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    The other side of Ibiza

    Although many have the misconception that Ibiza is just a party Island, it's a whole lot more than that. If you steer clear of the party towns like San Antonio, you will discover a beautiful peaceful island with a plethora of fantastic beaches, excellent also for holidays with kids. The island is a laid-back place, embraced by hippies of all ages, from six months to 80-plus. Ibiza has a unique energy, an unspoken spirituality that's a hangover from the bohemian set that arrived in the 1960s and never left.

    Get away from the party crowds

    The North East side of Ibiza is known for its bohemian lifestyle and gorgeous scenery. Take your pick from the many yoga and wellness retreats, or for retail therapy, head to the famous Las Dalias hippy market for clothes and goodies. Tip: catch a sunset at Benirras, when hippies come down from the hills to play bongo on the beach.

    The South West corner of the island is particularly dramatic - steep, wooded hills, terrifying cliff roads, white beaches with turquoise sea. Head south to Cala Tarida. This popular beach is ideal for sun bathing - fine white sand, warm shallows.

    The island's North West is the home of Ibiza's vineyards. The crystal clear and calm water, the light, the sunsets,... once you set your eyes on this part of Ibiza, you'll feel as though you've fallen into a postcard. Head over to Punta Galera, an amazing bay surrounded by flat stone formations and one of the most breathtaking sights of the entire island.

    Last but not least you can also find a hidden gem in Ibiza town: Dalt Vila, the old town of Ibiza. Step back into the Renaissance through 5 entrance gates and enjoy beautiful views over the island.


    Ibiza beaches

    FACT: Ibiza is only 41km long and 14km wide; if you want to chase a sunset from the east coast to the west, you can do it in 20 minutes. And there are many restaurants that offer stunning sunset views from their terraza.


    Best places to eat on the beach

    El Chiringuito

    1. El Chiringuito de Es Cavallet

    Set amongst Es Cavallet's striking salt plains, sand dunes and crystalline waters, with uninterrupted views to Formentera and Dalt Vila, this beach restaurant is in total harmony with its natural surroundings. Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast (think blueberry pancakes, homemade granola, freshly baked pastries) or go there for a Mediterranean lunch with French and Ibicenco touches by chef Jerome Palayer.

    Amante

    2. Amante

    The perfect place for a lunch or dinner with stunning panoramic views over the Medditterranean at the Sol D'en Serra Bay. You'll have the feeling you've just discovered a completely private beach! Amante is built against a cliff and consists of a restaurant on the ground level and a bar and sundeck one floor down. Sit back and relax in one of the bean bags and enjoy a sunny cocktail.

    Lips Reartes Ibiza

    3. Lips Reartes Ibiza

    High quality cuisine at an affordable price in a beautiful setting. That is the concept of Lips Reartes. Situated in the middle of the famous Playa d'en Bossa beach, it is the latest addition to the string of world class venues this beach boasts. Relax in the shade of the stylish interior, sit on the beautiful terrace or unwind in a comfortable lounger and enjoy the Ibiza sunshine.


    Formentera

    Unrightfully, Formentera is referred to as the little sister of Ibiza, but she is all grown up now: Some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, softer, whiter sand, bluer waters, quieter corners, lovelier houses and more delicious food is what awaits you. Take a day trip to this truly amazing island where you'll discover one amazing view after the other. With only 20 kilometers from one end of the island to the other, the island is best discovered on a bicycle. You can rent one immediately when you get off the ferry and follow one of the 19 bike trails to discover the picturesque and unspoiled countryside and beaches. We promise you will not be disappointed.


    Formentera

    Restaurant tips in Formentera

    Can Carlos, San Francesc: book ahead here, it's one of the island's most charming dinner spot.

    Es Molí de Sal: the finest seafood of Formentera, a lovely terrace and magnificent views.

    Juán y Andrea: great seafood and an idyllic setting on the beach. Need we say more?


    Practical info for your trip to Formentera

    There are ferries available to go to Formentera all day, both at the harbour in Ibiza town and in Playa d'en Bossa. The rates can vary a lot, depending on the company you choose:

    • Trasmapi: this is your fastest option, but also the most expensive one. Trasmapi takes you from Ibiza Town to Formentera in just 30 minutes, for €39,36 per person. Their ferries run all day from 07h30 till 22h00.
    • Ulises Cat: they are way cheaper then Trasmapi, €22 per person, but the service is limited. The trip with them will take you about 35 minutes.
    • Aqua Bus: the cheapest option available. You only pay €19 per person, but the comfort on board is low in these smaller boats and the ride takes 45-60 minutes.



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