Southeast of the eye-catching island of Ibiza, this luxury villa provides a memorable view down the hillsides to the salt flats of Las Salinas. Meshing seamlessly with its breathtaking gardens, Casa Jardin is built around a courtyard and gorgeous terrace spaces. The villa’s gardens are further enhanced by low walls made from natural stone and terracotta render. Its rich vegetation consists of palm trees, fruit trees, potent flowers, and an ancient olive tree. On top of this natural beauty, Casa Jardin boasts premier amenities, like its large infinity pool, from where you can take in the sparkling waters of the Balearic Sea.
This 41,000+-acre World Heritage-listed reserve is located at the southeastern tip of the island and offers some stunning landscapes along with 2 of Ibiza’s very best beaches. Home to sparkling salt pans, it is a safe haven for 210 species of birds.
Almost as well-known for its holistic spa scene as it is for its nightclubs, Ibiza is home to a many spas. Work out in a state-of-the-art gym, take a yoga class or simply pamper yourself with anything from peels and facials to massages.
A protected natural park, this uninhabited island off Ibiza’s southwest coast is a beautiful, almost otherworldly place. Home to a variety of wildlife, including goats, lizards and falcons, you get there by boat.
Well known for its hippie markets, this is the original one and the biggest. Wander through countless stalls and discover items from all over the world, many handmade. There’s also a kids’ area where they can make their own souvenir of the market.
Located at the very top of the old city, the cathedral sits next to a scenic outlook over the water. Step inside and discover the gothic gold and silver monstrance, dating to 1399, and the 14th and 15th century gothic panel paintings.
Despite its small stature, Ibiza can happily lay claim to being the world’s queen of clubs. The world’s top DJs spin their magic here during the summer and the clubs keep things going all year long. Check out Ibiza Town and Sant Rafel.
Located in the upper Old City, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a fortified hilltop that was first settled by the Phoenicians. Tranquil and atmospheric, your whole family will love exploring its lanes up to the cathedral-topped summit.
Being a sun-drenched island, it’s no surprise that the sea is your playground here. From jet-skiing, parasaiing and water-skiing to stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking, it’s all available. Charter a yacht or go out for a dive – you pick!
Located just outside of San Antonio, down in a sea cave where local fisherman used to set their lobster trap, this truly unique place lets you discover all sorts of marine species. It is also a recuperation centre for sea turtles.
Packed with exciting water chutes along with slower rides for the tiniest of kids, this waterpark is a great day trip for the entire family. Located in downtown Playa d’en Bossa, it is kitted out with everything you may need.
A quick 30-minute ferry ride from Ibiza, the stunning, wild landscapes of Formentera await. Known for its beaches and clear waters, rent a bike and explore the interior or simply enjoy the beach and sea.