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Best Things To Do in Ibiza

This beautiful Balearic island teems with attractions. Beach bumming at places like Cala Comte and Cala Saladeta or meandering through centuries-old places like Dalt Vila should rank high on any traveler's itinerary. But visitors should also spring for a boat tour, which affords breathtaking views of Ibiza from the glittering waters of the Mediterranean. Of course, when the sun goes down, the partiers come out: No trip to Ibiza is complete without a visit to a nightclub. 

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#1
Es Vedra Free

#1 in Ibiza

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According to legend, Es Vedra – a small, rocky island located off the west coast of Ibiza – was once home to the sea nymphs and sirens who sought to entice Ulysses in Homer's "Odyssey." Others say that it's the tip of the lost city of Atlantis. Whatever the case, Es Vedra does seem to possess magical qualities, especially as the sun sets behind it – at least that's what travelers say after experiencing it.
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Natural Wonders Type
1 to 2 hours Time to Spend
Es Vedra
According to legend, Es Vedra – a small, rocky island located off the west coast of Ibiza – was once home to the sea nymphs and sirens who sought to entice Ulysses in Homer's "Odyssey." Others say that it's the tip of the lost city of Atlantis. Whatever the case, Es Vedra does seem to possess magical qualities, especially as the sun sets behind it – at least that's what travelers say after experiencing it.
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#2

#2 in Ibiza

Free
Cala Comte is a gorgeous swath of sand located about 15 miles west of Ibiza Town. Characterized by warm waves, fine sands and shallow waters, Cala Comte is a favorite spot among all travelers.
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Beaches Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
Cala Comte
Cala Comte is a gorgeous swath of sand located about 15 miles west of Ibiza Town. Characterized by warm waves, fine sands and shallow waters, Cala Comte is a favorite spot among all travelers.
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#3

#3 in Ibiza

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Dalt Vila, established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, is translated as "Upper Town" – and it constitutes the old part of Ibiza. Tucked inside Dalt Vila, you'll find the Catedral de Eivissa with its Catalan Gothic style; the centuries-old Castell d'Eivissa, from which you can enjoy magnificent views; and – for a change of pace – the Museum of Contemporary Art. The area also features a collection of restaurants, bars and shops that flank its quaint streets.
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Sightseeing Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
Dalt Vila
Dalt Vila, established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, is translated as "Upper Town" – and it constitutes the old part of Ibiza. Tucked inside Dalt Vila, you'll find the Catedral de Eivissa with its Catalan Gothic style; the centuries-old Castell d'Eivissa, from which you can enjoy magnificent views; and – for a change of pace – the Museum of Contemporary Art. The area also features a collection of restaurants, bars and shops that flank its quaint streets.
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#4

#4 in Ibiza

One of the best ways to explore Ibiza is from the deck of a boat, and there are a bevy of tour operators that welcome travelers aboard to do just that. Along with taking passengers around the island and in and out of small coves, many tours also include food, drinks and the use of sports equipment (such as stand-up paddleboards and snorkeling supplies).
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Sightseeing Type
Half Day to Full Day Time to Spend
Boat Tours
One of the best ways to explore Ibiza is from the deck of a boat, and there are a bevy of tour operators that welcome travelers aboard to do just that. Along with taking passengers around the island and in and out of small coves, many tours also include food, drinks and the use of sports equipment (such as stand-up paddleboards and snorkeling supplies).
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#5

#5 in Ibiza

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For those travelers looking for a reprieve from the crowded beaches and clubs characteristic of Ibiza, Cala Saladeta – located on the island's west coast in Sant Antoni de Portmany – might be just their scene. This remote beach, hemmed in by rocky cliffs, can only be accessed by scrambling down the rock cliffs. But the turquoise waters, prime snorkeling conditions and secluded vibe are worth all the exertion, according to past visitors.
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Beaches Type
Half Day to Full Day Time to Spend
Cala Saladeta
For those travelers looking for a reprieve from the crowded beaches and clubs characteristic of Ibiza, Cala Saladeta – located on the island's west coast in Sant Antoni de Portmany – might be just their scene. This remote beach, hemmed in by rocky cliffs, can only be accessed by scrambling down the rock cliffs. But the turquoise waters, prime snorkeling conditions and secluded vibe are worth all the exertion, according to past visitors.
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