The 7 Best Instagrammable Ibiza

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Ibiza

Visiting this famous party island? Take a break from clubbing and check out the most Instagrammable places in Ibiza.

While you’ll have your fair share of techno club photo ops, Ibiza is also one of the most beautiful Spanish islands, with a pretty Old Town and scenic beaches.

We’ve rounded up the White Isle’s most photogenic spots, so all you have to do is roll out of bed and put on a smile…

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1. Bikini by Cathy Guetta

The cutest restaurant/beach club on the island, this is an Instagram dream. There’s pink flower walls, pink bikes, egg chairs, palm trees and flamingoes everywhere you look.

Cocktails are delicious, and there’s endless photo props and kitsch features for your feed.


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2. Es Vedra

Es Vedra is a beautiful uninhabited island, just a short boat ride from Ibiza. Rising 380 metres out of the water, the limestone rock provides a magical backdrop to any sunset.

The mystical island is also rumoured to be the tip of ‘Atlantis’,  the long-lost city, and is often thought to be the third most magnetic spot on earth (after the north pole and the Bermuda Triangle).


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3. Formentera

A super slick island off the coast of Ibiza, Formentera is a great day-trip if you want to explore some seriously pretty beaches.

Popular with celebrities, it looks more like the Maldives than the Med, and boasts clear blue waters and stylish beach bars.


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4. Sunset Ashram

This bohemian beach bar on the west coast of the island is the ultimate chilled-out sunset spot in Ibiza.

Come down to lay on the sand while the sun is still out – the beach bar sits on a rock that divides the beach in two.


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5. Paradiso Hotel

This pastel-perfect pink hotel is like walking into an actual art gallery – in fact, it kind of is an art gallery. There’s two pink (!) swimming pools, retro cabanas, a tattoo parlour and an outdoor cinema.

Rooms have Marshall speakers, Smeg fridges and very colourful 1970s furniture.


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6. Ibiza Old Town

Ibiza isn’t all party, party, party – the Old Town is actually a UNESCO Heritage Site. It’s full of narrow streets and monuments, and is classically charming.

Cute wine bars line the streets near the harbour, and as you walk up into the hilly town you will have a spectacular view of the sea below.


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7. San Antonio’s Sunset Strip

Ibiza’s iconic waterfront strip needs no introductions – this is where you’ll get those typical Ibiza sunset photos.

Head to Cafe Mambo, Cafe del Mar or Savannah for the best tunes and refreshing cocktails.


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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder and global head of content of Big 7 Travel, 26-year-old Sarah created the company through her passion for discovering the world's best food and travel experiences. Formerly based in Dublin, Ireland, she now travels the world sharing her finds with our readers - a community that loves travel just as much as we do.

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