With the infamous white isle being most known for her party culture, super clubs and music scene, it is quite hard to grasp the idea of there being an actual history and culture to the island.
Yet, if you look carefully as you drive around the island, you can see scattered churches, lighthouses, wells and ruins of times gone by.
If we go right back to the beginning, the first ever settlements on Ibiza can be dated back as far as 3000 years ago, with the Carthaginians discovering Ibiza in 654 B.C. Ibiza town is, in fact, one of the earliest towns to be discovered in Europe. Read more
Now that the Super Clubs have closed their doors for the final time this season, over the next few days the much anticipated and true finale of the season will take place in and around San Antonio this weekend – the October Festival affectionately known as OctoberFest.
Running from the 9th till the 12th of October it is a celebration of music and culture of the 70s, 80s and 90s Read more
Culture is not the first word that comes to mind when you think of San Antonio, famed for its parties and nightlife. But dig a little deeper and there are some cultural gems to be found both modern and much older.
This is an easy walk, which is best done early evening to enjoy it to its full potential; it takes around 2 hrs (3km).
One of the most famous landmarks of Ibiza is Dalt Villa an Acropolis dating back to Phoenician times.
Over the centuries many invaders / settlers have added their own touch and today it is a thriving walled town with bars, restaurants, shops and quirky corners all ready for exploring.
If you’re thinking of coming to Ibiza, be it for a short trip or a family holiday, here are our top reasons for visiting Ibiza.
Peak season is May to early October or visit out of season when the island is much quieter.