Do you want to bath in the sun ? Ibiza is a fabulous destination to relax. What can you do in Ibiza? On Ibiza the sea is your playground. All of the main resort beaches have a watersports centre for jet-skis, parasailing and water-skiing and other motorised fun. Stand-up paddling and kayaking are also on the menu here. At the port in Ibiza Town you could also charter a yacht: You can sail alone if you’ve got the experience or hire a boat with its own captain to take you anywhere you want to go around Ibiza’s craggy coast. You could also take your adventure beneath the waves. There are 17 diving schools on the island, and it’s a wonderful activity here as the water clarity is so high and there are all kinds of caves and underwater drop-offs to see.
Sant Antoni de Portmany, also known as just San Antonio, is the second largest destination on Ibiza. It is recognized far and wide as one of the top nightlife destinations in Ibiza, and there is no shortage of places to dance and drink until the early hours of the morning. Start the night out on Sunset Strip, where several cafes and bars allow for spectacular views of the sunset. Then, make your way to the West End, where the majority of the nightlife spots are concentrated. If you’re not out too late in the night, you can enjoy days at the beach or strolling along the scenic promenade called the Passeig de ses Fonts.
Fronted by enormous sculptures of robots, silver skulls and pink elephants, it’s hard to miss this interior design concept store on the road to Sant Josep. InsideLa Maison de l’Elephant, there are five floors dedicated entirely to interiors with some outrageously quirky and avant garde contemporary designs. Among the art, there are home-wares, antiques, unique furniture, and even fashion, ranging from the humbly affordable to eye-wateringly expensive. The founder, Bruno Reymond, has styled the interiors of many a famous building on the island, including the extravagant Ushuaia super club and the Pacha Hotel.
There’re a few spots to cliff jump in Ibiza because of the rugged cliffs that make up the coastline, but the best spot (if you’re looking for a lower jump that still gives you an adrenaline rush) is at Cala Tarida. The white sand beach is located 20 minutes (by car) from San Antonio. Look for the rock formations at either end of the beach and don’t be shy about climbing them. The rocks aren’t too high, so it’s a fun jump into the cool, Mediterranean water. Don’t forget to pack the GoPro! See more details at https://discoveribiza.com/.