Ibiza's legendary nightlife is centred around two areas, Ibiza Town on the south coast and Sant Antoni on the west coast. The two are joined by a 15km stretch of road so it's easy to visit one from the other. Iconic clubs in Ibiza Town include Pacha and El Divino, and Sant Antoni is where you'll find Eden and Es Paradis, as well as the famous Cafe del Mar bar.
The beaches along Ibiza's south coast are generally quieter and more undiscovered than elsewhere so you can have a quiet relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist areas. The beaches on the north coast tend to be noisier and more into the beach-clubbing vibe, although there are still quiet spots which can make a nice mix of partying and peacefulness.
The interior of Ibiza is a haven of small country villages surrounded by olive trees, almond groves and lovely views. The salt flats on the southernmost tip of the island and its surroundings form Ses Salinas Nature Park, where ancient trees, lakes and birds of prey can all be found. There's another protected nature park, in the area surrounding Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Thisis protected for its marine life, forests, cliffs and streams and boasts the magic of Vedra rock.