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The Hippy Hippy Shake
The influx of artisans into Ibiza in the sixties created a unique cultural mix that can still be seen today at the weekly Hippy Markets in Es Cana. From April to October there are hundreds of stalls selling handmade jewellery, clothing, gifts and leather goods on Wednesdays at the Club Punta Arabi. Expect live music, plenty of café bars and a step back into the Island’s bohemian past.
Watch the Sun Go Down
The incredible Ibizan sunset is famed for the crowds it draws to the infamous Sunset strip in San Antonio. Revellers flock here to either the Café bars such as Café Del Mar, Mambo, Kanya and the Golden Buddha for drinks and pre-club parties or chill on the beach to watch the sun set.
Hit the Clubs!
Ibiza is the undisputed global leader when it comes to nightlife, with incredible parties happening every night of the summer season from San Antonio in the south of the island, all the way to Playa d’en Bossa in the north.
Forget DJ Dave at your local - Ibiza draws the very best from across the world to take up residency at the island’s superclubs. And with an enormous rostrum of guest turns throughout every summer, the club scene is one of the major things to do in Ibiza.
Don’t fall into the trap of believing Ibiza is just for the young and lively; it offers plenty for families with gorgeous beaches, lots of family hotels and the Aguamar Water Park which is great fun for all the family.
Ibiza - Insider Tips
- Flight Time from UK:
- Approx. 2h 20min
- The island’s main airport is Ibiza Airport
- Opening Times:
- Most major shops and hypermarkets tend to be open all day and late into the evening in summer
- More traditional local shops are open from 9am – 2pm and 5pm – 8pm or 9pm on weekdays. However some shops stay open during the siesta (lunchtime)
- Banks are open from 8am - 2pm but close at weekends.
- August is the hottest month with average temperatures of 26°C . In January and February temperatures can average as low as 10°C
- Country code: +34
- Emergency Services Number: 112
- EU standard, 220 V
Getting around in Ibiza
Being an island, Ibiza’s pretty easy to get around and there are numerous forms of transport you can use.
- Car hire is plentiful in the major resorts and generally costs around £250 a week in high season for a family car.
- Buses run all over Ibiza and many until late into the night. Find out more about the Various bus services on the island here: http://www.ibizabus.com/.
- Moped / Quad Bike
- Hiring a Moped or a Quad Bike hire is cheaper than a car, but they’re but not suitable for children and in high season the roads are busy so can be dangerous to inexperienced riders.
- Taxis can be flagged down on the street and are easy to find in high season. Fares are on a meter, but it’s always safer to ask for an estimate before getting in. Fares also rise slightly after 9pm
Ibiza is the island of contrast; a Balearic paradise by day with a beautiful array of sandy coves and famous beaches on the Island coasts, complemented by rolling lush hills covered in pine trees and wild flowers. Yet by night the White Isle has a wild side, as the world’s greatest DJs fill Superclubs from dusk til dawn in San Antonio and Playa d’en Bossa.
For those who make it out in daylight hours, Ibiza attractions include the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town