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What to do in Ibiza
Ibiza is one of the most famous, popular, and scenic places of the Balearic Archipelago, a volcanic island off the southeastern coast of Spain, which is part of the Pine Islands. Ibiza offers a wide range of activities, from non-stop partying to chilling on a beach to a spectacular sunset, sipping Sangria with your toes in the sand. It is very common for the jet set to hire a private plane to this beautiful summer destination.
Where to party in Ibiza
What are the best spots in Ibiza to watch the sunset?
Ibiza is considered one of the best locations on the Mediterranean Sea known for its breathtaking sunsets.
The best spots in Ibiza to watch sunsets are:
San Antonio Bay
Cap del Falcó
Miles and miles of beaches
Ibiza has it all and is known for its beautiful beaches -from famous beaches to peaceful unknown strips and hippie beaches to family beaches.
Ibiza Town's marinas are home to luxury cruisers of the rich and famous, high-end bars, restaurants and clubs like Blue Marlin, Lio and Pacha, and a wide assortment of boutique shops and restaurants, trendy bars, and hotels overlooking the boats.
Sand and pebbles with pristine waters await you at Cala Jondal in San José. It offers a more relaxed, family-friendly environment.
Explore a bit! Salinas Beach is famous for its fashionable chiringuitos (beach bars); it's very cosmo. The southern end of the beach is popular with naturists.
Ibiza has been home to hippie markets since the '60s, adding to the island's charm. Punta Arabi Hippy Market has grown into one of the best markets in Ibiza. Check our Las Dalias, Cala Llenya, Es Canar –here you can find hundreds of stalls that offer a little bit of everything:
Fresh and organic food
Loads of hippy fashions
One-of-a-kind artisan jewellery
The Old Town
Dalt Vila retains a timeless feel. It is an ancient sandstone fortress with a summit that affords you some splendid views, as does each break in the high ramparts and the vast terraces at every level as you journey to the top. The magnificent main entrance traverses a stone drawbridge through the Portal de Ses Taules, entering into an ancient, cobblestone courtyard.
Sail to Es Vedra
Known for its powerful magnetic force, many people associate Es Vedra with spiritual power. Es Vedra is considered a magical place. Experience Ibiza's volcanic landscape; you can swim around this mythic landmark—locally, several myths and legends surround Es Vedra, especially tales of nymphs and goddesses.
Where to eat –and treat your palate in Ibiza!
Café Del Mar
Ibiza's Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine is unsurpassed. Café Del Mar is Ibiza's original sunset bar, offering some of the best fish in the world, i.e., lenguado (sole), merluza (hake), bacalao (cod), and Emperador (swordfish).
Tropicana Beach Club
A restaurant offering a varied selection of cuisines that cater to every taste, from traditional Ibizan seafood to Mediterranean and International cuisine. Tropicana Beach Club was named one of the finest seafood restaurants on the island. They offer indoor and waterfront dining and serve some of the best seafood paellas.
Where to Stay in Ibiza
Sail Your Time Away
For the most unforgettable "hotel stay" of your life, charter a fabulous yacht! Black Book Villas concierge will arrange every detail according to your wishes. Enjoy one of their fantastic villas by the sea, then leave all of Ibiza behind and venture beyond the mainland, charting your course and allowing yourself the luxury of a different perspective. In addition, we can book the most exclusive restaurants and
The Ibiza Gran Hotel
The Ibiza Gran Hotel is Ibiza's slice of paradise and stands out as its most exclusive experience. The unique 5-star Grand Luxury experience in Ibiza offers exceptional views overlooking Dalt Vila and the Mediterranean; a casino, spa, swimming pools, and various restaurants, all with the most outstanding service imaginable await you at the Ibiza Gran Hotel.
Aerial view of Ibiza
What to do in Mykonos, Crete
Mykonos is believed to be the gateway to the sacred island of Delos, the mythical birthplace of Apollo and Aphrodite. Mykonos has it all!
The 7+1 best Beaches of Mykonos!
Whether searching for a tiny, secluded cove by cerulean waters, or a vast stretch of sugar-white sand covered with sun worshipers, Mykonos has a beach for everyone.
Elia is Mykonos' longest white sand beach and is excellent for families.
Platys Gialos and Kalafatis are perfect for water sports.
Panormos is a nice private beach.
Agios Sostis also has fewer visitors and have naturist-friendly sections.
Myrsine beach is hard to reach, and probably you will be alone.
Fokos' coves offer seclusion and refuge from the crowds.
Ornos bustles with dozens of seafront restaurants.
Agios Ioannis, a secluded stretch of beach, offers excellent windsurfing.
3 Shopping points in Mykonos
For some works of art, check Mavrogenous street.
Greek designer shops are on Matogliani.
Little Venice is great for casual fashion, jewellery, and souvenirs.
The bars of Little Venice in Hora, Kato Mili, and Agios Ioannis beach are the best places for watching some of the most spectacular sunsets over the Mediterranean
Best elite and luxury resorts in Mykonos
If you don’t want to fight for a palm of sand and want your sunset photographs without a lot of heads in front of you, you better reserve a villa or a suite with the views you want and enjoy the landscape directly from your room.
Elite Estates Villas
Elite Estates Mykonos Villas offer bespoke vacation experiences for guests who want something special. All you need to do is ask.
Palladium Boutique Hotel
Palladium Boutique Hotel offers a beachfront boutique hotel experience that includes elegant whitewashed interiors, infinity pools, and terraces that catch the breeze.
Where to dine in Mykonos
Mykonos has a terrific dining scene. Every beach on the island has at least one decent restaurant, the most renowned of which is Kiki's Taverna above Agios Sostis beach.
Agia Anna's Restaurant
Agia Anna's Restaurant serves seafood, and fresh fish straight from the Aegean Sea – oysters, mussels, urchins, crayfish, and lobsters await your order in a small natural sea pool, to be prepared before your eyes.
Aerial view of Mykonos
LunaJets: the best choice in private air services
As the Number One Private Jet Charter, LunaJets’ services are ranked amongst the best.
LunaJets offers the best on-demand charter price for your itinerary. There is no minimum flying time and you pay the pre-agreed price for your flight.
For your leisure travel, private aviation is the way to travel. We also organize flights to the top events at destinations around the world.
What is the distance between the airport and the city of Mykonos?
3 kilometres, and roughly a 10-minute drive.
When is the season to visit Mykonos?
The European summer season is the ideal and most prestigious time to visit Mykonos.
How far is the distance between Ibiza Town and Ibiza Airport?
The trip to Ibiza Town takes 7 kilometres once your charter flight lands at Ibiza Airport.