If you stray from the superclubs, the Balearic party isle has a wealth of coves, beaches, live music bars, bike rides and cafes to discoverNungwi Village
A beautiful approach, meandering down through hills and valleys, brings you to the beach at Benirrás. In Ibiza’s north, this is a pretty stretch of sand and pebbles, with rocks on either side that you can clamber over, and it offers an eye-catching view across the water to an interesting rock formation known as Cap Bernat (“the hand of God” to locals). The sea bed is rocky, which makes it excellent for snorkelling. This sheltered bay is a popular anchoring spot for private yachts and motor boats, which gather in the late afternoon to enjoy the romantic sundown, accompanied on Sundays by the drummers who descend on the beach to “drum down the sunset” – it’s a unique Ibiza experience, established over many years.