Ibiza, the famous Balearic island, loved by young and old! But Ibiza could also be described as unjust since its beauties and charms as one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean are often overshadowed by the frenzy of big clubs it contains. Really, what else can one do in Ibiza besides frantic clubbing? Today’s article presents five enjoyable experiences in Ibiza that will be unforgettable! The international cradle of clubbing, the “altar” of the biggest DJs, in which hundreds of “believers” “swear” every summer, from early April to early October is here to prove that has so much to offer than that:
Hippie Market in Es Caná
Ibiza’s artistic tradition is long, dating back to the early 1960s, when artists, painters and designers of all kinds flooded the island, radiating a spirit of freedom and expression. Today’s authentic market at Es Caná remains alive and well, reminiscent of the greatness of the past. In addition to the unique atmosphere, in the market, you will find ornate handmade jewellery, decorations and other handicrafts from every corner of the world!
In the Old Town for historical quests
Did you know that Ibiza’s Old Town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site? As it is called, Dalt Vila will satisfy lovers of history to the most romantic souls, full of Roman archaeological sites, old fortifications, and of course the famous Castle! This wonderful walk will teach you a lot through a fascinating journey 2,500 years back.
Where better to try some authentic Spanish paella with fresh fish, from the Balearic Islands! All the senses are involved in this Spanish delicacy: Your nose will take the first step, leading you blindly to one of the island’s traditional restaurants (perhaps a little further from the tourist hotspots). Your eyes take the baton, as you will recognize from afar the giant pans in which they are cooked … tones of paella, with the yellow colour of saffron dominating. Once you decide to sit down, it’s time to indulge in the delicious journey of your palate. You can taste some shrimp, squid, octopus, mussels and other seafood, chicken and hare for those who prefer something less of seafood taste. Your satisfaction is surely guaranteed.
Swim in Cala D’Hort, overlooking Es Vedra
Es Vedra, the imposing rock that rises to 400 meters and dominates the horizon of Cala D’Hort beach, is an excellent reason to choose the western part of the island for swimming. But what is so unique about this rock?
Apart from the landscape’s picturesqueness and the rock’s special vertical shape, Es Vedra is surrounded by a veil of mystery and stars in many local myths. The most famous of them is believed to be the last trace of the lost mythical Atlantis. According to another legend, it is the Island of the Sirens in Homeric epics. You can choose which scenario you like best while swimming in the crystal clear waters of Cala D’Hort!
Sunset at Café Del Mar
Café Del Mar is the most famous bar in the world, even more popular than the most prominent international clubs, music venues and fashionable hangouts. You’ll find it at the end of San Antonio Harbor – and you’ll be speechless. The sunset, the dreamy chill-out music (the music compilations Café Del Mar did not come out by chance!), The relaxed atmosphere is the ideal setting for a refreshing cocktail just before sunset.
Of course, for your travels on the island, ideally, you could use a vehicle to transport you easily from one end of the island to the other. There is transportation that can transport you, but it is recommended that you own your own vehicle for greater convenience and comfort. You can turn to the branch of the company Enjoy Travel on the island of Ibiza to choose the car you want to give an effective solution to the problem of your travels for the entire duration of your stay.