Ibiza and its legendary dance floors have been the undisputed king of cool vacations for a quarter of a century.
Here’s what to do as the sun goes down.
WHERE TO LUNCH
As one of the island’s best seafood (and seafront) restaurants, Es Torrents offers no-fuss classics, including gambas, lobster and tuna as well as the catch of the day. Sip a crisp white wine as you dip you toes in the sea after a relaxing lunch.
WHERE TO SPEND THE AFTERNOON
The select shore of Salinas is where the beautiful come to bathe. Get yourself a sun lounger at hip beach bar Jockey Club Ibiza and order up a cocktail as you listen to the DJ spin classic summer hits while you slip into party mode.
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WHERE TO HAVE DINNER
Las Dos Lunas
Let the bougainvillea and vines conceal you as you dine at the secluded Dos Lunas. Food is a fusion of Mediterranean cuisine, mainly Italian, featuring pallet-pleasers such as focaccia (baked in the outdoor wood fire oven), chocolate mousse and ice cream.
HOW TO SPEND THE NIGHT
Forty years of sleepless nights and Pacha club hasn’t a wrinkle to show for it. The heart and soul of Ibiza’s party scene, the rule is to dance until your feet can’t take it anymore. On your way home, stop at Croissant Show for strawberry, foie gras and champagne.