Visit Ibiza in 4 Days

ibiza coves

Ibiza, the jewel of the Balearic archipelago, is much more than a holiday destination. This magical island invites you to experience an unforgettable holiday, whether with family or friends. With its unique blend of dreamy landscapes, paradisiacal beaches and secret coves, Ibiza has become a magnet for tourists from all over the world, offering a wide range of activities for all tastes.

Although its reputation for partying is known globally, Ibiza will surprise you with its tranquil corners and natural settings ideal for relaxing, water sports and spectacular sunsets. If you're planning a 4-day getaway to this enchanting island, read on to find out how to make the most of your visit. And remember, for an unrivalled experience, chartering a boat in Ibiza with A30Nudos is essential.

Enjoy a Beach Day in Ibiza

Ibiza's beaches, famous for their golden sand and crystal clear turquoise waters, are a must-see on your trip. During your 4-day stay, be sure to visit:

Salada and Saladeta coves

This is one of the best known coves in Ibiza, as not only does it offer spectacular views, but it is also an easily accessible beach with a large shore area, making it ideal for children.

However, we must warn you that this small paradise of clean, turquoise waters tends to get crowded quickly, so we recommend you get up early to enjoy it to the fullest and leave for another beach when it starts to get too busy.

Llentrisca Cove

This unspoilt cove is located in the bay of Es Cubells and is a very quiet area with hardly any tourists, as it is necessary to travel by car and then make a short descent of about 20 minutes on foot to reach the cove.

Therefore, this cove is ideal for those who want to relax and disconnect as well as for those who want to go scuba diving or snorkelling, as its crystal clear waters invite you to practice these types of sports.

Sant Vicent Cove

This impressive cove located in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja is an ideal enclave for families with children, as it not only has beach bars, restaurants and a shopping area nearby, but it is also quite safe, beautiful and spacious.

However, we must emphasise that, although it offers all these services, Sant Vicent cove is still one of the most charming beaches in Ibiza, which is located in a natural environment that has been preserved practically intact.

Tarida Cove

Located on the west coast of the island of Ibiza, Cala Tarida is the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing swim in deep blue waters, as well as to lie on the fine, toasted sand that characterises this cove.

However, we advise you to get up early to get a spot, as it is a beach with a high influx of bathers.

Stroll around Ibiza's local markets

Immerse yourself in Ibiza's culture by visiting its famous hippy markets, where you'll find everything from handicrafts to vintage objects:

Las Dalias street market

The Las Dalias street market was one of the first to be held on the island, which is why it is so popular with both tourists and locals alike.

In this flea market, which you can find on Saturdays from 10:00 am, you can find a wide variety of pieces with a hippie aesthetic, produced and elaborated completely by hand. For this reason, the price of the items sold at this flea market is usually not very cheap, but it is still a very curious place worth visiting.

Sant Jordi street market
Located at the racecourse in the town of Sant Jordi, this is a flea market where you can find a wide range of second-hand items. Here you can find everything from vintage-style relics to the strangest and most unusual items at very good prices.

If you are interested in visiting this market, we remind you that it is only held on Saturday mornings.

Visit Dalt Vila, Ibiza's historic quarter

On your 4-day getaway to Ibiza, a visit to Dalt Vila, the island's fascinating old town, is a must. This cultural treasure, an ancient walled citadel proudly declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites you to immerse yourself in centuries of history and culture.

We encourage you to lose yourself in the labyrinth of the cobbled streets of Dalt Vila, where every square, alley, arch and gateway tells a story. As you wander through this historic enclave, you will find yourself immersed in an atmosphere that reflects the various civilisations that have left their mark on this magical corner of the world.

A highlight of your tour should be the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows. Not only is it an architectural icon, but it also offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city, the harbour and the vast Mediterranean Sea. This Dalt Vila experience is not just a visit; it is a journey through time that will enrich your stay in Ibiza with unforgettable memories.

Visit the Ses Salines Natural Park

For nature and active tourism enthusiasts, including a visit to the Ses Salines Natural Park in your 4-day itinerary in Ibiza is essential. This protected space is a sanctuary of biodiversity and natural beauty, a place where nature manifests itself in its purest and most unspoilt state.

In the Ses Salines Natural Park, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a variety of outdoor activities. Wander along its meandering paths on foot or by bike, and be amazed by the rich fauna of the area, especially the diversity of birds that make it a birdwatcher's paradise. In addition, the salt flats that give the park its name offer a unique visual spectacle, while the area's unspoilt beaches are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the tranquillity.

This article is just a glimpse of what Ses Salines has to offer. For a more in-depth exploration of this and other treasures of Ibiza, we invite you to visit the A30nudos blog. There you will find a variety of articles dedicated to the wonderful corners and activities that this island paradise has to offer.

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