Have a Balearic blast when you book flights to Ibiza with Ryanair. Not just a perfect holiday destination for 24 hour party people, Ibiza is a gorgeous little Island with plenty to offer holiday-makers from all walks of life. From the pumping super-clubs of San Antonio to the pine covered hills and glorious beaches around the island, Ibiza has every traveller’s tastes well and truly catered for. Book flights to Ibiza and choose your own ideal Ibizan escape - experience the island the way you want - whether that mean pubs and parties or peace and quiet!
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Ibiza is more than just bars and beach life. Take a day to explore the island by bike or car, stroll among the narrow streets of Dalt Vila and pick up a real bargain at the Hippie market. This is a lovely holiday destination!
Cova de Can Marça

Enjoy the breathtaking views of the sea as you descend into the prehistoric and concealed cave system once used by tobacco and liquor smugglers. Stalagmites and stalactites decorate the cave and at the centre there’s a 9 meter high water cascade. Tours take place every hour from 10.30 until sunset every day all year. The caves are just to the right of the Port de Sant Miquel beach, Sant Miquel.

​Address: Port de Sant Miquel beach, Sant Miquel​Phone: +34 971 334 776​Website: http://www.covadecanmarsa.com
Dalt Vila

The Dalt Vila (old town) walls have been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO and was built in the 16th century as a defence against attackers. The narrow and cobbled streets are well-preserved and magnificent views await on the top of the castle complex as well as by the Santa María Cathedral - the crown of the Dalt Vila. The outstanding gateway Portal de ses Taules can be found in the north wall. It is definitely worth a visit as it is a small town in itself.

​Address: Carrer des Pla de Vila, Eivissa
Es Canar Hippy Market

This enormous market offers a great choice of clothing and jewellery at low prices. If you look closely, you can still spot some of the original hippies who started the market in the 1960's.

​Opening hours: Open every Wednesday 10 am-7 pm from May until OctoberSubway: Bus 13 to Santa Eularia, then change to bus 18 for Es Canar
Exploring the Island

If you feel like exploring the island through the pine-wooded hills to distant and secluded coves, you can rent cars, mopeds and bicycles at reasonable prices almost everywhere on the island.

​More info: Tip: don’t rent them from the hotel as they tend to charge extra.
Formentera Island

This amazing island neighbouring Ibiza, has unspoiled beaches with crystal clear blue water. From the small port of La Savina, there are buses to other parts of the island, or you can hire a car, moped or bicycle from one of the nearby shops. You can grab a map from the port’s tourist office. Sights of interest include a 4 000-year-old Ca Na Costa sepulture - the islands natural beauty, the Es Mirador restaurant and the beaches of Cala Saona, Illettes and Llevant.

​Address: La SavinaSubway: Take the 30 min ferry crossing from the port of Ibiza Town to port La Savina
Museu d'Art Contemporani

International artists connected with Ibiza are in display in this small gallery. The museum organises several exhibitions throughout the year.

​Address: Ronda Narcis Putget, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 302 723
Museo y Necropolis del Puig des Molins

The Museu de Arqueologia is attached to this ancient Carthage burial site thought to contain over 4,000 graves. The archaeological museum gives a good picture of life on Ibiza a couple of thousand years ago.

​Address: Via Romana, 31, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 301 771
Sa Penya

Between the Dalt Vila and the Port of Ibiza lies the area of Sa Penya. A former fisherman's quarter, the small cosy streets now sizzle with life in the summer as the busiest bars, restaurants and shops are here. Don’t miss the nightly club parades when drag queens and musicians hand out fliers for the evening’s parties.

​Address: Sa Penya, Ibiza
Ses Salines

The salt fields have been in use for over 2,000 years and created the ‘white gold’ of Ibiza. It was the island’s main industry until tourism came to Ibiza. As the water evaporates over the hot summer, salt crust is left on the bottom of the lakes making a spectacular sight every night as it glistens when the sun sets. Bring your camera!


