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Leisure and activities in Ibiza

An island full of plans and activities

Immerse yourself in the vibrant essence of Ibiza with our exclusive activities at Hostal Mari. From thrilling excursions that explore the natural beauty of the island to thrilling sports that spark your adventurous spirit. Experience Ibiza's unique nightlife with our nightlife options and discover the authentic flavours of local gastronomy in every bite. At Hostal Mari, we create unforgettable experiences that connect you with the authentic magic of Ibiza.


The biggest attraction for tourists staying at Hostal Marí during the hottest months of the year is the visit to the best beaches and coves on the island. Ibiza has about 50 beaches and coves accessible by car or motorbike along its coast. On the other hand, if you want to discover the Ibizan coastline on foot or by bicycle, it is also possible to reach other bathing areas, usually rocks, which can be reached by more inaccessible paths.

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Although some are signposted, in other cases you need a guide so you don't get lost. Looking west, the coast of Sant Antoni offers countless options to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. If you don't want to leave the town, from the Hostal Marí itself you can reach the promenade of Sant Antoni in just ten minutes on foot. There, from May to October, large crowds of people usually gather in the premises located on the promenade itself to admire the sunset. However, it is also advisable to travel to other enclaves such as Punta Galera or sa Penya Esbarrada – commonly known as The Gates of Heaven – which just 15 minutes away by car from Hostal Marí offer visitors stunning views of a wild and rocky coast in front of which the sun is submerged in the Mediterranean. If you are looking for tranquility and relaxation, there are several spas and spas. If you wish, the hostel's reception staff can recommend, for example, boat trips to the best beaches on the island (Cala Salada, Cala Tarida, Cala Compte, Cala Bassa...), to the famous hippy markets of Las Dalias (Sant Carles de Peralta) and Es Canar – Punta Arabí, catamaran trips to enjoy the sunset in Es Vedrà or crossings to reach the neighbouring Formentera.


The interior of the island of Ibiza has a vast network of asphalt and dirt roads that will delight lovers of hiking, Nordic walking and mountain biking. 7 kilometres from the town of Sant Antoni is the area of es Broll, a natural area where traditional agriculture is practiced and beautiful landscapes can be admired.

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Obviously, the sea is a guarantee of fun for sports lovers. From renting a boat or motor vehicle to tour the Ibizan coastline to scuba diving, spearfishing or snorkelling under the crystal clear waters of Ibiza's beaches.


Ibiza is the party capital of the world. The best deejays on the international scene play their music weekly in famous clubs all over the world.

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From Hostal Marí you can buy tickets for the most famous parties held in Ibiza from May to October, the period in which clubs such as Pachá, Ushuaïa or Amnesia work tirelessly. In Sant Antoni, 15 minutes from the hostel, there are two fun options to spend the night: Es Paradís and Edén. In addition, Sant Antoni has dozens of pub options that allow you to dance to the rhythm of electronic music and pop/rock.


Visitors cannot leave Ibiza without discovering the benefits of the local gastronomy, based on the simplicity of preparing dishes that are based on the sea and the vegetable garden, the two sources of food from which the native population has historically been nourished.

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If you land in Ibiza in the cold months, it is advisable to try the arroz de matanzas and the frita de cerdo, two dishes that are intimately related to the slaughter of the pig before Christmas to make sobrasadas and butifarras (the local sausages). In winter there is also mushroom season. Throughout the year, seafood dishes stand out: paellas, rice dishes a banda, stuffed squid, rice with lobster and bullit de peix, undoubtedly the star dish of Ibizan gastronomy, which consists of a combination of boiled rockfish with potatoes from the local garden that is accompanied by a arroz a banda. Located between Sant Antonio and Buscatell, don't miss the famous Can Rich Winery, the largest on the island. And for tapas lovers, it is worth trying the potato omelette, the coca de pimentos, the fried octopus and the crostes, loaves of stale bread seasoned with grated tomato, garlic and prosciutto, anchovies, dried fish or tuna, depending on your preference. To finish the meals, there is nothing better than daring to try the local watermelon or oranges or venture into the Ibizan pastries: flaó (cheesecake and mint), ensaimadas, macaroons de Sant Joan or greixonera, good proposals to taste with a café caleta (a type of coffee that is made in Ibiza by boiling the beans with liqueurs) or a glass of Ibizan herbs, the most consumed digestive food on the island. Finally, in Ibiza, the wine sector has been revitalised for a few years and there are currently several wineries operating in different parts of the island. Several of them can be visited and offer tastings.


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