I understand that Ibiza, Spain has a reputation for being a wild party island, but it can also be laid-back. Like everything in life, it all depends on what you want to do! When we ventured out in the middle of the day, the atmosphere was very calm and I felt like I was in a tropical oasis. We went on a fantastic uphill walk with views of Old Town, walked along the harbor and listened to the waves crashing up against the rocks, and then we ate margarita pizza at a sidewalk cafe. Since there is a lot of walking involved in Ibiza so sensible shoes are a must. B and I wore flip flops and we were slipping on the cobblestone the entire time!
There are plenty of street cafes, tours for history buffs, and a lot of stores filled with cute clothes you can’t find in the States. And if you want to party? — well you can do that, too! When the cruise ship dropped us off at the port, plenty of the tourists on board scouted out the perfect bars and clubs to spend their night at. If we hadn’t been so tired after sightseeing all day, maybe we would have ventured out too.
Have you ever been to Ibiza, Spain?
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