Ibiza Town is full of character, heart, soul, spirit and history. Not only is it home to the amazing UNESCO World Heritage listed site Dalt Vila - a huge, walled fortress surrounding a cobbled street town. It’s also the place where all the nightly summer action kicks off in a multitude of bars and restaurants in the port area. By day the jet set, yachting types and VIPs linger around the super cool Marina Botafoch area and just walking distance away are beautiful, laid-back beaches. Mediterranean history, ancient architecture, stunning seaside scenery and a cosmopolitan nightlife scene all merged into one unique place.
Shopping is an incentive appealing to visitors to the island since Ibiza has a huge range of shopping facilities. Visitors are surprised to discover typical Ibizan fashion which has been given the name Adlib fashion and can be found both in shopping centres and street markets. The most popular shopping area is set in the port of Ibiza, where all sorts of different designer labels can be found.
For vintage, Hola Hola (Mercat Vell) is the place to be; for one-off made-in-Ibiza pieces, Kurru Kurru (Plaza del Parque) and Loyandford at White Horse Boutique (Calle de la Cruz); and for designer labels, Revolver (Calle Bisbe Azara), Galy (Isidoro Macabich) and Mayurka (Vara de Rey and Avinguda Ignasi Wallis) are my constant source of fashion inspiration. If you’re a high street addict, you’ll love Mango, Blanco, Stradivarius (Ibiza’s answer to Topshop) and Spanish mega-brand Zara (for women, men and kids). Late at night, the famous gay strip of Calle de la Virgen comes alive with funky fashion boutiques (for men and women), quirky sex stores and everything in between.