Whether you’re going to Ibiza for discotecas, sunshine or beaches, here are a few tips to maximize your first-time visit to the island. Visit Old Town No trip to be Ibiza would be complete without experiencing the old-world charm of Dalt Alta, the city’s historic quarter. Perched on a hillside below the Almudena Castle, a visit [...]
Though Ibiza is almost synonymous with beaches and parties, rest assured that there’s a lot more to this Spanish island than just seasonal sun and discotecas. From tourist-filled summers to ghost-town winters, here’s how to make the best of the island from January through December.
As if going to a Mediterranean island weren’t already romantic enough, Ibiza offers plenty of options to take your Balearic trip to the next amorous level. From sunsets to dinners with a view, here are a few ways to make it happen.
While Ibiza may be famous for its parties and beaches, a lot more awaits, especially for outdoor adventure seekers. Whether in the water or on dry land, here are a few ways to break the party-island holiday mold.
Sure, many people go to Ibiza, Spain, for the parties, but some come to see its Old Town. Perched atop the Island’s harbor, it tempts travelers to ditch their nighttime plans and instead spend the day discovering a little bit of history.