Warm, clear waters and lots of coastline with rich marine life makes Ibiza an amazing place for divers and snorkelling. Dive sites include cave diving and ship wreck diving. There are many professional diving schools scattered around on Ibiza’s beaches, but they can be quite pricey though.

Almudaina / Castillo de Eivissa / Ibiza Castle

This fortress used to be a military and administrative headquarter of the Moslem 'Wali'. Ruins from the 12th and 13th centuries have been uncovered here although most buildings are from the 16th century. The Almudaina has been declared a World Heritage site.

​Address: Zona Castillo, Ibiza
Cala d’en Serra

This beach lies in the northern part of the island and is still something of a hidden gem. The bay has clean water and steep cliffs as well as an appealing sandy beach.

​Address: Cala d’en Serra, Ibiza
Estatua del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús

"Estatua del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús" means "the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus" and can be seen on the way from Ibiza to San Antonio. It was created as a monument after the Spanish Civil War.

​Address: Carretera Ibiza, San Antonio, Ibiza
Museu Diocesà

The Diocesan Museum features Ibizan jewellery from the 18th century, sculptures of for example the Rosary Virgin (Verge del Roser) and the retable Las Almas, which is quite spectacular with devil figures and demons.

​Address: Plaça de la Catedral, Ibiza
Ibiza Cathedral

The cathedral is a combination of several different styles and time periods. It has a Gothic bell tower and a baroque interior and fascinating for the history buff. Inside the cathedral lies the Museu Diocesà.

​Address: Cathedral de Santa Maria de Ibiza
Ibiza Horse Valley

Ibiza Horse Valley is a lovely sanctuary for horses that have been treated badly. Not only will you see the horses in the wild, but you can also go for a whole day horseback riding in the forest or swimming with the beautiful creatures.

​Address: Calle de ibiza, Ibiza​Phone: +34 664 613 625​Website: http://www.ibizahorsevalley.com
Iglesia del Puig de Missa

Almost anywhere you go in Ibiza it is beautiful, and Iglesia del Puig de Missa is yet another place that offers you amazing views. On the walk up you will pass by many interesting places, a tip is to go a bit later in the day when it is not too hot.

​Address: Plaza de Lepanto, s/n, Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
LilyPod Yoga & Ayurveda

Despite that Ibiza is known as one of the best party islands in the world, many people visit the island because of the beautiful Yoga retreats. After visiting LilyPod Yoga & Ayurveda it is guaranteed that you will fly home rejuvenated and recharged.

​Address: Can Pou, 10 Sant Joan de labritja, Ibiza
Ibiza Karting San Antonio

Speed, adrenaline and fun for the whole family! You can come here with children from 4 years and up, it is one of the best ways to spend a couple of hours and a nice break from the beach. Who is the daredevil in your group?

​Address: Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 34 38 05​Website: http://www.ibizakarting.com
Port de Sant Miquel

This lovely town, Port de Sant Miquel, is situated on the northern part of the island. It is a beautiful little gem that makes for a perfect visit over the day with nice restaurants, clean beach and a tasty ice-cream parlour.

​Address: Port de Sant Miquel, Ibiza
Ibiza’s culture and history is reflected in the islands culinary heritage. The cuisine is strongly influenced by different Mediterranean cultures and in particular by the cuisine of Catalonia. Fresh fish and seafood dominate the island’s culinary culture of course. However, as a big tourist destination, Ibiza’s restaurants cater for all kinds of gastronomic desires.
Can Bigotis

This is a secluded restaurant near the Cala Mastella beach. The owner goes fishing in the morning and serves his catch as “Arroz Marineras” in the afternoon and evening. To make a reservation - which is a must - you have to go in in person a few days before as the restaurant doesn’t have a phone. It is said that even the Spanish king was refused because he didn’t have a reservation.

