Ibiza Travel Guide

Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands and is famous for its lively nightlife. It offers visitors plenty of culture and history as well as beautiful beaches. This is the perfect location for a summer vacation and that is why it attracts millions of visitors every summer,

La Torre Del Canonigo

La Torre Del Canonigo is a majestic hotel that is hidden among this island’s enchanting old town and stands tall overlooking the only city on the island. This is a one-of-a-kind hotel with a lot of history which gives it a unique charm.

Platges De Ses Taules

A stone ramp from the market square leads up to Platges De Ses Taules, Dalt Villa main entrance. This gateway is guarded by statues which are replicas from this island’s Roman era and is where the hippy markets of Ibiza were once held.

Platges de Comte

This dreamy cluster of three blonde-sand coves occupies a low-lying headland and occupies shallow and fabulously clear aqua waters. With its beaches facing directly west, this is a popular late afternoon spot where many gather to watch the sun sink into the Mediterranean Sea from the restaurants.

Dalt Villa

Ibiza’s Old Town is known as Dalt Villa. It is abundant in historical and cultural artifacts and it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. Here you will find museums, a monastery, a cathedral, and a beautiful castle. With its charming energy and narrow cobblestoned streets, it is definitely worth a visit.

Ibiza Puerto

Ibiza Puerto is Ibiza’s main port and is a great place to sit back, have a drink and enjoy the beautiful boats coming through to this island.

Figueretas Beach

This stunning beach is right next to Ibiza town in the cool and funky resort of Figueretas. It features a picturesque long palm wine promenade to walk along where you can find limitless restaurants and cafes to discover.


Stonehenge is a contemporary attraction with a stunning clifftop monument. This semicircle of 13 basalt columns was created by Andrew Rogers, an Australian artist. It stands on a rocky coastal shelf and is about a 10-minute walk from Cala Codolar.


These colossal protective walls completely encircle Dalt Villa and are over 25m high. They were built to protect the Ibizans in the Renaissance era against the threat of attack by the Turkish navy and North African raiders. In just one hour, you can cover the entire two kilometer stretch of these ramparts. You can also enjoy great views over the port along the way.