By Rianna Clark, June 7, 2016
The sunset of Ibiza is without a doubt one of the most stunning views in the world, whether it’s to the sounds of drums at Benirras, along the sunset strip in San An or at our very own sunset roof garden, we can guarantee this sunset will fill both your heart and your iPhone storage.
Legend has it the famous landmark Es Vedra is the tip of the sunken civilisation of Atlantis and is the third most magnetic point in the world, meaning even a sailors compass won’t work near this magical rock. Over the years many people have also claimed to see UFOs and mermaids here (who really knows) but you’re sure to feel the mystical energy of this rock on a visit.
A smaller, quieter and more Southerly island that is easily reachable by ferry. Formentera is a beautiful destination favoured by hippies, known for its stunning white beaches that could easily be mistaken for those of the Caribbean. It’s also full of nudists beaches! (If thats what you’re in to)
Because you can’t really hire a jetski on the Thames. Take advantage of what the island has to offer with a banana boats, parasailing and jet skis. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, there’s always our very own Total wipeout course Ocean Mania if you’re in need of a morning after thrill !
One of the island’s top attractions, the Hippie Market is the ideal destination to pick up a gem for all your clothing, jewellery and artefact needs. Full of handcrafted wonders, it’s a place where no one would even bat an eyelid if you came back boasting a multi-coloured, tasseled and sequinned poncho, a healing crystal, or an ornament made form recycled waste!
A medieval fortress with wonderful panoramic views, a treasure trove of history, mystery and discoveries, spanning 2,500 years are all encapsulated in this UNESCO World Heritage site. Expect aching thighs, killer views, and an obligatory stop for ice cream.
If you’re gonna dance ’til sunrise, it’s probably a good idea to make sure you’ve got some solid fuel to burn before hitting the bars and clubs. Luckily, Ibiza has an excellent culinary scene, full of fresh Mediterranean fruit, veg, meat and especially fresh fish and seafood! Funky tapas bars are pretty much on every corner but if you fancy more of a fusion cuisine then visit the restaurant at O Beach Ibiza where you can dine al fresco with our tantalising day menu.
Atlantis in Ibiza is opposite the island of Es Vedra. It’s notorious among the locals and those in the know as one of the spiritual cores of Ibiza. It’s toughgoing to get down there but totally worth it when you catch the sun shines on the structures where it appears that a city has sunk beneath the waters.
If partying isn’t quite your thing, or maybe it is and you’ve just done a little too much of it! Then head on down to one of the one of the most beautiful and tranquil spa and lifestyle retreats the island has to offer!
And last but not least, definitely the most obvious reason. O Beach Ibiza is here!
12 - 14 CARRER DES MOLI
07820 IBIZA, ILLES BALEARS
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