5 sites you can’t miss in ibiza.
Like many people, you’ve considered ibiza as one fo your summer travel options. Seems to be that you’ve found yourself looking for some places that stand out and help you with that decision, then look no further. Here are the top locations and attractions that ibiza offers you!
Declared a World Heritage Site, Dalt Vila is considered one of the most famous spots for an afternoon out in Ibiza. Known mostly for its cultural background, it is considered one of the older parts of the island where you can enjoy from a shopping trip to having a couple of drinks by the port. Also, one of the most noticeable parts of “Old Ibiza” is the architecture that remains unchanged from those days, a drawbridge that gives you entrance to the tallest point of the town and where you can enjoy one of the must stunning sights in ibiza.
Ibiza counts with one of the cultures most influenced by the hippie ways and most of it remains within these “Hippie markets”spread around the island. The most notable one is the “Las Dalias”. With a wide selection of goods that you wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else, Las Dalias boasts a variety of hand made crafts that range from Aromatic candles to Hand sown dresses. Surely a sight to see, Las Dalias holds one of the biggest trader communities in Ibiza.
Cafe Del Mar
The sunset has been one of Ibiza’s most well known allies, its crystalline waters reflect the sun beautifully and its best enjoyed seaside. Cafe del Mar makes sure you don’t miss one second of it, with a great music selection and an amazing menu, Cafe Del Mar boast one of the most frequented front seats when it comes to the sunset. Not only that but it also has one of the best moods of the city, great music and even better drinks, cafe del mar is perfect for a sundown escape.
Children Of The 80’s
Children of the 80’s is an event held at Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza which hosts a multitude of acts. Based around an 80’s theme, this stage shines like no other with strong visual shows, choreography and amazing activities to interact with the public. The environment is completely different to any other part of the island, like something you’ve never felt before. The real 80´s magic brought back to life for one afternoon.
Named after the salt lakes present in ibiza, the Playa d’en Bossa´s wonder child is Ses Salines. Located in the south of the island and boasting snow-white sands and crystal clear waters, its one of the prime locations for a beach getaway in ibiza. Encased in a forest of pine trees and very few streets, an amazing cozy corner for you to relax and loose yourself in.