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What to see in Ibiza in 3 days – Culture, beaches and entertainment

Flight 343 to Ibiza for 3 unforgettable days. Gentlemen passengers, fasten your seatbelts because we are going to go through an article where we will recommend you what you should not miss in your 3-day itinerary in the fantastic Mediterranean island.

Is Ibiza your next getaway destination? Are you already planning your next holiday? Today we propose a 3-day itinerary in Ibiza. The Mediterranean island. The White Island. You will be able to enjoy the best beaches, its culture and its leisure area.

Three days where you will discover the island from one end to the other. We hope you find it useful!

Useful tips for your trip to Ibiza

Before we get to the things to do in Ibiza for 3 days, we’re going to give you a few tips that are sure to come in handy before you start packing your bags and boarding flight 343.

  • What is the best way to get around the island? The eternal question that tourists ask themselves before setting foot on the island. Yes, there is public transport and it is very good. However, the best way to get around Ibiza is by renting a car. You will be able to visit every part of the island, without depending on timetables.
  • Sunscreen? Yes, yes and three times yes. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen, especially if you’ll be spending a lot of time outdoors – the Ibiza sun can be relentless!
  • Book in advance: If you plan to visit well-known clubs or restaurants or go on an excursion, it is advisable to make reservations in advance, especially during the high season.
  • Don’t limit yourself to the best known. Explore. We know that there are beaches that are a must on your trip to Ibiza, but don’t forget that it has many hidden treasures. Small coves, less crowded streets. Get to know a quieter and more authentic Ibiza.

Day 1 - Things to see in Ibiza

To begin our experience in Ibiza, we are going to take advantage of the opportunity for a quieter and more cultural tourism. We will get to know the part of Ibiza that is not just beaches, coves and sunsets. Once we leave our suitcases in our accommodation, it’s time to take our camera, good shoes and start our journey:

Visit to Dalt Vila (Upper Town)

Start your trip by exploring Ibiza’s historic charm in Dalt Vila, the fortified old town. Wander through the narrow cobbled streets as you admire the medieval architecture and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views from the ramparts.

  • The cathedral of Santa María de las Nieves
  • The Town Hall, housed in the Can Botino building, a former Dominican convent
  • Ibiza’s castle and bastions

Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Ibiza, also known as the MACE, is a must for art lovers visiting the island. Located in the heart of Ibiza Town, this museum offers a fascinating window into the art scene that defines the island’s culture.

The museum’s collection includes works by both local and international artists, each bringing their own unique vision of the world and the essence of Ibiza.

In addition to its permanent collection, the MACE also hosts temporary exhibitions that offer a fresh and dynamic look at the latest artistic trends and movements.

Lunch in the port of Ibiza

After exploring Dalt Vila, head to the port of Ibiza to enjoy a delicious lunch at one of the restaurants by the sea. Enjoy fresh seafood dishes and savour authentic Ibicencan cuisine while watching the boats go by.

If you want to get your trip off to a good start, don’t forget to try typical Ibizan dishes such as sobrasada ibicenca or ensalada payesa.

Afternoon at the hippie market in Las Dalias

One of the most recommended activities to do on the first day you visit the island is to go to Ibiza’s hippy markets. For this day we suggest you go and immerse yourself in the bohemian atmosphere of the hippie market of Las Dalias.

Here you’ll find a variety of stalls selling everything from handmade clothes and jewellery to local produce and live music. It is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon of shopping and local culture. Take the opportunity to buy original souvenirs!

Day 2 - Relax on the beaches of Ibiza

After the first day, where we will have achieved our goal of 10,000 steps, it’s time to spend the second day a little more relaxed. Today we will get to know the beaches of Ibiza!

Morning at Ses Salines beach

To start the second day… You have to get up early! Today you will live an experience you will never forget thanks to Ses Salines beach, one of the most famous and emblematic of Ibiza.

As soon as you arrive, you will be impressed by what you will see: a long stretch of golden sand bathed by crystal clear blue waters.

You can choose to lay your towel on the soft sand and sunbathe while listening to the gentle murmur of the waves, or dive into the calm waters to cool off and enjoy a revitalising swim in the sea.

And if you feel like refreshing yourself, there is a wide variety of beach bars where you can enjoy cocktails and delicious dishes.

Excursion to the island of Es Vedrà

After recharging your batteries in Ses Salines, it’s time to embark on an exciting excursion to the mysterious island of Es Vedrà. This impressive rock formation, rising majestically from the sea, has captured the imagination of visitors and locals alike for centuries.

The island of Es Vedrà is shrouded in an aura of mystery and magic, and is said to possess energetic and healing properties. During your excursion, you’ll be able to admire this stunning natural wonder up close as you sail through crystal clear waters and take in the breathtaking views of the Ibiza coastline on the horizon.

Sunset in Cala Comte

After returning from your excursion to Es Vedrà, another magical moment awaits you: enjoying a spectacular sunset in Cala Comte. This beautiful cove, with its turquoise waters and white sand, is the perfect place to relax and watch the stunning play of colours that paint the sky at sunset.

Dinner in Sant Antoni de Portmany

After a day full of excitement and natural beauty, it’s time to satisfy your appetite with a delicious dinner in the charming village of Sant Antoni de Portmany. With a wide variety of restaurants offering everything from traditional local cuisine to international fusion dishes, you’ll find something to suit all tastes and culinary preferences.

Enjoy al fresco dining on a terrace overlooking the sea, or immerse yourself in the cosy and lively atmosphere of the local restaurants as you indulge in a selection of flavours and aromas that reflect Ibiza’s cultural diversity.

Without a doubt, a dinner in Sant Antoni de Portmany will be the perfect finishing touch to your second day in Ibiza.

Day 3 - Leisure on the island of Ibiza

All good things come to an end and our trip to Ibiza was not going to be any less. Today it’s time to say goodbye to the island with 3 plans to end the trip on a high note. The icing on the cake. The best.

Hiking route in the north of Ibiza

To start your day with energy, we invite you to embark on an exciting hiking tour through the breathtaking scenery of the north of the island. This stretch of Ibiza is known for its unspoilt natural beauty, where rugged terrain combines with steep cliffs, dense forests and panoramic views that will take your breath away.

During your hike, you will have the opportunity to discover breathtaking landscapes, explore hidden caves and marvel at the diversity of flora and fauna that inhabit this region.

Visit to a local farm

After your adventure in nature, it’s time to immerse yourself in the authenticity of rural Ibicencan life with a visit to a local farm. Here you will have the opportunity to learn about the island’s traditional agriculture and get a close look at the process of growing the fresh, organic produce that forms part of Ibiza’s rich gastronomy.

During your visit, you can stroll through the fields and orchards, interact with local farmers and learn about traditional farming techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation. You will also have the opportunity to sample a selection of fresh, organic produce grown on the farm, from fruit and vegetables to olive oil and local wine, for an authentic and delicious dining experience.

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Party night in Ibiza's best clubs

Don’t worry! You won’t leave Ibiza without getting to know its nightlife. This island is also known for its nightlife. For its pubs and discotheques. Many of them have a terrace to make you one of their famous cocktails!

From legendary venues such as Pacha and Amnesia, to the most intimate and exclusive clubs, Ibiza offers an unrivalled nightlife experience that is sure to be the highlight of your trip.

Immerse yourself in Ibiza’s nightlife scene, where music, fun and positive energy merge to create a unique and unforgettable experience. Dance until dawn to the rhythm of the best international DJs, enjoy live shows.

It’s time to pack up again and go home. But, don’t forget, Ibiza never goes away. It will always be waiting to welcome you with open arms and to continue discovering its hidden treasures.