Open your eyes. 2006.
Sadly most of the visitors to Ibiza only notice the neon lights. Get out into the countryside and take a good look around, it really is a marvellous place. This fantastic gnarled old olive tree was spotted on a cross country walk to a beach.
For only 25 euros a day, you can rent a scooter and travel the entire island. We rented one for a day and went to Las Salinas beach on the other side of the island from where we were staying. It was so much fun and a great way to see the island of Ibiza!
Sunset Cafe at Cafe del Mar
Touted as the original and first established in 1980. It was designed by a Catalan architect by the name of Lluis G?ell. Since it's opening, the sunsets and atmosphere of this place have been unprecedented. It's a truly unique place in the world. Much of their hype has come from their ambient music compilations. A must-visit in Ibiza! This place is one of my most favorite places I've ever been to. You absolutely must go here.
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Pacha Times 2
Pacha is a cool club, just because of its design. Then, you add in the fact of the world's best DJs and lots of people there solely to party and it makes every night magically fun. Pacha is filled with several rooms, all winding around making the place a labirynth of fun and fantasy. The chill room, to your left at the top as you walk in, is a great escape from the main dance floor and all its inhabitants. There are couches and a much callmer music scene in there. Also, the outdoor patio is the only place to be when you need or want to talk to someone. Scattered all over the place are bars to satisfy your thirst... for the right price, of course.
My second go around at Pacha was mainly to come and see Timo Maas, an awesome DJ from the Netherlands, who I had listened to alot. The resident Dj, Eric Morillo, was even better than the headliner. I had a super fun night filled with Red Bull and Vodkas. At this point I needed all the help I could get, seeing that I had been partying for 6 days straight! Well, I did make it, not to the 6 AM closing like I had the previous nights, but had a fun time, once again.
Easy and cheap and comfy!
Sometimes you have to travel distances too far to walk or you're simply too eager to get to a club to wait for the local disco bus. Taxis in Ibiza are a great way of transportation. They are fairly cheap - about 12 euros from Ibiza town to Amnesia/Privilege. If you're 3-4 or more persons it might actually be cheaper to get a taxi than the local bus. There will altways be persons outside clubs asking if you need taxi, this are not official taxis - just locals trying to earn some extra money at night.. I feel safer in the registered taxis and it is cheaper! The drivers all seem to know their way around Ibiza and we never felt unsafe (some places I've been the taxi drivers drive like mad men)