Ibiza, the most fun island

This incredible island could be considered the summer tourism capital of Spain as it is one of the most recognized beach destinations for its parties and nightlife, but beyond this, it has many attractions worth discovering.

Start by taking a stroll through the old town, also known as Dalt Vila, an enclosure of steep streets lined with mansions, crowded houses and surrounded by walls. Then take a stroll along the harbor to see the luxurious yachts and walk to the neighborhood of La Marina which has streets full of restaurants, bars and stores of all kinds.

It is true that it is possibly not the quietest island to rest in general terms, but you can also find places where you can disconnect to enjoy a few days of total relaxation accompanied by a wonderful climate and environment.

We are talking about the area of Santa Eulalia in Ibiza, a quiet and familiar town, perfect to escape from the bustling nightlife of Ibiza, but still enjoying its beaches and landscapes. Being a more serene locality, it offers you attractive plans to do such as taking a stroll along the seafront and visiting the marina to sit and have a drink in a nice terrace.

The offer of bars and restaurants is quite wide and it is easy to find a good place to have dinner or a delicious cocktail in the evening. In addition, its old town is beautiful as it is composed of typical Ibizan white houses and walking through it will be a pleasant experience. It is also worth visiting the famous Santa Eulalia Market, where you can find a variety of handicrafts and which is open to the public all day long during the summer months.

Near Ibiza you can also visit some of its charming villages with their fortified rural churches such as Sant Carles de Peralta, famous for its hippie market Las Dalias; and the Cave of Can Marça, with its attractive lake of Wishes, whose waters are colored with fluorescein creating a magical effect under an unreal illumination.

Ibiza is one of those places that always exceeds expectations to make it unforgettable!

This is our Top 10 of the coves in Ibiza that you can not miss on your visit:

  1. Cala Salada: with crystal clear waters and surrounded by pine trees, this cove offers a quiet natural environment ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
  2. Cala Conta: known for its stunning sunsets and crystal clear turquoise waters, this cove is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the scenery.
  3. Cala Bassa: with its white sand and shallow waters, this cove is ideal for families and those seeking a quieter environment.
  4. Cala Tarida: with its wide white sandy beach and crystal clear waters, this cove is perfect for swimming, snorkeling and enjoying the sun.
  5. Cala Vadella: with its protected bay and calm waters, this cove is ideal for water sports such as paddle surfing and kayaking.
  6. Cala d’Hort: with stunning views of the islet of Es Vedrà, this cove is popular with photography and diving enthusiasts.
  7. Cala Xuclar: this small pebble cove is perfect for those looking for a secluded place to enjoy the sea and tranquility.
  8. Cala Gració: with its golden sand and shallow waters, this cove is ideal for families and those looking for a relaxed atmosphere.
  9. Cala Boix: with its dark sandy beach and crystal clear waters, this cove is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, and has a restaurant nearby to enjoy a meal by the sea.
  10. Cala Llonga: with its wide bay and calm waters, this cove is popular with paddle surfers and windsurfers, and has a wide variety of services near the beach.

In this incredible destination of the Balearic Islands you have two accommodation options in the Leisure Hotels section of our website.

  • Catalonia Ses Estaques and Catalonia Royal Ses Estaques (adults-only resorts).

Also, remember that as an Exclusive member you have a direct and guaranteed room upgrade in Europa Hotels, according to the level of your Membership. A plus is that you can also add flights to your hotel reservation from our website, and at the best prices.

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