I spent almost a week at this beautiful island. You have seen my two previous posts about nightlife and Formentera. This post will be only about Ibiza. Let’s start!
The capital (also known as Eivissa), is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon, with its lovely harbour and ancient fortress Dalt Vila, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.
Make your way around the walls, passing the six bastions – the strategic lookout points from where cannons could be fired. There are also old churches, a cathedral and, for culture vultures, a couple of museums, with numerous cafés to stop off at along the way.
After spending two night in Ibiza Town we moved to San Antoni, place know for hippy people. Prices over there are much budget friendly. You can walk around and explore. Cozy beaches and local products are available. I wouldn’t recommend you to spend too much time over there just for a visit.
How to travel around?
Ibiza is not that small how you expect. You can take a motor bike or like we did a car. Price per day is ~ 40-50 EUR. Would recommend you to rent a car for at least two days. You can then discover so many beautiful spots and stop whenever you like.
If you are looking for a secluded spot, drive down a rocky track to Cala d’en Serra, a little haven among the pine trees. Cala Llonga, a short drive from Santa Eularia, is home to a pretty beach, but for what feels like a truly undiscovered gem, drop into Sol d’en Serra, a tiny cove in the shelter of two dramatic cliffs.
Ibiza has many things to offer. The best hidden beaches are in the North of the island. If you want have an amazing view from cliffs go to the South. I was trying top discover places without too many tourist and it was not so difficult. You just need to leave the two main towns. I hope that I convince you to visit Ibiza. And please remember-Don’t be scared regarding the prices. If you escaper from touristic places Ibiza is not gonna cost you more than other Spanish places.