We’ve rounded up our top choices of the islands most photogenic spots! From beaches to magical rocks, stunning sunsets to neighbouring islands, mark them on your to-do list to experience more of Ibiza and spice up your instagram feed!
You may have seen photos of Es Vedra in the daytime or when the sunsets, both are unbelievably stunning. Known as the 3rd most magnetic spot in the world, many people visit the uninhabited rock that sits around 200m above the water that which is said to be the tip of ‘Altantis’ the lost-city with its breathtaking views.
Hire a car or hop in a cab and head to Cala D’Hort or one of the viewing points at Es Ved and get ready for views like you have never seen before mixed with the undeniable inspiring energy that is emitted.
This one will be the perfect roundup shot for your holiday to Ibiza.
If you’re looking for white pristine sandy beaches, glistening blue water and that all around Caribbean feel then Ibiza’s baby sister island, Formentera is your go-to. Located south of Ibiza, you will find stretches of beaches, bars and cute cafes to suit your needs.
The perfect option if you are wanting to explore a little further out from San An or simply wanting your Instagram to be beach goals! Head over to Ibiza Town and get the ferry to Formentera with its fast and frequent services and get ready for a day of salty air, tropical vibes and cocktail heaven.
Ibiza is well known for its traditional hippy culture and lifestyle that is still present throughout the island today and Ibiza Town fully embraces this all. From its majestic whitewashed architecture, stunning marina, cobbled floors and rainbow flowers dangling down the walls, it captures the true Ibiza spirit.
High up in the Dalt Vila sits the Cathedral you can visit or take in the sights across the resort with its viewpoints both make for incredible Instagram shots to sit perfectly on your feed, making it our number 3!
Home is where the heart is! The world-renowned sunset strip sits proudly on the border of San An with its selection of bars and restaurants. Part of the original party landscape of Ibiza, the island’s sunsets are like no other Cafe Mambo sat in centre fold for 25 years now, with many other bars such as Cafe Del Mar, Savannah and others further along like Golden Buddha opening in more recent years.
We highly recommend having a walk down and watching the sunset as part of your holiday. When the Balearic beats are playing, the sun is setting, you have a drink in hand and surrounded by all your mates, there really isn’t a better place to be in the world
The party landscape of Ibiza is well known for its clubs, so welcome to one of the originals! The derelict Festival Club sits in the Hills past San Jose, offering amazing views of the surrounding areas, the graffiti on the walls and the original clubs ruins.
A popular choice for people wanting to get to grips with the island’s party history, add this one to your list! The perfect insight into the islands initial clubbing landscape to share on your Insta.
Time and Space is a beautiful structure overlooking Es Vedra. It was created by Australian artist, Andrew Rogers back in 2014 and is thirteen solid basalt columns which were extracted and carved in Turkey before being brought over to Ibiza. The tallest column sits ten meters in height and is topped with 23-carat gold.
It’s a wonderful place to visit both in the daytime and as the sun sets, and boasts amazing views to neighbouring islands and Es Vedra.