Do you want to visit Ibiza, the most famous island of the Balearic archipelago? Discover 5 essential things to do during the day, for a memorable stay, from June 2022, Typic recommendations.


  • 1. Ibiza Old City, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 2. Most recommended beaches in Ibiza
  • 3. Hippie markets where and when.
  • 4. Savor the exquisite cuisine of Ibiza, Typic recommendations
  • 5. The Museums around the Island

Ibiza, has been to date known as the Island of Pines, is one of the largest islands of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Its main towns are Eivissa, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Santa Eulària des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany. 

Ibiza has an area of 572 km2 and is located 80 kilometers from the coast of Valencia. Its inhabitants are called Ibizans.

Come visit Ibiza and let yourself be captivated by the beauty of its landscapes. The clear blue of the Mediterranean Sea borders the beautiful island as if to preserve it. Take advantage of its dry, temperate and very sunny climate to have fun and relax. Come and spend an unforgettable vacation in this place known worldwide for its festive side but also for its incredible charm.

Are you looking for what to do in Ibiza? Let us guide you Typic Hotels, lists the 5 essential things to do and see during the day in Ibiza!

  1. UNESCO World Heritage Sites

If you come to visit Ibiza, you will find magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Among the most recommended are Eivissa, it is the local name in Catalan language, typical of the Balearic Islands, for the ancient city, with the Phoenician ruins of Sa Caleta or Dalt Vila.

Eivissa, also called the Old City, is definitely a must-see: at 2600 years old, it is known to be one of the oldest cities in the world. It is therefore, without a doubt, that Eivissa invites you to explore its narrow and beautiful typical streets, colorful and full of history, to which you will now be part of it...

  1. The beaches

What to do in Ibiza, when Is it hot? Going to the beach is one of the best ideas! If you like sunbathing and bathing in crystal clear waters, this is your place!

Ibiza has magnificent renowned beaches, we name them after them and our recommended accommodation in the place, such as Cala Llonga Beach, (Typic Oasis Sa Tanca Apartments), Cala Conte Beach (Typic Marina Playa, Hotel Apartamentos), Calanova Beach (Typic Sandic Apartments) or Playa de Ses Salines (Typic Art Apartments), are some of the most beautiful beaches on the island. You'll find your place in the sun on this 1 km long beach, very popular with celebrities. Because visiting Ibiza is also rest and relaxation! And don't worry if what you need is shade, a drink or a snack, all of them have bar services and are cataloged with the blue flag of the European community, for their quality. and services.

Read the 5 best beaches in Ibiza.

  1. The hippie markets

If there is something that differentiates this Island and that is a must when you come to visit Ibiza, it is the hippie markets. You will love strolling through these colorful stalls. Several hippy markets are spread throughout the island, saying which is the most authentic is still difficult but it depends on the day you want to go, you can choose one of these two, the Punta Arabí market is held on Wednesdays, in the Es Canar area , or the Las Dalias market is held on Saturdays.

The Punta Arabí, is also considered the oldest in Ibiza but also the largest since it has around 500 artisans. To visit Ibiza and discover its people and bohemian side, without a doubt, the hippie markets are highly recommended!

If you stay at Typic Art or Typic Sandic you can walk to the Punta Arabí market, if you stay at Typic Oasis, or Typic Marina Playa, you can travel by rental car, to them, here you can book the rental car: have Keep in mind that the traffic on those days is very heavy, but remember that you are on vacation, you don't have to run 

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  1. 4. Rediscover gastronomy in Ibiza

One of the pleasures of the holidays is, of course, feasting, and especially with local food! Ibiza is characterized by having fresh and quality products, little manipulated, now called Kilometer 0. What to do in Ibiza to eat well? Hit the alleys and find a great restaurant to enjoy a good paella, of course! Typical advice would be to order an arroz a banda, boiled with fish ( bullit de peix).

As we told you, it is not only paella in Spain. Let yourself be tempted by the tasting of the local product, let its experienced waiters advise you, its tapas, its sangrias. You can imagine yourself in a magnificent restaurant on the beach, or a beach bar in a small cove, if you want something more select, in Ibiza there are also several restaurants with Michelin stars, .... you choose. 

  1. Museums to visit in Ibiza

Visiting Ibiza is also about culture, in fact, the island is home to several museums, some of which will take you back in time, they are truly unmissable.

The museums in Ibiza are a very good alternative when you don't know what to do, you are tired of the sun or when it rains!

If you are interested in the secrets between the walls, and the history of the island, the Archeological Museum is the right place. It contains ancient objects dating back to prehistoric times. open from Tuesday to Thursday from 09:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m., on Fridays from 05:00 p.m. to 08:00 p.m., closed on Mondays and holidays, Dalt Vila Museum, is located in Plaza de la Catedral 3, above the city Antigua, and the Puig des Molins Monographic Museum on Via Romana 31, here is their telephone number 971 176 090 and their email: the website , Typic recommendation is to visit the one in Dalt Vila, where You will also see the latest works of the new Parador "historic hotel" that is being built between the walls of the City.

If you are an art lover, the Museum of Modern Art is therefore a must see place. There you can see sculptures and paintings by artists from all over the world. Located in the walled area of Dalt Vila, Ronda de Narcis Puget Viñas, 07800 email: Telephone: 971 302 723


  • April/May/June/September, Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • July/August: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • October/March: Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Closed on Mondays.


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