Ibiza, the white island

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If you are looking for a place to spend your next vacation or a few days of relaxation, we make it easy, Ibiza is the destination you are looking for. There are many reasons why you should visit Ibiza. In addition to its well-known nightlife, Ibiza also has a large number of activities that can be enjoyed during the day.

On the other hand, it is quite a special destination, since Ibiza can be enjoyed by car and also by boat. The latter is much easier thanks to boat rentals. If you want to enjoy Ibiza from another point of view, you have the opportunity to enjoy yacht rentals or catamaran rentals to tour the island in a different way.

In the same way that happens with sailboat rentals in Formentera, if you have already known Ibiza and have traveled its roads, now the best thing to do is to sail its waters thanks to boat rentals in Ibiza. This was an activity that, until a few years ago, was reserved for a privileged few. Fortunately, thanks to yacht charter in Ibiza, anyone can enjoy these advantages.

Why is Ibiza the white island?

One of the most common questions many tourists ask about Ibiza is why it is known as the white island. This term was coined by Santiago Rusiñol, a multifaceted Catalan artist who came to call Ibiza the white island after his visit to the island in 1912.

The main reason behind this term is the particular architecture of the island. The large number of white facades covered with lime is quite striking. This Ibizan art manages to create some of the most recognizable panoramas of the island itself where white is the predominant color in each of them.

What can you do in Ibiza?

Besides being able to enjoy the Ibiza-Formentera charter, Ibiza is an island that has a wide variety of possibilities to enjoy both day and night. There is no doubt that in Ibiza you can find some of the best nightclubs in Europe, being able to find parties almost all year round.

The best DJ’s in the world regularly come to play in Ibiza and the good weather that accompanies the island, allow the clubs to be really spectacular. Open discos, with swimming pool, foam parties… the party that you can find in Ibiza is hardly comparable to the rest of the world, but, fortunately, not everything is party in Ibiza.

That is why one of the places we recommend you to visit is Dalt Vila. This city has been declared a World Heritage Site since 1999. It is the first town where the Phoenicians settled and, throughout history, many civilizations have left their mark on it.

For this reason you can find Arab art, medieval walls … a variety of bastions of the sixteenth century that served to defend the city and its neighborhoods. In this high part of the historical city of Ibiza stands out its Mediterranean gothic cathedral with a baroque interior. Also interesting is the Archaeological Museum of Ibiza, the Ethnographic Museum and the Punic Necropolis of Puig des Molins.

Another thing you have to do if you visit Ibiza is to stroll through its hippie markets. This is more than a tradition since here you can find a lot of souvenirs of the island itself to buy as souvenirs. Taking a stroll through these markets is one of the most nostalgic things you can do in the city.

Of course, it’s not all about sightseeing and museums, as Ibiza also has a good gastronomic variety to enjoy. It is an island, so the importance of fish in the dishes is evident. For this reason, one of the best dishes you can taste is fish stew.

If you are one of those who do not like fish, you also have other different traditional dishes such as arroz de matanza. We also recommend you to try the sofrito payés and for dessert the Flaó.

If you want to take some typical product home to enjoy at home or to give as a gift, we recommend you to bring sobrasada, Ibicencan cheeses or salt from Ibiza. You can also take a good liqueur of Ibicencan herbs, wines from Ibiza and, of course, a good olive oil from Ibiza, being its traditional variety the empeltre olive.

What are the best beaches in Ibiza?

Finally, we cannot finish an article about Ibiza without talking about some of the best beaches. You can enjoy these beaches much more aboard a sailboat or catamaran, if you do not want to suffer the crowds of tourists on the sand.

One of the best coves you can visit is Cala Salada next to its neighbor Cala Saladeta. They are two pleasant coves that are considered some of the best beaches in Ibiza. While Cala Salada is usually more crowded, Cala Saladeta is usually a little quieter and you can access it without any problem if you have a sailboat.

Another nice place to visit is the Conta Beaches. These beaches are formed by Cala Conta and Racó d’en Xic, a cove typical of a postcard photograph. One of the peculiarities of these coves are the beauty of the environment that surrounds them, in addition to the waters, you will be delighted with the landscape that surrounds these two coves.

Finally, the Cala de San Vicente. This cove is sheltered by mountains, which makes it a great place, where the wind hardly blows, which stands out for its calm and blue waters. A great cove to go with the family and spend a nice and quiet time while bathing in its crystal clear waters or take something to cool off on the terraces of the promenade.

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