Ibiza Sense


El Rincon de Codolar

Carretera Sa Caleta s/n
07817
San José, Ibiza, Spain

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ABOUT IBIZA
 
Sign to Ibiza - The Party Island

Ibiza has the image of a "party island". Of course, you can enjoy the exclusive nightlife, top DJ’s and artists from all over the world performing in Ibiza’s extraordinary clubs but you can also enjoy Jazz and cool chill out music during the sunset. Ibiza has a wide variety of restaurants, where you can enjoy local specialties and tapas with your feet in the sand and with the sound of the surf in the background, in one of the small streets in the old town, or in one of the old fincas in the countryside. The islands gastronomy ranges from affordable local tapas restaurant to the upscale restaurants like Cipriani and Lío. Nevertheless, the Island also offers tranquility and nature and even during the high season, you can find the true Ibiza spirit.

Ibiza offers more than 60 beaches and, scenic, small coves with clear water and several natural parks (such as Ses Salines and Cala d’Hort).          

Ibiza has more than 3,000 years of history. It features several cultural-historical monuments, such as a settlement of the Phoenicians in Sa Caleta, the necropolis of Puig des Molins and one of the best-preserved forts of Europe "Dalt Villa".

Inland Ibiza still offers unspoiled beauty. There are fields with cereals, grapes and several types of citrus fruits. There are centuries-old olive trees from the time that Hannibal collected his ‘stone slingers’ for his army from Ibiza. Typical for the landscape of Ibiza are the pine trees, the Sabina tree, the fig tree and the algarroba. Aromatic plants, such as thyme, rosemary and lavender, perfume the air and during those hot summer nights, you can hear the crickets.

In the early spring, it is a feast in the valleys full of flourishing almond trees (valley of Santa Agnes) and during the summer months dry fields are turned into fields full of flowers like poppies and wild garlic.

Eivissa - Ibiza City
ABOUT IBIZA TOWN

The capital and biggest city, also named Eivissa, partly protected as a cultural heritage by Unesco with narrow streets, small squares full of restaurants, bars and shops.
Take a walk up to the old town and you can see its rich history, and stop at the markets to buy fresh local produce.


Important dates:

  • May: medieval market and open air music festival at the old defence walls.

  • August 8: Fireworks show above the harbour.

 

Well known beaches:

  • Talamanca

  • Figueretas

  • Playa den Bossa

  • Es Cavallet

  • Salinas

IbizaSense Villas in the surrounding area:

Can Pastorale, Casa Codolar, Topaz, Salinas, Sheba

 
ABOUT SAN JOSÉ
Es Vedra Island - Isla de es Vedrá

The largest village in the popular South, in its center a lovely white-washed church with a square full of small restaurants like Destino and several shops.

You need to pass through the village to get to the beaches.

 

Surrounding villages:

  • Es Cubells - breathtaking sea views.

  • San Augustin - the smallest village in Ibiza.

 

Well known beaches:

  • Cala Jondal – Beach clubs like the Blue Marlin and Tropicana.

  • Cala D’Hort – The magical Es Vedra and for the best Paella , Restaurant Carmen.

  • Cala Vadella – A friendly family beach.

  • Cala Conta – A gorgeous beach , great to watch the sunset.

  • Cala Bassa – Home to the popular CBBC beach club.

 

IbizaSense villas in the surrounding area:

Verge, Figuera, Can Palau, Jewel Jondal, Can Luna

 

This is a very popular place for visitors during the high season. There is an overwhelming range of bars and restaurants. Most appreciated are the sunsets at Café del Mar and the restaurant Sa Capella.

Surrounding villages:

  • San Rafael – a village between Ibiza Town and San Antonio, clubs Amnesia and Privilege.

  • Santa Inés – a beautiful rural area, very picturesque.

 

Well known beaches:

  • Cala Salada

  • Cala Gracio

  • Punta Galera

 

IbizaSense villas in the surrounding area:

Phoenix, Artemis, Can Vadeya, Villa Ponant, Can Jona

ABOUT SAN ANTONIO
 
ABOUT SAN LORENZO & SANTA GERTRUDIS

These two villages form the rural heart of Ibiza, with Santa Gertrudis the nearest to Ibiza Town. The surrounding area is of a wild beauty with fertile red earth, so there is lots of agricultural life.

Places to visit include the settlement of Can Balafia (five fincas connected to an ancient defence tower) one of the finest examples of local architecture.

Well known beaches:

  • Benirras

  • Puerto de San Miguel

  • Portinaxt Coastline

Popular restaurants:

  • Paloma, San Lorenzo.

  • Atzaro, San Lorenzo.

  • Bar Costa, Santa Gertrudis.

  • Ama Lur, Santa Gertrudis.

IbizaSense villas in the surrounding area:

Can Raes, Can Emile, Can Paloma, Villa Igor, Caterina...

 
 
ABOUT SAN CARLOS & SANTA EULALIA

San Carlos is a small village in the north with still a true hippy feeling; visit for example the Hippy market in Las Dalias and Santa Eulalia is a sunny city with a good family vibe. Stroll along the boulevard with on one hand the sea and on the other the city full of affordable restaurants.

 

Well known beaches:

  • Aguas Blanca – nudist beach and mud baths.

  • Niu Blau – with pinetrees growing up to the beach providing shade.

  • S’Argamassa – home to the famous Nikki Beach.

  • Cala LLonga – home to Amante Beach Club.

 

Popular restaurants:

  • Cas Pagés – Real Ibicenco food.

  • Bar Anita – Delicious tapas and homemade hierbas.

  • Kathmandu – Indian food.

  • Bambuddha – Asian fusion kitchen and chill out.

IbizaSense villas in the surrounding area:

Can SigalCasa Cocoon, Villa Vogue, Casa Laia