Past August (2021) I spend 7 days in Ibiza. I’ve been here multiple times before so our goal was to see as much as possible in our 7 days. We rented a car through Sunny Cars, and drove around the entire island. We stayed at the Playasol Marco Polo 1 hotel in San Antonio. Due to covid restrictions we were required to wear a mask everywhere inside and on locations with a lot of people, so make sure to take enough masks with you.
First we stopped by some family before going to the beach of Cala Llonga. We had a picnic for lunch at the Playa d’Bossa. Afterwards we drove to Es Vedra, which was highly overcrowded. I would recommend to go early in the evening instead of during sunset. After the sunset we went back to San Antonio to have dinner at the boulevard.
For the second day we planned a lot of stops to make sure we saw the northern part of Ibiza. First we went to Punta Arabi the famous hippy market in Es Canar. I went here before but due to covid restrictions, there were only limited amount of people aloud in which made the experience better. After the hippy market we went to the most northern point Portinatx where we went to the beach and the lighthouse. Then we drove to Cala Xarraca and then Cala Benirràs. Both beaches as beautiful and nice to spend a day at the beach. For diner we went to Wi-Ki-Woo in San Antonio. 100% recommend reserving there and have diner. Good food, good music, kind staff and perfect for photo’s.
The third day we wanted to relax a bit more, and choose to spend the day at Cala Gracie beach. It is a beautiful beach very close to San Antonio. In the evening we went to Eivissa (Ibiza city) and walked up to Dalt Vila. Dalt Vila is the old city of Ibiza, very good for photo’s. With small streets, many restaurants and a good view of Eivissa. We had some good tapas for diner. Be aware that parking has a limit of two hours, there are a few free parking locations for you to park longer.
We decided to visit one of the most popular beaches of Ibiza, Cala Bassa. Is it worth the hype? I think it is a lovely beach but not my favorite. In the afternoon we went to Time and Space and Puertas can solei two really cool locations. For diner we went to Santa Eularia, Chico’s Pizza.
We wanted to go to Formenterra, but the prices were very high and we were not allowed to bring our rental car. So we went to Playa de See Salines. One of the most beautiful beaches of Ibiza, all the way in the south. With good weather you can see the island of Formenterra. We went for a second evening to Eivissa and finished our day at the boulevard of San Antonio.
We loved the beach of Playa de See Salines so we went there for a second day. We spend our diner at Cala d’Hort, where you have a good view on Es Vedra. Definitely go here for a beautiful sunset. We ended our day at Ibiza Rocks in San Antonio.
We only had half a day, due to our flight back home. But we made to most of it. It was cloudy weather in the morning so we choose to go to a Sal de Ibiza shop, and Eivissa before going to the airport.