10 free things to do in Ibiza which you won’t want to miss

There are many things to enjoy in Ibiza and not everything costs money. Rent your car or scooter from Moto Luis at the best price, make a note of our recommendations regarding free things to do in Ibiza and hit the road.

Free things to do in Ibiza for active travellers

  • Santa Eulària des Riu, step by step

Until mid-autumn, Santa Eulària des Riu organizes a series of free guided hiking routes that anyone who wants to can join. And if you want to explore other paths in Ibiza, check the hiker’s guide by the Ibiza Tourism department.

  • Paddle surf for the whole family

Until the month of October you will be able to join the free paddle surf tour which takes place every Sunday at Cala Vedella, going out at 10am, 11am and 12pm. You have to make a booking via e-mail: supyogaibiza@gmail.com or over the phone +34 654 013 347.

  • Follow Walking Ibiza’s tracks

This hiking company offers free weekly hikes along various Ibizan areas and anyone can join them. In exchange, they only ask for a donation. You can check their free hikes along the island by visiting their website.

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Walking Ibiza organizes walks and routes throughout the year. © Walking Ibiza

Free things to do in Ibiza with a rhythm

  • A night at Pikes Hotel

Pikes hotel is a legendary and unique place in Ibiza which is only 3 kilometres away from San Antonio and our Moto Luis office. This hotel boutique hosts marvellous dance and house sessions at night. To join the party, entry is free: you only have to request an invite through their website.

  • Café del Mar and Café Mambo sessions

The great advantage of both establishments is that you can enjoy their music and ambiance while sitting on a rock near the sea in front of either of their terraces.

  • Dancing at the sound of drums

On Sunday afternoons at Benirràs beach you will be able to listen to tribal rhythms played by drums as this event has been taking place for over two decades. Please note that after 4pm you have to park your car at the car park which is at the top of the road and you will either have to make your way down on foot or on a connecting bus.

  •  Sa Trinxa beach bar’s sessions

This rustic location at the north end of Ses Salines beach is known for its lively atmosphere during the afternoon and evening. It is an island classic which opened in the 80s and you’ll be able to enjoy their sessions by just laying your towel nearby.

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Cala Benirras. NC/Moto Luis Rent a Car Ibiza

Other things to do in Ibiza which don’t cost any money

  • Ibiza’s sunsets

There are many places in Ibiza from which you can enjoy this beautiful phenomenon without spending a single cent: Cap Negret’s natural viewpoint, Heaven’s gate cliffs in Santa Agnès; cala Llentia’s cliffs, cala d’Hort’s cliffs, San Antonio’s breakwater; Cala Conta and its surrounding areas, Punta Galera… One of the most popular free things to do in Ibiza.

  • Climbing Dalt Vila

One of the most astonishing walks in Ibiza is the one which leads you to the top of Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s historic centre. Noble palaces, charming little places, old fishermen’s homes, Renaissance bastions, Almohad towers… Check our route to explore Dalt Vila and enjoy the stroll.

  • Museums and galleries

Getting to know Ibiza’s culture will not cost you any money either. We recommend you visit Puget Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Salinas (salt flat) warehouse, Casa Broner, Ibiza’s Ethnographic Museum and Puig des Molins’ Necropolis.

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Sunset in San Antonio. © NC/Moto Luis

Moto Luis: the affordable car rental in Ibiza which you can trust

When you are looking to make a saving during your holiday it’s important to choose the right rental company in Ibiza to make sure you won’t encounter hidden costs or other additional undesirable costs. At Moto Luis we offer car and scooter rentals with the most inexpensive excesses in Ibiza, as well as low-priced full insurance. Our final prices never include surprises, and our fuel policy is always full to full, so you won’t be charged for this concept either (unless you don’t return the tank full of fuel as you received it).

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