Ibiza Top Picks | Hotelgift
Ibiza is one of the most popular summer travel destinations in the world. It is always rich in all kinds of events, parties, activities and opportunities to get that summer bronze on. Here are our top tips on enjoying your time there:
When to go?
Depends what you are after. While the party season is in full force throughout the July and August months, it is also the most expensive period to visit this island at. If you are not too bothered about splashing some cash, then head to Ibiza in August and you will be at the heart of all of the most exciting events.
If you want to explore Ibiza but are not looking to sacrifice buying avocado on toast to save up for your trip, you can go to Ibiza in September or early October. The two months are the cheapest to visit Ibiza during, and you will still be able to catch a tan in the mid 20 degrees heat.
Where to stay?
This hotel is a great spot for your trip. It is located right by the seafront near Santa Eulalia Bay and it just as relaxing as it is chic. They just finished renovating and this hotel is now equipped with a new rooftop pool, lounge beds for your tanning sessions and a gorgeous view.
Sunbathe on the beautiful terrace or take Sol Beach House on one of their experience offers. That includes a relaxing massage, taking part in outdoor pilates sessions for that much needed after party health kick or enjoy the live music sessions hosted by the hotel. The best thing about Sol Beach House Ibiza is that you can book it on our booking engine today ! 😉
Where to drink and eat?
For a more boho, beachy vibe head to the Beachouse. This bar/restaurant is also a concept store where you can buy beautiful clothes and accessories, followed by some deserved after-shopping cocktails in an ambient space.
Hungry? Es Torrent is a lovely restaurant overlooking the small bay and serving fresh seafood. This place has an interesting history dating back to 1984. Alternatively, you can visit a family run restaurant La Paloma. La Paloma serves Mediterranean cuisine in a little village of San Lorenzo. Go there if you want to experience some authentic food made with love.
What to do?
Besides clubbing and partying, Ibiza has a lot to give. You can hike up Sa Talaia – the tallest point in Ibiza, go cliff jumping at Cala Tarida or you can rent a kayak and explore Ibiza from the water.