• Ibiza
  • Formentera

This fertile land has been discovered back in the 650s AD, when the first port was established here. Ibiza and Formentera are part of the autonomous province of Balearic Islands, which is an archipelago including Mallorca and Menorca, as well as several minor islets. The striking rock formations of the islands have made people believe that the legendary lost city of Atlantis is somewhere around. Both islands are famous for their crystal clear waters that could compete with the Caribbean and some of their natural wonders. Es Vedra is definitely one of them. It is said to be the 3rd most magnetic place on earth, after the North Pole and the Bermuda triangle. This uninhabited rock island 2 kilometers off the west coast of Ibiza is known to be the mythical land of sirens, or sea-nymphs mentioned in Homer's Odyssey. It is fantastic to watch the sunset from inside a secret cave overlooking the magical Es Vedra.

  • Ca Na Xiba

    A small luxury hotel transformed from an old mansion into a hotel in the middle of an amazing landscape.

  • El Olivio Mio

    Easy and nice place in the Old Town.

  • Ibiza Gran Hotel

    A grand luxury hotel with the best views of the Old Town.

  • La Granja Ibiza

    An old farm brought back to life, where guests can learn about biodynamic agriculture through a series of workshops, and can stay at a farmhouse as well.

  • Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

    Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay is a place of relaxation and tranquility at Talamanca Bay, just 2 kilometers off the old harbour... The paella sundays of Chamboa Restaurant is really not to be missed!

  • Aura Restaurant

    A gay friendly garden restaurant at the north of the island.

  • Cipriani Restaurant

    Cool and trendy Italian restaurant to see and to be seen.

  • Heart

    Dinner accompanied by an elegant night show.

  • La Paloma

    A family-run cafe serving healthy food at a ranch just outside the bohemian Santa Gertrudis village.

  • Pastis

    Traditional French restaurant with a character, in the Old Town.

  • Restaurante Cala Salada

    Great for lunch, in between swimming.

  • Tatel Ibiza

    A beach restaurant within the Hard Rock Hotel, which is part of a chain that has posts in Madrid and Miami too.

  • Trattoria Del Mar

    Italian restaurant right on Ibiza Port.

  • Blue Marlin

    The best barefoot dancing accompanied by the sets of lady DJs.

  • Cave of Can Marça, Puerto San Miguel

    A natural cave that was discovered and used by smugglers. Today, it hosts music and light shows.

  • Elements Club

    A quiet beach club and restaurant at Cala Benirras.

  • Sunset Ashram

    A beach bar and restaurant with good music and magnificent sunsets.

  • Etosoto

    A chique wellbeing retreat, where guests could deal with organic farming, as well as slow-food and yoga workshops.

  • Beso Beach Restaurant

    A beach club chain that has posts at Formentera, Ibiza, Sitges and Tulum.

  • Juan y Andrea

    Once a simple chiringuito (beach bar), this is now one of the island's best eating places. The local prawns are legendary.

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