What’s on in Ibiza this Summer 2022

All of a sudden, everything got a lot more exciting! Travel vaccination passports and health tests are no longer required for entry into Spain, you do not have to wear a mask in most circumstances, dancing is finally allowed, and everyone’s smiling. Ibiza is back to being as vibrant as ever, and it feels awesome.

Last month’s International Music Summit (IMS), which provides panels for the electronic music industry gave the feeling that this year is destined to be bigger and better all around. You can literally sense it in the air, everyone is ready for Ibiza 2022, and the tourism industry is already in full bloom.

Summer 2022, Ibiza is the perfect place to be if you’re looking for a vacation with a great atmosphere and pure freedom. Besides the nightclubs opening for the first time in two years, the island also offers a variety of cultural activities, natural landscapes, and of course, some wonderful places to eat, so let’s see what Ibiza has to offer in 2022.


Ibiza summer 2022: IMS Ibiza 2022

Ibiza nightclubs are open – get your party event calendar

Ibiza’s nightclub scene has already begun its opening season two weeks earlier than usual, with venues such as Ushuaia, Pacha, and being the first to kick-off following the IMS 2022 finale. Ibiza is set to have its longest clubbing season to date, which could extend as far as November. And, of course, this year’s line-ups are looking to be of an excellent standard too!

If you want to keep on top of your Ibiza party schedule, you can take a look at the Ibiza Spotlight event calendar, which has day-by-day updates on all clubs and DJs, with ticket and VIP table information. Updates are made constantly throughout the season so be sure to keep checking in.

If you like a little party but attending large-scale clubs is too intense, then check out the latest nightclub from Las Dalias, Akasha.  Open from Friday through until Sunday until 5 am, the club hosts a more relaxed atmosphere where its concept intends to generate a community spirit among the people who visit.

Ibiza summer 2022: Ushuaia and Hï

The classic things to do in Ibiza – things that you won’t want to miss

There is no shortage of cultural classics to experience in Ibiza and those that never go out of fashion either. The famous Las Dalias Hippy Market is always a popular island tourist attraction and home to more than 200 stalls, selling handmade clothes, jewelry, and home decor that can be enjoyed casually roaming around over drinks and freshly baked pizza or street food – all while listening to live music and local DJ’s in their tranquil psychedelic setting. Additionally, the San Juan Hippy Market is a great experience that is known to attract a more authentic crowd with locals and tourists alike flocking out into the streets to enjoy a relaxing Sunday morning.

Perhaps you prefer to stay away from the crowds and be out on the open waters enjoying mother nature at her finest. Well, in every case a day out at sea will never disappoint. There are a number of experienced boat charter companies based in Ibiza, from where you can create your own day trips, using a qualified and knowledgeable skipper, and set sail to explore all the hidden beaches, coves, and unique spots the island has to offer. There is no doubt in our minds that it is worth considering planning a trip to Tagomago and Formentera, two of our favourite neighbouring islands. We recommend checking out our collaborator Say Yachting, a low-emission boat and yacht charter company on the island that supports our ethos for sustainability. 

Say Yachting Ibiza

The top recommended dining experiences in Ibiza

The majority of vacationers in Ibiza enjoy luxurious and relaxing Mediterranean evenings with great food and a few nights out to let their hair down. With elegant sea and sunset views, open-air rooftop terraces, and some excellent concept cuisine, there is no shortage of incredibly stylish restaurants to choose from.

Besides the usual favourites like Amante, Bambuddha, and Cotton Beach Club, Ibiza has seen an influx of some great new restaurants and bars opening in a variety of locations around the island.

Under Michelin Star (12) Chef, Martin Berasategui the BLESS Hotel takes guests on a gastronomic journey at the new Etxeko Ibiza. The ultimate dining experience that celebrates the joys of dining, the ancient flavours of San Sebastián, and the most sublime products of the Cantabrian Sea and the Mediterranean. 

LayLah Ibiza is a restaurant and lounge bar, combining food, music, heart and soul, where globally inspired flavours are showcased through a menu of sharing plates featuring dishes such as roasted cauliflower with tahini & green chilli, fresh grilled artichokes with Parmesan, spiced chicken crispy cigars, and white fish skewer with ginger & lime salsa.

Last but not least, we recommend Boodiou Ibiza, a cocktail bar and French restaurant in the heart of Ibiza Town, serving fine dining and enriched sharing plates of French cuisine.  Artfully decorated with contemporary pieces and decorations, this small boutique restaurant will not disappoint.

Your best Ibiza summer starts here – book your perfect Ibiza holiday rental villa

If you are looking for a getaway that will offer you more than you can imagine, we highly recommend taking into account having your own holiday rental villa, where you can spend the long summer days in complete style. 

If you want a relaxing vacation with your family and friends in a comfortable and spacious setting, a villa rental is an ideal choice, especially if you want privacy and the freedom to escape the crowds, while maintaining easy access to all the island’s wonderful activities.

Ibiza Summer 2022 book your holiday rental villa today

Keep yourself in the loop with our travel COVID-19 updates

We are so happy to announce that masks for COVID-19 are required only at health-care facilities, such as hospitals, for workers, visitors, and patients, and on public transportation, such as by air, bus, or boat, where a distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.

The use of masks is still recommended for those who have been exposed to COVID-19 in situations where prolonged contact less than 1.5 meters away may occur, as well as during mass events and celebrations where the participants may be vulnerable.

As it currently stands Spain has no travel entry requirements such as vaccination passports or mandatory health tests.  A passenger locator form is still applicable for all tourists entering the Balearic Islands.

Stay Updated Here – http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en 

The upmarket villa rentals we offer cover all of Ibiza’s municipalities, including Santa Eulalia, Santa Gertrudis, San José, San Antonio, Eivissa, and San Juan, which come in many sizes, styles, and budgets.

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    Ibiza in April | Top 13 things to do in Ibiza in April

    April is one of the best months to come to Ibiza, because the temperature is pleasant, the island is green and blooming and you can still enjoy the peacefulness and the beautiful places in Ibiza, before tourism is in full swing. If you are considering coming to Ibiza in April for the spring break but are not sure what there is for you to do while here, then this blog is for you.

    Below we have listed our favourite activities and locations, all of which are in line with our "Going Green Campaign". You can use these as inspiration for your Easter vacation in Ibiza, so you can fully enjoy this beautiful island in a sustainable way.


