Ibiza during the Easter season

Recommended activities to do in Ibiza during the Easter season. A 3-day plan to get to know the island.

Holy Week in Ibiza is a perfect time to enjoy a holiday full of unforgettable experiences. In this entry, we will guide you through a personalized itinerary that balances culture with entertainment, offering Easter activity options ranging from immersion in local culture and exploring iconic beaches to adventure tourism and sunsets. That will remain engraved in your memory.
Get ready to experience Ibiza uniquely. For more than 30 years, at Dipesa Group, we have shared tradition and love for our land to offer you an unforgettable experience. This small guide will give you experiences full of wonder and happiness. 

Day 1: Discover the World Heritage and local traditions

Start your trip through Ibiza exploring its cultural legacy with private transport organized to suit you and your time. With it, you can start the route through the ancient Phoenician site of Sa Caleta, a world heritage site that tells you about its founders; the fishermen and sailors who crossed the seas millennia ago. Enjoy the beautiful views and follow the route to the Madina Yabisa Interpretation Centre, where layers of Ibiza's history are revealed in its exhibitions.

Continue your cultural journey towards the Bastions of Sant Pere and Sant Jaume, where you will take in the stunning views of a defensive past. You will be able to catch your breath and continue getting to know the beauty of our home.

For a deeper understanding of Ibizan traditions, you can't help but ask your private driver to take you to the Museum of Ethnography. It is a magnificent opportunity to experience activities in Ibiza with native touches and immerse yourself in its display of clothing, instruments, and tools that form the cultural tapestry of the island.

If you are an art lover, visit the Ibiza Modern Art Center. The MACE is a hidden treasure with works by Tàpies and Miralles and a notable collection of Japanese prints that bear witness to the artistic diversity that beautifies Ibiza.

After nourishing the spirit with history and art, it is time to comfort. We recommend you visit some of the most famous beaches on the island. During Holy Week, the influx of bathers is low, allowing you to enjoy these paradisiacal beaches in tranquility. Some beaches you must visit are Ses Salines, Platges de Comte, and Cala Bassa. Take the opportunity to relax on the sand, dip in the crystal-clear waters, and enjoy the sun.

Day 2: Natural Adventure and Unforgettable Sunsets

Wake up this day with the excitement of a natural adventure. We recommend you go with private transportation that is dedicated to your itinerary.

For those who like challenges, the path that leads to Sa Talaia invites you to conquer the highest peak on the island. Coming to this area of Ibiza is to receive the gift of panoramic views and a new understanding of Mother Nature.

For this day, a hiking route will be the particular activity. A guided visit to the emblematic spots of Sa Pedrera de Cala d'Hort (popularly known as Atlantis) and Punta Galera, from where you can see the islet of Es Vedrá, will become an unforgettable moment. This is where the energy invades even the most skeptical and always leaves good comments.

Once you've returned, catch your breath and prepare your palate to taste the island's most straightforward and most delicious local cuisine. Tell your private driver that I took you to Ca's Pagès. A traditional house where they serve grilled meats and some homemade Ibizan dishes and desserts. It is one of the emblematic restaurants in the northern area, open since the seventies. Steaks, blood sausages, chorizos, chicken, and vegetables come from their charcoal barbecue. Still, it is also worth trying the arroz de matas (typical of Ibizan winters and, therefore, powerful) or the soft payès in a clay pot with potatoes, meat, and local sausages.
But you are looking for something simpler, more prosperous, and just as local. In that case, we recommend Es Pins or Can Sulayetas. Traditional bars, where we Ibizans enjoy good bread and better company.

To end the day, you can't go to rest without watching the sunset from somewhere near your accommodation. Ibiza, from any angle, will give you indescribable colors. Let the emotions of the day accompany you, return safely in your private transportation, and let the night envelop the island you will have tomorrow for you.

Day 3: Local Gastronomy and Holy Week Traditions

As you reach the third and final day of your trip to Ibiza, it is time to immerse yourself in the essence of the local gastronomy and participate in the deep traditions of Holy Week, which plague every corner of this island. The celebration of Easter here is synonymous with new beginnings. It is the perfect time to bring to life the most authentic expressions of Ibizan culture.

Start the day calmly and enjoy a mid-morning walk through a local market, where the flavors of the land come to life in each piece of 'flaó'. That Ibizan goat cheese cake with a touch of mint leaves. Your private driver can suggest which ones to visit since many are around the island. In all of them, you will find something unique and very traditional.

We recommend trying the 'cuinat' at the Es Caliu Restaurant for lunch. A stew of vegetables and chickpeas typical of Holy Week in Ibiza envelops you with the homely warmth of Ibizan cuisine.

After an after-dinner meal with herbs from Ibiza, we suggest you go with your private transport to the upper part of Dalt Vila, where the traditional Holy Week procession unleashes a symphony of drums and candles, where the Nazarenes parade among the steep and cobbled streets of the walled city.

Another option is to live the experience in other towns on the island, such as Santa Eulària, where processions and the Stations of the Cross are held that attract locals and tourists alike, given their solemnity.

Once the religious ceremonies are over, you can take the opportunity to close with a flourish on a terrace facing the sea. Enjoy a cocktail and the spectacular views. The perfect environment to reflect on the experiences during your stay before returning to your accommodation.

Private transport in Ibiza with Dipesa Group

During your stay in Ibiza, having a private transport service can make a difference in waiting, comfort, and enjoyment. Dipesa Group is a leading family business in private transportation on the island, with over 30 years of serving our clients. We offer the experience of getting to know the most authentic and traditional Ibiza in high-end cars and with drivers who respect and value every bit of our land.

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Traveling is discovering, learning, and enjoying. At Dipesa Group, we are dedicated to making your trips unforgettable and worry-free. Trust us to provide you with first-class private transportation in Ibiza and live the unique experience of getting to know the most authentic and traditional island during Holy Week with the help of Ibicencos, with more than 30 years of experience sharing the value of our island in each transfer.