​Address: Cala Mastella, Sant Carles, IbizaSubway: Bus 13 to Santa Eularia, then change to bus 16 for Cala Llenya
El Chiringuito Beach House

El Chiringuito Beach House has the best location at the glamorous Es Cavallet beach. The aim is to create simple and honest food using local produce when possible.

​Address: Playa Es Cavallet, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 5355​Website: http://www.elchiringuitoibiza.com
Dos Lunas

This is a favourite among royalty and celebrities and the food is absolutely delicious! Advance booking is highly recommended.

​Address: Carretera Eivissa-Sant Antoni 5, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 198 102​Website: http://www.lasdoslunas.com​More info: On the road to Sant Rafeal from Ibiza Town
La Brasa

The choice stands between different lovely seafood dishes, which can be enjoyed in beautiful surroundings and great atmosphere. - "Mediterranean and traditional cuisine with a touch of avant-garde"

​Address: Carrer de Pere Sala 3, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 301 202​Website: http://www.labrasaibiza.com
La Oliva

Provençal food meets Mediterranean cooking in this charming and popular restaurant. Booking is advisable in high season.

​Address: Carrer de la Santa Creu 2-4-6, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 305 752​Website: http://www.laolivaibiza.com
EL Zaguan

Tapas! Perfect when you’re on the go or if you would like to sit for hours and try the whole menu. Whatever you choose to order you will not be disappointed.

​Address: Av de Bartolomé Rosselló 15, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 192 882​Website: http://www.elzaguan.es
La Fontana

Two things are characteristic for La Fontana, the first thing is the genuine, swift and friendly service they provide. The second part is the delicious food.

​Address: Juan Tur 13, Santa Eulalia del Rio, Ibiza​Phone: +34 66 2480 484
Sa Carboneria

Sa Carboneria is an authentic Spanish restaurant tucked away in Santa Eulalia del Rio. The patio is magical, with tables underneath lush bougainvilleas.

​Address: Isidor Macabich 3, Santa Eulalia del Río, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 339 282​Website: http://www.sacarboneria.com
The Gallery Restaurant

This restaurant has an extensive menu which can come in handy if you're tired of paella and tapas. Sundays are particularly popular because of their amazing Sunday roast.

​Address: Calle San Vicente 47, Santa Eulalia del Rio, Ibiza​Phone: +34 66 0662 220​Opening hours: Closed on Mondays

S'Ametller offers something as rare as a fine-dining experience for a reasonable price. Not only is the food excellent, but there is also a wine list and knowledge to match in the best way possible.

​Address: Calle de Pedro Francés 12, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 17 80​Website: http://www.restaurantsametller.com​Opening hours: Monday to Saturday
Bar Doña Ana

Bar Doña Ana is an international bar that best can be described as a café by day and bar by night. You can come here for an English breakfast or a tasty lunch - hot or cold. You can also choose if you wish to be seated at the sun terrace or inside with air-condition.

​Address: Puerto Deportivo de Santa Eulalia, Ibiza​Website: http://www.bardonaanaibiza.com​Opening hours: Open during the summer season - May till October, seven days a week
Mar a Vila

Mar a Vila is quite famous for outstanding tapas, which are mouth-wateringly good. It is a great place for lunch, with a charming décor and friendly service.

​Address: Avinguda Ignasi Wallis 16, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 47 78
Pizzeria Osteria Es Figueral

This restaurant lies on the bottom floor of a bed & breakfast, the atmosphere is old-style osteria with homey checkered tablecloths and candles on every table. The ingredients used for the meals are imported from Italy and carefully chosen to maximize your Italian experience. Sundays there is live piano-jazz.

​Address: Calle del Figueral 6, San Carlos de Peralta, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 33 59 50​Website: http://www.pensionesfigueral.com
Restaurante Nanking Ibiza

Chinese food is the speciality here at Nanking, Cantonese to be specific. It is very popular among the locals and has been nominated the best Chinese restaurant in Ibiza several times by various food guides.