    Outdoor Activities

    Walking Ibiza – Sant Carles de Peralta

    Since 2010, Walking Ibiza has been taking you through the beautiful island. You can choose between their top 10 walks or community walks. The community walks take place on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. You will be guided by someone who knows the island and the routes well and can provide you with inside information about the island or you can enjoy the peace and quiet. Also, the guides speak different languages like English, French, German and Dutch.

    Kayak Ibiza – Es Figueral

    Kayak Ibiza has an international team that loves nature and outdoor activities. They know Ibiza’s coastline better than anyone and will take you along the most beautiful routes on the water and show you hidden places. They also rent and organise stand-up paddle guided excursions and guided walks. These sustainable activities will give you a completely new perspective of the Ibiza coastline.

    Bike Ibiza – Santa Eulalia

    Bike Ibiza stands for professionalism, adventure, and a conscious approach to nature. They offer all kinds of tours, at different levels, around the whole island. You can choose between a mountain bike, a road bike, and an e-bike. They use the latest bikes, and the guides have a lot of experience with outdoor activities.

    Shopping & Markets

    Hippy Market Las Dalias- Sant Carlos

    The hippy market in Las Dalias originated during Valentine’s Day in 1985 and today consists of more than 200 stalls. See the beautiful clothes, jewellery and decorations and enjoy a relaxing massage while listening to music and admiring the colourful stalls. Las Dalias also has a restaurant, various bars and Street Food stalls, where you can enjoy all kinds of delicacies.

    Sluiz – Santa Gertrudis

    Sluiz was founded in 2006 by a Dutch couple, who only wanted to sell products that they like. The department store is filled with quirky and bizarre home decoration and clothing, and after a long day of shopping you can unwind in the restaurant, which is open for breakfast and lunch. It is definitely worth a visit for the ones who love to be surprised.

    Sunday Artisan Market – San Juan

    Every Sunday, this picturesque market takes over almost every street of the San Juan village, in the north of the island. Here you can admire paintings and sculptures by artists, see jewellery and clothing, listen to live music and visit local restaurants and bars. The size of the market and its atmosphere make it popular not only for islanders but also for tourists.

    Retreats & Time for Yourself

    Authentic Me Actors Retreat Ibiza – Santa Gertrudis

    From 24 to 30 April the Actors Academy organizes a holistic actors retreat on Ibiza hosted by their founder Nita Arpiainen. During this retreat you will learn skills important not only for an actor but also for any human being: listening, being fully present in the moment, courage to follow your truthful instincts, creating awareness of body and mind as well as clarity of your dreams and goals. During this retreat you will start the mornings with yoga, embodiment and meditation sessions and during each day there will be two sets of Meisner acting technique classes. Delicious and healthy meals are included. There will also be plenty of time left to enjoy the beautiful island. 

    Ashramibiza – Santa Eularia

    In the yoga and meditation center of Ashram, a variety of yoga styles are offered to help you relax and improve your flexibility. The different classes are available in multiple languages, creating a cozy and friendly atmosphere. After all, yoga is so much more than just a workout, it is restoring your emotional well-being.

    Can Curreu – San Carlos

    If you want to relax in the middle of nature, the special Day Pass of Can Curreu is the perfect option for you. To unwind both physically and mentally, you can use the spa with its jacuzzi, heated loungers, sensation showers, massage booths, etc. or enjoy a delicious dinner at the gastro Restaurant where they serve Mediterranean cuisine. Not to mention that you also venture out and can explore the beautiful surroundings on horseback.

    Family Special

    Can Muson – Santa Eulalia

    If you are a lover of nature, then you must visit Can Muson. This ecological finca and farm offers endless possibilities for children and adults. They sell local products, organic fruits and vegetables and you can enjoy a great breakfast or lunch, with natural juices and smoothies. You and your kids will learn to love nature by checking out their vegetable garden and interacting with the farm animals. Can Muson is the perfect destination for a fun family day out.

    Acrobosc Ibiza – Santa Eulalia

    If you and your children love acrobatic outside activities and love a challenge, Then Acrobosc Ibiza is a good option for your daytime activity. They offer different levels, so you can decide how big you want the challenge to be. Please note that under the age of 18 an adult must always be present, so this is a great opportunity to reconnect altogether as a family.

    l’Atelier nº74 – Santa Gertrudis

    L’Atelier is a beautiful place in Santa Gertrudis village where young and old can come together and enjoy a warm atmosphere, kids play area, a shop and workshops such as kids cooking, knitting, ceramic and weaving. In between you can enjoy the food truck and grandmother’s recipes, with local and organic ingredients.

    Easter Special – Easter in Ibiza

    Samos Deli – Santa Eulalia del Río

    Easter is a tradition celebrated all over the world with treats and decorations to usher in the start of spring. To celebrate Easter in Ibiza in a different way, Samos Deli offers traditional German Easter dishes. Besides the universal treats such as chocolate eggs and sweets, a German tradition is to eat Hefezopf and Hefekranz, a fluffy and soft braided bread, for breakfast on the Sunday morning.

    La Ruta de la Sal – Sant Antoni de Portmany

    In May 1846, sailors were challenged to complete a journey across the Mediterranean due to a shortage of salt.  In 1989, the ANAM launched the first sporting edition of the Salt Route. During the Ruta de la Sal, more than 2000 sailors cross the sea from Barcelona to Ibiza & Formentera in search of the white gold: salt! In 2022 the trip will take place from April 14 to 16.

    We hope that these suggestions have inspired you and, most importantly, convinced you to book a trip to Ibiza this Spring!

    So check out our Special Spring Offer with up to 15% off on some of our most beautiful rental villas for the month of April!

    If you are searching for your ideal accommodation, the Prestige Rental team will be happy to help you. Whether you want to be close to the city, at the beach or high in the mountains, with our wide range of options there is always something for you.



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      Our Top 5 Ibiza Rental Villas

      If you are planning on escaping to Ibiza for a week or two this summer season, then having a comfortable space to retreat to and call your own may be high on the agenda. For a truly special vacation, you need to find a unique holiday home that provides total relaxation, privacy, and the kind of spectacular facilities you’ll never forget. As one of Europe’s top vacation spots, our island is known for luxury villa rentals with upscale interiors, luxurious pools and magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment.

