The Ibiza Guide

Magic

Embrace the magical, care-free character of Ibiza. So infectious that it draws people back time after time – ask anyone who has ever visited this Balearic beauty!

Hippie

Ibiza, the original hippy playground from the 70’s. Discover the famous Es Vedra rock is a place of natural beauty, intense power, and the people surrounding it.

Stunning

The transparent blue seas and secret beaches combined with stunning sunsets is the reason nomads return to the White Isle year after year.

Tribe's Ibiza Key facts

The Vibe

Hippie culture and late nights

The talking points

Sunsets and DJs

Currency

Euro €

Airport

Ibiza

Language

Spanish

Famous for

It's music / Herbias liquor

Risks

Always get a licensed taxi after a late night

Most famous resident

Fatima Rull(Reality star)

Hot Spots

Our favourite spot is the south of the island. Playa Den Bossa is the party hub and hangout for the glitterati. Slightly further along the coast you’ll discover Eivissa, the old town equipped with it’s own castle!

The most popular area for young nomads is North East of the island with San Antonio the hub for lounging on the beach, eating good food and plenty of late night drinking. 

Bare in mind that the majority of the islands late night hot spots are South of the island with taxis from the South to the Old Town costing between 20-40 Euros per way

Hot Spots

Our favourite spot is the south of the island. Playa Den Bossa is the party hub and hangout for the glitterati. Slightly further along the coast you’ll discover Eivissa, the old town equipped with it’s own castle!

The most popular area for young nomads is North East of the island with San Antonio the hub for lounging on the beach, eating good food and plenty of late night drinking. 

Bare in mind that the majority of the islands late night hot spots are South of the island with taxis from the South to the Old Town costing between 20-40 Euros per way

Hot Spots

Our favourite spot is the south of the island. Playa Den Bossa is the party hub and hangout for the glitterati. Slightly further along the coast you’ll discover Eivissa, the old town equipped with it’s own castle!

The most popular area for young nomads is North East of the island with San Antonio the hub for lounging on the beach, eating good food and plenty of late night drinking. 

Bare in mind that the majority of the islands late night hot spots are South of the island with taxis from the South to the Old Town costing between 20-40 Euros per way

Hot Spots

Our favourite spot is the south of the island. Playa Den Bossa is the party hub and hangout for the glitterati. Slightly further along the coast you’ll discover Eivissa, the old town equipped with it’s own castle!

The most popular area for young nomads is North East of the island with San Antonio the hub for lounging on the beach, eating good food and plenty of late night drinking. 

Bare in mind that the majority of the islands late night hot spots are South of the island with taxis from the South to the Old Town costing between 20-40 Euros per way

Hot Spots

Our favourite spot is the south of the island. Playa Den Bossa is the party hub and hangout for the glitterati. Slightly further along the coast you’ll discover Eivissa, the old town equipped with it’s own castle!

The most popular area for young nomads is North East of the island with San Antonio the hub for lounging on the beach, eating good food and plenty of late night drinking. 

Bare in mind that the majority of the islands late night hot spots are South of the island with taxis from the South to the Old Town costing between 20-40 Euros per way

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