The Ibiza Guide
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!
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.
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)
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
Day in Ibiza
The beauty of this island shouldn’t be overlooked, take a trip and find the abundance of secret beaches to be explored either on foot, by rental car/moped, or by boat.
Soak up the hot Mediterranean sun in one of Ibiza’s many stunning beach clubs. Don’t forget to hit up Ibiza Sol House’s infinity pool, or Ocean Beach Ibiza, Nikki Beach, and Ibiza Rocks for something with live performances from global stars.
Ibiza hosts some of the best day parties in the world, including: Ushuaia, Destino, and the Zoo Project.
Evening in Ibiza
Evenings in Ibiza are especially beautiful, the sunsets truly breathtaking.
Watch the Balearic sunset from Cafe Mambo, a particularly popular spot for evening dining, or even hire a boat for the afternoon to finish the day in style… And the cocktails at Mambo are incredible.
Alternatively Eivissa Old Town is a beautiful place to spend your evening, dine on tapas and paella. Visit the night markets and stare at a view to die for from the Dalt Vila.
Night in Ibiza
Ibiza is the home to some of music’s most futuristic sounds, alongside music produced by what can only be described as music legends. The combination sees exceptional music thrive on the island, whilst playing homage to so many of the sounds we have celebrated throughout the decades.
Infamous superclubs with multiple stages and arenas, will often rival most music festivals with absolutely ridiculous line-ups.
See legends play, experience the Ibiza party and then spend the day relaxing on the beach. These are a few of the places we recommend: the famous Amnesia, Pacha for a little R&B, Hi (formerly Space), DC10, and Ushuaia. I mean you can’t come to Ibiza and not visit these clubs.
Places to Explore in Ibiza
If you plan to treat yourself make sure you take a day out to hop on a boat to Formenterra a breathtaking beach that outshines it Balearic sister.
Don’t miss out on the Punta Arabí Hippy Market on Wednesdays in Es Caná and the Las Dalias Hippy Market on Saturday… The handmade jewellery is to die for (or, just worth the trip).
The most beautiful and majestic mystery of the island is Es Vedra, said to be the third most magnetic spot on the planet. The most marvellous myth is that this 400 meter rock is the tip of the sunken civilisation of Atlantis. View via the platform or beach at Cala D’Hort.