      Read on to discover our top most rented villas and we invite you to use them as sources of inspiration to help you plan your next luxury villa holiday right here in Ibiza.

      Our Top 5 Rental Villas in Ibiza


      CANA BONITA

      Located on the exclusive peninsula of Porroig, Cana Bonita enjoys spectacular views of the Mediterranean sea and coves. With its stunning location, this beautiful 5 bedroom villa is set on 2000 m2 of land with beautifully manicured gardens hosting a large terrace, a recently renovated infinity pool, a gorgeous Balinese gazebo, a lovely covered outdoor dining area with a barbeque, and enchanting pockets of ‘secret garden’ areas. Additionally, there is a substantial roof terrace with sun loungers.

      It is a spacious bright house with modern furniture and fittings throughout, as well as a fully equipped kitchen. This property has 5 double bedrooms, three of which have their own private terraces, as well as 5 bathrooms, making it the perfect holiday villa for large families and groups of friends who wish to enjoy the local beaches, but also wish to gaze at distant yachts as they sail by.

      Top 5 Ibiza Rental Villas: CANA BONITA


      VILLA COMTE

      Villa Comte is a stunning modern villa with four bedrooms located only 400 metres from the beautiful beach of Cala Conta and the well-known restaurant Sunset Ashram. The villa offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and a complete set of modern luxury amenities that will make your stay a complete haven.

      Located around the perimeter of the house is an infinity pool (15×4), a dining area, and a number of areas for relaxation, as well as a beautiful lawn that wraps around both the front and back of the house. Inside the villa, there is a spacious bright living room, which has a beautiful fireplace, a dining room and an open kitchen, all of which are fully equipped with all the modern conveniences. In total, there are 4 bedrooms with sky rain showers in each en-suite bathroom and a bathtub in the master bedroom. Additionally, you’ll find a spacious cinema room in the basement for plenty of home entertainment if you can tear yourself away from the outdoors Mediterranean lifestyle.



      CAN BASETAS

      Can Basetas is a brand new and totally remodelled 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom villa that enjoys a privileged location, resting on a hilltop, only minutes away from the charming village of Santa Gertrudis. Views of the ocean and open forest will delight your eyes from every angle of this beautiful house.

      With bright open space throughout, this property offers an ideal dining room to enjoy a lively dinner, a cosy living room featuring Mediterranean-style built-in sofas with a wide window facing the terrace, and an amazing view of the countryside. On the same level, there is a separate rustic style kitchen that is fully equipped and also enjoys great views.

      Here there are many pleasures to be found outdoors, with a variety of spaces for entertainment and relaxation on all terraces and balconies. The pool house, complete with outdoor living and dining, will be a favourite place to spend Mediterranean evenings. This unique villa is a completely tranquil retreat and an oasis of relaxation.



      CASA SUN

      This five-bedroom, 6-bathroom villa is perfectly located just 5 minutes from Cala Jondal, one of the most famed destinations on the island, which makes it the perfect choice for a luxurious stay. With its exclusive environment and unique details, Casa Sun is an ideal property for an unforgettable holiday with a completely glamorous Ibiza style.

      Located in the centre of a 25.000 sqm garden, the villa is completely surrounded by plants, flowers, and fruit trees. There are several places in the garden and on the terraces to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing moment. The swimming pool, whirlpool, ping-pong area, gym, and all the common areas are perfect for experiencing life under the sun with friends and family.

      The villa is stylishly furnished with bright and wide spaces and lots of intricate design details that create an amazing atmosphere.



      CAN SITGES

      Can Sitges is an elegant holiday property located in a peaceful countryside region just 10 minutes from San Carlos and 15 minutes from the family-friendly town of Santa Eularia. This authentic Ibicenca house offers several amenities including a beautiful pool, barbecue, outdoor kitchen, and a covered alfresco dining area for big groups of friends and families that want to enjoy the outdoors in an idyllic setting.

      With over 300 years of history, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is an ideal blend of classic and contemporary and offers all the comforts of home to make your vacation memorable. It may also be noted that this finca has been adapted and laid out to serve as a practical venue for larger events such as weddings or yoga retreats.


      We hope you enjoyed getting to know our 5 most popular rental villas! To see our complete selection of exclusive rental properties just click here:

      See more Ibiza Villas in our Rentals Portfolio

      With plenty of properties to browse through, we are sure you’ll find the perfect villa vacation rental just for you. Whether you wish to stay in the heart of the action, away from the tourist crowds, close to the beach, or you prefer a pleasant country location, everything is possible with us at Prestige Properties Ibiza.




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        Ibiza COVID-19 News 2022

        Updated – May 6, 2022

        We are pleased to announce that the use of masks related to COVID-19 is now only mandatory in the following cases:

        • In all health centres, services, and establishments, whether by workers, visitors, or patients, with the exception of those who remain in their private rooms.
        • On all means of public transportation, whether by air, bus, or boat, where it is impossible to maintain a distance of 1.5 metres, except in cabins when they are shared by a number of occupants.

        It is still recommended that those who have been exposed to COVID-19 continue to wear masks in situations where prolonged contact with persons less than 1.5 metres away will occur.

        Further, using masks responsibly in enclosed public spaces where people pass through or remain for extended periods, as well as during mass events. Family gatherings, private meetings, or celebrations, are also encouraged to take responsible action depending on the vulnerability of the participants.

        Stay Updated Here – Spain Travel Health 

        For Travel Entry Requirements – https://www.spth.gob.es



        Updated – February 28, 2022

        Applicable to all of the Balearic Islands from February 28th, 2022:

        We’ve finally said goodbye to COVID-19 Full Vaccination Certificate (covid passport) and face masks in all outdoor areas including courtyards, terraces, and all educational facilities.

        All restrictions have been placed at a minimum, yet it is a requirement to follow the below four measurements:

        • Maintain a safe distance as much as possible
        • Wear a face mask (covering nose and mouth) in largely populated public indoor spaces when it is not possible to maintain a safe distance of 1.5m in overcrowded areas
        • Maintain personal hand hygiene 
        • Smoking remains prohibited on the terraces of establishments for public use or similar spaces

        In the case of hotels and restaurants, when indoors guests should always be seated and wearing a mask, except at the time of consumption. Hotel and catering employees must wear a mask at all times. 

        Within these establishments, 100% capacity is authorised with a minimum of 4 square metres per table to maintain the interpersonal safety distance and with hydroalcoholic gels and hand sanitisers available.