​Address: Carrer Mar 8, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 19 09 51​Website: http://www.nankingibiza.com
Restaurante Plaza del Sol

Restaurante Plaza del Sol provides an amazingly romantic setting with beautiful views over the harbour from the large terrace. If you plan a day in Dalt Vila, this is a great place to start your day with a peaceful breakfast. At night the menu holds classical Mediterranean cuisine.

​Address: Plaza del Sol 7, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 07 73​Website: http://www.plazadelsolibiza.com​Opening hours: April till October
Here at Ibiza you can find many cool, funky cafés to chill out and relax at. Choose from great coffee, a cocktail for lunch or delicious pastries.
Café Sidney

This is the place for a relaxing Sunday brunch where you will see and be seen. Located in Marina Botafoch, Café Sidney offers scenic views of the old town across the harbour.

​Address: Marina Botafoch 316, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 192 243

Kumharas is a funky hip chillout bar on the west side of Ibiza with a great location for watching the sunset. The music vibe goes to goa, house, rave and hip hop. Events and entertainment such as juggling, acrobatics and fire twirling are not unusual. There is also a small hippy market close by.

​Address: Calle Lugo 2, Cala de Bou, San José, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 80 57 40​Website: http://www.kumharas.org​Opening hours: Open everyday. 12 pm - 4 am
Croissant-Show Ibiza a la Venta

If you want to eat a perfectly made croissant and enjoy a show, then this is the place to go to. When it is high season, this place has 3,500 customers per day and is open 22 hours a day. So come and choose among several of great pastries.

​Address: Plaça de la Constituciò 2, Ibiza​Phone: +34 673 021 993​Website: http://www.croissant-show-ibiza.com​More info: By the entrance to Dalt Vila
Raco Verd

This is a lovely little sanctuary in Ibiza. Come here to enjoy freshly squeezed juice under beautiful olive trees for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also play live music in the garden.

​Address: Plaza de la Iglesia, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza​Phone: +34 97 180 0267​Website: http://www.racoverdibiza.es
Café del Mar

Sunset and chillout music, two of the first things that comes to mind when you think about Ibiza, these two elements have been perfected at Café del Mar. Take a seat in one of the comfortable couches, order a refreshing drink and enjoy the show. Why not order a whole jug of Sangría?

​Address: Carre Lepant 4, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 34 25 16​Website: http://www.cafedelmarmusic.com
The bars on Ibiza are at least as famous as its clubs as they set the scene and the mood for the nightlife to come. Drinks are a little cheaper here than in the clubs and many bars have free entry. There are club ticket deals and sometimes promotional offers on free chupitos (shots). People and DJ's come to Ibiza from all over the world to party the whole night long, and, whoa, are they good at it! It is the most experimenting, beautiful and massive clubbing experience in the world. Season runs from June throughout September. Entrance fees are between €20-60.
Bora Bora Ibiza

Bora Bora Ibiza lies right on the beach and has free entry. You can either soak up the groovy vibes from a comfortable sunbed, or mingle with other party people on the terrace.

​Address: Carretera Platja d'en Bossa, Sant Jordi de Ses Salines, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 30 61 62​Website: http://www.boraboraibiza.net
Café Mambo

Known as the pre-club place, Mambo serves delicious cocktails with fresh ingredients in an amazing setting. You just cannot go wrong here.

​Address: Carrer de Vara del Rei 38, 07820, Sant Antoni de Portmany​Phone: +34 971 34 66 38​Website: http://www.cafemamboibiza.com
Sa Trinxa

This club/bar is known to house the best DJ's in the world and the bar is located on the beautiful Salines beach. - "A place where good music, healthy food and beauty come together to present you with one of the best Mediterranean beaches."

