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All About Ibiza
One of Spain’s stunning Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza is famous for its thriving nightlife, drawing travelers from all over the world to its famous clubs. But it’s much more than a party island. Beyond the thumping bass in the clubbing hubs of Platja d’en Bossa and Sant Antoni de Portmany (aka San Antonio), Ibiza’s turquoise waters and stretches of white-sand beaches invite long, lazy days of soaking in the sun. A charming old town, luxurious spas, and colorful markets and galleries round out the reasons to visit this Mediterranean gem—whether or not you’re planning to stay out till dawn.
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Ibiza has a mild Mediterranean climate with hot summers. Temperatures average 72 degrees Fahrenheit, dipping into the 60s in winter, and heating up to the high 80s in peak summer. There’s very little rain to speak of — occasionally a few inches during winter months. Temperatures drop slightly when the sun goes down, so packing a light layer for evenings out is recommended. If you’re visiting in winter, bring a rain jacket just in case.
Top things to do in Ibiza
This half-mile stretch of gently curving beach is one of the island’s loveliest. Adjacent to Ibiza Town, Talamanca features a wooden boardwalk to ease sand-scorched feet, and a promenade perfect for strolls by the sea.
Dating back to Ibiza’s 1960s bohemian roots, Ibiza’s Hippy Market Punta Arabí is the island’s biggest outdoor market, popular with locals and tourists alike. Vendors peddling handmade crafts, jewelry, clothing, textiles, and artifacts line the beach every Wednesday from May through October. Las Dalias Hippy Market is the island’s second largest, open year-round on Saturdays.
Ibiza’s fortified old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, perched atop the hill overlooking Ibiza Town. Its vast network of cobblestone streets and mazes of walled paths are home to market stands, outdoor restaurants, and even an open-air cinema.
Less than 10 miles from Ibiza Town, Santa Eulalia is the island’s third-largest town, home to incredible restaurants, art galleries, and some of the island’s best shopping. It’s noticeably quieter than the club hubs, and attracts families and sunseekers looking for a laid-back vacation.
The smallest of the Balearic Islands, Formentera is an idyllic escape from Ibiza’s busy nightlife. Beautiful beaches and seaside villages are the main attractions, accessible via a 40-minute ferry ride from Ibiza Town.