Ibiza Holidays - Things To Do


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Make a splash at Aguamar

This fun-filled aquatic centre is the perfect place to take the kids, complete with swimming pools, colourful waterslides, rides and picnic areas.

Dive beneath the water’s surface

Ibiza is surrounded by an impressive coastline, meaning that you’ll find plenty of water activities on offer - so grab your snorkel, there’s a whole underwater world to explore!

Island hop your way around

If you’re eager to explore even the sleepiest parts of Ibiza, then hop on one of the regular ferries to the islet of Formentera where white sands and a Caribbean-esque seascape await.

Take a history lesson

Calling all history buffs - if you head to the heart of Ibiza Town then you’ll find Dalt Vila - an ancient fortress with fortified walls, Islamic architecture and a choice of museums. Every day’s a school day!

Zip, zip, zip away at Acrobosc

This adventure park is nestled in a pine forest close to Cala Pada beach, with three different circuits of walk-over nets, tight ropes and zip slides, making it the perfect family day out.

Get on your bike

Exploring Ibiza on foot is one thing, but cycling your way along the coast is a whole other experience. You’ll find plenty of bicycle rentals in the area, so hop on and lose yourself in some of the island’s most enchanting landscapes.

Things to do in Ibiza for groups

If like many others, you and your fellow friends are heading to the island for a first-hand experience of the all-singing, all-dancing nightlife that this inviting island has to offer, then we don’t blame you. But where to start with nightlife this legendary? Well if you’ve come prepared with a suitcase full of only the brightest outfits that you could find, seeking big-name DJs and late-night antics, we’d recommend Hï Ibiza, where glittering yourself up and dancing the night away is welcomed with open arms.

Fancy more of a laid-back beachside party? Then get yourself to Café Mambo to watch the sunset, because this little beauty spot is well known for its supreme sundown location. So settle in on the dance floor, with a drink in your hand and the sound of Ibiza house classics rippling through the air, for a euphoric sunset with your friends that is almost guaranteed to give you goosebumps. Mates escapes in ibiza are bound to be brilliant.

Things to do in Ibiza for couples

Picture-perfect port settings, lavish hotels and wining and dining that’s sure to make your heart swoon - Ibiza’s quite simply oozing with romance, making it the perfect call for a couples holiday you won’t forget. Get your exploring heads on and make your way to Ibiza Town. Find yourself immersed in a merge of marvellous historical attractions, thriving town centre and trendy harbourside overlooking the vast ocean views that stretch out eagerly into the distance. Stop for coffee and admire the enchanting surrounding streets, grab a scooter and whiz around snapping pictures with the wind in your hair or simply stroll over to Ibiza Old Town and gaze on in awe at the gigantic cathedral – however you choose to discover it, this town is sure to wow.

Looking for the perfect hotel to add that special touch to your couples escape? Read more about Where to stay in Ibiza.

Things to do in ibiza as a family

As much as this special island is well-loved for its thriving party scene, it’s a huge hit with family holidays too, with short flight times, always sunny skies and cracking Ibiza hotels. So where’s hot to trot with the whole family on the island? We think there’s no better way to savour the Ibiza sunshine than on the beach of course, and our favourite family-friendly option has to be Cala Bassa Beach. Watch on as the little ones excitedly explore the small rock pools with their snorkels; the waters are gentle and calm here, so you can kick back, relax and soak up that Ibiza sunshine. Oh, and if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try out one of the watersports available here too. Venture off on a pedalo or hold on tight for a thrilling banana boating trip. After a long day of sun-soaking, we’d recommend heading over to Cala Bassa Beach Club, where you can cool off with ice cream and beers to your heart's content.

Things to do in Ibiza on a budget

If you’re seeking out a bargain for your Balearic break, then there’s plenty to do in Ibiza that won’t break the bank. With beautiful views around every corner, beaches beyond belief and plenty of pretty towns to explore - who said sun-seeking had to be so expensive? Cheap holidays in Ibiza still offer so much to see, like the famous Hippy Market, located in the beautiful resort of Es Canar. Spend an afternoon or evening strolling around the bustling market stalls discovering bohemian-style gifts, leather goods and artistic tapestries – you could even haggle yourself a good deal on a holiday souvenir if you're lucky.

If you love stretching your legs and exploring entrancing landscapes, then Es Verda island will be right up your street. Climb the hill by the beach that leads to a lookout right over the island, with the beach in the background, the vast blue oceans and mystical uninhabited island out in the forefront – there’s something special about this energetic place that’s quite simply out of this world.

Things to do in Ibiza for stag and hen parties

Give the groom and bride to be the perfect party send off on an island where almost anything goes! Get geared up and excited for a radiant fun fest with some of the best bars and clubs in the world right at your fingertips. There’s sure to be a whole load of dancing, singing and late-night disco action… and we’re only just beginning. Top of the list for many stag and hen parties in Ibiza is a catamaran cruise. Take to the waters on a private expedition with the tunes blaring and the champagne on tap, feel the wind through your hair and dance the day away with your best bunch of mates – there’s no feeling quite like it. If you’d prefer to keep your feet on the floor, then why not go V.I.P at one of Ibiza’s hottest shindigs, from O Beach to Ushuaia Ibiza there’s an endless choice of events, with huge DJs, celeb guestlists and exciting party themes.

