Do you need to bath in the sun ? Ibiza is a fabulous destination to relax. What can you see in Ibiza? Playa d’en Bossa: Ibiza’s main resort is next to the longest beach on the island. On summer days it’s a paradise for the young party crowd; you can sleep off the night before under a parasol as relaxing, low-tempo music from beachfront djs wafts over the shore. If you can work up the energy jet skis and paddleboats can be hired next to the beach, and there a load of places to pick up food when you get hungry. After dark and until the sun comes up it’s party central, with two of Ibiza’s largest clubs, Ushuaia and Space right in the resort.
One of the most intriguing destinations in Ibiza is the island of Es Vedra. Located just off the coast of Cala d’Hort on the western coast, Es Vedra is completely uninhabited. However, it is steeped in mystery and lore. Legends tie Es Vedra to Tanit, the Phoenician lunar goddess. The island was also the spot where the infamous sirens tried to lure Odysseus from his ship in Homer’s Odyssey. It is said that Es Vedra is incredibly magnetic, behind only the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle. Cruises take you to see Es Vedra up close, plus they offer amazing views of the surrounding landscape.
Located on the West of the island, Cala Comte has a small beach with sun loungers as well as a rocky coastline with plenty of carved flat platforms to base yourselves on for the day – perfect for anyone who loves the sea but hates the sand. The water is shallow too which makes it a great spot to bring kids. Spend all day in the water until sunset, then head up to one of the three restaurants on top of the cliffs to enjoy the wide-lens views of the sun dropping behind the horizon.
Ibiza’s crystal, clear blue waters are perfecttttt for snorkelling (or scuba diving, if that’s your thing). There are a few companies who offer budget-friendly snorkel excursions, so definitely check them out (your Ibiza hostel can help you). But if you want to rent gear and explore on your own, make sure to jump in the water at Cala Conta, Aguas Blancas or Cala Salada. Each of those beaches offers heaps of marine life, little coves and clear water. See more details on https://discoveribiza.com/.