The first thing is to understand that your adventure in Ibiza will depend on what kind of tourism you want.
If you step on Ibiza for the first time, you should take a look at these tips for beginners on the island. The first thing is to understand that your adventure in the white island will depend on what kind of tourism want to know. And, although the image projected to the outside is only the nightlife, the truth is that Ibiza hides secrets for everyone: families seeking calm of this land, couples venture into the amazing culture and history Ibiza, intrepid travelers who discover the most unusual corners of the island, young people exploring the wonders of Ibiza night. As mentioned, Ibiza is quite enough. Take note!
CLUBS AND NIGHTLIFE
If you are looking crowd, nightlife, music and DJs, it is clear that you have to come in summer. The hotels begins at the end of March-April and ends in October, with the months of June, July and August the highest intensity. Thus, the openings of the big clubs are usually in late May, while the closings are grouped between late September and mid-October.
There are clubs for all tastes. The stars of the night are huge Ibiza (Pacha, Space, Privilege, Es Paradise, Sankeys, Swag, Eden, Amnesia, Ushuaia, Ibiza Rocks, Heart ...) are scattered Platja d'En Bossa, Sant Antoni and Ibiza and open every night until the wee hours of the morning. I must say that each club has its own parties, led by a different promoter, so that the range of musical styles -house, trap, R & B, underground, electro, EDM, etc is almost infinite.
But the party does not end with the dawn of day. In Ibiza there are many beach clubs where a drink to the beat of the best sounds while contemplating the best sunset of the Mediterranean. Lately, many people who, to warm engines before the evening, enjoy the famous boat parties (party boat), where many young people gather on a catamaran with good music, open bar, lots of food and best environment to enjoy the sunset seen from the sea.
Ibiza is a paradise: white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, rocky cliffs, incredible islets that crowd the horizon, lush forests, fields tinted white in spring. A real delight for the senses of any nature lover. Any time of year is good to enjoy the magical spots of Ibiza, but in summer there is much more influx of tourists, so a visit in spring or winter you give away quietly calm necessary to enjoy this wonderful land.
If you are a lover of natural landscapes, Ibiza will surprise you. The north of the island, Sant Josep and Sant Joan starring municipalities, will delight some of the best scenery you've ever seen, like the Natural Reserve of Es Vedrà, Es Vedranell and the islets of Poniente. You can also get lost in the Natural Park of Ses Salines d'Eivissa and Formentera, a real treat for the senses in which to discover the salt ponds-exploited for thousands of years, or explore the area is Amunts, Ses Feixes or precious Pla de Corona (recommend visiting this place last February when the almond trees blossom and the countryside is tinged white in an amazing print). You can also escape to neighboring Formentera or perform various hiking routes from the White Island.
CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
Ibiza holds a lot of secrets for any culture lover who wants to delve into the traditions of this land. Any time of year is good to better understand the past and present of the Pitiusa Island, but the fact is that during the winter months there is less overcrowding of tourists and is a perfect time to explore the hidden spots without tails. So, if you visit the island from December to March, you have older (and best!) Chance to delve fully into the traditions of this magical island and its people.
There are so many options you will not know where to start. In Dalt Vila you have a beautiful tour around the walled city, since this historic center is now a museum outdoors in which to explore the traces of all civilizations that have passed through Ibiza, from the Phoenicians to the cartaginenes, through Romans and Muslims, until the Catalan conquest in the thirteenth century. Moreover, by leaving the capital you can visit the necropolis of Puig des Molins, used as a cemetery for more than 1,000 years, or the ancient irrigation systems known as 'Portals of Feixa', declared of Cultural Interest by the government of the island . If you're a history buff, no you can not miss a visit to the various feniios settlements on the island, such as Sa Caleta and the Punic-Roman settlement of Ses Païsses in Cala d'Hort.
In the White Island there are genuine oasis of calm as Sant Agusti, Santa Agnes or Es Cubells, beautiful villages that maintain the authenticity of other times with charming white houses, cobbled streets and beautiful Ibizan churches. In these villages is customary days of so-called 'ball pagès', the typical Ibizan dance are held. Their costumes, music, songs and traditions will not leave you indifferent.
The nature and geography of Ibiza and a climate of pleasant temperatures throughout the year are undoubtedly some of the greatest attractions of the island, making it the perfect setting for all kinds of activities and outdoor sports at any time of the year. And the island has specialized in adventure sports and activities in much smoother, allowing more intensely enjoy the scenery of the White Island.
Existing sports and cultural resources offer opportunities as attractive as exploring the seabed with the help of dive centers, knowing their seabeds with Posidonia meadows; explore the natural areas on foot or by bicycle; enjoy organized walks or recommended routes; see the cliffs from the sea aboard a kayak along the coast with unspoiled and varied landscape; participate in events and sporting events mountain bike or discover the most remote and secluded coves hiking.
If you are a sport lover, Ibiza gives you a multitude of unique experiences that practice all kinds of sports while you get into this magical island. All municipalities offer sports activities, but the fact is that in Sant Josep de Sa Talaia find plenty of cycling routes, diving and hiking.
HOW TO GET?
There are many car rental companies in Ibiza. We recommend booking your rental car as long as possible, as this will avoid last minute surprises when you get to the island.
The truth is it can be difficult to find a cab in the Ibizan summer as there simply are not as many as users demand. If you approach any taxi you have more chances to take one, and it is common for various unknown traveling to the same destination (such as discos), share taxi. In this sense, there are taxis coming and going throughout the night from the clubs to anywhere on the island. We leave here phones taxi companies:
Ibiza Airport Taxis 00 34 971 800 080
Taxis Ibiza 00 34 971 398 483
Taxis San Jose 00 34 971 800 080
Taxis Santa Eulalia 00 34 971 333 333
Taxis San Antonio 00 34 971 343 764
If you ojeas the official website of the bus company in Ibiza, http://ibizabus.com/ibiza Find the last minute and all routes they offer. The basic ticket costs about € 2 per person per trip. We have to say that there are no direct buses from San Antonio to Playa d'En Bossa. You'll have to take the number 3 from San Antonio to Ibiza Town. Once in the center of the capital, you will have to take the bus number 14 to reach Playa d'En Bossa.
The Disco Bus works all night traveling a route that goes through all the clubs of the island, 3 € the trip. They are typically crowded, but it is a very economical, practical and safe to reach the various clubs of the island way. You can find information on the following link: http://ibizabus.com/ibiza/discobus/