Your first glimpse of Ibiza from your Germania plane window will likely be the sunbathers, hotels and bars along Playa d’en Bossa, which is located close to the airport. Once landed, jump into a taxi to reach one of the stunning remote bays found all around the island. Our favourites include Cala Benirrás, Cala Bassa, Cala d’Hort and Cala Molí.
The glitzy Blue Marlin Ibiza – located on the shores of south-coast hotspot Cala Jondal – is the undisputed king of Ibiza’s beach club scene. Be sure to arrive early to make the most of the unique day-to-night, open-air experience. The soundtrack of deep house will get your toes tapping even before lunch begins at the restaurant, which serves up modern Mediterranean cuisine with Asian influences. And as the day gets hotter, the music only gets louder as some of the world’s best DJs, including Pete Tong and Dennis Ferrer, turn up the party vibe on the chic terrace.
The White Isle has an exciting restaurant scene, ranging from fine dining to glamorous sundowner spots by the sea. For a laid-back luxurious lunch on the beach, Nobu Hotel’s Chambao restaurant looks out over the pearl-white sand of Talamanca Bay, serving up fresh Mediterranean fish and jugs of sangria. If you’re after the wow factor, join Ibiza’s cool crowd at Lío, where you can dine while enjoying stunning views over Ibiza Town, and cabaret and dance performances on a glass stage over the pool. Be sure to book early as every night is a sell-out.
No Ibiza holiday is complete without watching a spectacular sunset from Café Mambo. The iconic spot has been named Ibiza’s best bar on countless occasions and regularly features famous DJs such as Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim playing warm-up sets before they head on to the big clubs.
Ibiza’s ever-evolving, world-class club culture offers a mind-boggling range of genres and styles. With its state-of-the-art sound and lighting, Hï Ibiza should be a must on any partygoer’s itinerary. Don’t miss the Glitterbox nights – their live dancers and house and disco sounds create an old-school feel that’s ferocious fun. Meanwhile, the legendary Pacha has become the undisputed king of Sunday clubbing on the island thanks to German producer Solomun and his +1 residency, which features duo sets with some of the biggest names in electronic music.
Discover Ibiza’s best beaches and coolest experiences this summer with Germania, which offers several flights a week from Zurich. Prices start from one-way CHF 79 and come with food, soft drinks and a 20kg baggage allowance included.
Book your tickets online at flygermania.com, or by calling 0435083489.