​Address: Calle Playa Salinas, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza​Phone: +34 637 826 183​Website: http://www.satrinxa.com

Amnesia is a favourite, especially the closing parties in September are popular and it’s not uncommon that Amnesia parties last until late afternoon the next day.

​Address: Calle Sant Antoni, Sant Rafael, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 198 041​Website: http://www.amnesia-ibiza.comSubway: The Discobus
Es Paradis

This club is always packed and not without reason - Es Paradis is beautiful and offers a variety of weekly programs. The ‘Fiestas del Aqua’ is a big hit!

​Address: Calle Salvador Espriu, Sant Antoni, Ibiza​Phone: +34 608 36 41 23​Website: http://www.esparadis.com​Opening hours: Opens in May

Space is also open when everybody else is shut. Especially the opening parties are popular. Nicely situated on Bossa beach, this club is highly recommended.

​Address: Platja d’en Bossa, Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 396 793​Website: http://www.space-ibiza.es
Café del Mar

Café del Mar is the most famous of them all. Sitting by the shores of the bay, admiring the stunning sunset while listening to the authentic music of Café del Mar, is a quintessential experience when visiting Ibiza.

​Address: Carrer del General Balanzat 38, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 30 19 59​Website: http://www.cafedelmarmusic.com

Eden lies firmly up there on the list of top clubs in Ibiza. Dress to impress. Two floors, 13 bars and a chillout room provides more than enough space to move around, mingle and dance the night away.

​Address: Calle Salvador Espriu, San Antonio, Ibiza​Website: http://www.edenibiza.com​Opening hours: Opens in June

Pacha’s decor, small rooms and snug corners gives the club an intimate and cosy atmosphere. Pacha has been around since 1973 which makes it the oldest nightclub on the island, and has along the way hosted star DJ's like David Guetta and Erick Morillo.

​Address: Avenida 8 de Agosto, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 54 77​Website: http://www.pacha.com

Privilege is the world’s biggest club – so big it even has a separate DJ for the toilets! Decor is very cool. Buy the ticket beforehand in order to avoid the queue at the door.

​Address: Urbanización San Rafael, San Rafael, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 198 160​Website: http://www.privilegeibiza.comSubway: The Discobus
Ibiza Boat Party

At Ibiza Boat Party you can charter your own boat, go on day excursions or go clubbing on the boat. The staff is fun and friendly and the music is a great mix of the latest from the charts and old school.

​Address: Paseo Sant Antoni, Calle Del Mar 9b, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 346 047​Website: http://www.ibizaboatparty.com

Ushuaia opened in 2011 and immediately become a force to be reckoned with. It is one of the most famous venues in Ibiza with well-known DJ´s, dancers and an amazing VIP section.

​Address: Platja d'en Bossa, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 67 10​Website: http://www.ushuaiabeachhotel.com

The world-famous Sankeys has its home in Manchester, but in 2011 it opened its doors on Ibiza. On the island it is most famous for its underground dance music, 3 dance floors and an amazing roof terrace.

​Address: Calle Les Alzines 5, Ibiza​Website: http://www.sankeysibiza.info

Formerly known as 'Eden', Gatecrasher went through a complete transformation in 2013 into a stylish and chic nightclub in San Antonio. Visit their website to see the line-up for the time you are there. This amazing club will not let you down.

​Address: Carrer Salvador Espriu, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 80 54 39​Website: http://www.gatecrasher.com
Ibiza Rocks Hotel

Ibiza Rocks Hotel invites you to a night of Indie Rock´n´Roll. Don´t get surprised if the band or DJ playing takes a sudden cooling dip in the pool along with all the party people.

​Address: Carrer Cervantes, 27, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 34 77 74
Ocean Beach Ibiza

Ocean Beach Ibiza is an amazing beach club in San Antonio. Start the pre-party here during the day with cooling drinks, a massage, club music and a VIP beach bed.

