Food in supermarkets is extremely rich and diverse, because renting an apartment with a kitchen and full tools, the group has a chef to cook deliciously so it is not difficult to buying food and cooking and enjoy together.
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Below are some good restaurants you can refer to
- Mikasa (Address: Calle Ibosim, 11, 07800 Eivissa, Ibiza / Telephone: +34 971 317 922 / Website: mikasaibiza.com)
- Finca La Plaza (Address: Plaza de la Iglesia, 5, 07814 Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, Ibiza / Telephone: +34 971 197 370 / Website: fincalaplaza.com)
- Chiringuito Blue (Address: Paseo Marítimo 15, 07840, Ibiza / Telephone: +34 971 331 331 / Website: chiringuitoblueibiza.com)
- Seven Pines (Address: Carrer Puig Delfín, 07830 Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza / Telephone: +34 971 195 200 / Website: 7pines.com
- Pacha (Address: Avenida 8 de Agosto, 07800 Ibiza / Telephone: +34 971 313 612 / Website: pachaibiza.com)
- Es Boldado (Address: Playa Cala d’Hort, 07830 Illes Balears, Spain / Phone: 626 49 45 37)
- Can Domingo Restaurante Italiano (Address: Carretera Ibiza-San Josep, Km 9, 8, 07830 Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Illes Balears, Spain / Phone: 971 80 01 84 / Website: http://www.candomingoibiza.com/)
- Eat Is Life (Address: Spain, Av. la Pau, 1, 07800 Ibiza, Islas Baleares, Spain / Phone: 971 31 22 01 / Website: http://www.eatislife.es/)
- Bottega il Buco (Address: Carrer Vénda de Parada, 12, 07814 Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, Illes Balears, Spain / Phone: 971 19 76 76 / Website: http://bottegailbuco.com/)
- Wild Beets (Address: Carrer Venda de Llatzer, 9, 07814 Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, Illes Balears, Spain / Phone: 971 19 78 70 / Website: http://wildbeets.com/)
Ibiza tourist guide: Suggested Ibiza itinerary 3 days (3 days in Ibiza), best places to visit and top things to do in Ibiza
We had 3 days and 2 nights, but actually there were only 2 full days on the island because the first day we came to Ibiza quite late. What to do in Ibiza that you can not miss? the beautiful Ibiza Old Town, lots of beautiful beaches and especially party and party all day and night.
Day 1 – Fly to Ibiza
We arrive in Ibiza Airport at late night, pick our luggage and take a taxi to the hotel in Old Town. The hotel is not too far from the airport, so it only takes 10-15 minutes driving. We check in, bathe and rest. If anyone likes to party, can let’s go, the host after picking us up is also ready to party.
Day 2 – Explore Old Town
Ibiza Old Town
The morning got up a little late because of the late flight to Ibiza yesterday. Then take a taxi to the Old Town area to play. This area is quite large, bustling and crowded because of concentrating many entertainment and shopping places.
Wandering on small streets of the Old Town
Shops and restaurants here must be around 10am to start opening. This area is quite large, but it only takes a few hours to discover all. Do not skip many corners, alleys with houses that are close by, walking on the very delicate little marble streets. Also, do not forget to go to the port with a lot of yachts with white main tones.
Dalt Vila – Climb to the top of the hill to enjoy a panoramic view of the beautiful Ibiza
After strolling and exploring the corners of the old town, we started to climb the hill where the fortress of Dalt Vila is located, with a very spacious terrace with 360-degree panoramic view of the island of Ibiza. This is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain recognized by UNESCO. The way up is quite comfortable and not too high so you don’t worry about climbing hard or tired.
This area has many attractions such as Madina Yasiba Museum and Sant Jaume Fortress, Sant Pere fortress and Diocesan Museum. Dalt Vila Castle – Ibiza appears in a space as the Middle Ages with many original brick walls. From the top can view the vast area of the island and the Mediterranean Sea.
Visit the San Antonio area
After a stroll in Ibiza Old Town, we went to find a rental car and drive to the western part of Island – San Antonio. This is the second busiest area after the Old Town. The beaches are located around the town, there are also walking and visiting streets, quite a lot of shops and eateries. Especially San Antonio bearing a more modern look, many tall buildings and hotels, like a miniature Cannes.
