The island of Ibiza is well-known for its lively nightlife scene, beautiful beaches and more than six million tourists who visit it each year. This is holy ground for clubbers, nature lovers and those looking to get away from it all. Beyond the beach clubs and epic sunsets, there is another side of Ibiza with deserted beaches, crystal clear water for snorkeling, delicious dining options and a city full of history. Discover the best of Ibiza with these 12 things that we absolutely love about the island.
With four locations across Ibiza you won’t have to look very far to find these ever popular juice/smoothie cafes and restaurants. Although not hailed as a fully vegetarian café, the emphasis here is on vegan, vegetarian, macrobiotic and raw food dishes. Talk to any regular Ibiza islander and they will you tell this is the first place to head to cure that post-Pacha hangover. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner the most popular location here may be Santa Eulalia with its spectacular sea views. The newest location in the chain, it is cozy, airy, bright and oozing with good energy. Whether you are stopping in for an early morning smoothie or lingering over a romantic dinner, make sure to check out these incredible cafes.
This luxury spa hotel in Ibiza will leave you absolutely speechless and is just one of many things we adore about the island. This white washed Ibiza style property is suspended 180 meters high above sea level, in the heart of a preserved natural park. Only a 20 minute drive away from the heart of Ibiza’s frantic epicenter, it truly feels as if you are worlds away. The hotel offers 77 rooms and suites, 4 restaurants, 3 fresh-water swimming pools, tennis courts, spa services, bars and multiple sun terraces. The on-site concierges make visiting here seamless and will arrange day trips, water sports, guided excursions and more. Imagine being able to cook alongside the chef, trek with a mountain guide or take a glass bottom boat ride. This is Ibiza like you have never seen it before.
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