When talking about Ibiza, the nightlife comes into mind immediately as this island has a well-deserved reputation of the marvelous party hub. However, Ibiza can offer much more to its visitors, including historical and natural sites. Tourists can find lots of attractive places to attend both during the daytime and at night.
If you want to escape from crowded Ibiza beaches, especially during high season, then Cala Saladeta would be the perfect place to start from. This is the hidden lagoon with turquoise water located on the western part of the island.
To get to Cala Saladeta, it is necessary to do some trekking as there are no roads for cars leading to it. Even though it takes some time to get to this beach, the result is worth the effort. Cala Saladeta is a hidden gem of the Ibiza island as it provides a chance to run away from noisy cities and enjoy the beauty of nature. Keep in mind that there are also no touristic amenities there, so prepare everything you need for you beach rest beforehand.
Another must-see place on the island is the historical city center that is also known as Dalt Vila. You will discover lots of secrets at every corner of Dalt Vila as it preserves more than 2500 years of history. One of the places to visit obligatory in the city center is the Cathedral that has many works of art that are more than 600 years old. To easily get to Dalt Vila, discover villas in Ibiza that are located in close proximity to the city, party beaches, and other famous attractions.
Torre de’n Valls
This tower is also known as Torre de Campanitx – the important place for monitoring the situation in the waters around the island. As Ibiza has always been a strategic island in the Meditteranean, many rival and pirate ships approached it. That is why, locals built Torre de’n Valls to observe and monitor the situation in the surrounding waters. If you want to learn more about the history of Ibiza, then visiting Toree de’n Valls is a must.
If you come to Ibiza for partying, then San Antonio is the main point of destination for you. It is a lively district, offering open air concerts with world-known DJs. This part of the island is also famous for its cafes, bars, and night clubs where you can see spectacular sunsets. In case you are traveling with your friends to Ibiza, consider luxury villas Ibiza for stay near San Antonio. All of them have all the necessary amenities for unforgettable and comfortable rest.
Those who come to Ibiza for several days can take advantage of a day trip to Formentera. This small island is located to the south of Ibiza and is reachable by ferry from its largest ports. Formentera is famous for its white-sand beaches and crystal clear waters. You will also enjoy astonishing landscapes in every part of this small island.