Ibiza & Formentera

07Aug11

While people often think of Ibiza as a place to go totally wild, you can make of Ibiza what you want to make of it – just like everything else in life, really. A little sea, sun and sand can go a long way in boosting your happiness, and you can actually come away from the island totally refreshed.

See and be seen at Blue Marlin:

This trendy beach club has it all, food, drink, beautiful people, great music and a breath-taking view.

Spend all day lounging on the white beds under your umbrella or just come for a drink.

Make sure you book early to avoid disappointment!

Photo credit: bluemarlinibiza.com

Photo credit: Tai Yuni

Places to go:

Cala Comte beach on the West side of Ibiza. The water is a beautiful crystal clear aqua color and the views are incredible.

Photo credit: Tai Yuni

Formentera:

This island to the south of Ibiza is smaller but arguably more beautiful and charming. Get here by boat.

Ibiza is the place to go for a party and and Formentera is the perfect place to go relax and unwind.

Photo credit: Tai Yuni

Photo credit: Tai Yuni

Eat at Juan y Andrea – a quaint little outdoor restaurant on the beach. The paella here (and seafood in general) is delicious!

Photo credit: Tai Yuni

Photo credit: Shortlistid.net

Stay at:

Pacha hotel. This hotel is conveniently located close to the airport and the port to get to Formentera. It is also right across the street from the well-known Pacha club.

Photo credit: epoquehotels.com

Go out:

While there are several clubs in Ibiza, Pacha is one of the best known and there are different acts every night – including David Guetta and other celebrity DJ’s.

Photo credit: ibizaeformentera.com

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2 Responses to “Ibiza & Formentera”

  1. I like the comment you wrote at the beginning. You give right amount of balanced information about the island. And the photos are very enticing!!!

  2. Thank you!


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