Ibiza 2024 – Your Adventure Awaits

Although there’s still a chill in the air of an evening at the moment, we can almost smell the summer season around the corner.

It feels like only yesterday that we were wrapping up the 2023 season, and getting ready for the fun-filled winter ahead.

And what a winter it was!

With Christmas and New Year being a near-distant memory, we’re now embarking on what’s set to be another busy, and very exciting summer on the white isle.


One of the biggest reports so far club-wise is for the move of German DJ Claptone, from Pacha over to Amnesia.

His weekly residency on a Tuesday for Masquarade will be a much-welcomed addition to the super-club in San Rafael.

A lot of parties have now been announced, including the openings of and Ushuaïa in Playa d’en Bossa on the 27th April.

Along with Pacha on the 26th and Amnesia on the 11th May, amongst many others.

IMS will be hosted between the 24th26th April at the Mondrian and Hyde hotels in Cala Llonga.

A bold move from its previous historic location, at the top of Dalt Vila in the Old Town of Ibiza.



There are also a number of new hotels popping up all over the island this year.

Including a new addition to the Vibra ‘family’ in San Antonio.


Along with the clubs and hotels, there is also a plethora of wonderful restaurants and bars, which will be welcoming guests again soon.

We’re especially looking forward to the opening of Tapas in San Antonio.

A beautiful eatery that’s nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the town.

Offering fresh and flavoursome fare, plus a delicious selection of meat-free dishes to match.

Tapas Ibiza – Sant Antoni de Portmany

We also can’t wait for beachside dining once again at Tropicana in Cala Jondal, from the 22nd March.

There are so many amazing spots here to spend hours over good company, food and drinks.

Including plenty that are open over the cooler months too. Such as Côtô in San RafaelVenezia in San Antonio and Yalla in Santa Eulalia.

If that’s not enough to tickle your fancy, then there’s all the stunning beaches, shops and local events to relish in too.

Venezia – Sant Antoni de Portmany

From popular Spanish holidays such as Sant Bartomeu on the 24th August, with fireworks at midnight in San Antonio.

To the famous Las Dalias market in San Carlos


If you’re planning on visiting with the family, then there’s enough to keep the little ones busy until bed time.

Whether it be a day out at the Alpaca Farm, or a trip on your own private boat charter.

Maybe venturing over to Cap Blanc Aquarium, hiking with Ibiza Explorers or Go Karting is more your thing.

Whatever you’re into, there’s so much fun to be had here.

Es Currals Alpacas – Ibiza

You don’t need to break the bank whilst you’re here either.

Ibiza may be a playground for the rich and famous, but it hasn’t always been this way. And there is still a huge variety of places to visit, and things to do that won’t cost you the earth.

Head off the ‘beaten track’ and you’ll find numerous, family-owned spots to experience.

Ones which are more than fair on price, without substituting on quality.

In fact, you’ll often find that these locations are much more personable and relaxed compared to the bigger, more ‘touristy’ haunts.

Whatever you’re looking for from a holiday, you’ll find it right here on Ibiza.


Alexandra Ellis

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