​Address: Carrer des Molí, 12-14, San Antonio, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 80 32 60​Website: http://www.oceanbeachibiza.com
Booom! Ibiza

Booom! opened 2013 in the beautiful Ibiza marina. Run by the former manager of Pacha, BOOM! has ever component needed to become one of the most popular venues on the island, don´t you think?

​Address: Passeig Joan Carles I 9, Ibiza​Phone: +34 682 100 400​Website: http://www.booomibiza.com

DC10 takes you to a whole new level when it comes to clubbing. The crowd that go here, go here for one reason only, and that is the music. Get the ultimate Ibiza clubbing at DC10.

​Address: Ctra Salinas KM 1, Ses Salinas, Ibiza​Website: http://dc10-ibiza.ibiza-clubs.net

Underground has a beautiful location, but is not always so easy to find as it lies between Amnesia and Privilege. Known as simply 'U', this is a popular club among visitors and locals and is not as expensive as other bigger clubs.

​Address: km 7 on the Ibiza to San Antonio road, San Rafel, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 198 015​Website: http://www.ibizaunderground.com
Ibiza brags of having the largest numbers of stores on the smallest area in the world and it really looks the part. On Ibiza, you can find a selection of the latest and craziest in fashion for your night out - or cool accessories for your day at the beach. Just south of Ibiza Town is the resort Figueretas. You will find plenty of shops selling the usual brands, sportswear, souvenirs and handicrafts from Ibiza. Here is also the big market Malacoste. In Sant Antoni and Sant Antoni Bay you can shop at large department stores and shops along the coast. You’ll find everything from fashion and beach wear to music and souvenirs.
Ibiza port

In Ibiza’s port is also great shopping in trendy boutiques. At night, the streets turn into a market with street vendors and stalls where you can buy clothes, jewellery, music and more. The shops in the harbour are open late during the summer months and if you walk around Ibiza town you will also find many shops. In particular, along Passeig Rey and Avgda d’Isidor Macabich which also has a small bazaar.

​Address: Ibiza port

At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to the fabulous cocktail dress to reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here.

​Address: Carrer de la Creu, 26, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 59 40​Website: http://www.mango.com
Adolfo Domínguez

The history of this Spanish brand has its roots way back to the 1950's. Today there are shops all over Spain and also worldwide. The clothes, bags and shoes designed by Adolfo Domínguez are stylish and elegant and there are collections for both men and women and kids.

​Address: Bartolomé Vicente Ramón, 3, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 57 39​Website: http://www.adolfodominguez.com

In the same genre as Mango and Zara you find Stradivarius. Racks with the latest fashion wear, together with high heels, ballerinas, scarves and accessories fill the shop.

​Address: Avinguda de Bartomeu de Rosselló 18, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 41 40​Website: http://www.stradivarius.com
Bershka Bsr España S.A.

This chain, together with Zara and Mango, is one of Spain's most popular shops for young women. Here you can find basics mixed with some of the latest fashion to rock-bottom prices.

​Address: Avinguda de Bartomeu de Roselló 28, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 19 24 90​Website: http://www.bershka.com
Women'S Secret

As the name reveals, this boutique sells women's underwear, lingerie, swimwear and cosy homewear. This Spanish chain offers everything from comfy pyjamas to sleek, sexy bras and panties.

​Address: C/ Ignacio Wallis, 21, San Vicente, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 46 95​Website: http://www.womensecret.com
Pull Bear

Pull & Bear is part of the same group as Zara and Stradivarius. If you are young, urban and engaged with the environment this shop will fit you like a hand in a glove. Here you can buy the latest trends and pick a cool casual look, but still be environmentally friendly.

​Address: Carrer de Pere Francès 3, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 33 79​Website: http://www.pullandbear.com

Pimkie is a women's clothes chain that can be found in various locations throughout Europe. Here you can buy personalized and young fashion for women - everything from pants and accessories to skirts and dresses.