        Travelling to Ibiza? Please check out our Ibiza Travel Forecast 2022

        Stay Updated Here – http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en 


        Updated – February 15, 2022

        Applicable to all of the Balearics Islands from February 10th:

        We’ve finally said goodbye to COVID-19 Full Vaccination Certificate (covid passport) and face masks in all outdoor areas including courtyards, terraces, and all educational facilities.

        All restrictions have been placed at a minimum, yet it is a requirement to follow the below three measurements:

        • Maintain a safe distance as much as possible
        • Wear a face mask (covering nose and mouth) in largely populated public indoor spaces when it is not possible to maintain a safe distance in overcrowded areas
        • Maintain personal hand hygiene

        Travelling to Ibiza? Please check out our Ibiza Travel Forecast 2022

        Stay Updated Here – http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en 


        Updated – February 1, 2022

        Applicable to all of the Balearics Islands from January 10th:

        You may be required to present your COVID-19 Full Vaccination Certificate in the following places (it is at the discretion of each establishment to ask customers for the vaccination certificate): 

        • Restaurants, Bars, Cafeterias, Social Clubs, Night Clubs, or any venue where dancing is permitted 
        • Celebrations, Congresses, Seminars, or Similar
        • All Tourist Establishment or Premises with Shared Rooms
        • Cinemas and Other Cultural Spaces
        • Gyms or Similar
        • Competitions and Outdoor / Indoor Training (except for those under the age of 12 years)
        • Sport Events

        All restrictions have been placed at a minimum, yet it is a requirement to follow the below three measurements:

        • Maintain a safe distance as much as possible
        • Wear a face mask (covering nose and mouth) everywhere in populated public indoor spaces
        • Maintain personal hand hygiene 

        Travelling to Ibiza? Please check out our Ibiza Travel Forecast 2022

        Stay Updated Here – http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en 



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          The Ibiza Travel Forecast 2022

          For the first time in almost two years, 2022 is appearing to be the very best year to date for travel. Naturally, travel and tourism still involve advance planning and remaining patient and flexible, but as countries are easing restrictions, and vaccination passports, passenger locator forms, and health testing are becoming the new normal, the vast majority of travellers are finally feeling confident to plan and take their next vacation as normal. 

          Gratefully, there was a lot of unexpected optimism in the tourism industry here in Ibiza over the past two seasons, particularly in the luxury travel sector. Although we all hoped that the optimism would continue, recent "good news" from the media and the nightclub industry have given us every reason to expect the summer of 2022 to be an even better year for Ibiza, attracting tourists from across the globe and bringing things back to how they once were.

          

          Ibiza Night Clubs are Due to Open for their First Full Season this 2022

          In addition to the nightclubs announcing their opening this year, they have also planned to open two weeks earlier than usual, from the end of April, through until October, or possibly November if all goes well.

          As part of the island’s nightlife season, all major operators are working hard to get ready. With a possible 65% capacity, a valid COVID passport, differentiated zones to ease into things safely, and a few necessary restrictions, the clubs will hopefully be fully operational in early Spring. 

          So far, Amnesia has announced their opening party for 2022 and it has not taken long to revolutionise clubbers around the world, who are already placing their bets on the lineup of the opening. On May 21 Amnesia opens its doors and tickets are already on sale too.

          General COVID-19 Restrictions and Measurements in Ibiza

          Even though we can’t predict what the season ahead holds, Ibiza adapted well both during the summer of 2020 and 2021, maintaining a very positive attitude and safety throughout, where the majority of activities and many social events continued to operate as usual. It is evident from the past two seasons, even during much uncertainty, that tourism and events in 2022 will continue to increase and thrive on the island. 

          We have not only seen an increase in culinary experiences, including the opening of numerous new restaurants, especially in the Santa Eulalia area, but tourists have also taken a deeper interest in a multitude of outdoor activities such as sunset charters, private yachts, and the discovery of the island’s hidden gems! All of which has led to many tourism sectors having reported experiencing their best summer seasons, even when compared to prior to the pandemic. 

          Over the winter period 2021/22 we saw a brief tightening of restrictions, whereby proof of ‘COVID Vaccination Passports’ was required for entering restaurants and attending large-scale events. However, these restrictions eased after 2 weeks as the social Christmas season returned back to normal. Like many European countries, mandatory masks are still required in busy urbanised areas and when attending public places like supermarkets and indoor venues, something that will likely continue and is preferred for the safety of us all. 

          So right now, apart from the above-mentioned mask-wearing, there are NO Covid-related RESTRICTIONS in Ibiza. 

          For more info, check out our Ibiza COVID-19 News 2022


          Travel to Ibiza Safely this Season 2022 – Entry Requirements to Enter Spain

          It is very important to stay up-to-date on both the requirements for entering Spain as well as the restrictions that may apply once you arrive in Spain.  

          In light of the fact that the Pandemic is constantly changing, here are a few links and information points to keep in mind.  You can take the majority of the stress out of your travel experience if you have a solid understanding of what to expect before you go and can effectively plan everything that you need. 

          

          Do I need a  Health Control or Passenger Locator Form to enter Ibiza?

          The safety of tourism is dependent on the health control measures taken. The Balearic Islands require that all visitors entering from other international countries, regardless of their nationality, age, or any other consideration, complete a health check or a passenger locator form. 

          It is important to note that the only travellers to whom this form does not apply to are international passengers in transit at a Spanish airport with a final destination in another country, provided that the transit lasts less than 24 hours and that the passengers do not leave the airport premises. It is imperative that each form is fully completed accurately on an individual basis in order to check-in and fly. Each form can only be associated with one trip at a time.Health Check Forms for all travel into Spain can be found here: https://spth.gob.es

          

          Do I need a Vaccination Certificate, Diagnostic Test or Recovery Certificate to enter Ibiza?

          All passengers arriving from another country must present one of the following documents in order to enter Spain:

          1. A certificate of Vaccination against COVID-19 

          Valid from 14 days after the complete vaccination schedule (x2) and for up to one year after the date of vaccination.

          1. A negative certification of an active infection diagnostic test

          Required 72h prior to arrival in the Balearic Islands or a rapid antigen test, 48h prior to arrival in the Balearic Islands. Currently, at the point of publishing this type of certificate is NOT accepted in the case of passengers arriving from the United Kingdom (UK).  A full Vaccination certificate is required.

