Ibiza in 48 hours
The increase in flights between Ibiza and many other national and international airports has turned this island into a very attractive destination for a weekend getaway. If you only have 48 hours to discover Ibiza for the very first time and you’d like to make the most of your stay, check out the following plan that was specially thought out for travellers who wish to visit the island.
Day 1 - Western part of Ibiza
- 9:30 am. After breakfast and before going to the beach, visit San Antonio church that is a remarkable example of a fortified church on the island.
- 3:45 pm. Board the boat that goes back to San Antonio but get off at Cala Bassa (enquire about this when you buy your ticket), another breathtaking cove on the island. At 6:00 pm, head back to San Antonio on the last boat.
- 7:30 pm. Change into your evening clothes for a stroll along the San Antonio Promenade: it is nearly 3 kilometres long and surrounds most of the village’s charming bay. You can admire the famous sunset at San Antonio from one of its popular cafes, Café del Mar and Café Mambo.
- 9:00 pm. Try Ibiza’s traditional food at Es Rebots de Can Prats, a quiet restaurant only two blocks away from San Antonio church.
Día 2 – Eastern part of Ibiza
10:00 am. Pick up your rented car and explore the quieter side of Ibiza following the route that goes by Santa Agnés de Corona, Sant Mateu d’Albarca, Sant Miquel de Balansat, Sant Llorenç de Balàfia and Sant Carles de Peralta.
11:00 am. Spread your towel on the stunning beach of Aigües Blanques. If you’re not feeling too lazy, make a stop at d’es Figueral beach before lunch.
2:00 pm. Go to Fonda Pou des Lleó and order bullit de peix, a delicious and traditional fish stew that is followed by a typical rice dish (arroz a banda). Save dessert for the legendary Bar Anita in Sant Carles: a piece of flaó (mint cheesecake) served with a glass of Ibiza herb liqueur.
5:00 pm. Visit the Puig de Missa church in Santa Eulària des Riu, the best sample of a fortified church in Ibiza.
6:30 pm. Plunge into the waters of the splendid cove Cala d’Hort with a view of the legendary islet of Es Vedrá.
9:00 pm. Take a stroll through the quaint streets of Dalt Vila, the old part of Ibiza, and look over the city from the walls and the Cathedral square. For a special dinner, book a table at La Oliva.
11:00 pm. Walk down to the promenade called La Marina and Ibiza’s old harbour. Send the day off with a drink on the rooftop of Tira Pallá bar (Santa Llucia, 8) with a magnificent view of Dalt Vila.
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