What to see in Ibiza?

Ibiza has become an essential destination for anyone who wants to enjoy a sun and beach holiday, but without missing out on leisure, culture and sport options. And everything is possible on the island. Discover with us in our guide everything there is to see and enjoy in Ibiza.

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Ibiza, a destination of unrivalled beaches

If anything is evident in Ibiza, it’s the extensive and wonderful sun and beach offer. In our guide about what to see in Ibiza, you will be able to discover some of the most highly recommended beaches by the locals as well as by visitors. Come and enjoy getting to know them one by one, bathing in the Mediterranean sea and, why not, doing one of the numerous water sports that our island offers you.

Ibiza also has natural surroundings of particular beauty, such as the Ses Salines natural park and the nature reserve of Es Vedrà. Discover them as well in our guide.

Ibiza, World Heritage site

Coming and enjoying the beach doesn’t mean not being able to enjoy the history and culture of our island. Discover Ibiza town with its Renaissance walls, named Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, visit our museums to find out about our history and tradition and don’t forget to visit the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta. You will find all of this and much more in our cultural section inside this guide.

Ibiza nightlife

One of the great attractions of the island of Ibiza has, for years, been its extensive nightlife. Discover the different fun options that our island has to offer you and get to know some of the clubs that are most popular with visitors. In addition, remember that on our website you can buy your tickets for all of them.

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What to see in Ibiza Town?

During the 23rd session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Morocco from 29 November to 4 December 1999, Ibiza, based on natural and cultural criteria, was declared World Heritage.

Culture and Monuments

In the city of Ibiza, visitors will find the Renaissance walled premises, Santo Domingo’s church, the landlords’ houses, the cathedral, the Curia’s house, the Archaeology Museum, the Castle…


The island of Ibiza has a rich archaeological, historical, artistic and ethnological heritage, stretching back from prehistoric times to the Punic world, continuing through to the Islamic medieval age and the traditional rural world.


Throughout the 18 kilometres of natural sandy beaches, fringed by crystal clear waters, Ibiza offers a huge range of possibilities to cater for all types of preferences. On the majority of our beaches, there is the chance to do all kinds of water and outdoor sports.


Ibiza is more than just sun and sand, and more than mere nightlife. Its unique location, climate and features make Ibiza the ideal place for visitors to do all kinds of sports at all levels, thanks to the variety of sports facilities available throughout the year.

Nature and Natural Parks

Ibiza has two National Parks of particular ecological interest and natural beauty; the ses Salinas National Park and the nature reserve of es Vedrà, es Vedranell, and the little islands to the west of Ibiza.


There is no doubt that Ibiza is the capital city of fun. Here you will find the very best nightlife and the best clubs and DJs from all over the world. The island bars and discos offer more than just music.

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