Ibiza Town, Dalt Villa (The old town) – well worth the climb for panoramic views of the town and surrounding areas but would avoid during midday heat! Narrow streets with individual shops and friendly bars/restaurants. The Cathedral is open mornings and afternoon but closes daily for siesta.
Santa Eulalia – the town generally, lots of restaurants and lovely beach. You will need parasols if desired as not provided on this beach. Lifeguards present during summer months. Museum of Ibiza history is located near the church
Cala LLonga beach – one of the best beaches on Ibiza for children, can hire beds/parasols or just use your towels. Lifeguard during the summer months. Couple of beach bars. Pedalos available
The C`an Marca Caves, Sant Miguel - well worth a trip if you have hired a car. Lots of steps down to entrance so not very suitable for people with restricted ability but interesting.
Es Vedra – a truly magical and mystical place to visit, especially for a sunset but only accessabile by car
Café Del Mar, Sant Antonio – the best sunset in Ibiza. Drinks are very expensive so either take your own or drink slowly, but worth it!! You can take your own drinks onto the beach and still enjoy the setting. Beach entertainers also work here on some nights. Don’t forget your camera!
Aguamar – the water park. Located near the airport and Playa D`en Bossa. Large selection of flumes, slides and pools for all ages as well as sun beds. Entry tickets can be purchased through PIMs office
Go Karting– Sta Eulalia and San Antonio – great fun, reasonable prices, avoid wearing flip flops – open all day
Land trains – can be found in Cala llonga, Santa Eulalia, San Antonio and Es Canar. Gives a two hour guided trip round rural areas with history along the way. Stops for a drink (included) half way round.
Diving – Scuba/snorkelling and PADI courses/lessons available through Punta Dive. Local centre based in Es Canar but if you contact them on 971 336 726 or 616 234 444 they may be able to make more local arrangements.
Benirras Beach – On Sunday evenings a group of bongo drummers descend on this beautiful cove near to San Miguel to set the scene to the sunset over the Illa Murada (“Gods Finger”). A couple of nice bars/restaurants with very friendly service and a good beach. Can get busy during the summer!!
Playa d`en Bossa – Vibrant area of clubs and music bars together with a good beach. Also has access to one of the remaining watch towers which has been restored and contains historical information about their presence.
Ses Salinas – Nature reserve which also includes some stunning beaches and the salt flats. Parking can be a bit tight during the summer though!
Cala Llenya – One of the many beautiful beaches on the island. Good facilities and normally plenty of room to enjoy the beach! Also has a Sunday morning “car boot sale”!!