What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear Ibiza? Party? Drinks? Beach? Sleepless nights? What is the island famous for? What can you do there after summer?
Ibiza is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea which is a nice holiday destination. It is mainly famous for parties that last all nights and never end. You can meet people from all around the world having fun together there! Funs of electric dance music and wild night life will be in paradise. The port full of yachts will impress you.
Summer spent in Ibiza guarantees you unforgettable moments!
What if you decide to visit the island in autumn or winter ? Will you regret your decision? No.
A weekend spent in the capital of the island Ibiza – Dalt Vila will be relaxing, but interesting at the same time. You can visit some touristic places and walk kilometres admiring nature. Dalt Vila, the upper part of the historical centre of Ibiza, offers you picturesque and panoramic views, squares, narrow lines and even more. Take some time to discover this lovely part of the city.
While walking along the walls of Ibiza’s Old Town to the fortified area at the top, you will surprise yourself at what you find. You will see small white building overgrown with exotic flowers as well as windows in colourful frames. When the streets are not crowded by tourists as it is in peak season, you can walk around them and hear the music coming from the houses or see clothes hanging out above your head. These are the scenes of an everyday life there. You can come across local people and have a short conversation with them. Apart from that, you will find closed cafés, restaurants and pubs where thousands of people gather in summer to hang out.
At the top of the hill, you can visit Cathedral of Eivissa from the 13th century. In the old town of Ibiza, you can also find several museums, such as Archeological Museum, Contemporary Art Museum and Puget Museum. The last one houses the collection of 130 pictorial works by Narcís Puget Riquer and Narcís Puget Viñas. These are oil paintings and watercolors in a tradicional style. They present landscapes and scenes of everyday life in Eivissa from the beginning and the middle of the 20th century.
For those who like a contact with nature and its pure beauty, would be a good idea to go for a long walk to Talamanca Beach. It is located 4 km from the centre of Dalt Vila. On the way there, you can admire the port full of expensive and luxurious yachts and the avenue lined with three-star, four-star and five-star hotels. The beach with gold sand and clear water is a perfect place to stop for a while and relax. Keep walking along Talamanca to get to the place where local people often fish. From there, the view of the other side of the island is stunning.
Do not miss a chance to discover Ibiza!