Ibiza’s south east coast boasts an array of cosmopolitan hotspots ranging from rustic chic restaurants to high-end beach clubs, peppering its picture perfect shoreline. And speaking of beaches, the selection here is also the island’s most stylish, social and talked about – the people watching here is almost as beautiful as the scenery itself.
Who you’ll meet
Rub shoulders with the who’s who of Ibiza, international fashionistas and the glamorous jetset in the beach clubs and restaurants or mingle with local families and young, fun holidaymakers on the sand. The south east, particularly Es Cavallet, is renowned as being gay-friendly and don’t be surprised to see sunbathers shedding their clothes here (and occasionally at the north end of Salinas) as it’s recognised as one of Ibiza’s two official nudist beaches.
When to visit
The restaurant and beach bar scene is active from late March through until October, reaching its peak in August, when reservations are essential at almost all venues. For those who prefer to stroll deserted beaches, the south east offers many walking routes ideal for the sunny winter months.