Best things to see and do in Ibiza
In the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic Islands form an archipelago of picturesque islands, of which Ibiza is the second-largest and most populated. Ibiza needs very little introduction, as it is a popular tourist destination for anyone who wants the perfect beach vacations in combination with the cool, club culture that has put Ibiza on the map.
One of the best ways to get to know this Island city is by doing a free walking tour with a local guide who can help you to discover all the hidden charms that it has to offer. This historic island with important archeological remains and cultural significance was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Check out the famous City Walls of the Old Town, or the Cathedral of Eivissa, the General Vara del Rey Monument, the Christopher Colombus Monument, or the Necropolis in the Puig des Molins area. Enjoy the amazing beaches that surround the island including, Platja d’en Bossa or Talamanca Beach or climb to the highest point on the island at Sa Talaia. Finish the day watching a sunset from the famous Café Del Mar listening to the world’s best DJ’s or checking out Ibiza’s most iconic clubs like Pacha or Amnesia.
If you have any questions, you can see other walker’s reviews about the tour and the tour guide online on the GuruWalk platform. You can choose from the different available tours in the morning, afternoon, or evening to assure you have the best experience.