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Tranquil Ibiza: A Non-Clubber's Itinerary for a Relaxing Getaway

Planning a trip to Ibiza without focusing on the club scene sounds a but difficult for people who experienced the island only for the clubs. However Ibiza offers a lot more than just its nightlife.

yachts stationed at Cala d'Hort Ibiza
Yachts at Cala d'Hort, Ibiza

Here's a suggested 5 day itinerary for a relaxing and culturally enriching trip to Ibiza:

Day 1: Arrival and Beach Relaxation

  • Arrive in Ibiza and check into your chosen accommodation.

  • Spend your first day relaxing on one of the island's beautiful beaches. Cala Conta, Cala Saladeta, or Talamanca Beach are great options.

  • Enjoy a leisurely seaside lunch at a local beachfront restaurant *tip: look for plastic chairs restaurants / bars for a local experience.

  • Take an evening stroll along the coast to enjoy the sunset.

Day 2: Explore Ibiza Town

  • Start your day with a visit to Dalt Vila, the historic old town of Ibiza. Explore its charming cobblestone streets, ancient walls, and panoramic viewpoints.

  • Visit the Ibiza Cathedral and the Archaeological Museum to learn about the island's history.

  • Enjoy a traditional Spanish lunch at a local restaurant

  • Spend the afternoon shopping for unique souvenirs and local crafts in the town's boutiques.

  • Dinner & drinks at the Standard Ibiza with great views over Ibiza Old Town

views of Ibiza Old Town from the Standard Ibiza Hotel
The Standard Ibiza

Day 3: Nature and Hiking

  • Head to Es Vedrà, a mystical rocky island off the coast of Ibiza. You can hike around the surrounding cliffs for stunning views and photo opportunities.

  • After the hike, relax at one of the nearby beaches like Cala d'Hort or Cala Vadella.

  • Enjoy a picnic lunch in a natural setting *shop on your way to the beach

  • If you're interested, consider visiting the Ses Salines Natural Park for its salt flats and diverse birdlife.

  • Return to your accommodation to rest and freshen up.

  • Dinner at a local restaurant, look for Bar Anita, Es Gerret, Fish Shack Talamanca or look around where the locals eat in your area.

people watching the sunset at Es Vedra Ibiza
Es Vedra, Ibiza

Day 4: Cultural Exploration

  • Start your day with a visit to the Can Marçà Caves, where you can learn about the history and formation of these natural caves.

  • Next, head to the Puig de Missa, a picturesque hilltop village with a white-washed church and charming streets.

  • Enjoy lunch at Noiam Ibiza in Santa Eulària des Riu, known for its more relaxed atmosphere.

  • Spend the afternoon visiting local art galleries and craft shops to appreciate the island's artistic side.

  • Return to your accommodation for some relaxation time.

  • Shop at your local supermarket and arrange a picnic for dinner on the beach

picnic on the beach at Cala Tarida Ibiza
Cala Tarida Ibiza

Day 5: Wellness and Departure

  • Begin your last day with a morning walk on the beach

  • Stop for a tostada and orange juice at a local cafe

  • Spend the rest of your morning unwinding at a spa or by the pool, indulging in some self-care.

  • Check out of your accommodation and do some last-minute souvenir shopping if desired.

  • Head to the airport and book Ibiza again on your way home

toast with avocado and tomato, orange juice
La Guay, Sant Antoni

Remember this is just a suggestion, Ibiza has so many places to do see and things to do that it is impossible to put them all in here.

Are you travelling to Ibiza for the first time and you are unsure what to do? Drop me a DM or email and I can help.





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