Boats anchored off a secluded beach in Es Verda Island, Ibiza, Spain
BEACHES & BEATS

Cruise to Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is a legend among those who enjoy electronic music and mega-nightclubs. But this tiny speck off the coast of Valencia, Spain, has its fair share of natural beauty, local culture and delicious cuisine to delight visitors beyond party season and the neon walls of its clubs. Find Ibiza's mellower side in the old town of Dalt Vila, a UNESCO World Heritage Site — see the medieval fortress and castle of Castell de Eivissa, and behold the simple Gothic beauty of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows. Jump onboard an Ibiza cruise to head to the white-washed villages of Santa Gertrudis and Santa Agnes to saunter through canopied squares full of quiet cafes and artists' galleries.
National Language Spanish
Currency Accepted Euro (EUR)

Things To Do in Ibiza

A statue of a sailor in Ibiza, Spain

A Strong History

A statue of a sailor in Ibiza, Spain

A statue of a sailor in Ibiza, Spain

A Strong History

Walk the historic streets of Ibiza's old town, Dalt Vila, where you can explore Renaissance fortifications that protected the island dating back to the 16th century. Find the storybook cathedral, Catedral de Eivissa, that sits at the top of the town and get lost in the different museums, shops and restaurants that surround it.

Cala Comte beach in Ibiza, Spain

Beat the Heat

Cala Comte beach in Ibiza, Spain

Cala Comte beach in Ibiza, Spain

Beat the Heat

Ibiza has plenty of beaches to choose from. Head to Talamanca beach for a relaxing experience, Figueretas for a more resort-style ambiance and Cajal Jondal Beach to catch the fashionable crowd. If you're looking for calm, views and pine trees by the beach, visit Cala Vadella and Cala Salada.

A close up view of a DJ's mixer during an outdoor party
A close up view of a DJ's mixer during an outdoor party

Live It Up

Ibiza's nightlife is legend — but if you want to party in the daytime, you can do that, too. San Antonio is home to some of the biggest, loudest and longest-running clubs around. Go to Eden Ibiza, Cafe del Mar or Es Paradis for a waterfront experience, try Mint or Savannah for low-key vibes, or seek out a boat party for daytime dancing.

A platter of seafood noodle paella in Ibiza, Spain
A platter of seafood noodle paella in Ibiza, Spain

Local Cuisine

Ibiza has a love affair with food and drink. Everywhere you go, you're sure to find some version of sangria or paella during your Ibiza cruise. But if you want to get more adventurous, try to find fideua (a take on paella but with noodles), sofrit pages (a mix of chicken, lamb and sausage) and flao (the Ibizan version of a cheesecake).

Various shops in Ibiza, Spain with outdoor displays
Various shops in Ibiza, Spain with outdoor displays

Shopping

Ibiza is full of bakeries, paper shops and tobacco stores, which close for a little siesta in the morning and then in the afternoon. Cruise to Ibiza and go to Las Dalias and Punta Arabia for hippie-chic stores, Emonk Ibiza for a wide variety of boots and sneakers and Sluiz for interior design items.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Head to small villages to experience the slow-paced lifestyle of Ibiza.
2 Take a drive around the island to discover the many beaches that lie hidden.

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