Do you need to enjoy a blue sky on a perfect beach ? Ibiza is an amazing destination to relax. What can you see in Ibiza? Atzaro Spa: Ibiza is almost as well-known for its holistic spa and relaxation scene as it is for electronic music and nightclubs. There are 15 spas across the island, many attached to hotels and apartment complexes, and others that are clubs that open their doors to visitors as well as members. Atzaro Spa for example belongs to a serene agritourism complex surrounded by the citrus and olive groves of the Ibizan countryside. The choice of treatments and activities at this place alone is staggering: You could work out in the state-of-the-art gym, take a yoga class, float along in the 43-metre pool or pamper yourself with anything from peels, facials, manipedis and a variety of massages.
Sant Antoni de Portmany, also known as just San Antonio, is the second largest destination on Ibiza. It is recognized far and wide as one of the top nightlife destinations in Ibiza, and there is no shortage of places to dance and drink until the early hours of the morning. Start the night out on Sunset Strip, where several cafes and bars allow for spectacular views of the sunset. Then, make your way to the West End, where the majority of the nightlife spots are concentrated. If you’re not out too late in the night, you can enjoy days at the beach or strolling along the scenic promenade called the Passeig de ses Fonts.
Although essentially just a cafe, Croissant Show is a bit of an Ibiza institution. Yes, you come here to enjoy coffee and pastry, or breakfast, but really it’s all about the people watching, and the incredibly eccentric owner, Andres. It is Andres, with his Dali-esque moustache and his incredibly friendly and extravagant nature that put the show into this place. Sit outside and watch as clubbers stop in for a post-party breakfast on their way home, world-famous DJs linger over cafe con leche, and Andres chats and mingles with locals, celebrities and anyone he fancies a chat with. There are no rules in this cafe as to what time constitutes breakfast, making it popular with those who’ve had a heavy night and need a long lie.
It might be a challenge to focus on anything other than your hangover in Ibiza, but be sure to take some time to calm your mind and body. Amante Ibiza offers yoga classes in the morning on the beach. Literally, right on the beach. The classes are taught in English and in Spanish, so you don’t have to worry about the language barrier. Amante’s yoga sesh is followed by a breakfast buffet that’s included in the price of your yoga class (about €30, score!). Ahhh, there’s nothing like starting your day with good vibes and energy. Read more info at https://discoveribiza.com/.