Long beaches, pleasant sunshine and a splash of culture. Sounds peaceful, right? Ibiza can be that too. But when night falls, the partying kicks off. Ibiza is the party capital of the Balearic Islands. But did you know you also enjoy lovely hikes there? Go for a weekend and see for yourself.
Where should you start? In 48 hours, we'll take you to the different hotspots and hidden gems in the city. You'll be well prepared to kick off your weekend in Ibiza. It's so handy!
Day 1 - During the day
To discover Ibiza, you need a good start. So, on your first day, have a delicious breakfast at Croissant Show. Because "morning" in Ibiza is quite a flexible concept, you can go there for a coffee from as early as 5 a.m. Partygoers often come here for an early breakfast. Try to spot the difference between partygoers and those who have actually slept.
Day 1 - Night
After a sunny day, it's always nice to enjoy a good meal on the beach. Go to Soleado in Ibiza city. The theme in this restaurant is temptation. And that's not a lie! The entire menu will entice you, like the duck with caramelised apple or salmon fillet with hazelnuts. While enjoying these delicious dishes, you can sit with your feet in the sand.
Time for your second day in this bustling city! After the late evening yesterday, start quietly with a delicious smoothie at Mumak. This tropical restaurant has an extensive menu. The Total Health Booster smoothie is a good idea to beat your hangover.
Day 2 - During the day
Linger a while in the restaurant. You can dine all day long. Tasty sandwiches and hamburgers are also on the menu. Once you've completely refuelled, it's time to explore the rest of Ibiza. There are some beautiful beaches on the island that you really shouldn't miss.
Day 2 - Night
The sun sets in the west. And no weekend break in Ibiza is complete without experiencing a beautiful sunset. So spend a little longer on this side of the island, and enjoy a meal at the Sunset Ashram restaurant. You can choose from Mediterranean, Japanese or Hindu cuisine. And while enjoying your meal, watch the sun set into the sea from the open restaurant.