No raves? No problem!
On Wednesday 17th June it was officially declared by the Spanish government that big clubs in Ibiza would not be allowed to open in 2020 unless a coronavirus vaccine is found.
What followed was a quagmire of abysmal reports from various media groups (they know who they are), stating that Ibiza season’s dead or finished and the island was closed for the summer.
However, In reality, the situation is entirely different and on the whole looking very positive. Smaller venue’s with 300 person capacity will be allowed to open, as well as a heap of bars, restaurants, beach clubs and more. Ibiza 2020 is open for business from July, and we can’t be more excited.
The White Isle offers so much more besides the super clubs, and while they are closed (for now), there’s still plenty to do and enjoy. We’ve rounded up our top 50 in the list below.
Take a selfie at Ibiza Airport when you first land.
Shop for hidden gems at the Las Dalias hippy markets.
Wander and lose yourself in the pretty streets of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town.
Make a toast to good health with an ice-cold ‘chupito’ (shot) of Hierbas Ibicencas.
Eat mouth-watering paella at The Boat House in Cala San Vincente.
Cliff drive into the sea from the rocks at Cala Tarida.
Ferry across to Ibiza’s sister isle, the stunning beautiful Formentera.
Get a full-body suntan at the nude beach in Agua Blancas.
Tuck into a tasty homemade ham sandwich at Bar Costa.
Find and ride the secret rope swing at Cala Xarraca.
Enjoy a cold beer and watch the sunset from Kumharas.
Stuff yourself full with bread and alioli garlic dip.
Swim in the crystal clear waters of Cala Saledeta
Wonder at Ibiza’s most famous landmark, the magical Es Vedrà.
Explore the island off-road by quad bike on the Emove Ibiza tour.
Experience a cabaret dinner and show evening at Lío.
Charter a yacht for the day and coast along the Mediterranean sea.
Discover the deserted ruins of the Festival Club.
Brush up on your Spanish and have a chat with the locals.
Treat yourself to an artisan dessert at the locally-loved Punto Gelato.
Share a plethora of tapas plates with friends at La Bodega.
Search out Sa Caleta’s abandoned bunkers and cave tunnel.
Trot across the Ibizan countryside on an Ibiza Horse Valley steed.
Indulge in champagne VIP luxury at the famous O Beach.
Snap a pic of Time & Space (Ibiza Stonehenge) and Fatima’s Door for your Instagram.
Scout the coastline for the ancient pirate watchtowers.
Hike up to Ibiza’s highest point and enjoy the vistas from Sa Talaia.
Show your body some love with a Spa day at Hacienda Na Xamena.
Help keep Ibiza litter-free by participating in a beach clean.
Spend a day laying back in the sunken pool beds at Destino.
Trek to the northern lighthouse of Portinatx.
Watch the sun go down over ‘God’s finger’ at Benirrás.
Tour the spectacular Can Marça Caves filled with rock formations.
Live the ‘Club Tropicana’ lifestyle drinking cocktails at Pikes.
Spend a fun-filled beach day on the golden shores of Playa d’en Bossa.
Ramble down to the impressive Sa Pedrera, Ibiza’s very own Atlantis.
Sip on a post-lunch cup of traditional Caleta coffee.
Listen to sunbed beats at Ibiza Rocks Hotel‘s poolside sessions.
Grab some popcorn and watch a drive-in movie with Cinema Paradiso Ibiza.
Stroll down the Santa Eulalia promenade and find the ‘Kevin and Perry restaurant’.
Snorkle the aqua blue reefs of Punta Galera.
Buy some hand-made folk espadrille shoes at the Sant Josep markets.
Conquer the ‘stairway to heaven’ to reach the Mirador viewpoint.
Devour delicious Bullit de Peix at Port de Balansat.
Beach hop for the day on a Float Your Boat cruise.
Go flamingo spotting at the Salinas Salt flats.
Taste perfect mixed alcoholic concoctions at Paradise Lost.
Take a walking expedition across the White Isle with Walking Ibiza.
Learn about Ibiza’s plant life and herbs on a Camino Verde workshop.
Sample craft beers made on the island at the Ibosim Brewhouse.