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When In Ibiza Do Not Miss These Exciting Activities

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When In Ibiza Do Not Miss These Exciting Activities
16 April 2018 @ 08:13

Ibiza is one of the most favorite and most popular islands in the Balearic Islands. It is well known for its many nice beaches, lively nightlife, unique electronic music, and numerous summer clubs. But Ibiza offers more than that. Here are a few things that you can do and enjoy during your stay in this scenic island in the Mediterranean Sea.

Ibiza, officially known as Eivissa is perhaps one of the most popular and most favorite tourist destinations in the Balearic Islands. This scenic island in the Mediterranean Sea has long been known for its unparalleled lively nightlife, and unique electronic music, as well as for its association with the invigorating summer club scene. But the island of Ibiza offers more than just clubbing and nightlife. Despite being compact, there are a lot of interesting things that you can enjoy on the island.
 

 

Go swimming in Cala Llenya

If you prefer a slightly quieter, more relaxed atmosphere and more scenic place with smaller crowds in Ibiza to go swimming, visit Cala Llena beach. It is located just around 10 minutes away from San Carlos. The beach is enveloped by pine trees and lush greenery which contribute a lot to its overall relaxing feel. Cala Llena is popular among families who want to spend a more intimate and private summer getaway trip. If you happen to visit Cala Llena on a Sunday, you can check out the weekly market.

Experience being a local

One of the best ways to understand and appreciate the culture and traditions of the local people is to be one of them, at least during your stay on the island. Try doing what the locals do and eat like them as well. Cheer up and be adventurous. Just don't forget to learn the basics of Spanish or else you are bound to get lost in the middle of your adventure. You can try to visit the local market, eat some native foods, try their delicacies, walk around the streets, or try squeezing fresh orange juice the way locals do.

Watch the sun as it sets from Es Vedra

Watching the sun as it sets is such a pleasurable, heartwarming, and memorable activity most especially if you do it at Es Vedra. The sunset in Es Vedra is strangely powerful, mesmerizing, and captivating, something that can't be explained in words. So, if you visit Ibiza, don't forget to experience watching the sunset at Es Vedra.

Pay a visit to Formentera

Use this opportunity to take a peek at the crystal clear water and amazingly beautiful beaches in Formentera. The Formentera island is located just off Ibiza. Formentera's beaches are among the most pristine in the world. In fact, it is competing against the Caribbean which is well known for its unparalleled beauty and scenery. To arrive at Formentera, just take a boat ride from Ibiza which can take as much as 30 minutes.

 

Staying in Ibiza

When it comes to picking where to stay in Ibiza, you have a wide of options to choose from. You can rent Ibiza Villas, book in a five-star hotel, stay at a decent hostel, book a room at one of the high-end resorts, sleep at any of the intimate rural hotels, or rent a furnished room.


If you want to stay in Ibiza for a few days or if you want to just chill out and relax while enjoying the scenic unspoiled beaches, it is smart to consider Ibiza villa rental.


You can find a number of nice Ibiza Villas on the island. Just make sure to book beforehand to make sure that you get the best accommodation especially in August.



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