You can have fun in the harbor area, or drive straight into the old town where has parking lots. Leave the car here and walk around the pretty little streets. In fact, this area is quite small and very few tourists, walking for a while is end and there are not many attractions like in Old Town.
The beautiful beaches of Cala Tarida and Cala Saladeta
These beaches all located in Ibiza’s west with white sandy beaches and clear sea water. If you look from above, you will see that the sea water in Ibiza is quite similar to other beautiful beaches in Europe. The water near the shore with a beautiful jade color, adorned by yachts parked offshore.
Cala Tarida Beach
One of Ibiza’s most beautiful beaches, with white, smooth and very long sandy beaches. Below are rows of colored umbrellas. There are many wonderful hotels and resorts with sea view, the tourists coming to the beach for bathing, joining sport water activities are also very crowded.
Cala Saladeta Beach
This beach is very suitable for watching the sunset, even when driving on this road there are many beautiful corners to see. In addition, the area near this beach, has many high cliffs can stand here and look down, as well as view the ocean, feeling free that hard to resist.
After visiting these beaches and catching the sunset, the sky was dark, and driving to Old Town was around 9-10pm. At this time, we were also quite tired. We went to the supermarket to buy food to cooking, eating and resting. If you want to experience Ibiza at night, don’t miss the lively parties in many bars here.
Day 3 – Beaches in Ibiza
It is very unfortunate that our third day on this island rains all day. So enjoying this beautiful island is not much. We still drive around the island and go to Ibiza beaches on this 3rd day.
Beach in Platja d’en Bossa
This beach is located right near Ibiza Town, sand is not white and generally not very beautiful. Due to the early morning it is quite deserted, but the afternoon will be much more exciting.
The northwestern beaches of Ibiza
The northwest of Ibiza really has many beautiful beaches. There are not only beaches here, but the road to there also has many cliffs. From here, overlooking the Mediterranean sea brings an indescribable emotion, only surrounded by vast sea without stops.
Unfortunately, it rains all day, so we don’t enjoy much. Even so, I still drove to explore the most of the scheduled beaches. It can be mentioned here as beach Sa Cova, beach Es Portitxol (almost the most beautiful here), and Cova de Can Marçà beach.
Late in the afternoon we returned to return the rented car, and continued wandering in Ibiza Old Town. Rest and eat and drink in a pretty big KFC shop here. If you want to find a restaurant without much thought, just go to KFC, very spacious and comfortable seats for the whole group.
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Ibiza – the island of party
Ibiza is the island of partying, so it can’t help but said about this when traveling to Ibiza. There are many clubs on the island that you can choose for your party all day and night. Ibiza concentrates the most exciting clubs, many of the world famous DJs come here every year and also famous celebs, singers, actors.
There are 3 main areas for clubbers: San Antonio, Old Town and Playa d’en Bossa west area. Party in Ibiza is vibrant all day and night, and each resort has a different style to choose from. To participate in these clubs you need to buy an entrance ticket. Tickets can be purchased online or purchased at clubs, agents on the island.
Entrance tickets range from EUR15-60 depending on the each resort/club, some famous party areas can cost up to EUR40-80E/person. You should buy tickets in advance because tickets can be sold out if you buy late or when you come a club to buy, and you can be discount if buying in advance. The price of drinks in the club is quite high, a cup of vodka lemon of €15-18, beer of about €9-13 in the club or €6-8 elsewhere.
Some best nightclubs in Ibiza: Amnesia Ibiza, DC-10, Destino, Eden, Heart, Pacha Ibiza, Privilege, Space Ibiza, Ushuaia, Bora Bora, El Divino, Es Paradis, MOMA Ibiza, Ocean Beach.
Rent a yacht in Ibiza
In addition to the party, you can rent a yacht to visit the neighboring islands or simply go to the beautiful sea areas to hang out. Especially if traveling in a group, it is quite interesting to rent a yacht, there are conditions to organize a party right on the cruise.
Also you can visit the island of Formentera, a small island located very close to Ibiza. Having a ferry going from Ibiza to Formentera, make a day trip to this island is the most ok.
In general, if you come to Ibiza merely to visit and explore, not much time, the 3-day and 2-night itinerary (3 days in Ibiza) is fine. And, if you want to have fun more, the day of hanging out and party at night is probably need to spend at least 3 or 4 days or more. Ibiza is always an attractive destination for hot summer days, with vibrant beaches full of bikinis, music and spirits !!!
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