          1. A certificate of recovery after having contracted the disease

          Corresponding to a test within a period not exceeding 180 days after the date of the first positive result of an active infection diagnostic test (NAAT) and no earlier than 11 days following the date of that positive result. Currently, at the point of publishing this type of certificate is NOT accepted in the case of passengers arriving from the United Kingdom (UK).  A full Vaccination certificate is required.

          These certificates (vaccination, diagnostic test, recovery) must be the original, written in either Spanish, English, French, or German, and may be presented in paper or electronic format.

          For regular updates and more information see Safe Tourism Illes Balears Travel.

          

          Find a COVID Test Centre in Ibiza 

          Tourists and residents of the Balearic Islands can take the rapid antigen test upon arrival without an appointment at the Balearic Islands Health Service’s COVID EXPRÉS testing centres.

          Here you can find your Covid Express Testing Centres 


          Thanks for staying updated with Prestige Properties Ibiza.  We are looking incredibly forward to another successful tourist season and the slow return of one of our main tourist attractions, Ibiza’s globally recognised Night Clubs.

          If you are considering travelling to Ibiza this season 2022 and are still yet to book accommodation, then why not check out our villas on offer.

          Alternatively, our team members are always ready to help you with your travel opportunities and are happy to assist you with any of your questions, so get in touch with us today!

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            Discover the island’s secrets with My Ibiza and Formentera

            We would love for all our clients, who have placed their trust in us with purchasing or renting a property of their dreams in the past, to also have a unique memento of Ibiza: a special piece of unique treasure that uncovers some of the most unknown secrets of Ibiza: My Ibiza and Formentera – The True Insider’s Guide.

            This guide is a must-have for any traveler visiting our island, as well as for residents that want to discover everything both new and old about Ibiza; as stated in the New York Times article:

            "My Ibiza and Formentera, a new (and very necessary) guide".

            Its creator Hjordis Fogelberg tells us that her latest updated edition is full of useful tips and all types of recommendations. As explained by Hjordis: "my parents arrived at Ibiza with the first wave of hippies during the 60s. I spent summers barefoot, my skin was tanned and my hair was faded by the sun". As a result of her knowledge and passion for the island where she was born, any person that buys her books will instantly become part of authentic Ibiza. Things that are a must when you are visiting the west side of the island, recommendations for practicing sports, the best spots to view the sunset, culinary experiences, events, and especially culture, a lot of cultures, are the ingredients of this book!

            Fogelberg was also a pioneer as co-founder and collaborator in creating magazines Pacha and Best of Ibiza; milestones that completely changed the advertising style of the island, beginning with the fad for discotheque sponsored magazines, which are still being printed to this day.

            A particularity about this guide is that all the illustrations have been created by the author. My Ibiza and Formentera is a very visual publication, its illustrations show different landscapes that highlight the beauty of our island: from the authentic country lifestyle, to the architecture of the old city or the properties that represent the essence of Ibiza. This edition is easy to read and is arranged by different contents to include a brief history of Ibiza, an index of interesting words, an extractable map you can carry in your pocket, and even a lunar calendar.

            We are very happy to collaborate on this project by sponsoring the back cover of the latest editions. From Prestige Properties we want you to take a little piece of Ibiza with you wherever you go with the hope of turning our island into "your Ibiza".

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              Ibiza COVID-19 News 2021

              Updated – September 28, 2021

              From September 28, 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the plan is to "return to normal" from September, 28.
              • Nightlife (pubs and bars) can be extended now until 4 am unless any specific municipality establishes its own local restrictions.  
              • Similarly, nightclubs can open until 5 am with specific conditions (outlined below) 
              • In restaurants, diners per table are currently without limit, restaurant terraces can operate at their maximum capacity with internal spaces hosting a maximum of 75% in all hospitality venues
              • There are no longer any night-time mobility restrictions, nor group reunion restrictions in public and private spaces
              • Gyms are able to operate at 100% capacity and wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) is obligatory
              • Cultural activities may take place with a maximum of 2500 people in exterior settings, 1000 people may stand, the rest seated, and 500 people maximum in interior settings, all must be seated. 
              • Face masks are to be worn when it is not possible to maintain a safe distance of at least 1.5 metres, both indoors and in outdoor settings.

              Nightclubs in Ibiza to open on October 8th 2021.

              The guidelines at this point include the following:

              1. COVID-19 pass required to enter (green pass – pending approval of the Balearic Superior Court of Justice)

              2. Masks to be worn at all times (unless seated at tables for consumption)

              3. Social distance of 2 metres to be maintained at all times

              4. Maximum capacity of 75%

              5. Closing time is 5 am




              Updated – September, 15 2021

              From September, 15 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the maximum number of diners per table is 12 for outdoor seating on restaurant terraces and 8 per table for indoor seating which can be from different households in all hospitality venues.
              • Restaurants and bars may open uninterruptedly every day of the week in Ibiza, both indoors and outdoors until 02:00h.
              • There are no night time mobility restrictions, except you cannot be in reunion with people on the beaches or public park areas during the hours of  02:00h – 06:00h. 
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) is obligatory when it is not possible to maintain a safe distance both indoors and in outdoor settings.



              Updated – July, 19 2021

              From July, 19 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the maximum number of diners per table is 8 for outdoor seating and 4 per table for indoor seating (with a maximum of 50% capacity for internal seating), which can be from different households in all hospitality venues.
              • Restaurants and bars may open uninterruptedly until 01:00h every day of the week in Ibiza, both indoors and outdoors.
              • Smoking at restaurants is prohibited both indoors and outdoors.
              • There is no curfew in place, but you cannot be in reunion with people from outside your household between the hours of 01:00h – 06:00h. 
              • In outdoor places, including beaches, there is no limitation of number of people in a group, however, the security distance of at least 1.5 metres should be maintained, and where this is not possible masks should be worn. 
              • Meetings at private dwellings and in public are also without limitations, however it is recommended to take precautions and maintain preventive measures.
              • Shops may open with a 100% capacity in large commercial areas as well as smaller businesses.
              • Cultural events whereby the public must remain seated can be held at max. 75% capacity, with a maximum of 2500 people in open air spaces, and 500 people in enclosed spaces. A 100% capacity is allowed for groups under 300 participants. All events must end at 01:00h.
              • Sports events can be held at a maximum of 50% with a maximum of 2500 persons in open spaces and a maximum of 500 persons in closed spaces.
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) everywhere in urban / populated public indoor spaces, including at restaurants while waiting for drinks and food, is strongly recommended. It is not mandatory to wear a mask outdoors (although this is highly recommended by the government) unless a safe social distance of 1.5m cannot be maintained between non-cohabiting household members.  

