Today I’m talking about our day in Ibiza, Spain! Now, when you hear Ibiza, you typically think crazy nightlife and wild clubbing. While that’s there if you want it, there is so much more to Ibiza, including beautiful beaches and an adorable old town that reminded me of Mykonos!
Get ready for a picture overload with this post, because the beach of Cala Comte and the streets of the old town were so stunning that I couldn’t stop taking a picture every time I turned around!
We started off our day in Ibiza by going to Cala Comte beach. It was only about 20 minutes from Ibiza town, where our ship docked. It was stunning. The water was incredibly clear, there were sailboats and islands on the horizon, and it felt like a little slice of paradise.
A gorgeous introduction to Spain!
We rented some umbrellas and had the nicest time swimming in the water and wandering around the little nooks that surrounded the beach. There were several little cafes that looked right over the beach so you could really make a day out of it. We didn’t have a chance to stop for anything but sitting here with a pitcher of sangria seemed so divine! There were also several stands selling wraps and bags and the whole thing was very “hippie” inspired.
After spending a few hours on the beach, we went back into Ibiza Town. We spent our time wandering around the streets in Old Town.
We took a short shuttle from the ship, which was docked at the other end of the harbor, and it dropped us off at the foot of the Old Town. Before we started exploring, though, we had to stop and have some tapas and sangria!
It was so insanely hot that day, and like most of the Mediterranean, there wasn’t much air-conditioning to be found. Luckily as the night went on it cooled off a bit, but it definitely made exploring a bit of a struggle!
A perfect view of the Ibiza harbor and Old Town below us!
I linked some similar pieces from my Ibiza look below!