27 Sep

Carolina’s tour guide: 40 times what to do when on Ibiza

Whether you’ve already been to Ibiza, or if you have only just heard the stories: you and I know Ibiza is hot! I’m an extreme Ibiza lover and that’s not just because it’s a notorious Spanish party island. “But, then what is it?” After spending more than 10 holidays on Ibiza, I thought I’d write a blog post on what Ibiza has to offer during Spring and Summer season when you’re interested in the non-party side too 😉

Many people have asked me why I’m always returning to Ibiza and if I don’t want to see other places in this world? And the truth is: I believe you don’t often find the mix of all that Ibiza has to offer in once place. Ibiza has it all! I’ve been to Ibiza on and off-season, with different company (my parents, my friends, my love, with couples and even by myself!) and with different budgets, and Ibiza always provides so many opportunities.

Ibiza has it’s own airport and there are many low-cost flights to catch every day. Pppssst.. secret tip from Carolina: today, easyJet will upload their new SS’18 flight schedule with a wide offer of the lowest flight prices and wide range of flight times. So if you want to visit Ibiza during Spring or Summer, make sure to hit the easyJet site today. I will be doing this too :-p

Carolina’s Tour guide: my 40 favorite Ibiza tips!

Famous beaches:
– Las Salinas:
– Cala Bassa
– Cala Conta
– Cala d’Hort
– Formentera

Hidden beaches:
– Cala Tarida
– Cala Saldeta
– Es Portitxol
– Cala Llentrisca
– Cala Xarraca
– Aguas Blancas

Popular beachclubs:
– Nikki Beach
– Nassau
– Blue Marlin
– Jockey Club
– Tropicana
– Amante Beach Club
– Cotton Beach Club

Delish restaurants:
– Bambuddha
– La Bodega
– Paloma
– Es Torrent
– La Olivia
– B.for
– La Brasa
– Lio
– Passion (healthy ;-))

Hippy market:
– Las Dalias (open every Saturday)
– Es Canar (only in April and June on Wednesday)

Movie under the stars: Amante Beach Club

Sunset view:
– Cala d’Hort
– Benirras

Sporty activities:
– Aiyanna Beach Yoga (and breakfast!)
– Hike to Cova d’es Cuieram
– Dive, surf and snorkel
– Go paddle boarding
– Horseback riding at Ibiza Horse Valley

Sleepy time:
I’ve tried different type of accomodations (hotel, appartment, AirBNB and villa) and my current favorite spot is Ibiza Sun Apartments. However, I would advice you to search for something that meets your wishes, company, budget and availability best 🙂

Oh and P.S. if you want to see more from my Ibiza experiences? Last year Summer I made a vlog and you can watch it here. And if you’re getting into the vlog-vacay mood, you can watch my Mallorca vlog too – easyJet takes you there as well hihi

With love,
Carolina.

*This blog post was made in collaboration with easyJet, but has had no effect on my opinion.


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