What to see

What to see

Dalt Vila, World Heritage

Ibiza - Eivissa

The romantic cobbled alleyways and magnificent views are an invitation to stroll along the walls and bastions of the ancient citadel.…

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Eivissa beaches

Ibiza - Eivissa

Talamanca, Ses Figueretes and Platja d’en Bossa are the three beaches nearest the city centre.

The most popular beach…

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Formentera, the sister island

Ibiza - Formentera

This island beckons you to adopt a slower pace and enjoy nature from superb beaches.

All this, in the company of the legendary island of…

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Parque Natural de Ses Salines. The salt ecosystem

Ibiza - Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

Ses Salines is an extremely fragile natural space that is well loved by both tourists and Ibizans.

Ses Salines de Ibiza & Formentera…

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Passages of Ibiza

Ibiza

All the passages in the world share a certain magic: they elicit a conversation between two spaces, two worlds. The writer Jorge Carrión…

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Sant Antoni beaches

Ibiza - Sant Antoni de Portmany

The bay and the Salada and Saladeta coves are busiest beaches in Sant Antoni.

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Sant Joan beaches

Ibiza - Sant Joan de Labritja

The shore of Sant Joan is very rugged but also dotted with unspoiled, secluded coves accessible by foot along pathways.

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Sant Joan de Labritja. Unspoiled countryside

Ibiza - Sant Joan de Labritja

This is the least-populated and northernmost municipality on the island, and also the most rural and traditional one, with the most…

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Sant Josep beaches

Ibiza - Sant Josep de Sa Talaia

Coves with turquoise water, sandy spots like Ses Salines and Es Cavallet and enigmatic abandoned quarries like Sa Pedrera succeed each other along…