Monday 8 April 2019

Ibiza is generally known for its endless celebrations, free-love hippies, drunken ravers and pill-driven electronic music festivals. However, the Balearic paradise has a lot more to offer than just its party scene. It’s still a beautiful European island with unforgettable sunsets and white sand beaches surrounded by endless reserves of dreamy ocean water. 

When the sun comes up and your energy is drained from a night of dancing, it’s time to take a nap before heading out to see some of the many interesting places that call Ibiza their home. From world-class accommodation to tasty cuisine to relaxing beaches, here’s my guide on where to go and what to do in Ibiza.

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Where to Stay

With Ibiza being, well, Ibiza, the last thing you want is to head to bed with the bass from the party next door making new canals through your ears. Fortunately, there are a few great accommodation options that offer the peace and quiet you need after an intense night out. 

For example, Loyal Villas Luxury has a great database of accommodation options for you to choose from, including the renowned Alcestis Villa. This calm, sophisticated villa is nestled in the mountains of Ibiza, offering breathtaking ocean views and world-class amenities. It’s also close to local restaurants, beaches and clubs, making for the perfect retreat.

Where to Relax

Aside from the generous offering of over 50 beaches, Ibiza has a number of tranquil locations that most tourists are too busy to ever notice. This includes cycling and horse-riding trails, hot air balloon rides and humble countryside villages that will refresh your mind and give you a new perspective of life on the island.

If you prefer a more commercial approach to relaxation, it’s no surprise that Ibiza has you covered. Aguas de Ibiza Spa, Rock Spa and Atzar√≥ Natural Spa are all popular choices offering the very best in luxury spa treatments. Aguas de Ibiza Spa even features a gym with meditation, ballet and pilates classes, as well as tons of different bath and shower options.

Where to Shop

Located in Las Dalias is the hippy market, where you can find all sorts of different odds and ends, as well as plenty of local art, clothing and jewellery that’s unique to the island. Be sure to make a stop at the beach town, where you’ll find a variety of great shops, restaurants and bars. Speaking of restaurants, let’s take a look at where you should eat in Ibiza.

Where to Eat

It’s no surprise that Ibiza is home to countless restaurants all vying to fill the stomachs of their hungover visitors. San Antonio’s Skinny Kitchen is a popular option, with hearty meals such as their famous protein pancakes. 

If you’re in Playa d’en Bossa, be sure to stop at Beachouse. Those who find themselves in Talamanca should take a stop at Izakaya, where you’ll be spoiled for choice by the variety of unique Japanese and Dutch fusion treats. 

These are just some of the countless options you’ll have during your stay in Ibiza. With places like these, partying might just become the last thing on your mind. 

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