Enjoy your trip to the Balearic island Seven glittering gems in Ibiza
New and reinvented plans on the island that never sleeps
Every cove, every village, every valley of Ibiza has its charm. For this reason, when summer comes there are inescapable plans, trendy places and areas of the island that are worth discovering. This is the case of the bay of Santa Eulalia, with its eternally calm waters and the iconic profile of Formentera on the horizon. In this exceptional setting stands this quiet beach club, SeaSoul Santa Eulalia, on a point where you can enjoy the sea in peace and toast with the best company, accompanied by top-class gastronomy. Pure relaxation without fuss.
And, in addition, you will find the fantastic 4 star hotel only Adults in Ibiza that Iberostar has prepared in the municipality with the most hippy spirit of the whole island of Ibiza.
San Juan and its market
Ibiza still maintains the authenticity that attracted the most open minds in the Western world in the 70s. In fact, hippie markets like the one in San Juan, the town where Ibizans go every Sunday, still maintain its rural and genuine essence. Its variety of products, its thriving craftsmanship and the atmosphere created around Vermouth hour make it the best way to enjoy that Ibiza which, although it is looked at with nostalgia, is still very present here.
It's not easy to choose Ibiza's most beautiful beach, because the competition is fierce. Just a ten-minute walk from Es Canar is the beautiful and almost secret Cala Nova, a quiet beach, ideal for families and closed by a pine grove that invites you to take long walks. From here you can lose sight of the waves that break against the cliffs. The swimmers of Cala Nova can enjoy a new restaurant on the beach: Aiyanna from the founders of El Amante.
The event of the summer every Wednesday is Namaste, the party of oriental beauty and sandalwood scent that has enlivened Las Dalias for 21 years. Namaste is the informal meeting point between locals and visitors in a show that seduces all kinds of audiences with its good atmosphere and best taste.
The Gates of Heaven
The best sunset in Ibiza can be enjoyed from the Gates of Heaven, a 200-meter cliff near Santa Inés, the most remote and therefore best-preserved area on the white island. The name of the gates of heaven comes from a curious optical effect that takes place at sunset, when the sea and the sky seem to merge into a single marvelous blue.
It is a party infused with the spirit of the Cirque du Soleil, whose founder, Guy Laliberté, is a famous Ibiza resident, created by and for the locals and for those of us who are no longer prepared to stay up too late: the party starts at 6pm. WooMooN is held every Sunday from May to October in Cova Santa, out there in the far south. Under the name Naked, this year it promises to continue its psychedelic and adventurous line-up that attracts artists, theater companies and musicians who do not show themselves in the other stages on the island. There must be a reason for that.
La Nave Salinas
Every summer, the gallery owner and arts patron Lio Malca brings anthological exhibitions to this old salt store like the one by Keith Haring last summer. This year, Nave Salinas will host an exhibition by the New York video artist Bill Viola.