Riverside walk in Santa Eulalia up to the 16th century church on Puig de Missa.
Gentle meandering walk along the riverbank through fields of wildflowers and orange trees. Discover on the way a free irrigation museum with examples of horizontal water wheels and ancient irrigation methods. The climax of the walk takes you up a steep incline to the 16th century church at the top of Puig de Missa with breathtaking views across the Ibiza landscape and out to sea.
Iglesia del Puig de Missa
Plaza de Lepanto, s/n, 07840 Santa Eulària des Riu, Islas Baleares, Spain
+34 971 33 00 72
Google map: bit.ly/12GaS7c
I think the Cardamom Club is the only restaurant in Ibiza that deserves to be considered master in true Indian Cusine.
Cardamom Club restaurant is situated in Santa Eularia Des Riu (this is the Catalàn name, the spanish name is Santa Eulalia Del Rio) on the east side of Ibiza, 15 km from Eivissa (Ibiza town).
Definitely a place to go for a trip on the beautiful east side of the island, a calmer place with a little more mature crowd.
Calle de la Sequia des Mallorqui, Santa Eularia Des Riu, Ibiza
Tel: +34 971 330 017
Open for dinner from 7.30 PM, Tuesday closed
If you really want to discover Ibiza, take a trip to the north and go walking around the beautiful northern coast.
Start with Portinatx where you will find lots of amazing coves with fantastic clear waters like Cala Xarraca and S'Arenal Petit, take a drive round to San Miguel where the views out onto the sea from cliff edges are really breathtaking and then drop down to the beaches around Benirass to watch the sunset. A truly wonderful day out.
One of the most chilled places I used to visit when I lived on the island. This restaurant is located above a beautiful cove with crystal clear, aquamarine waters. It's worth going for the views alone. Great food and chilled music complete the experience.
971 196 176;
Formentera is a very small island with a few wonderful shops and eating places but it is the beaches that are most memorable. Beautiful white sand and crystal clear waters. It's a little bit naughty but camping out over night on one of the otherwise deserted beaches to await the sunrise is a truly wonderful experience.
There are regular ferries from Ibiza Town to Formentera. The journey takes 20 minutes.
A magical seafood restaurant perched on the cliff side at Cala D'Hort beach in the south.
Overlooking the breathtaking Es Vedra island, the paella is the business and the view at sunset is a suitably fitting dessert.
tel: 626 494 537
Cafe Mambo is a legend in it's own cocktail hour. Expect to rub shoulders with the celebrity set while taking in Ibiza's legendary sunset. It's also where to catch the world's biggest DJs playing their warm up sets before heading on to Pacha.
This July it will be hosting guest DJ sets from Satoshi Tomiie, Hector Romero, Wally Lopez, Lisa Lashes (exclusive Dirty Breaks set), Axwell, Roger Sanchez and special guest Tom Novy. Be there and be the envy of your mates back home.
C/ Vara de Rey, San Antonio, Ibiza;
Sitting on the cliffs of Portinatx, the Northernmost point of Ibiza, looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. Make your way up for staggering sea views and pure solitude at sunset.
North of the island, great scenery, beaches and quiet (away from the noisier south). This is a great place to chill out, with very good restaurants. What more can I say?
In the island's north, about an hour's run from the airport;
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