MICE in Ibiza



Ibiza is one of the most popular Spanish islands. It does not have many inhabitants (50.000 in Eivissa town, but summer after summer the island booms.


Travellers visit the island for its famous parties, knowing that the world’s most famous DJ´s settle on the island over summer together with superstars.


But the magical islands hides far more secrets as commonly known ;  its history, its people, its amazing bays and great gastronomy.


The island Ibiza is full of beautiful beaches with soft sandspectacular sights and crystal clear water. The perfect location to enjoy beautiful sunsets.


Ibiza is also ideal for water sports and boat lovers. You can enjoy golfing, the different hippie markets, and a stroll on the beach boulevard or the many historical sights.


The island also has unknown parts that are quiet and perfect to relax.


Ibiza is more than just a party island, how about the fun and famous hippie markets! In the era of the flower power a lot of artists, painters and designers moved to Ibiza.


On the hippie markets you can find lots of handmade clothing, art objects and jewellery all made on the island. It is one of the top attractions on the island and you actually cannot miss it when visiting.


Apart from this there are also lots of fresh food markets on the island and markets focused on the sales of clothing and jewellery.


The 5* hotel Aguas de Ibiza is an impressive hotel with elaborated spa facilities and can be found right in front of the harbour of Santa Eulalia bay.
The hotel is designed by Juan de los Ríos, a local architect, and is run by the Spanish family Torres, who has a really good reputation in the Spanish hotel industry.


The 4* Hotel Nautilus, an elegant and luxurious hotel built at the beach of the bay of San Antonio. This location is surrounded by bars, restaurants and cute little boutiques.


The restaurants in Ibiza are very diverse, whether you want to snack something not too expensive or want to enjoy culinary delights in the most beautiful surrounding, everything is possible.


In the touristic areas you can find many bars and restaurants where you can go for lunch or dinner but the quality differs.

The best restaurants can be found a little outside of the touristic area, those that do not advertise so much. Some of these good restaurants are El Destino in Sant Josep, Es Rebost de Ca’n Prants in Sant Antoni, Sa Punta in Ibiza city and El Clodenis en Dos Lunas in Sant Rafel.