The Ultimate Ibiza Bachelorette Party

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Jalecia Johnson

  • Ibiza

  • Bachelorette Party Destinations

  • Bachelor Party Destinations

  • Beaches

  • Group Travel

  • Spain

  • Sightseeing

  • Entertainment

  • Beach Town

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Curator’s statement

Known as a summer holiday spot for the rich and famous, Ibiza has everything you need for an epic bachelorette party! Much more than just nightlife, daytime in Ibiza offers a variety of walking tours and excursions on the sea. With multiple beaches, resorts perfect for big groups and restaurants with scenic views and nonstop entertainment, move over Mexico, Ibiza is your next bachelorette location!

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Things to do in Ibiza

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Pro Tips

The clubs and some restaurants in Ibiza completely close from October to March each year. This means booking for events and reservations for restaurants is also not available. The upcoming seasons bookings, menus and price list is usually available in late March to early April. It is important to plan your trip in advance and reach out for bookings as soon as they open up to ensure you can secure reservations for your group.

During high season it is almost impossible to find taxis for a large group. Make sure to secure a shuttle service during your stay.

Things to Do – Daytime

O Beach: The best pool party on the island is at O Beach! This is a perfect place to kick off the bachelorette party! With over-the-top bottle presentations, dancers in themed costumes giving performances throughout the party and special presentations for the bride-to-be, you can’t have a bachelorette party in Ibiza without going to O Beach!

Boat or Yacht Day: Take a day to set sail on the Balearic Sea! Choose from one of the many companies that offer private yacht charters or check out one of the party cruises and make new friends from all over the world!

Walking Tours: Ibiza offers many great walking tours that usually begin in Old Town. Choose any tour that aligns with your group’s interests. I will always recommend the Food & Wine tour offered by Ibiza Outdoors. It was the perfect treat after days of partying! Request Donna to be your guide!

Ushuaïa: If the club closes at 11 p.m. it’s still considered daytime, right? In Ibiza the answer is yes! Ushuaïa is the perfect party before the party. With resident DJs such as David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Maluma, no wonder why it is one of the most talked about clubs on the island.

Nikki Beach: The famous beach club has an Ibiza location! Relax on one of the white daybeds and enjoy food, drinks and dancing for an ultimate day party.

Things to Do – Nighttime

Lío: Lío offers an interactive world-famous dinner cabaret show with electrifying performances that will have your eyes glued to the stage. The best part about Lío is the location. Located in the harbor of Marina Botafoc, million-dollar yachts greet you as you make your way to the door. Inside the restaurant, the beautiful backdrop of Dalt Vila sparkles all night long. This stop serves as the perfect location for the group photoshoot. Make sure the bride wears her bride-to-be veil or sash for a chance to be taken on stage by the dancers!

Nightlife: Is there a better place in the world to go clubbing than Ibiza? After all, Hï Ibiza was recently voted the #1 nightclub in the world!! Take your pick on where you want to spend dancing the night away to the top house music hits. Make sure to check out Pacha, Amnesia and Ibiza Rocks just to name a few.

Places to eat & drink in Ibiza

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Jara at the Standard Hotel: Located on the ground floor of the Standard, Jara is a great restaurant to have dinner at on the first night of the bachelorette trip before things get too wild. Be sure to order a caesar salad, it is one of the best I’ve ever had!

The Fish Shack: Located in Talamanca, this local gem is a must for lunch! It is a little outdoor restaurant situated on the sea with fresh seafood and amazing views. They do not take reservations and you will not find a menu online, but the service is top notch! There is even a chance that your order will be taken by the owner themself! I recommend the prawns with potatoes and salad. Make sure to bring cash! The Fish Shack does not take credit cards.

ROTO: Located in the Marina with spectacular views of Dalt Vila, ROTO is the perfect spot for dinner on your last night before heading back home. The views are almost as special as the vibes. You get an amazing dinner and drinks with a fun, vibrant scene. With live music, you will find yourself dancing and singing at neighboring tables before the night is over. If you are a sushi lover, I suggest the sushi sample which includes 20 pieces of fresh, delicious sushi!

Amante: For dinner with amazing views and modern Mediterranean cuisine, you have to visit Amante! Be sure to make your reservations early as this is one to book up fast!

Beach House: The perfect dinner party, Ibiza style! At Beach House, you will get great food and drinks while dancing the night away on the beach! On Thursdays they host the Boho Experience. Make sure to check it out if you and wear your cutest boho-chic attire!

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Melanie Panchal’s guide, Couples Trip to Ibiza.

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