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Ibiza's top activities
The world-famous island of Ibiza sits just over 90 miles off the eastern Spanish coastline and has established itself as a go-to destination for trendsetters, jet-setters, and anybody who enjoys an amazing nightlife scene.
Visit Ibiza's incredible nightclubs
You'll definitely have no difficulty meeting fellow travellers at one of Ibiza's world-renowned nightclubs. There's always a party going on somewhere in town, and many of the city's clubs play host to Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Dave Pearce, Danny Rampling, and other famous DJs. With a variety of dance rooms always available and different concerts held throughout the week, Amnesia is arguably Ibiza's hippest club. However, Ocean Beach, Privilege, and Bora Bora all come in a close tie for second. If you'll be visiting Ibiza in the summer months, then make sure to get your tickets for the city's music festivals well in advance.
Lay out in the sun on Ibiza's beautiful beaches
Nothing makes for the perfect getaway quite like dipping your toes in the sand with a glass of sangria in your hand. With miles of picturesque beaches surrounded by upscale bars and restaurants serving delicious cuisine all night long, Ibiza's coastline truly feels like heaven on earth. While Benniras Beach and Ses Salines both have an especially hip vibe, Pou des Lleo beach has a more laid-back atmosphere that's perfect for spending a day by the shoreline with a book in your hand.
Enjoy fresh cuisine and shopping at Ibiza's famous markets
Both tourists and locals have enjoyed shopping at Ibiza's festive markets for more than fifty years. From fresh paella to handmade jewellery, the vendors at these island markets offer a smorgasbord of tasty treats and beautiful keepsakes to take home.
The Punta Arabi Hippy Market, for example, is home to several hundred merchants and offers different genres of live music multiple times per week. Frequent performers include reggae bands, rumba groups, guitar trios, and much more.
The best places to stay in Ibiza
Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza
Ibiza's Hard Rock Hotel is a first-class getaway resort that offers a casual atmosphere mixed with luxurious amenities and accommodations. Located steps away from Playa den Bossa, Ibiza's largest white sand beach, the Hard Rock Hotel is an ideal resort for travellers who would like quick access to the island's most popular nightlife destinations.
Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay
By day, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay is a five-star leisure resort. By night, however, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay transforms into one of the island's most popular sundown party locations. The hotel features just over 150 rooms and suites, a full spa, a boutique hair studio, two large pools, and four gourmet restaurants. Among these four restaurant offerings, of course, is one featuring Nobu's brands signature Japanese fusion cuisine.
Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza
Unlike Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay and the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, Ibiza's Gran Hotel Montesol sits in the middle of the bustling merchant district and away from the island's white sand beaches. With only 33 rooms and suites available, Gran Hotel Montesol has a quaint and exclusive feel. This hotel is close to both Ibiza's main harbour and Dalt Vila, Ibiza's famous historical district. Gran Hotel Montesol's world-class concierge service is available around the clock to ensure that you have access to Ibiza's most exclusive restaurants, clubs, and adventures.
Where to eat in Ibiza?
ES TRAGÓN is a 2 Michelin star Rooted in tradition, they cook explosive dishes always with respect for the products. Cuttlefish or black pork is part of the menu.
La Gaia with chef Óscar Molina offers a menu with unique flavours that evoke the quality of the surrounding natural resources of Ibiza. The restaurant has a MICHELIN star that guarantees excellent quality. On the menu, you will find roasted fig, fried Oyster or Seabass ceviche
Malaga's Top Activities
Like Ibiza, Malaga has great nightlife and beaches galore. However, Malaga also offers cliffside hiking experiences, rugged paths for mountain biking, and several other outdoor adventure opportunities.
Take in the spectacular scenery of Cerro Gordo Natural Park
Set along a series of cliffs that wind above the Alboran Sea, Cerro Gordo Natural Park has some of the most intimidating hiking trails in Spain. Fortunately, Cerro Gordo's friendly tour guides are always more than happy to lead foot tours of the park's signature cliffside hills. As you traverse these breathtaking paths with your expert guide, don't be surprised to pass mysterious coves, hidden crop fields, and mountain goats grazing in the middle of the afternoon.
Fill your plate with Malaga's best tapas and wine
From gazpachuelo Malageuno, a mouthwatering soup served with langoustines and clams, to skewered and roasted fish, Malaga's restaurants offer a dazzling array of tapas to whet your appetite. Many of these eateries have an extensive wine list, and the servers are always happy to offer a personal recommendation.
Spend an afternoon in the hometown of Pablo Picasso
Costa del Sol, Pablo Picasso's official birthplace, is still home to the Roman theaters of years past. In 1983, Picasso's official birth home, dubbed "Casa Natal" in Spanish, was transformed into a full-scale museum with ceramic pieces and prints from more than 150 artists. Notably, the museum's first floor has one of the world's only collections of works by Pablo's father, the artist Jose Ruiz Blasco. Displayed alongside Jose's best pieces are some of the Picasso family's most famous artefacts.
Where to stay in Malaga
Sitting inside Malaga's old town centre, Palacio Solecio is close to art museums, tapas cafes, trendy bars, and the Museo Picasso. Overall, the hotel's accommodations are designed to be spacious and quite comfortable. Despite being located inland, Palacio Solecio is only a short walk from Malagueta Beach.
Gran Hotel Miramar
A vintage villa at Gran Hotel Miramar makes the perfect home base for a lengthy stay in Malaga. The hotel's concierge is available to book windsurfing reservations at neighbouring La Caleta Beach, and Gran Hotel Miramar's collection of restaurants has something for every palette.
Where to eat in Malaga?
For a unique fusion of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, try the spiced sushi plates served at Tercer Acto.
The Michelin-starred Messina delivers delectable wine pairings and different tasting menus to complement them.
Why book your next private charter flight with LunaJets?
For travel between Ibiza and Malaga, LunaJets is well-positioned to provide you with the ultimate private flight experience. Our staff works tirelessly to make sure everything from your airport transfer to your in-flight experience leaves nothing to be desired, and our unique booking software keeps you updated on everything you need to know before the wheels go up. While en route, you'll be free to sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey on one of our modern aircraft models.
Our pricing is always competitive, and we pride ourselves on keeping customer satisfaction as our top priority at all times. Whether you're travelling with a large group, taking a solo flight, or flying with your significant other, we'll make sure that your experience with LunaJets is second to none.
How far is Malaga airport (AGB) from the centre?
The distance from Malaga airport (AGB) to the city centre is 8 km. You can request LunaJets our transfer service in case you need it.
Does Malaga airport have a terminal for private flights?
Separated from the other terminals, there is a small terminal for private jets.
How long does it take to get from Ibiza Town to Ibiza Airport (IBZ)?
Once your charter flight lands at Ibiza Airport (IBZ) the distance to the town is only 7km.
How far is Malaga from Ibiza?
The air distance is 656 km averaging about a 1:30-hour flight depending on the aircraft model.