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Top picks to spend one day in Ibiza

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Tamilla Dowse Tamilla Dowse

Top picks to spend one day in Ibiza
Whatever the reason may be, you’ve found yourself on the White Isle for 24 hours. There’s so much to do, but where do you start and how do you possibly pick? The good news is we’ve got you covered:


First things first, brekkie! I think we can all agree that there’s no better way to start your day than with a healthy and hearty breakfast, right?

The Skinny Kitchen has a delicious selection of meals, and best of all you can indulge completely guilt-free!

Opening hours: from 10 am to 8 pm every day.
Address: 20 passeig de la mar, Sant Antoni.

At Nude Cafe you can enjoy an organic, healthy brunch and freshly made juices. No plastic straws or packaging, only real food made with love.

Opening hours: from 9 am to 11 pm every day.

AddressPlaça Pintor Vincent Calbet, 3, Ibiza. 

Cappuccino Ibiza is the place to be if you’re looking for a spot with spectacular views of the port and a fancy ambiance to start your day, the best way.

Opening hours: 8.30 am to 1 am every day.
Address: Passeig Joan Carles I, 2o, La Marina, Ibiza.

However, if you prefer a good old-fashioned breakfast then you can also check out our article about the top brunch spots on the island for some other ideas.


Obviously, if you’ve only got a day to spend in Ibiza, you can’t miss going to the beach! What better way to relax after eating breakfast than to head down to the beach and bask in the warm sunlight and ocean waves? To make things even easier for you, we chose three very different beaches for you and broke down everything you need to know about each of them.

If you’re looking for the party beach then Playa D’en Bossa is undoubtedly the place to go.

if you appreciate tranquility then Cala Codolar is beautiful and very peaceful, as it is located far away from the clubs.

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Or, if you’re looking for a big cala with restaurants and bars where you can also practice water sports and enjoy the views… Then Cala de Sant Vincent is the winner.


For those of you that lead an active lifestyle, we recommend you try out some kayaking. However, don’t be intimidated by this if you’re more of a chiller. Kayaking is fun for everyone and you get to see the gorgeous sights the island has to offer in the process. Oh and by the way, you should probably know that it’s totally normal to spot dolphins merely meters away as you row on by, sounds like an absolute dream doesn’t it!

If you are done with the water, enjoy one of the plenty trekking routes that cross the entire island. Visit the lighthouse in Portinatx, discover the views of Torre Des Savinar, A.K.A. “The Pirate’s Tower”, or just wander around the hills in Siesta. Or, you can check out 3 walking trails that will make you fall in love with Ibiza, here.


What would a holiday be if it didn’t revolve around food? After kayaking, you must be famished, which means… It’s lunch time!


Aubergine Ibiza offers a traditional Mediterranean cuisine, the answer to all your hummus cravings! In continuation with the healthy tone we set from breakfast, they bring you a ‘farm to table’ concept.

Address: Carretera de San Miquel, Km 9.9 between Santa Gertrudis and Sant Miguel.  Opening hours: Every day except Tuesdays, from 12 pm to 12 am.

Sunset Ashram has everything you could ask to a restaurant in Ibiza. A delicious menu specialized in seafood and Asian dishes (salads, burgers, and meat are also available), and stunning views of Cala Conta that will make you stay until the sunset.

Opening hours: Every day from 10 am to 12 pm.
Address: Cala Conta, S/N, Sant Agustí Des Vedra, Sant Josep.


What better way to burn off all the calories from lunch than shopping?! You might think that Ibiza doesn’t have anything to offer you other than a few tacky souvenir shops, but you couldn’t be more wrong…after all, Ibiza is home to the famous hippy markets. Check out our article on the best markets and thrift stores to get some ideas on where to go, and if you want to bring back a few “only in Ibiza” trinkets then you can read our article on the best souvenirs shops as well.


Everyone knows that after a long hard day of shopping, there’s nothing more appealing than sitting down and having a refreshing drink.

S’Escalinata is an Ibiza classic, so you know that we had to include it on our list!

Opening hours: Every day from 10.30 am to 2.30 am.                                                          Address: Carrer Portal Nou, 10, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears. 

Madagascar Cafe is a charming and authentic bar located in Plaza del Parque, one of the most beautiful squares in the old town of Ibiza where you can have a drink and relax watching the people pass by.

Opening hours: 9 am to 3 am.
Address: Carrer des Caló d’en Reial, 4, Ibiza.


What would this list be if we didn’t end it with another place to eat (and drink?) After the aperitivo, you’re probably a little bit peckish again, so why not get started on your dinner!

Bambuddha is definitely the classy way to end the night, serving up a fusion of Mediterranean and Asian food, which let’s be honest, is the best combo!

Opening hours: Every day from 7 pm to 3 am.                                                    Address: Diseminado P 25 Sta Gertrudis, 1, 07814, Islas Baleares. 

Sa Punta Ibiza is located 10 minutes away from the port and 20 minutes from the airport, which makes it perfect to end the day full of adventures and enjoy it until the very last drop. Of course, the menu is just amazing!

Opening hours: From 1 pm to 2 am.                                                                                  Adress: Es Pouet de Talamanca, s/n, Ibiza.

This is the last stop on the Ibiza in 24-h tour, so take it easy and have a long dinner which turns into drinks! It’s time to celebrate, you’ve eaten a lot of good food, seen some amazing sights, bought some quirky finds and made it through to the end of our list, bon apetit!