              FINES

              • Shops and supermarkets are not allowed to sell alcohol after 22:00h with a minimum fine of 5,000 €.
              • Taking part in illegal gatherings and/or parties after 01:00h, fines can range from 1,000 € to up to 5,000 € per person.

              VERY IMPORTANT FOR HOMEOWNERS:

              If illegal parties take place in a rented villa, the owner of the villa will have to notify the details of the tenants and the promoters of the party to the authorities, or else the owner will also be fined up to 600,000 euros.



              Updated – June, 19 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the maximum number of diners per table is 12 for outdoor seating and 6 per table for indoor seating, which can be from different households in all hospitality venues.
              • Outdoor terraces can be occupied at 100% of their restaurant capacity
              • All restaurant interiors can be occupied at 50% of their capacity 
              • Sitting at bars is now possible, however guests must be eating and in a maximum group of 2 people with 1.5m distance between groups.
              • Restaurants and bars may now open uninterruptedly until 02:00h every day of the week in Ibiza, both indoors  and outdoors.
              • Smoking inside of restaurants is prohibited.
              • The curfew is now lifted
              • In outdoor places, including beaches, the maximum number of people is 15, but they can be from an unlimited number of households.
              • Meetings at private dwellings and in public are now without limitations, however it is recommended to take precautions and maintain preventive measures.
              • Shops may open with a 100% capacity in large commercial areas as well as smaller businesses.
              • Places of worship can now open to maximum capacity.  However, group ceremonies can host a maximum of 50 persons in interior premises and 100 persons on exterior premises.
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) everywhere in public, including at restaurants while waiting for drinks and food, is required up to June 26th June.


              Updated – June, 6 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the maximum number of diners per table is 8 for outdoor seating and 4 per table for indoor seating, which can be from different households.
              • Terraces can be occupied at 100% of their capacity (max 250 customers)
              • All Interiors can be occupied at 50% of their capacity (max 150 customers)
              • Restaurants may now open uninterruptedly until Midnight every day of the week in Ibiza both indoors  and outdoors.
              • Smoking in public remains prohibited.
              • The curfew is now lifted, except on the beaches, which "close" between  the hours of 22:00h – 06:00h
              • In outdoor places, including beaches, the maximum number of people is 15, but they can be from an unlimited number of households.
              • Meetings at private dwellings allow for up to 15 people outside, and indoors up to 10 people.
              • Shops may open until Midnight, with a 100% capacity in large commercial areas as well as smaller businesses.
              • Places of worship can now open to maximum capacity.
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) everywhere in public, including at restaurants while waiting for drinks and food, is still required. 


              Updated – May, 23 2021

              From May, 23 2021

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • In Ibiza, the maximum number of diners per table is 4, both outdoors and indoors, and the 4 individuals can be from 4 different households, unless the group is from the same household (parents with 3 children for example), in which case they can be seated together.
              • Terraces can be occupied at 100% of their capacity (max 250 customers)
              • In Formentera, eight people can be seated at a table outdoors and four indoors. Interiors can be occupied at 50% of their capacity (max 150).
              • In Ibiza, Interiors can be occupied at 50% of their capacity if no terrace area is available, restaurants with terraces can occupy interior spaces up to 30% (max 150 seated indoors).
              • Restaurants may now open uninterruptedly until 23:00 every day of the week in Ibiza and 23:30 in Formentera on their exterior terraces.
              • Interior restaurant spaces must close at 18:00 every day
              • Smoking in public remains prohibited.
              • The curfew is now from 24:00 hs06:00 hs.
              • In outdoor places, including beaches, the maximum number of people is eight, but they can be from an unlimited number of households. Meetings at private dwellings allow for up to six people, indoors the six people cannot be from more than 2 households, but in the outdoor (garden etc.) they can.
              • Shops may open until 22:00, with a 100% capacity in large commercial areas as well as smaller businesses.
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) in public, including at restaurants while waiting for drinks and food, is still required.


              Updated – May, 14 2021

              The Government has announced that Spain is no longer in a state of alarm and that Ibiza goes down to Level 1 in the de-escalation process as of May 9.

              The latest restrictions are as follows:

              • The maximum number of 4 diners per table is maintained, and the 4 individuals can be from 4 different households, unless the group is from the same household (parents with 3 children for example), in which case they can be seated together.
              • In Formentera, four people can be seated at a table indoors and six outdoors.
              • Terraces can be occupied at 100% of their capacity and may now open uninterruptedly until 22:30* every day of the week.
              • Restaurant interior spaces remain closed and smoking in public remains prohibited.
              • The curfew remains from 23:00 hs – 06:00 hs.
              • In outdoor places, including beaches, the maximum number of people is six, but they can be from an unlimited number of households. Meetings at private dwellings allow for up to six people, indoors the six people cannot be from more than 2 households, but in the outdoor (garden etc.) they can.
              • Shops may open to 22:00, with a 100% capacity in large commercial areas as well as smaller businesses .
              • Wearing a face mask (covering nose and mouth) in public, including at restaurants while waiting for drinks and food, is still required.

              *We are expecting that bars and restaurants will be able to open their interior seating areas from May 23, but only for those who do not have an outside terrace space for customers.



              Updated – April, 23rd 2021

              The Government has announced that Ibiza will remain on alert level two. All new measures will take effect this Saturday 24th April, and will be in force until May 9.

              The latest Phase 2 restrictions are as follows:

              • The maximum number of 4 diners per table is maintained, but the limitations of non-cohabiting groups on outdoor terraces are eliminated (therefore, 4 individuals can now join each other from 4 different households), unless the group is from the same household (parents with 3 children for example), in which case they can be seated together.
              • Terraces may now be occupied at 100% of their capacity and may open in two shifts, the first closing at 17:00, and the second opening from 20:00 to 22:30 from Monday to Thursday (Ibiza dinner’s are back!)
              • Restaurant interior spaces remain closed and smoking in public remains prohibited.
              • The curfew has been extended until 23:00.
              • The limitation of non-cohabiting groups is also eliminated for meetings in exterior spaces, including beaches, with a maximum of six people.
              • Meetings at private dwellings allow for up to six people, indoors the six people cannot be from more than 2 households, but in the outdoor (garden etc.) they can.
              • Shops may open to 21:00, and are extended up to 50% capacity in large commercial areas; small businesses may remain up to a maximum capacity of 75%.

