Cocktail Bar has a terrific view over the jetty – you can be in Cannes. The boss seems like he got here over here within the 90s, and likes to showcase his love of northern soul. The cocktails aren’t all that cheap, but exquisite carrier and ecosystem make up for it. I would endorse the Hawaiian Explosion and the Mai Tai, however I remorse no longer trying the huge G&Ts I saw other human beings consuming …

Bicycles, church buildings and gazpacho
Biking in Ibiza
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Pattern the other facet of Ibiza on a motorcycle. Route 19 winds upwards and northwards from Ibiza City for 60km. Quickly you’re pedalling thru villages with traditional churches and cafes. Fields of olives and swaying cypresses stretch out before you, until you arrive in St Llorenç. Take in the view of The sea, glowing in the night light, and pop in to L. A. Paloma restaurant for a tasty gazpacho (€6) or a scrumptious fish stew (€15).


Cala D’en Serra cove
Cala d en Serra in Ibiza
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Head to the very north of the island, down an unpaved hard tune, and also you’re rewarded with a lovely small cove with Old fishing huts, a handful of sunbathers and a touch chiringuito. The deserted resort behind the beach simply adds to the uniqueness of the spot. Simply don’t inform all people.