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10 of the best Instagram hot spots in Ibiza

Gorgeous Ibiza locations to inspire you.

Ibiza and Instagram were made for each other. The island is home to some of the world's top spots for posting on the photo and video sharing social network. Read on to discover our suggestions for the best places to capture its magical landscapes and beautiful sea views and share them with your followers.

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The Ibiza Spotlight team

'Ibiza Henge'

The magical Time and Space monument, dubbed by locals "Ibiza Henge" is the stuff of wonder. Located near the beach of Cala Llentia, this basalt monument consists of a semi-circle of 10-metre columns. Before you enter this realm, you'll pass by through Fatima's Door, an ancient carved door frame, placed there by the artist as an accompaniment to this assembly. A must-see for any keen Instagrammer.

Cala Tarida

The long and wide beach Cala Tarida is amongst the nicest on the island. With a combination of fine white sand and beautiful turquoise waters, it's a popular beach for everyone and when you are able to be there next, take advantage of the many chances to grab some snaps. An extra photographic treat lies in the "secret" Cala Tarida coves.

Dalt Vila

Rising above Ibiza Town is one of the island's most iconic landmarks, the fortified old town of Dalt Vila, which offers many marvellous photo opportunities. From the narrow cobbled streets to the majestic views from the high walls, it's a photographer's dream. Surrounded by Renaissance walls, topped with a cathedral and featuring parts of an old Moorish wall, there's no wonder it inspires so.

Es Vedrà

Magnificent and mysterious, the islet of Es Vedrà is one of Ibiza's most loved treasures. A dramatic limestone rock that rises majestically from the sea; it gives forth a remarkable aura of peace. Along with gorgeous golden sunsets that add a warm backdrop, this location will provide a perfect scene for any Instagram pic. There are several boat trips that take you there, with swim stops along the way. 

Festival Club

The abandoned space of the derelict Festival Club in the hills near San Agustín is a hotspot for urban explorers. Over time graffiti writers and nature have only embellished its crumbling amphitheatre, adding depth. Looking like a scene from a dystopian movie along with the spectacular mountain views, it's worth capturing it all.


Ibiza's sister island Formentera is like paradise found. Glorious clear and sparkling waters, stunning beaches, sprawling salt flats and lagoons and pretty villages - all scream to be snapped. It is impossible not to fall in love with it.

Las Dalias Market

The essence of Ibizan hippy culture is embodied by Las Dalias market in San Carlos. This bohemian bazaar of wonderful crafts is an ideal place to photo the myriad hand-made items on sale.

Sa Caleta

On the southern coast of Ibiza lies the cove of Sa Caleta and its beautiful red-stoned cliffs. The extremely clear waters will dazzle you. Close by are rustic fishermen's sheds and the ruins of Ibiza's original Phoenician settlement, the people that gave the island its name. Stunning.

Sa Talaia

Ibiza's highest point, Sa Talaia near San José is ideal for that perfect landscape photograph. From here you can witness spectacular elevated views of the entire island, Formentera and the Las Salinas salt flats. The best time to go is just before the golden hour to witness the incredible warm sunsets cast over the entire island.

San Antonio's Sunset Strip

Just past the port of San Antonio, you will find one of the most spectacular vantage points of the resort, the Sunset Strip. Here, you will find renowned bars such as Café del Mar and Cafe Mambo from where you can sip cocktails and gaze out to sea. We, like you, can't wait to see its promenades bustling, people jostling and faces smiling.

WORDS | Michael Tomlinson and Julian Heathcote

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