              COVID-19 infections in Ibiza & Formentera have stabilised (today 112 active cases). Small groups have started vaccinations, which is to be accelerated in numbers, and the health situation continues to improve. However, the need for caution remains (especially with the British variant being more contagious) in order to safeguard tourism and the summer season ahead.



              Updated – March, 15th 2021

              On Friday 12th March 2021, the president of the Govern, Francina Armengol, announced a continuation of a "slow" descaling of restrictions for Ibiza.

              The descaling measures are highlighted below and are set to be reviewed again on April 9th.

              • Ibiza commences Phase 3 on Monday 15th until April 11th
              • Curfew is maintained from 22:00 hours to 6:00 in the morning
              • Bars and Restaurants can open their outdoor terraces up to a 50% capacity with a maximum of 4 heads per table, from 2 separate cohabiting households
              • Closing times for all hospitality premises is 17:00
              • Social gatherings may be held with a maximum of 6 people from 2 cohabiting households inside and outside, including beaches, and with masks
              • Shops remain open with a capacity of 50%, also now including larger-scale premises
              • Shops to close at 20:00
              • Visits to health centres and nursing homes can return to normal
              • Gyms can open again with a 30% capacity

              From 26 March to 11 April, (Easter) to prevent "social relaxation", and a post-Christmas effect, only people from the same household can be inside a private property, four people from two households in public property and a maximum of up to 6 people from two households in the outdoors.

              TRAVEL UPDATE:

              From Monday 15th March 2021, Ibiza and Formentera will open their perimeters, which means that ports and airports will allow travellers to enter the islands without needing to prove "special circumstances".

              This means movement between the Balearic Islands is relaxed.

              Ibiza will accept international travellers, who will be asked to fill in an official health form via an online QR code as well as a negative PCR result from the previous 72 hrs.

              To read the full press release please visit: Ibiza pasa a Nivel 3 hasta el 11 de abril: terrazas abiertas al 50% solo hasta las 17 horas – Nou Diari

              We will endeavour to send out the latest Ibiza Covid-19 News Update when the current restrictions have again been reviewed.

              Covid update Ibiza nivell 3 March 2021


              Updated – February 12th, 2021

              Dear readers,

              If you are considering visiting Ibiza during the season of 2021, we would like to reassure both tourists and second-home visitors that Ibiza is set on a positive path and is looking to remain open and ready to welcome you.

              Recently, there have been some unreliable news stories and rumours circulating regarding Spain being closed to tourists next Summer. This is due to a few controversial statements made by the government last month, which we would like to clarify.

              In late January the Balearic government ordered the perimeter closure of Ibiza, meaning that travel to and from is restricted to those with justifiable reasons (work & health), which has been extended until March 1st. This is to ensure the island minimises all immediate risks and normal travel is planned to resume as soon as current Covid-19 numbers stabilise and/or decline.

              While we can’t confirm if travel restrictions will be extended in the coming weeks, official statements are all pointing towards unrestricted travel for Easter and the spring season. Travelling from within Europe will be possible with a negative PCR test, filling out a simple health form with a QR code at arrival and, naturally, respecting any safety measures and regulations in place.

              The general expectation is that we will see a season similar to that of 2020, whereby everyone is welcome and able to enjoy their surroundings, with outdoor activities and social events, such as relaxing on beaches, swimming, sporting activities, eateries, including beach clubs, walking, and exploring the island, continuing as normal. The only main difference compared to pre-Covid-19 seasons, will be the closure of night clubs and large-scale overcrowded venues, including some hotels, which are likely to remain closed (which is what the government was in fact referring to when it made its statements regarding tourism in 2021).

              We hope that this information has been useful and we will endeavour to send out an Ibiza Covid-19 News Update once a month, to keep you informed. For any more specific questions regarding travel or where to stay on the island; virtual property viewings or the virtual property purchase process, please do not hesitate to contact us!

              For regular updates, recommendations, and experiences, be sure to keep up to date with our latest news via our social media pages and blog posts.

              Please Note: All information given may be affected during the COVID-19 pandemic and current restrictions. Please ensure for any event or public activity that you are up to date and fully informed.

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              Send us a message and we will get back as quickly as possible!

                Winter in Ibiza with Prestige Properties | Part. 2 Cultural Experiences & Festivities

                Cultural experiences and festivities in Ibiza during the winter months…

                The winter months and off-season here in Ibiza can offer an entirely different aspect and set of experiences compared to the height of the summer, for both tourists visiting and those residing on a long-term basis.

                Spectacular natural surroundings and remote beaches with plenty of leisure activities makes winter in Ibiza filled with a tremendous sense of the great outdoors. Our ‘Winter in Ibiza’ (part 1) highlights a brief introduction of activities for groups of friends and families to engage in and enjoy, everything from water sports, golfing, excursions, boating, guided hiking and cycling tours.

                However, with Ibiza winter’s being more than eventful, and not just from a leisurely perspective, we’ve put together our second ‘Winter in Ibiza’ blog, solely focussing on the wealth of fantastic cultural experiences and festivities here in Ibiza.

                If you’re considering taking the opportunity to explore Ibiza and enjoy some winter sun between October through to March, or you’re new to Ibiza on a permanent basis, then these cultural and social experiences may be just what you are looking for to ensure your winter in Ibiza is filled with an exciting itinerary.

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                Winter in Ibiza Part. 2 – Cultural Experiences and Festivities in Ibiza

                Hippy Markets

                Ibiza is renowned for its unique and lively artisan markets, some of which have been in existence since the start of the island’s tourism, dating back to the late 1950’s and early 1960’s.

                For this historical reason alone, the summer months can often encounter an influx of tourists at the many ‘Hippy Market’ hotspots on offer. With plenty of regular weekly openings, events, great food and live music, these island attractions are always very popular and have brought regular recurring tourism year after year.

                In the winter months, much of Ibiza still hosts regular markets which can be found scattered around various villages on a weekly basis (although not all). Each one is filled with arts, crafts, artisan fashion and jewelry, as well as some fantastic food options.

