Why Ibiza is one of the best island destinations

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Ibiza is not only about beaches and the best sailing! Not if you include the culture, cuisine, great climate, tranquil waters, music & incredible nightlife, and the chance to gaze upon unforgettable sunsets from the deck of a boat. 

In fact, UNESCO has included the island and its culture plus landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana on its list of World Heritage Sites. And let’s not forget its gastronomy – ensaimada pastries, Mahón cheese, herb liqueur, sobrassada sausage, a fish tumbet ratatouille or a lobster broth by the sea.

Ibiza has always been a refuge for unusual people: intellectuals, artists, and nonconformists. In the late 70’s a local musical style was born, the Balearic beat, which still persists. Therefore it is a great musical temple and a platform for gathering artists. The most renowned dj’s and producers; the latest bands and the classics always stop in Ibiza. A cradle of musical development and the talent of transformation in entertainment. Options for nightlife and daytime, for everyone and every budget.

Ibiza is one of the oldest urban environments of the western Mediterranean and the first of the Belearic archipelago. Its past is surprising and fundamental to understand its present cultural and social reality, through the mosaic of cultures that have occupied it continuously since 3700 B.C.

3000 Hectares of land and 13000 sea hectares has been a Natural park since 2001. An ecosystem of great wealth, a Special Protection Area for Birds with over 210 listed species: flamingos, storks, or the Balearic shearwater and salt as the clear protagonist.

Relax while you sail along the coast in an exclusive yacht! And then perhaps when you anchor experience the most authentic drums party in Benirrás. Your captain will navigate you along the coast comprising of only the wildest beaches!

   Best sailing in Ibiza highlights:


    Salada Cove

Salada Cove is a peaceful beach, with crystal waters and pines all around. There are several small and discreet coves that appear next to the beach. Numerous boats are usually anchored along its waters.

This island in the Balearics has a vast cultural richness as a result of the several invasions it has been subject to throughout the island’s history. The different monuments to visit are proof of this history, and allows us to picture the history of the island all the way through from the Punic period to the now modern times.


   Cala d’Albarca

This is a cove on the northern seaboard of the Spanish island. Within the cove is a rocky beach, and the breathtaking coastline is scattered with jutting boulders. One very impressive feature is a cracked natural arch. There are also many flat rocks and ledges close to the waters edge which are good sunbathing spots.


Better known by local veteran fishermen as port of Benirrás due to its sheltered cove, white sands and turquoise water. It offers one of the most spectacular sunsets when the sun goes down just behind a small island in the entrance of the cove. At night hundreds of people gather in Benirrás to play drums and dance over bonfires, an experience to behold.

Cala San Miguel

An important tourist place has developed around Cala San Miguel and it is a beach frequented by families. It is a perfect place to practise water sports, and has good restaurants where one can taste the best of the islands´gastronomy.


Magnetic and idyllic sunsets! Undoubted happiness and melancholy with the sea as a backdrop, while the sun hides in an array of colours, in absolute harmony with nature, and overwhelms us with an exhilarating sense of peace.

Ibiza is the perfect size to get lost and find oneself!

For full itinerary options, or for further information regarding best sailing, sunset and boating trips visit the Out There Global shop in conjunction with Viator, a Tripadvisor company.

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