Ibiza is well known for its wild nightlife. This status has grabbed the attention of many tourists. However, there are things to do in Ibiza for all different types of travelers. San Antonio and Santa Eulalia are the most famous towns, but you can find other attractions if you plan the tour carefully.
WHEN TO VISIT IBIZA?
Ibiza is always crowded in July and August so if you prefer to enjoy it within the budget, September is the most recommended month to visit. The highest temperature in September is 27° and the lowest is 19° degrees Celsius. The perfect weather to enjoy the sunny days without getting burned.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE TRAVELING TO IBIZA?
- They speak the Catalan language. However, most locals can speak English.
- The currency in Ibiza is Euro. Moreover, there are plenty of ATM’s on the island.
- Renting a car → There are different companies where you can rent a car from such as Hertz, Budget, Enterprise, and Hiper. If you book it ahead you can save up some money.
- Public transportation → There are busses available at any time of the day. The bus costs from 1-5 euros depending on your destination.
- Taxi → Taxis are available 24hr.
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WHAT TO DO IN IBIZA?
- GO TO A PARTY!
There are all types of parties in boat, beach, or pool. Privilege is the largest nightclub in the world and most of the celebrities visit it. The prices are very high so make sure that you can afford it.
The water in Ibiza is just amazing, and so clear that you can enjoy all kinds of activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving.
If you want to reach the highest viewpoint in Ibiza, hike to Sa Talaia. You will see the marvelous scenery of the entire island.
PLACES TO VISIT IN IBIZA
In Santa Eulalia, you can experience a piece of history. It is home to the only river in the Balearic Islands, which in turn is home to over 150 species of birds. Of these, the vibrant Kingfisher is perhaps the most famous.
In the west of the island is the resort of San Antonio, famous for its lively bars and clubs, vibrant energy and sublime sunsets. It is the right place if you are planning to do a lot of partying.
- DALT VILA
Dalt Vila was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. In addition to the castle and its walls, there is a cathedral, a monastery, and several museums. There are antique shops, well-decorated restaurants, narrow passageways, and lots of tourists. The mix of old and new makes the Old Town so special.
Senada has been living abroad for 3 years. She enjoys travelling and wants to share her experience with you!