Welcome to Ibiza
Ibiza, a name synonymous with raucous nightlife, avant-garde electronic music and endless summer clubbing. The greatest DJs in the world fly to the White Isle as soon as the season starts to host their weekly residencies at the island's superclubs. Places like Pacha, Amnesia, DC10 or Ushuaïa that are true meccas for revellers from all around the globe.
There is also a quiet and relaxed Ibiza. It can be found on its white sandy beaches from where legendary sunsets can be witnessed, as well as its inland villages made up of immaculate whitewashed buildings surrounded by olive and citrus groves. The White Isle's very vivid hippie heritage has undoubtedly contributed to this laidback atmosphere.
Every visitor will find their own Ibiza. Whether you picture yourself dancing in a crowded superclub to the latest house rhythms, on a sunbed in a beach club enjoying a glass of champagne to some lounge music or on a beach watching the sunset to the sound of the drums, while museums, galleries, boutiques and gourmet restaurants will fascinate the culture vultures.
Latest news, reviews & events in Ibiza
Find out all about what is happening in Ibiza and how to make the most of your time here. The latest news, reviews of fun activities, fabulous beaches, current events and the trendiest restaurants, as well as interviews with leading locals, insider's guides and our top choices for things to do, see and experience on the island.
The island hosts all sorts of events, including agricultural fairs in the spring and autumn, live music and clubbing in the summer, religious fiestas and international sporting events. Some of the most popular are the Medieval Festival in May, world-famous DJ residencies from June to September and the Ibiza Trail Marathon in October.
What to see & do in Ibiza
When it comes to things to do in Ibiza, the possibilities are endless. Blessed with mild temperatures and sunshine throughout the year, the island is the ideal base for outdoor pursuits. Hiking, sailing, mountain biking, horse riding, and all the watersports you can imagine are on offer here. More leisurely activities such as sightseeing, shopping, spa visits and guided tours are also available.
With whitewashed churches, remains of ancient settlements, caves, markets through to museums and charming villages, this island has a long list of things to see. Among the White Isle's most famous sights are Dalt Vila, Ibiza Town's historical centre with medieval streets and a Gothic cathedral, Es Vedra, the magical rocky islet just off the island's southwestern coast, and Las Dalias, the legendary hippie market in San Carlos.