It's been some time since I last visited this blissful Balearic island, but I'm pleased to report that Ibiza is still just as heavenly as I remember it!
All my previous recommendations still stand, but I thought I'd include a few more, based on my most recent trip.
Ibiza offers a superb mix of beach clubs that cater to all all types of visitors, whether you’re looking for the best DJ set on the island, something bougie or just a chilled-out vibe. Because of Ibiza’s popularity, the beach clubs are often sold out months in advance. You can get lucky with a last-minute booking, but in order to avoid disappointment, I suggest advanced planning.
Zazú: Right in the heart of Ibiza Town, this beachfront location has a delightful decor, a relaxed atmosphere and pretty yummy Asian style cuisine.
Beachouse: Open for its 10th season. The bed packages, for four people, start at €200 - inclusive of a fruit platter, a bottle of champagne and four cans of water.
Amante: I have been to Amante previously and can confirm that it is one of the best beach clubs and restaurants in Ibiza. Perched high on the edge of a cliff overlooking Sol Den Serra beach, Amante Ibiza is perfection from start to finish.
Es Molí de Sal: You'll find this waterfront restaurant on the island of Formentera. The restaurant will come collect you, via speed boat, if you arrive by sea. Go for the view and ambience, stay for the salt crusted sea bass.
Private Chef: If you're staying a villa or Airbnb and you want a really special meal, hire Tess to come cook for you. She is an absolute delight, very professional, easy to work with and her food is not only delicious, but also beautiful.
I'm so pleased that Ibiza is still the charming destination I recall. It's a place where you can really choose your own adventure - let your hair down, enjoy the atmosphere, people watch to your heart's content, sip rosé all day, chill out on a Bali bed next to the sea and/or party into the wee hours at one of the island's world-famous clubs.