                Hippy Markets during the winter offer a place where many can gather together for relaxed, casual weekends and enjoy a unique atmosphere (especially when compared to the rush of the summer), with a sense of history, culture and community all rolled into one.

                Everything from the famous Las Dalias Hippy Market (held on Saturdays during the off-season) with its brightly decorated stadium of over 200 market stalls; to San Juan’s smaller local market (on Sunday’s), perhaps the most cultured hippy origin with entertaining live music, regular dancing and a delicious paella street food performance; to the grand flea market in Sant Jordi (every Saturday morning), selling an abundant of almost anything from ‘bric and brac’ to some relatively valuable household furniture.

                These regular hippy market meeting points are bound to keep everybody entertained, bumping into familiar faces, meeting new friends and no doubt finding some fine gifts or treasured items.

                Las Dalias Hippy Market Ibiza

                Patron Days and Festivals

                Ibiza may be well-known for it’s party and club culture, but the locals also have a ‘fiesta’ style of their own. The word fiesta itself translates to festival, carnival or can refer to an annual religious celebration. Here, local villages may honour their patron saint, a national holiday, or even a national food may be observed and commemorated. Either way or celebration, the Ibicencan culture likes to get festive, and on a very regular basis to say the least.

                Almost every month throughout the year, a particular village on the island is filled with bustling streets of families and friends, consumed with market stalls, live music, parades, fancy dress, children’s activities, sports, competitions, folk dancing and of course plenty of freshly prepared authentic food and drink.

                The festive event calendar is most definitely one to keep track of. You should know when the next Ibiza town event is occurring and beware of traffic, town road closures and closures of local supermarkets and stores. Equally, you wouldn’t want to miss out on some of the island’s most fun and festive experiences on offer.

                There are four fantastic festivities, asides from the many patron saint days, that are particularly well celebrated throughout the winter here in Ibiza. ‘Dia de Reyes’ (Three Kings Day), ‘Rúas de Carnaval’ (Carnival Season), Ibiza Sabor Festival (local food festival) and the San Mateo Wine Festival are all fantastic events and well worth visiting for the day.

                Arroz a Banda Ibiza

                ‘Día de Reyes’ takes place from the evening of January 5th and fills most of the following day, January 6th. The celebration is one of the biggest on the island, with the central theme relating to ‘The Three Kings’ presenting gifts to baby Jesus just after his birth.
                Naturally, with the Christmas spirit still optimal and most families coming to the end of their festive holiday, ‘Dia de Reyes’ offers an exciting end to the Christmas season. It’s a remarkably special event for the young who wait eagerly for ‘The Three Kings’ to arrive at the grand parades, either in Ibiza Town, Santa Eulalia, San Jose or San Antonio as they ride through the streets handing out sweets to the children.
                March offers the national ‘Rúas de Carnaval’, a large Spanish celebration whereby everybody gets creative and colourful with fancy dress costumes, organised performing arts, parades, live music, activities and wonderful decorations throughout every village and town. Most of the week is vibrant with different events throughout Ibiza and street parties to attend. Carnival throughout Spain marks the beginning of spring time, as celebrations take place prior to lent and signifying the Easter period.

                The Ibiza Sabor Festival is organised by the Consell Insular d’Eivissa, and provides a local celebration comprising a wonderful food festival which incorporates many of the island’s fantastic restaurants. The day is filled with an array of special Mediterranean cuisine and tapas from a variety of restaurateurs. This spectacular day includes plenty of food demonstrations, eating at a discounted price at participating restaurants and visits to wineries for tastings. The event takes place usually between 31 October to 5 December on an annual basis.

                Lastly, San Mateo hosts a lovely annual wine festival that usually takes place in December and is an opportunity for wine producers, restaurateurs and locals to get together and celebrate another great year in Ibiza. It’s a great festival to sample some of the finer gastro-fare that Ibiza has on offer and get acquainted with some of Ibiza’s local wine producers.

                Ibiza Sant Mateu D Albarca San Mateo White Church

                Cultural Attractions in Ibiza

                Dalt Vila

                Ibiza has plenty of history and cultural heritage to explore. Dalt Vila is perhaps the most well-known and monumental spot which offers a breath-taking central castle and Cathedral located at the very top of its mountainous city walls. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, declared in 1999, is a fantastic tourist attraction and offers outstanding views from its location across the entire island, the Mediterranean Sea and the isle of Formentera. Ibiza’s Cathedral, known as Catedral de Santa María was built in the 13th century and is representative of the stunning Gothic and Baroque Catalan architecture. The place of worship still encompasses the existing religious side of Ibiza locals with regular Mass and ceremonies often taking place.

                Dalt Vila Ibiza
                Museums and Galleries in Ibiza: "Museum of Archaeology"

                The Museum of Archaeology is also well-worth a visit if archaeology is of interest. The museum, located within Dalt Vila grounds is an institution that preserves and researches remains found on the island of Ibiza and Formentera over the past few thousand years, including excavated burial sites and ancient artefacts, taking visitors on a journey through a history of inhabitants from anywhere around the Punic and Roman times and thereafter.

                The Museum of Archaeology Ibiza
                Museums and Galleries in Ibiza: "Contemporary Art Museum"

                The Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza also located in Dalt Vila, is a wonderfully unique art gallery showcasing permanent collections of art from the 1960’s all the way through to new modern arts. Some fledgling collections of photography and regular visiting exhibitions is a great place where you can explore some of Ibiza’s most substantial artistic expressionists. The gallery is perfectly situated close to many trending bars and restaurants in the Dalt Vila area, so visitors can take time to relax and enjoy a different side of the island for the entire day.

                MACE Museum Ibiza

                Considering taking your next vacation in Ibiza during the winter season?

                It is often the sheer beauty and opportunity to quest the island’s community, history, and uniqueness as the main motive for tourism during the off-season. And, if you wish to feel part of the real spirit of Ibiza, the off-season is the perfect time to do so.

                We would highly recommend any kind of outdoor leisure activities and cultural experiences, and although this introduction of ideas and experiences from our two part blog is not exhaustive of all there is to see and do, it gives a good starting point of what is on offer during the winter season.

                Thanks for staying updated with Prestige Properties Ibiza. We hope to see you this winter, making the most of the White Isle.

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