After months of isolation and restrictions, Ibiza opens its doors to unforgettable holidays. The Island opens to the sun, the sea, the beach, the history, the culture, the heritage and the gastronomy, all concentrated in just over 572 square kilometres. In a small area, all the islands in one.
UNESCO designated four local wonders—the Dalt Vila Acropolis and the historic centre of Ibiza Town, the meadows of posidonia seagrass, the Phoenician-Punic necropolis of Puig des Molins and the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta—World Heritage sites.
Nights on the white isle are endless and teeming with off the wall characters, art, performances and artists, hailing from far-flung locations and creating a one of a kind, cosmopolitan vibe. Find out why Ibiza's dance floors are the world's greatest. Soak up the authentic experiencia ibicenca with a little help from the best DJs in the world.
Swoon for Ibiza's brand of Mediterranean cuisine. It's all about the freshest ingredients: from the sea, countryside and vegetable garden. Officially-recognised hallmark ingredients include olive oil, fruit, fish, Ibizan lamb, flaó and black Ibizan pork. Don't miss your chance to try them!
The music, the surroundings, the ambience and, of course, the sunsets. From dawn till dusk, this island of a thousand faces has got something to surprise you. Let Sant Antoni, Benirràs or any other point on the Ibiza coastline be your bird's-eye view of this totally-free spectacle.