An island with two faces and the star of the Balearics, Ibiza is truly what you make of it. Pass the day lounging on the sun beds and swimming the crystal waters in the world’s best beaches. By lunch, you will have an array of delightful beachfront chiringuito restaurants and Michelin star restaurants to choose from. Always fresh, the gastronomy of Ibiza is something that can not be ignored during your visit.
In it’s true form, Ibiza is a soulful island - known as the white isle, you can see the whitewashed houses or fincas in the countryside towns.
Entering the port of Ibiza, you are greeted by the distant ringing of the cathedral bell in the towering old city of Dalt Vila which dates back to the Phoenicians. Get lost in the curving cobblestone passageways adorned in cafes and little boutiques. From the top, you can gaze across the islands and take in the fresh sea breeze. Sail to the north of the island to Bennirras to see the famous sky high rock formation locally known as ¨God’s Finger”.
Stand amongst nature to see the famous Golden sunsets at Es Vedra. This rock formation towers tall from the coast of Ibiza, where in its pure beauty and the silence that surrounds you, you truly feel like you have reached nirvana. Sailing around the island only takes a day, but with hundreds of small calas to choose from, you can beach hop for days. The crystal waters offer the perfect environment for water sports. Snorkel the sea to sea spectacular wildlife including dolphins and the famous protected Posidonia which bless the island with the clear waters it is so famous for.
When the sun goes down, Ibiza transforms into a different island. Famous for its nightlife, there are endless options to pass the night in one of the world’s most famous nightclubs. Dine at the famous LIO or Heart where the dining room transforms into a club at the blink of an eye. With some of the best parties in the world, boho-chic villas of the countryside, the white island is a destination that pleases everyone.
With a close proximity to Ibiza, Formentera is easily reached in a half hour by yacht. The perfect getaway from the buzz of Ibiza, Formentera is the smallest of the islands, with a length of only 20 km. Ibiza’s sister island is possibly the most relaxed destination in the world. Time slows down the minute you step foot on the sands of Formentera. The island seduces you with it’s crystal clear Mediterranean waters in some of the world’s best beaches. The beauty of Formentera is found in its natural ways, with glistening pink salt flats, rustic fisherman houses lining the coasts, and the one road that circles the island. Known as the hippy getaway of the 70’s, Formentera maintains that care-free attitude and simplicity without having to put in much effort.
Known for its bohemian vibe, Formentera is the perfect location to let go, dig your feet into the cool sand and bathe in sunshine. Off the coast of Formentera, there are many caves to discover, especially in the famous Cala Saona. Snorkel the blue waters and discover the undersea world of the various vibrant schools of fish. With some of the best restaurants lining the famous beach of Ses Illetes, Formentera is a complete delight in itself. Wade in the waters all day and make your way back onto the beach when you work up an appetite. Sip cocktails at the world famous Beso Beach or delight in a paella at the spectacular Juan y Andrea. These celebrity studded beachfront bars are globally known and never disappoint. Continue your way to the highest point of the island, Pilar de La Mola, which is home to the cacti gardens and lighthouse locally known as the Faro de fin de mun ¨Lighthouse of the end of the World¨. Formentera is unlike any destination in the world. With it’s beauty and tranquillity, this island is the epitome of relaxation.