1. There’s as much to see by day is there is by night
While all-night clubbers sleep, mornings are made for getting a fresh perspective on island culture. Ibiza Old Town is known as Dalt Vila – meaning upper town – and wrapped in defensive walls. Those with a head for heights can walk the whole way round the ramparts, stopping to snap photos of the incredible views. It’s also worth popping back at dusk when the walls seem to glow with a warm light. Near the highest point in Dalt Vila, the cathedral is another impressive place to wander.
Below ground, the coastline is honeycombed with caves once used by pirates. Ancient Cova de Can Marçà on the northern side are atmospherically lit, making them a worthwhile stop. While you’re in the north, you’ll have your pick of ice-white sand and turquoise seas – Cala d’en Serra being a notable beach beauty. Make your way across to the east too, past pine forests, to discover serene spots such as petite Cala Mastella and its neighbour Cala Boix.