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Ibiza What to See and Do

If you are wondering what to see and do during your stay in Ibiza, this article is for you! We will not dwell on the cliché of nightlife, in fact Ibiza offers its visitors numerous unforgettable experiences and breathtaking scenery. So let’s find out our top 10 things to see and do in Ibiza.

The Punta Moscarter lighthouse

on the north coast of the island, the Punta Moscarter lighthouse is absolutely worth a visit. It is a lighthouse still active today, with a 52 meters high tower, the highest of the Balearic Islands. The lighthouse has been active since 1978 and offers visitors a postcard view!

Biotechnological Botanical Park

in this park you will find a center that deals with the study and care of the environment and promotes biotechnologies. You will be able to get to know, thanks to the guided tour, all the landscapes and endemic species of the Balearic Islands. Surely it is a different experience, which we recommend especially for those who stay in Ibiza with children.

Cova de Can Marçà

This beautiful cave is rightfully included in our top 10 things to see in Ibiza. In fact, this incredible natural cavity, in addition to showing off its 100,000 years, witnessed by the numerous limestone formations such as stalactites and stalagmites, is inserted in the breathtaking natural context of a cliff.

Wine tasting

Wine production in Ibiza and Formentera dates back to the 7th century BC. It was the Phoenicians who brought the first varieties of vines to the islands. Due to the favorable climate, the grapes reach ripeness earlier than on the continent, in fact the harvest begins as early as August. You can taste the robust personality of the wines of Ibiza, the result of dry climate, salt and sun, in many of the wineries that offer tours and tastings to tourists. In addition, in December, you can participate in the wine festival in the town of Sant Mateu d’Albarca, which will give you a taste of the real Ibiza.

Sunset in San Antonio

The west coast of Ibiza, and more precisely the bay of San Antonio, is certainly one of the best known places to admire the sunset. The famous Paseo de ses Variades or “sunset walk”, is a beautiful stretch of coast that overlooks the bay and hosts some of the most chic bars and restaurants on the island, from which you can watch the sun go down while tasting a good glass of red wine accompanied by excellent tapas.

Torre des Molar

Among the many towers scattered along the coast of Ibiza, the Torre des Molar is worth a visit. Located above Port de Sant Miquel and very close to the Can Marçà caves, this tower was finished in the second half of the 1700s. So if you want to enjoy a splendid view over the bay of Sant Miquel, the terrace of the tower is the ideal spot.

Hippy market in Es Canar

L ocated on the east coast of Ibiza, the town of Es Canar offers tourists, in addition to a wonderful sea, a very characteristic attraction. In fact, the hippy market, with its mix of colors, scents and music, will take you back to the 1960s.

Bloop Festival

For all art lovers who are in Ibiza between August and the first days of September, we definitely recommend attending the Bloop Festival. It is in fact a proactive art festival that offers the public some of the urban works of the best artists in Europe. The Bloop Festival project is considered one of the most interesting in the world.have to wait many years after the end of the Second World War, before being recognized as autonomous with the 1983 Statute.

Broner House Museum

This house-museum was built in 1960 by the architect and painter Erwin Broner. Once he died, the house was donated to the island of Ibiza. The huge windows of the house overlook the sea, towards Formentera and allow the sound of the sea to flood the rooms. In addition, the furniture was designed by Broner himself and some of his paintings and projects are also exhibited in the house.

La Nave Salinas Foundation

We end our journey among the 10 things to see in Ibiza with the La Nave Salinas Foundation. Lovers of contemporary art will be happy to admire this gallery, as well as the incredible location that hosts it. The spaces are wisely used to host temporary exhibitions.

It was certainly difficult to enclose the beauties of this small and rich Balearic island. We hope that our suggestions will make your stay in one of our luxury villas as pleasant as possible.