Open every day from May until October, you'll find Blue Marlin in the beautiful Cala Jondal Bay. Over the years, it's become the definition of how to live it up Ibiza-VIP-style, and has become such a popular destination for the rich and famous that there is an official Blue Marlin water taxi service, employed to ferry the exclusive clientele to the bar from their private yachts. Nestled on a pebbly beach on the south west of the island overlooking picturesque waters, Blue Marlin is also reachable by car and provides both day and nighttime fun. Mainly set outdoors, it offers numerous day beds, perfect to share with a group of friends, a special someone, or anyone you might have just met.
Arguably the most quintessential of Ibiza clubbing experiences, Amnesia has long been the backdrop for some of the island's most unforgettable clubbing moments. Two massive rooms, one a dark, cavernous cauldron, the other an expansive arena that is flooded with light when the sun rises, are guarded by the notorious Amnesia ice cannons that could strike at any time. Very eclectic in its programming, Amnesia covers the best of techno, house, trance, dubstep and even some live shows. Like all the super clubs, Amnesia's main dancefloors can get extremely busy and are famed for incredible communal moments with every hand in the air. The upper levels of Amnesia are VIP, providing an amazing view of the revelry below.
Pacha Ibiza opened in 1973 and is the earliest superclub in Ibiza. Built in Ses Feixes and facing Ibiza town, Pacha was designed to resemble a farmhouse. The club was featured in the 2004 movie It's All Gone Pete Tong and has capacity of 3000.
Once taken a dip in the warm Balearic sea, marveled at sunsets, partied all night and visited Formentera, it is now time to indulge yourself in one Ibiza’s best attractions: its various Hippy Markets. Rooted in the hippy movement that fled to Ibiza during the 60s, they are scattered all over the island and cater for every taste.
Es Vedrà is a small rocky island off the south western seaboard of Ibiza. The island, which is 413 meters tall, is part of the Cala d’Hort nature reserve and lies 1.5423 miles (2.4821 km) off the coast at Cala d’Hort, which is in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia. The island is uninhabited. Es Vedra is shrouded in myths and legend, the most popular of which is that it is in fact the third most magnetic spot on earth (after the north pole and the Bermuda Triangle). There is no evidence to support this though some report that navigational instruments are affected in the vicinity of Es Vedra. Mention its status as the number three magnetic spot to a local however and you will either be met with a blank stare or laughter.
Ushuaïa Ibiza is the ideal choice for those who come to Ibiza for the best beach and pool parties. With live performances of the top DJs in the world, the most exclusive day and night ambiance in a modern setting and designed with all kinds of comforts, luxuries and VIP services.