There are a stack of clubs and club nights to choose from but here are a select few to check out. Keep in mind that entry into the bigger clubs can cost in the region of €50.
Probably the most well known club on the island, if not the world, the Sunday parties on the Space terrace are legendary. Beginning during the day, some of the best DJs come to play to a crazy crowd. The Sunday party is a must while other events at Space include a weekly residency by Carl Cox.
Another club with an outdoor terrace, Mondays at DC10 are recommended for the Circo Loco party. Minimal beats and maximal craziness – they don’t call it loco for nothing.
You’ll be hard pressed to find a better looking nightclub then Pacha. Its grand white walls give the club a villa-like feel and the parties there are all about sexy house music. Club nights include parties like Defected, David Guetta’s F*** Me I’m Famous and Pure Pacha.
Not your average beach bar, Bora Bora packs the punters in as they dance the day away in the sand while the occasional aeroplane flies over head at what feels like just metres above. Best of all it’s free.
Sunset at Café del Mar
Head to San Antonio and watch the sun set over the ocean while listening to chilled out tunes from nearby bars. Once the sun drops, fire dancers generally come out to entertain the crowds in hope of earning a couple of Euros.
Take a ferry to check out the neighbouring islands of Formentera.
Go to the beach
There are plenty of places to cool down in the ocean seeing the island is surrounded by the Med. The best way to discover good swimming spots is by car, but you’ll never be too far from somewhere to take a dip. Playa d’en Bossa is a good sandy beach on the southeast side of the island.
You can spend hours wandering through Ibiza Town’s pretty cobbled streets where you’ll be met with restaurants, bars over-spilling with people, shopping and a gorgeous waterfront.