5 top attractions in Ibiza

Do you need to bath in the sun ? Ibiza is a perfect place to relax. What can you see in Ibiza? Cala Comte: People in the know rate this beach on the west coast of Ibiza as the best on the island. It’s not too far from San Antonio, and in the summer you’ll be able to catch a bus or ferry to get here. What you’ll see when you arrive will blow you away. It’s an 800-metre strip of sand that hugs the twisting contours of the rocky coast. Offshore is a small wedge-like island and this helps to create large, lagoon-like pools of shimmering turquoise water. The bars on the rocks behind will fill up in the summer evenings, as the sunset here is stunning.

It is no secret that many of the people who head to Ibiza come for the beautiful beach resorts. There is perhaps no better place to vsiit in Ibiza than Playa d’en Bossa. This coastal resort spot is incredibly appealing for those who want an all-inclusive holiday right on the beach. It’s also the longest beach on the island, which means you won’t have any trouble securing a daybed or a lounger right on the sand. If you’re coming to Ibiza for the nightlife, then Playa d’en Bossa is ideal. There are plenty of late-night bars and clubs in the area, some of which are right on the sand.

The Museu d’Art Contemporani features some major internationally renowned artists and really punches above its weight in terms of quality for such a small island. The permanent collection of Antoni Mari Ribas, one of the most prolific painters born in Ibiza, is well worth a browse, along with a spectacular collection of posters from nearby Carl van der Voort Gallery. Temporary exhibits are excellent too, including most recently a stunning collection of designs by the LOEWE fashion house. The historic building has been beautifully restored with glass floors laid over an archeological site making for an enjoyable stroll around some fantastic curations.

If you head down to the beach, chances are you’ll find a few kayak rentals or tours that we definitely recommend that you do. You’ll get to see Ibiza from a whole new perspective. Most kayak tours will guide you through the crystal clear waters and through secret caves. It’s also a great opportunity to meet other travellers! One company, Kayak Ibiza (based in San Antonio, Figueretas and Es Figueral), takes you on an adventure along the coast of the island to a beach for a snack and to snorkel. Take a break from sunbaking and hop in a kayak. See more info onĀ Ibiza hotels.

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