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Ibiza Tour Ideas
Sail on an unique catamaran along the best beaches in Ibiza anchoring for swimming, snorkeling and paddle boarding off the main coves such as Calabassa and Cala Conta. Sail next to Conejera island and across the bay of San Antonio at the west side of Ibiza, to enjoy a breathtaking sunset on board our luxurious catamaran right in front of Cafe del Mar and Cafe Mambo.
Sail on a luxury private Lagoon catamaran from the Southern beaches of Ibiza to the Northern shores of Formentera Island, stopping by Espalmador islet. On board WIFI, Paddle board, Bluetooth Speakers, snorkelling gear, mineral water and soft drinks and of course... IBIZA! :-) Fuel, tax and captain is also included, no hidden fees!
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Things To Do in Ibiza & Ibiza Airport Layover Ideas
Things to do in Ibiza if you have a Ibiza Airport Layover or Extended Ibiza Airport Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Ibiza Airport or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Ibiza.LayoverIdeas.com
Groove at the airport's dance club
Dance your layover away at the world's first airport dance club! Located near gates 7 and 8 in the airside zone of Ibiza Airport, the ‘F* Me I’m Famous Lounge Club by Cathy & David Guetta’ the provides a view of aircraft taking off and landing (David Guetta is a Grammy award-winning artist/producer/DJ). Expect different ‘ambiences’ during the day, from ambient chill-out music, to funk, to electro-house.
Explore Ibiza Town
There's lots to see right in and around Ibiza Town. Whether it's walking the old town's ramparts, exploring artifacts (check out the Museo de Puig des Molins), the Hippie Market (held on Wednesdays), peoplewatching in the port, shopping the many stalls - or whatever strikes your fancy - explore at your own pace. Don't forget to take time out for a drink when you stumble across a special spot.
Sa Caleta Beach
One of the loveliest beaches on Ibiza is Sa Caleta (also called Es Bol Nou). In a setting backed by red cliffs, the beach is sandy, and the shallow water is ideal for families and younger children. Sa Caleta boasts a beach restaurant. As this beach is very popular with the locals at the weekend, it can get very full. Take the number 26 bus (10 minute walk to beach), rent a scooter or car (limited parking on rough ground), or take a tour.
Explore Ibiza Island
Ibiza Island, which covers 572 km2, is a whole world in miniature and stretches from the coast inland. Leave the crowds behind to explore the villages, landscapes, natural beauty, and views. Few tourists get off the beaten track, so this is great opportunity to escape the crowds and explore the history of this wonderful island. Rent a car or scooter, or take a tour.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Large portions of Ibiza Island are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and thus protected from the development and commercialization of the main cities. A notable example includes "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay as well as some of the more traditional Ibizan cultural sites such as the remains of the first Phoenicians settlement at Sa Caleta. Because of its rustic beauty, companies and artists alike frequently use the island for photographic and film shoots. A monument ("The Egg") erected in honour of Christopher Columbus can be found in Sant Antoni; Ibiza is one of several places purporting to be his birthplace. Pick one or two to visit, then arrange transport by car, scooter or on a tour.
As always, make sure you leave plenty of time to get back to the Ibiza Airport in time for your connection and enjoy your layover city rather than whiling away the time leaning up against your luggage in the departures lounge.
Take a Ferry to Formentera
The boat from Ibiza (Eivissa) to Formentera takes around half an hour, and leaves every half hour in the summer. The boat trip costs between 17 and 24 euros per person for a single trip. You can buy the ticket on the boat, and you do not need to reserve, but if you want to take a car it is best to reserve during the high season. The island is flat and sandy with magnificent, unspoilt beaches. There are a few places where the land rises to present spectacular cliffs to the sea. It is perfect for cycling, walking, snorkelling and sailing. However, it has very few cultural or historical attractions such as museums, castles, churches or art galleries. Its cultural attractions include some megalithic sites, a roman road, some watch-towers (18th century), the 18th century chapel of Sant Francesc Xavier and a small Ethnological museum.
Discover Formentera and surrounding attractions in an exhilarating way – on a scooter! With this scooter rental, set your own itinerary, drive along Formentera's coastline and see beautiful beaches like La Savina, Playa de Levante, Playa de Migjorn, or Las Salinas Natural Park. Drive past interesting landmarks such as watchtowers – don't miss Sa Mola and Barbaria! – traces of a Roman fortress and archaeological sites. An adventurous and convenient alternative to traditional tours, an easy-to-ride scooter allows you to get off the beaten path and explore Formentera, the smallest of the four main Balearic Islands, at your own pace. No experience is necessary!
Discover the beauty of Ibiza town and surroundings in an exhilarating way – on a scooter! With this scooter rental, set your own itinerary, drive along Ibiza's Mediterranean coast and see famous landmarks of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city of Ibiza. Visit Ibiza's old town, Dalt Vila and more. An adventurous and convenient alternative to traditional tours, an easy-to-ride scooter allows you to get off the beaten path and explore Ibiza at your own pace, with the warm breeze against your face. No experience is necessary!
Discover the beautiful Balearic Island of Formentera in an exhilarating way – on a scooter! From Ibiza, board a ferry and take in views of the Mediterranean Sea on the way to Formentera. When you arrive, get on a scooter and set your own itinerary! Ride along Formentera's coastline and see beautiful beaches like La Savina, Playa de Levante and Las Salinas Natural Park, plus watchtowers such as Sa Mola and Barbaria. A fun and convenient alternative to traditional tours, an easy-to-ride scooter allows you to get off the beaten path and explore Formentera at your own pace. No experience is necessary!
The 2-hour speed boat and snorkel cave tour is an amazing experience to enjoy during your holidays in Ibiza. You will visit caves, natural reserves and the Natural Park located at the west of the island. You will also stop in two different locations to have a swim or snorkel and will also enjoy a fast ride on the boat, jumping the waves as you make your way to the different spots.
Discover the beautiful island of Ibiza in an exciting and fun way – on a scooter! Explore Ibiza's rich culture and natural beauty and discover why the town of Ibiza was declared a UNESCO World Heritage City in 1999. Visit Ibiza's old quarter and port, cruise along the beautiful Playa d'en Bossa beach and take in views of Las Salinas Natural Park, one of the main natural reserves on the Balearic Islands. Explore the unique village of Sa Canal and enjoy free time at Las Salinas Beach. Explore Ibiza off the beaten path on an adventurous and convenient scooter tour!
Experience the adrenaline rush of top speeds and 360-degree spins on this 1-hour jet boat adventure in Ibiza. Hop aboard a powerful jet boat and let your expert captain take you over the waves and along the beautiful Ibiza coastline. Feel the music pumping, enjoy the wind in your hair, and hold on as your captain performs spins and power break stops on this water-based roller coaster ride. Your tour size is limited to 12 to ensure a more personalized experience. Choose an afternoon or evening jet boat tour.
Rip through the waves, soak up the rays and explore Ibiza's stunning island coastline on this 2-hour speedboat adventure. Feel the wind in your hair as your captain steps on the gas and takes you along Ibiza's shores, nature reserves, sea caves and reefs. Work on your tan and go snorkeling during relaxing beach stops, and dive to the depths below with a Bladefish or Seabob personal watercraft, which let you swim like a fish through the crystal-clear waters. Choose an afternoon or evening sunset cruise with drinks.
Scuba Diving in Ibiza is an amazing experience that can be done without any experience in diving with our beginners program, from 10 years up to 99 yrs. Enjoy views of Ibiza's beautiful ocean with this 3-hour course.
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