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Summer 2024 in Ibiza: What To See and Do

Ibiza needs very little introduction. Well, that’s what many people think, anyway. The truth is that the Mediterranean island has long been celebrated for its vibrant nightlife and breathtaking beaches. But, as the summer of 2024 draws near, we need to look beyond its PR and reputation, and make sure we squeeze every drop out of this paradise island.

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Discover the Best Beaches on the Island

Ibiza coastline is laden with many stunning beaches, each offering a distinct ambiance. Playa d’en Bossa, the island’s longest stretch of sand, is a lively hub of activity, boasting trendy beach bars and a lot of choice for water sports. 

For those seeking a quieter retreat, you can head northeast to Es Canar. Here is a more relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere, but it’s still near good amenities. Plus, there are great choices for a hotel in Es Canar.

Else, head to the West Coast to Cala Comte, which has mesmerizing turquoise waters and the benefit of sunsets, as opposed to sun-rises. This makes it a great evening hangout place for your own picnics and BBQs. 

No trip to Ibiza would be complete without a visit to the glamorous Las Salinas, of course, which is a celebrity favourite renowned for its atmosphere and luxury.

Immerse Yourself in Ibiza’s Legendary Nightlife and Entertainment Scene

At the heart of Ibiza’s world-famous nightlife are its iconic clubs, with Amnesia and Pacha standing out as the titans of the scene. These legendary venues consistently attract the most sought-after DJs from around the globe. This summer, they’re already accepting tickets to see the top ones.

Uncover The Culture of Ibiza

While Ibiza may be best known for its nightclubs and parties, the island boasts a rich cultural landscape. The fortified old town of Dalt Vila is a great place to step into Ibiza’s past. It has all the charm of a Spanish cobblestoned Old Town, but with panoramic views of the island’s fascinating history. 

There are of course some museums to visit too in order to gain an insight into the island’s heritage. The Necropolis del Puig des Molins is the top-rated. Otherwise, there are some traditional festivities and local markets to indulge in some incredible craftwork, something that is very important to Spain.

Outdoor Adventures

For those with a thirst for adventure, Ibiza’s natural landscapes provide a wealth of exciting outdoor activities. A boat trip on the shores of nearby Formentera is a good place to start, where you can enjoy the sun or even snorkel in the clear waters. The island has a lot of fascinating marine life that is worth consideration. 

The terrain of northern Ibiza is a hiker’s paradise with a lot of challenging routes and breathtaking views. Many popular tours include guided walks through these picturesque routes, but it shows the diversity between different areas of the island.


Ibiza’s allure goes beyond a party destination. However, we shouldn’t ignore this fact, and to miss out on the nightlife would be a great shame. However, Ibiza’s diversity should be celebrated and there are a lot of activities to enjoy and culture to indulge in.