Do you need to enjoy a blue sky on a perfect beach ? Ibiza is a perfect location to relax. What can you see in Ibiza? Punta Moscarter Lighthouse: For a relatively small island like Ibiza itâ€™s amazing how remote and wild the northern tip can feel. This part of the island has pine forest, farmland and a coastline scattered with little holiday communities clustered around coves that cut deep into the coastline. For something a bit different, put on a pair of sturdy shoes and walk the cliff-top trail from Portinatx to the lighthouse. It was built in the 70s and at 52 metres is the tallest man-made structure on the island. The trek through pine scrub and juniper is a bit of a challenge, but the photos you can take from the headland here make it all worthwhile.
The resort of Cala Llonga boasts a wide and sandy white beach, views over a beautiful bay and even hills covered in pine trees to frame the scenery. This is perhaps the most family-oriented place to visit in Ibiza, which means that youâ€™ll find plenty of families with young children in the area. The main beach even offers a playground and a miniature amusement park to keep kids having fun throughout the vacation. Cala Llonga is also situated just 10 minutes from Ibiza Town, which means you can easily head away from the beach and explore the historic attractions any time.
The Cathedral of the Lady of Our Snows, sits atop the hill of Dalt Vila (Ibiza old town) and has incredible views out to sea. There has been a religious structure of some kind on this site since the 7th century, but work commenced on this building in the 14th century and finished in the mid 1500s. It did not however become a cathedral until much later. If youâ€™re fairly fit, the steep climb up the hill (best not to do it in the midday heat) is worth it for a chance to look round the Catalan Gothic style building and then stop and enjoy the views.
When surrounded by clubs and beach bars, there wonâ€™t appear to be many gourmet food options â€” but you will notice heaps of late night shops selling that greasy food we all know and love at 3 a.m. Kebabs and pizza are great and all, but have you tried Spanish paella? If youâ€™re craving something less greasy, more local, take a trip to Kalissol Ibiza Santa Eulalia del Rio and treat yourself to a mouth-watering meal. It has some of the best paella on the island (take our word for it). Refuel, then continue with your alternative Ibiza activities! See more info at https://discoveribiza.com/.