Partying in Ibiza 
6 Nights / 7 Days
Barcelona |  Ibiza |  Formentera 

Breakfast in the hotel and departure for Ibiza by air. Ibiza is located in the Balearic Islands and it’s famous for its sandy beaches and endless parties. The flower power movement was born in this island in the late 60’s.

Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and lunch at one of the selected restaurants.

In the afternoon, panoramic visit of the city of Ibiza: Dalt Vila, the port and its narrow streets full of hippy markets and souvenir shops.

Dinner at one of the selected restaurants.
Overnight in the hotel.

Day 4 : Ibiza

Breakfast in the hotel. Departure for full day visit of the island of Ibiza. Today our visit will be done by jeep, to explore the rocky part of the island as well as the sandy beaches and small towns that are scattered all over the island.

Lunch at one of the small towns we’ll visit.

Evening at leisure to do some shopping. Dinner at one of the selected restaurants.
Overnight in the hotel.

Day 5: Ibiza - Formentera

Breakfast in the hotel. Departure for Formentera by ferry. The small island of Formentera is located only half an our away from Ibiza and it’s known for its stunning nature and virgin beaches. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Lunch at one of the selected restaurants in Formentera.

In the afternoon we will do a panoramic visit of the island by motorcycle or jeep.

Evening at leisure and dinner at one of the selected restaurants.
Overnight in the hotel.

Day 6: Formentera - Ibiza - Barcelona

Breakfast in the hotel. Departure for Ibiza by ferry. Upon our arrival, leisure time to do some shopping. Lunch at leisure.

At a convenient time, transfer to the airport for departure for Barcelona.

Upon our arrival, transfer to the hotel. During the afternoon we will take a walking tour through the city centre and the most famous modernist shops of Barcelona.

Dinner at one of the selected restaurants.
Overnight in the hotel.

Day 7: Barcelona - Origin

Breakfast in the hotel. Day at leisure to visit the city and do some shopping.

At a convenient time, transfer to Barcelona’s airport for departure for the city of origin.


This is a sample itinerary. It can be extended or reduced depending on the client’s requirements.

Hotels, restaurants and additional activities may be selected personally considering the client’s specifications and budget. All our projects are tailor-made and, thus, we provide unique ideas for each one of them.

For an estimated budget of this itinerary please contact us.




Barcelona, the home of Sagrada Familia and Ramblas, opens its frontiers beyond the sea and reveals its magnificent modernist architecture and splendorous streets and avenues. As a contemporary version of early 20th century style, the capital of Catalonia offers plenty of unequalled venues and breath-taking views for the most particular events. The latest luxury and boutique hotels merge with lifelong accommodation sites that have become part of the history of this vibrant city. Barcelona, a treat for the senses, harmonizes Mediterranean charm and urban style as only a cosmopolitan city can do.

The modernist part of the city of Barcelona is a must for anyone who visits the city. Modernism is scattered everywhere in Barcelona and has its maximum expressions in the stunning buildings of the architect Gaudí: Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. The visit of the modernist part includes a stop in each one of these buildings as well as the famous Parc Güell, designed by the same architect.

On the other hand, the gothic part of the city is located in the former Roman fortification of the Barcelona. There are still some traces of the Romans and can be spotted in this area. During the visit through this area we will walk along the Ramblas, the famous avenue full of shops and human statues; the Call Quartier, so called for its narrow streets; the Cathedral, a clear example of the Catalan Gothic Style and the Royal Square, the ideal place to have a drink and some tapas.



For many, Ibiza means endless partying in Mediterranean macroclubs. There is, however, another side to the island. The Greeks called Ibiza (and its sister Formentera) the Islands of the Pine Trees. The landscape is harsh and rocky. Alongside hardy pines, the most common crops are olives, figs and almonds. Surprisingly about half the island (especially the unspoilt northeast) remains covered by thick woods.

Birthplace of the rave, Ibiza has some of Spain’s most famous clubs and plenty of bars. But coastal walking trails, woods and quiet (if not deserted) beaches allow you to elude discos and madness, too. Ibiza city, the capital of the island, is a vivacious, enchanting town with a captivating old quarter. It’s also a focal point for some of the island’s best nightlife.




A short boat ride south of Ibiza, Formentera is less than 20km across from east to west. It’s the smallest and least-developed of the four main Balearic Islands. Visitors come to enjoy its sandy beaches and short walking and cycling trails. It’s a popular day trip from Ibiza and gets crowded in midsummer, but most of the time is still possible to find yourself a trip of sand out of sight and earshot of others.

Formentera’s predominantly flat landscape is rugged and, at times, bleak. The coast is alternately fringed with jagged cliffs and beaches backed by low dunes. A handful of farmers scrape a living from the land in the centre and east, but elsewhere the island is a patchwork of pine plantations, sun-bleached salt beds, low stone walls and mostly untilled fields.


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