​Address: Calle bartolome rosello 22, Ibiza​Phone: +34 968 22 04 40​Website: http://www.pimkie.es
Cala Llenya

Before heading out to party some more, you should visit this flea market that is open on Sundays. Here you can buy really tasty paella while listening to live music, making it a lovely afternoon.

​Address: Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
The Gorila Hippy Market

The Gorila Hippy Market is a fun street market where you can find all kind of items, from natural products to books, accessories, massages, food and much more. It is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

​Address: Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 89 20
Las Dalias

Las Dalias is one of those cool markets which you just cannot miss. Here you will find Adlib clothing, costume jewellery, sandalwood, food, Arab cakes, music and so much more. It just has to be experienced.

​Address: Carretera de Ibiza-San Carlos Km 12, Sant Carles, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 32 68 25​Website: http://www.lasdalias.es
Hippy Chick

The fashion style at this lovely boutique is just what it sounds like, Hippy. They have beautiful chic, typical Ibiza wear, cool clothing, and often you will walk out of here with more than you planned.

​Address: Calle de Ses Figueres 13, Talamanca, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 199 951​Website: http://www.hippychickibiza.com

Ibimoda is a handmade clothing company that is driven by two sisters, where the clothes are truly inspired by Adlib fashion. They design for women, children and brides to be.

​Address: Carrer Vicent Serra i Orvay 19, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 13 82​Website: http://www.ibimoda.com

Holala! has a passion for vintage clothing and recycled furnishing. They visit flea markets around the world and bring back the best and most unique items to their stores.

​Address: Plaza del Mercado Viejo 12, Ibiza​Phone: +34 97 131 65 37​Website: http://www.holala-ibiza.com
Kurru Kurru

Kurru Kurru designs beautiful clothing for strong, sexy women. They do everything between haute couture dresses to ready-to-wear pieces. The name Kurru Kurru comes from the designer’s unique way to express her feelings about the ones she cares about.

​Address: Passeig Joan Carles I, Ibiza​Phone: +34 648 652 991​Website: http://www.kurrukurru.com
reVOLVER Ibiza

If you miss to visit reVOLVER Ibiza you have missed a store with cult status. They have fashion for the individual with a lot of personality. The clothes are cool, edgy, and most likely you will not find anything like this anywhere else.

​Address: Carrer Bisbe Azara 1, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 31 89 39​Website: http://www.revolveribiza.com

This world famous brand soon has finally arrived in Ibiza. Here you find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.

​Address: Avenida Bartomeu de Rossello, 12-16 - Ibiza​Website: http://www.zara.com

Hector is from Argentina and the designer to these beautiful, exclusive leather shoes and boots. These are the perfect Ibiza clubbing shoes that you should buy on your first day here.

​Address: Calle de la Virgen 19, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 194 276​Website: http://www.hector-riccione.com
San Jordi Flea Market

San Jordi Flea Market is open every Saturday and draws, probably, the most diverse crowd you have ever seen. This is one of the best flea markets in town and where you will find everything from lingerie, jewellery, clothes to books, wine, food and plants.

DC 10

At DC 10 you can find t-shirts for men and women, key rings, towels, and other fun items. Just stop by for a quick look.

​Address: Paseo de Vara de Rey 9, Ibiza​Phone: +34 971 39 34 95​Website: http://www.tiendadc10ibiza.es
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Ibiza Airport

Ibiza Airport lies 7,5 km from Ibiza Town. Bus: Line 10 takes passengers to and from Ibiza Town in 30 minutes. It leaves every hour from 7 am to 11.20 pm. Taxi: Takes around 20 minutes to the centre of Ibiza Town. Taxis for persons with special needs are also available either at the taxi stop or by calling +34 971 800 080. Car hire: Avis, Betacar Ibiza, Centauro, Hertz and Tui cars all have offices at the airport located on the arrivals level. On the arrivals level, you can also find an airport information desk, a tourist- and a post office.

​Website: http://www.aena.es/ibiza

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