Ibiza Town, Ibiza
In Ibiza town the main city of the island...most of the streets of ibiza are blue zone, such thing means that you have to pay per hours but i found a place behind the promenade where you dont have to do it..
If you are coming from San jose take the main street (España Av) without turn left or right to the end, reach Vara del Rey avenue then when the last traffic light stop your straight way turn left looking for the promenade with ships, boats (Ramon tur avenue and after Santa Eulalia del rio avenue) .... straight ahead 100 meters and turn left through a sand track ...uo will discover a waste ground where park... take no notice about the men who is there looking for places where park it ... its just a man who "works" in that and ask to you for money...so seek for yourself
Cala d'en Bossa is worldwide famous for this clubs or beach pubs and above all because in the afternoon when a lot of people gather there planes flight over their heads few seconds before landing..its amazing see aircrafts as low as a small bird.
Whilst in Ibiza town, we had a couple of hours to explore, we " found" this nice public park almost in the centre of town, with lots of nice plants and waterfeatures. A lovely pretty place to park and laze away the afternoon, makes a refreshing alternative than the beaches
The most chiil and relaxed internet cafe i have ever been to is in Ibiza and is infact called "Chill Bar." With a mellow ambience, good food, friendly staff and the best music ever (Deep Dive Corporation) this place is worth finding to check your email. It´s just off the Avenida España, only a hop, skip and a jump from the Vara de Rey in Ibiza. The tag line on the menu and business cards is "For all your internet and bagel needs."
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If you get the chance, and there are plenty of buses, explore the older parts of Ibiza Town. Walk up to the fortifications above the harbour and enjoy the views and the architecture.