2 days in Ibiza Itinerary

2 days in Ibiza Itinerary

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Train to Nuevos Ministerios, Fly to Ibiza
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Ibiza Town
— 1 day
Drive
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Portinatx
— 1 night
Drive

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Ibiza Town

— 1 day

Party Capital of Europe

As the island’s largest city and most-visited site, Ibiza is famous for its electric nightlife and lively Mediterranean culture.
Kick off your visit on the 21st (Fri): enjoy the sand and surf at Cala Moli, then tour the pleasant surroundings at Cala Comte, then kick back and relax at Platja de ses Salines, and finally get outside with Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Club.

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Zaragoza to Ibiza Town is an approximately 5-hour combination of train and flight. You can also fly; or do a combination of car and ferry. Traveling from Zaragoza in August, expect somewhat warmer with lows of 26°C in Ibiza Town. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 21st (Fri) early enough to drive to Portinatx.

Things to do in Ibiza Town

Outdoors · Beaches · Parks

Side Trips

Find places to stay Aug 21 — 22:

Portinatx

— 1 night
You've now added Portinatx Charter to your itinerary. On the 22nd (Sat), tour the water at your own pace with Portinatx Charter.

To see reviews, other places to visit, maps, and other tourist information, go to the Portinatx attractions planning tool.

Traveling by car from Ibiza Town to Portinatx takes an hour. In August, plan for daily highs up to 34°C, and evening lows to 26°C. Wrap up your sightseeing by early afternoon on the 22nd (Sat) to allow time for travel back home.

Things to do in Portinatx

Transportation · Tours · Outdoors
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Ibiza travel guide

3.8
Beaches · Nightlife · Bars & Clubs
Famous for its vibrant nightlife and numerous near-perfect beaches, Ibiza also features a rustic countryside few casual visitors ever get to see. Seaside festivals offer a convenient opportunity to soak up lots of local culture, but for a taste of genuine island life try to get away from the overcrowded tourist spots along the most popular sections of the coast. Though for many visitors Ibiza remains synonymous with endless raves on the waterfront, savvier travelers explore the island’s unspoiled northeast, which is covered by thick pine forests and olive groves. Away from the jostling tourist crowds you can experience the island’s lesser-known charms, including quiet wooded trails, secluded bays, and outstanding vineyards.

Sant Joan de Labritja travel guide

4.1
Beaches · Bars & Clubs · Karaoke Bars
Sant Joan de Labritja is a village and municipality of the Balearic Islands on northern Ibiza. Among others, the resorts of Portinatx and Cala de Sant Vicent are located there. The actual village of Sant Joan is a quiet street, dominated by an imposing Christian church, and is the meeting point of Sant Joan de Labritja Municipal Council. One may find several small cafés and restaurants (including the locally well-known Vista Alegre, as well as a taxi rank,outside the Municipal Council building and the local office of the Guardia Civil, the Spanish Civil Guard. Towards the west of the village is the origin of the Torrent de Labritja, a tributary of the Riu de Santa Eulária, the Balearic Island's only constant-flowing river, although the Torrent only contains water during the winter months; throughout the tourist season, the stream is a dry river bed full of green vegetation.HistoryFor many years, especially throughout much of the 20th century, the municipality was known by its Spanish name, San Juan Bautista. However, in 1981, following the establishment of the Autonomous Region of the Balearic Islands, where Catalan was the official language, all place names were reverted to their Catalan names, in this case it became Sant Joan de Labritja.GeographyThe municipality is the least-populated municipality in Ibiza, and is almost entirely rural. The village of Portinatx on the northern coast is the only major tourist resort as well as the western port of Sant Miquel (San Miguel)(Village

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