  • What events can I go to in Ibiza?

    From traditional celebrations to modern music and independent film festivals, Ibiza's events calendar has something for everyone. Here are some of the best events in Ibiza that are worth keeping in mind for your next trip:

    • Fiesta of San Antonio (January) - a variety of colourful events including parties, parades, music and local food stalls are held in celebration of the Patron Saint’s day

    • Fiesta of Santa Eulalia (February) - live music, traditional dancing and of course feasting take place in celebration of the Patron Saint of Santa Eulalia

    • Carnival (February)- Ibiza Town comes to life with vibrant parades, extravagant costumes and music

    • IBIZACINEFEST (February-March)- Ibiza’s International Independent Film Festival is a must-visit for film fanatics, celebrating homegrown talent and the work of Spanish directors

    • Balearic Islands’ Day (March) - the official day of celebration in the Balearics, where you’ll find various activities, sports and food across the islands

    • Ibiza's Wine Festival (March) - Viniterraneus is one of the most popular wine fairs in Spain, with hundreds of wines as well as street food on offer

    • Flower Festival (May) - look out for colourful horse-drawn carts bursting with floral colours, as well as singing, dancing and a parade of classic cars

    • Healing Ibiza (May) - the most relaxing festival you’ll experience, with peaceful music, yoga classes and natural therapies to improve the health of the body, mind and soul

    • Fiesta de San Juan (June) - an Ibiza-wide celebration with festivals, wine tasting, local food and an epic firework display to top it all off

    • Eivissa Jazz Festival (August) - this festival has been going strong since 1989, with a fusion of jazz, blues and swing music from internationally renowned artists

    • Ibiza Light Festival (October) - watch Ibiza Town come alive with spectacular light technologies created by talented artists, as well as, dance acts and interactive videos

    • Ibiza Sabor (October) - foodies will love this autumn festival, where a number of restaurants across the island showcase local ingredients and traditional tasting menus

    • International Christmas Market (November-January) - if you’re feeling festive then head to Ibiza’s Old Town for Christmas decorations, food stalls and hand-crafted goods

  • Where is the best nightlife in Ibiza?

    Ibiza is the go-to place for dancing from dusk ‘til dawn, so if you’re in the mood for boat parties, club nights and beach raves, check out some of the nightlife hotspots below. There are even Disco Buses that run to and from some of the best nightclubs on the island.

    • Pacha, Ibiza Town - Ibiza’s most iconic nightclub which can house up to 3000 peo[ple, with DJ sets, late-night beats and world-class acts

    • Hi Ibiza, Playa d'en Bossa - a state-of-the-art club split into two rooms - the Theatre and the Club, with light shows, VIP amenities and private teepee tents

    • Oceanbeat Boat Parties - hop on board and choose from a variety of lively All Inclusive boat parties

    • The Rock Bar, San Antonio - one of the most famous bars along the strip, offering a range of spirits and cocktails

    • Popeye's Bar, Santa Eulalia - a cosy bar serving a range of drinks, paired with TV sports and tribute acts

  • What's the food like in Ibiza?

    Ibizan cuisine is a medley of Mediterranean flavours, from your classic paella to your traditional hearty stews. When in Ibiza, be sure to check out these tasty bites:

    • Arroz de Matanzas - a traditional Ibizan rice dish where local meat is cooked in a rich broth with saffron and mushrooms

    • Sofrit Pagés - a Balearic stew made with potatoes, seasonal vegetables and various meats, including Ibizan sausages

    • Tortilla - a potato and onion-based omelette which you’ll find in most tapas bars

    • Ensaimadas - small croissants filled with chocolate or cream, or sometimes even pumpkin!

    • Greixonera - a bread and butter pudding-style dessert made with leftover ensaïmadas, usually with cinnamon or lemon

    • Flaó - a baked cheesecake-inspired pie, usually flavoured with mint and aniseed

    Looking for places to eat in Ibiza? Check out these top dining spots:

    • Mint Lounge Bar, San Antonio - a waterfront terrace serving a tasteful menu paired with laidback music

    • Street Ibiza, San Antoni de Portmany - a must-visit spot for the best burgers in Ibiza

    • Sa Capella Ibiza, San Antoni de Portmany - an elegant dining spot set on a rustic terrace surrounded by greenery

    • Chiringuito Blue, Santa Eulalia - a chilled out beach restaurant serving everything from salads and seafood to Viennese-inspired desserts

    • FEEL IBIZA Restaurant, Es Figueral - a stylish venue serving mouthwatering pizzas in a relaxing setting