As mentioned in ‘The Photographer’s Guide to Ibiza‘ post last week, those staying in our villas for rent in Ibiza are often looking to make use of their fancy digital camera. We’ve compiled a list of five of the must see sights on the island for snap happy visitors and those who want to make the most of their time on the White Isle.
5. Ibiza Town
As the biggest city on the island, Ibiza Town should definitely be on your trip itinerary. Shown above is the harbour, with the old walled city of D’alt Vita in the distance.
4. Las Salinas Salt Flats
Perhaps some of the most interesting landscapes in Ibiza are provided by the Las Salinas salt flats. Situated in the south of the island, the salt flats were constructed over 2000 years ago by the Carthaginians to extract salt from sea water by a process of evaporation. The flats are still used to this today and are one of the most beautiful settings for capturing photos of the sunset.
3. Ibiza Hippy Market
Although this is a truly man-made sight, you will be hard pushed to find a more vibrant and colourful setting than the Ibiza Hippy Markets. The above image was captured at San Carlo’s Saturday market, but Es Cana’s stalls are just as inviting.
2. Cala Xarraca
Tucked away on the northern coast of the island are a number of beautiful, secluded bays. Shown in the video above is Cala Xarraca, a small bay with 90m of beach and crystal clear waters. With footage like the video above, it’s not surprising the bays are popular with photographers.
1. Can Marca Caves
Truly an unmatched setting for unique holiday photos, the colourfully illuminated caves of Can Marca are one of the island’s favourite tourist attractions. Filled with glow pools and light shows projected against natural waterfalls, the caves are said to be over 1000,000 years old and were used by pirates and smugglers to store their booty.