The 5 must-see places in Ibiza
1) Sant Antoni Sant Antoni is a natural bay which is located just 20 minutes from Ibiza Town, which is very well connected. Here in Sant Antoni can both swim in the crystal-clear waters that attend local very trendy nightspots. Sant Antoni is a place particularly rich in beaches and coves located in the most unexpected places, including sharp rocks or pine forests. The meeting most famous of all is without a shadow of doubt the Café del Mar, which was also inspired by Sandy Marton for the title of a song that is album People from Ibiza, where young people go to wait for the sunset between a cocktail and another, listening to chillout music.
2) Elvissa or Ibiza Town It is the economic and administrative capital of the island of the same name. The city is located in the eastern part of the island can has three beautiful beaches, Ses Figueretes, Talamanca and Platja d’en Bossa. Then there is the particular and characteristic area of Dalt Vila, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dalt Vila is the true architectural gem of the island, the expression of the great cultural diversity that over the years has been present island: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Muslims have contaminated and modeled throughout its structure. Also from here you can enjoy a fabulous view!
3) St. Josef Sa talaia The town of St. Joseph is located in the south of Ibiza and is particularly rich in beaches and coves. The best known and the most beautiful are Cala Vedella, Cala Bassa and Cala Comte. Here you can swim in the surprisingly clear water. In many of these bays nudism is practiced.
4) Sant Joan de Portmany San Joa is a small village with rich cliffs and coves but also of churches built according to the local architectural canons. You can enjoy trekking here and really enjoy fantastic views.
5) Santa Eulalia des Riu In Santa Eulalia you will find the only river in the Balearic Islands that allows the correct operation of mills grouped at the foot of the Puig de Missa. In Santa Eulalia you will find the most beautiful churches of Porxos Balearic Islands, the typical pergola where citizens would gather before or after church services. His impressive strong Ballester , of which there remain some walls and the Torre de Campanitx, was designed in the eighteenth century. Some mills have been restored and can be visited while in Trull ca de n’Andreu you can visit a private museum on the history of agriculture in the island.
Where to shop Walking in the streets that line the harbor choice in terms of shopping is really wide and can satisfy all types of customers and wallets, jewelry shops on the stalls of street worthy Montenapoleone. Vicente Ganesha (C / A Mongrando 14) you will find tunics, shirts, pants by strong colors, soft fabrics and light that refer to the oriental style, there are also necklaces beads and a careful selection of vintage clothing and jewelry.
Holala!, located in the market square on the border with the old town, on the other hand is a store dedicated entirely to vintage where it is worthwhile to browse through the stands full of clothes, military uniforms, Hawaiian shirts, tank tops and colorful costumes of silk fluttering on the cover adjacent side of the square there is also Antik Batik (Plaza Vila, 2) that sells fabrics and decorated with beads, rhinestones and sequins or tunics adorned with leather details. Sandal Shop instead is the paradise of sandal, there of all types and for all budgets!