Written By: Monique Lapointe
Hey lovelies! Ibiza, Spain is known for its insane party scene, crystal blue water and delicious food. I was recently able to spend a few days on this beautiful island where I got to experience it all.
So, I am going to give you all a few ideas on what to do and where to go in Ibiza, Spain.
San Antonio Bay :
There are two sides of the island that are more popular for tourists and where most of the hotels are located. I stayed in San Antonio Bay which at first I wasn’t too pleased about but it ended up being a very smart decision. San Antonio Bay is a little cheaper when it comes to hotel prices. They have a harbour where you can rent boats or where most of the party boats depart from. Many clubs are located here as well. During the day you can lounge on the beach and take a dip in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Ibiza Rocks Hotel :
Ever seen those movies about the college kids who go on spring break and stay at some crazy party hotel where people are dancing on the balconies and taking tequila shots by the pool while dancing in their bikinis? Well, Ibiza Rocks Hotel is exactly like that. This hotel is seriously unlike any other. If you don’t feel like staying in the hotel you can just attend all the parties by buying a ticket online! All summer long they host different parties where world-renowned DJ’s and artists come to preform. Click here to find out when their next event will be!
You can truly call it a party if it’s on a yacht sailing around the Mediterranean Sea with a DJ and jet ski’s. There are many companies on the island that host boat parties but I personally think the best is “Beautiful People Ibiza”. This company has boat parties daily with each boat holding about 50 people. There is a DJ and an open bar. For about four hours you cruise around the island until you stop in the middle of the sea and can ride Jet Ski’s or take a dip in the water. All of this and it only costs about 80 euros per person!
Go to a Concert:
Multiple artists come to Ibiza to preform. For example, Kygo preformed multiple times throughout the whole summer in Ibiza. So, I would recommend looking online to see if any artists are preforming while you are on your vacation. Click here to find all the important on concerts in Ibiza.
Cliff Jumping :
I am the biggest adrenaline junkie so the minute I booked my ticket to Ibiza I knew I had to find some cool spots to go cliff jumping. Below I have listed some locations to jump!
- Cala Salada
- Punta Galera
- Cala Tarida
- Cala Bassa
Rent a Four Wheeler:
My friend and I rented a four wheeler from a local rental dealership and we were able to ride around the whole island! I would suggest renting a four wheeler because it will give you the time to explore much more of the island. It is very easy to drive and such an adrenaline rush! Ibiza has multiple scooter and four wheeler rental dealerships so do not worry about booking one online in advance. Most places do require you to have a drivers license and give down a two-hundred dollar deposit.
Visit Cala Salada Beach:
Cala Salada Beach is just a short twenty minutes from San Antonio Bay and trust me, it is worth the drive. This beach is a hidden gem. With no hotels surrounding, it is very quiet and more of a local spot. The water is as blue as the sky. You can tan in the sand or test your cliff jumping skills by jumping off the rocks. It is also a great spot to snorkel because there are so many different types of fish swimming around.