Travel Guide: Ibiza, Spain (What To Do, Where To Eat, & Where To Go)
Travel Guide: Ibiza, Spain (What To Do, Where To Eat, & Where To Go). This summer I went to Ibiza, which is an island off of the coast of Spain. Known as the #1 party city in the world, I have to say that it does not disappoint. If you want to beach, sleep, rave and repeat, this is the place for you.
It is one of the biggest party city’s in the world and you are guaranteed a good time. When I got there, I rented a villa right on the beach, which I highly recommend because it is very private and not as loud. I recommend setting a side a decent amount of money for Ibiza, because the average amount to get into a club is $60.
Although, if you are looking to party every night I would stay at the famous Ushuaïa, which features free concerts for their guests every night and a great beach party during the day. If there is one thing I can tell you about Ibiza is that if you are going there straight from Miami, you will not be jet lagged. Everything in Ibiza starts at 3 am or 4 am in the morning, people usually eat dinner at 12 am, and wake up at 3 pm. The best times to go to Ibiza is in the beginning of summer or the end, as well as any big holiday. During those times is when they have the best DJ’s. The opening and closing parties never disappoint.
The club scene in Ibiza is one of the main reasons people come here. Every famous DJ you could think of is in Ibiza during the summer. The hardest decision you will have to make in this carefree town is whether you want to see Hardwell or David Guetta perform because they are at different clubs. If I were to rate the clubs I’d have to say that Pacha & Ushuaïa were my favorite, although Ushuaïa isn’t really a club. Another one of my favorites is Lio, which is a famous place where you can have dinner & see a burlesque show, then after it turns into a club.
This photo was taken at Amnesia, another club in Ibiza
This was in Lio; the restaurant, club, & cabaret.
This was at Space, Ibiza.
Ibiza doesn’t only have amazing clubs, but also beautiful beaches. Here are some of my favorites: S’Ilot Des Rencli, Cala Xarraca, Portinatx, Pou Des Lleo, Cala Saladeta, Cala Llenya, Cala Gracioneta & Cala Salada. These are only a few of the many beaches in Ibiza. There is also an island near Ibiza that is called Formentera that has beautiful white beaches as well.
Formentera, Ibiza (island)
If there’s one thing you will have in Ibiza it’s salty hair and a good time.