Grab a pizza and bottle of red then head to the top of the cathedral for an awe-inspiring spectacle. Getting there is an experience alone; traipse upward through winding cobbled streets to find Spanish locals playing cards and sipping espresso, amongst the intertwining whitewashed roads and trailing wisteria. This is true Ibiza.
Theres a pizzeria at the entrance of the castle walls, nothing will motivate you to climb to the top than a pizza and a sunset.
One glance at Instagram and there is a high chance you’ve seen Es Vedrà. One of the talking points of the island, there is something so magnetic about the rock, which is never felt better than when sitting at this famous viewpoint. Chances are it’s so magical, your punnet of tomatoes may steamroll down the hill in front of the crowds (just us?)…
Take a picnic blanket & bottle of wine - get there at least an hour before sunset to get a good spot
The epitome of authentic Ibizan country charm, Casa Maca offers a rural retreat in the peaceful hills of Can Palau. Living up to its name (the direct translation of maca is beautiful), its sunset views of the Old Town are one of the most beautiful places on the island to watch the sun go down. Grab a spot on the carpeted candlelit area for nature and tranquillity surrounded by lavender fields
From the terrace of Hostal La Torre, the sunset is framed by a stunning landscape that includes Cape Nonó and the island of Sa Conillera. Surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, this countryside spot is located just 3km from the hectic San Antonio. Though you’d never know this as you relax and enjoy the magic.
If you like the characteristic sound of Balearic chill-out music, you mustn’t miss the DJ sessions that make up the soundtrack to the sunsets.
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