Located above Sol Den Serra beach in Santa Eulalia, with spectacular views, is the Amante Beach Club. The light and airy decor of the restaurant goes perfectly with the menu of modern Mediterranean food, with Spanish and Italian influences. The menu has such offerings as Spanish rice with lobster, gazpacho, monkfish in marinara sauce, and they even have a children's menu with items like mini hamburgers. Amante also serves up delicious specialty cocktails, making it a perfect place for a leisurely afternoon.
The ancient 'Upper Town' of Ibiza, lovingly known as Dalt Vila, ambles up the slopes of the Puig de Vila, meandering through a jumble of whitewashed houses, sunlit courtyards, cobbled alleyways and streets, and above all, a rich maze of culture and history. The robustly built ramparts of this bygone Old Town offer spectacular views of the resplendent harbor from stone-hewn nooks and crannies that lay atop Dalt Vila's elevated perch, even as a sea of monuments and landmarks encircle the area. From amid the arsenal of buildings, the Cathedral of Ibiza dominates this historic Old Town, and the Town Hall, the Museu Puget, and the Plaza de Espana lie surrounding it. The seafront citadel, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the built at the behest of Philip II in the 16th Century, as its privileged position on the Mediterranean put at risk of invasion from Ottomans and pirates.
Ibiza's salt flats are among the most beautiful areas on the island. Located between San Jorge and the Ses Salines beach, they are part of a nature reserve where several species of animals live. One of the ends of the salt flats is topped off with a huge mountain of salt sporting color stands against the green of the pine trees that surround it. The salt flats were used as far back as the Punic era, and for many years were an important source of income for the island. This walking tour is an enjoyable day trip.
Playa d'en Bossa, located in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, is one of Ibiza's most famous and popular beaches. The beach is almost three kilometers (two miles) long, and is covered with restaurants, bars, hotels, resorts, and of course people. Playa d'en Bossa is also home to one of Ibiza's most iconic clubs, Space, and Bora Bora, one of Ibiza's most popular beach clubs, making the place highly desirable by the younger crowd. Spending a day at this spectacular beach shall not only be a treat to the eyes but also a day full of fun and excitement.
Casa Broner is a historic home which was built, as the name implies, by the famous painter and architect Edward Broner in 1960. The house has been declared a monument of cultural interest on the island of Ibiza. People visit this home for its architectural excellence and interior decor. The house is a jewel in the cultural crown of city, making it a highly appreciated venue. The house is only open during high season, so do keep a lookout for any important information on opening hours and events.
Beyond a sentinel of craggy sand dunes and ocher sea cliffs, a deeply gorgeous expanse of turquoise, crystal-clear beach lays hidden in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Gentle waves lap the gilded shores of the Cala Comte beach, even as tiny inlets interrupt its azure sheen. This stunning Blue Flag beach is quite a draw for several tourists who flock to its sandy shores during peak season, though it does see a few relaxed moments when the summering crowds retreat home at the end of the season. While the western end of the beach is thick with family crowds, the slightly clandestine eastern stretch of the beach is a paradise for naturalists, unofficial as it may be. On a cliff overlooking the beach, the ever-popular Sunset Ashram is a definitive retreat for beachside relaxation at Cala Comte, offering everything from shopping options and delectable eats, to soothing views of the cerulean bay.
Moulvi Idris Mosque is the city's solution to all those who are religious. The mosque provides facilities to Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the beliefs and customs of the Islamic way of living. The convenient location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment
Can Ventosa is the center of the cultural activity in Ibiza city. It is located in the city center and it is run by the local council. It not only regularly puts on plays, concerts, monologues, conferences, etc., but it is also a forum for debate, study and discussion of any topic. It has fully-equipped offices. The hall seats 400 people. Performances usually begin from Monday to Saturday at 9.30pm and on Sundays at 7:30p. On Saturdays and Sundays they have sessions for children from 9am to 1.30pm.
A fun way to spend a day out, Escape Rooms Ibiza offers a thrilling and mysterious treasure hunt of sorts. It incorporates having a group of two to six players locked inside a room with clues in order to reach the door. a favorite of patrons who love to add a dash of mystery in their lives, the venue attracts a large crowd. it operates on Mondays and Tuesdays by appointment only. The game is quirky and fun, and players are monitored closely through security cameras for added safety.
The Paseo Vara de Rey is perfect if you want to make a sociological study of this Island's traveling and permanent population. At any time of the day you will find here lots of people just passing through, going shopping or having something to drink. Don't get surprised if you ask how to reach any place of Ibiza city and they answer taking Vara de Rey as your point of reference. At the end of this avenue there is another emblematic and historical point of the city: the Hotel Montesol. Many of the most famous shops are located here: the bookshop Librería Vara De Rey -absolutely supplied-, Buffalo -the most outrageous shoe shop-, Graffiti, clothes and accessories for the beach, Atelier, designer clothes and innumerable cafés and ice-cream parlors where everyone who wants to begin the day sunbathing comes to have breakfast.