What to do in Ibiza
The essential visits in Ibiza that you can’t miss on your first trip to the White Island.
At Moto Luis we give you recommendations on what to do in Ibiza so that you can make the most of your holiday. Because we not only care about offering you the best car hire but also about you discovering the places and restaurants that you cannot miss on the island.
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The best beaches and small coves in Ibiza
Discover Ibiza’s most famous beaches and coves that you can’t miss on your first trip to the island.
Discover Ibiza’s most famous beaches and coves that you can’t miss on your first trip to the island, and there are many more! From north to south and from east to west, during your holidays you can choose from more than 55 equipped and signposted beaches: unspoilt, with all the services, secluded, child-friendly…
Its natural surroundings and the transparency of its waters make Cala Bassa one of the most beautiful and most visited beaches in Ibiza. It offers a very diverse atmosphere, attracting families, young people and couples equally.
Its views over the famous islet of Es Vedrà make Cala d’Hort one of the most visited coves in Ibiza and a must stop on any first trip to the island. Its shore combines sand and rocks, although its seabed is sandy.
Platges de Comte
This group of beaches is among the most photographed in Ibiza due to the colour of its waters, its sunset and the islets that rise up from the horizon. Cala Comte is very popular and has a very young atmosphere.
Three reasons to visit Dalt Vila
Three reasons to visit Dalt Vila
During your holidays on the island, be sure to take a stroll around the fortress of Ibiza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most stunning ones in the Mediterranean. You will encounter charming hideaways, museums, spectacular panoramic views and restaurants where you can dine.
One of the best-preserved Renaissance fortresses in the Mediterranean
An excellent example of Renaissance military architecture, Ibiza’s fortress has preserved intact the walls that were built in the 16th century. Explore it on a stroll around Dalt Vila by following its walls and bastions.
The Ibiza of yesterday and today through its museums
En tu paseo por intramuros podrás internarte en el arte y la historia de la isla a través de las colecciones y exhibiciones del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Ibiza, el Museo Puget y el Centro de Interpretación Medina Yabisa.
Afternoon shopping and al fresco dining
Around the main square of Dalt Vila and the surrounding streets, during the summer you’ll find cosy restaurants for al fresco dining and small boutiques where you can buy special items.
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Other places to visit in Ibiza
There is much more to Ibiza than beaches and coves: discover it!
The White Island has an important architectural and cultural heritage that you can discover on your car or scooter routes around Ibiza: churches, small villages, traditional houses, museums, galleries… Not to mention the street markets and local festivals that take place on the island throughout the year.
The authentic villages of Ibiza
Sant Mateu, Santa Agnès, Sant Carles, Sant Joan, Santa Gertrudis, Sant Miquel and Sant Agustí are the villages that best preserve the traditional, rural essence of the island. Be sure to include them in your routes around Ibiza.
San Antonio’s sunset
San Antonio and its bay are the best setting from which to watch the sunset in Ibiza, either from its famous terraces or from a quiet corner on the coast. Don’t miss it!
Ibiza’s hippy markets
If you like shopping on your travels, you’ll love the street markets held in Ibiza in Summer. The hippy markets of Las Dalias and Punta Arabí are a must.
Puig de Missa in Santa Eulària
Discover the beauty and value of traditional Ibizan architecture by visiting Puig de Missa, where you will find one of Ibiza’s best examples of a church-fortress and the Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza.
Where to eat in Ibiza
Discover the top-rated restaurants in Ibiza by the locals
If you want to savour the island’s traditional cuisine in traditional restaurants where we locals like to go, take note of the following addresses and book your table today. You will find more recommendations on our blog.
This rustic beach bar is a classic in San Antonio’s bay, very popular with Ibizans and island regulars. Its menu is based on the island’s seafood recipes, such as rice dishes, grilled fish and bullit de peix.
Located in Port Sant Miquel, in the north of Ibiza, this is another classic for enjoying seafood dishes prepared with top-quality products and following traditional recipes. Its owners also run Es Nàutic, in San Antonio.
This restaurant located on the Ibiza-Santa Eulària road is one of the best places on the island to try traditional Ibiza meat dishes, such as “sofrit pagès” or “matanza” rice.
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