Exploring Ibiza By Day

We all know that Ibiza is a place that never sleeps and is all about the nightlife. It’s title of the party capital of Europe is well earned, no one doubts that it is the ultimate destination for party lovers. What many people to fail to talk about is just how good the island is during the day, so whether you’re looking to relax or find a way to get rid of the effects of the previous night, Ibiza has something for everyone.


It would be a real crime to go on a weekend break to Ibiza and not get up early to explore what the island has to offer. This diverse place has a variety of different landscapes and activities that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The only things that you must know is exactly where to look! To help you on your way I have drawn up a list of the top 3 things that you can do during the day in Ibiza.

Go deep

As with most amazing islands that are blesses with magical beaches, Ibiza has some of the best waters to dive in Europe. If you’re a seasoned or pro or a complete novice you can still have a great day out underneath the waves. There are plenty of diving companies with a wealth of experience and great tours to make your day special. If diving isn’t your thing then you can head to the local shop and grab your googles and snorkel, then hit one of the many bays to enjoy snorkelling.

Get cultural

The older side of Ibiza is known as Dalt Vila, which directly translated means ‘High Town.’ From its name you can tell that this half of the city is located in the higher part of the island. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so you know it’s going to be a great place to explore the history and culture of Ibiza. You will find many different types of architecture, museums and also art in this part of town.

Sip the day away

A trip to Ibiza wouldn’t be complete without tasting the local tipple. Ibiza is blesses with the perfect climate to grow grapes, this is why you will see so many vineyards spread across the island. It’s always a good idea to head off to vineyard for a day of tasting and learning about the local wine. My favourite has to be Sant Mateu, it’s not the easiest to get to but it’s certainly the best.


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