Internship Ibiza – a diverse island

Ibiza is an interesting location for your internship. From hilly landscapes and green pine forests to spectacular cliffsides with dreamlike beaches and bays – Ibiza certainly offers a diverse scenery. The third largest Balearic Island is a worthwhile location for everybody and provides its visitors various possibilities. Not only the “rich and famous” and party tourists but also nature lovers and so-called hippies see Ibiza as an attractive destination.

General Information:

  • Capital: Ibiza Town (Eivissa)

  • Population: approx. 130.000

  • Size: 570 km²

  • Climate: With an average annual temperature of approx. 19 degrees, Ibiza counts as the warmest of the Balearic Islands. The climate is very pleasant all year round. Summers are usually hot and dry with temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees, while winters are rather mild and humid with increasing rainfall. From May onwards the water temperature rises above 20 degrees and during summer you will find 9 to 11 hours of sunshine per day, which is why Ibiza is considered to be a perfect location for beach holidays.

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Internship Ibiza – Excursions

Ibiza is a multifaceted island that offers many different possibilities for trips and excursions. Relaxing on one of the many dream beaches, exploring the beautiful nature as well as the different small and larger cities, or getting active during different water activities – there are countless options.

Old Town of Ibiza Town

It is worth exploring the old town on Ibiza’s capital, also known as Eivissa (Catalan name of Ibiza Town). The “Dalt Villa” (old town) captivates with its romantic harbour as well as the famous fortress, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The narrow streets and picturesque squares with numerous restaurants invite you stroll around and linger.

Other places:

San Antonio:
The second large and lively place to be for partying with many well-known clubs and legendary sunset bars.

Cala Llonga:
Small, family-friendly and picturesque place situated in sheltered bay where you can relax perfectly.

Es Caná:
Beautiful resort with a long beach and a small harbour, especially known for the weekly hippie market.

Puerto de San Miguel:
Quiet place, surrounded by high cliffs with a wide beach, especially popular with families and couples.

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Torre d’es Savinar

Built in 1763, the Torre d’es Savinar, which is located on the cliffs of Ibiza’s south coast, was once used as a watchtower for purposes of defense. Today it serves only as a nice lookout tower, offering a breathtaking panoramic view over the picturesque island Es Vedra and the sea.

More attractions:

Cova de Can Marca:
Stalactite cave near Port de San Miguel, which once served as a hideout for smuggled, prohibited goods.

Cathedral of Santa Maria de las Nieves:
The oldest building in Dalt Villa, offering a magnificent view over Ibiza Town

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Day trip to Formentera

Formentera is a small neighboring island south of Ibiza. Also known as “the Caribbean of the Mediterranean”, the 80 km² island is a true paradise. There are ferries departing regularly from Ibiza that dock at Formentera’s beautiful harbor “Puerto La Savina”. There is much to discover, no matter whether on foot, by bike or by scooter, a car is not necessary. The island has countless beaches with bright white sand and turquoise blue sea, which are great to find some relaxation.

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Adventures above and below water

Sport and pleasure combined! Ibiza is a true paradise for water activities such as stand-up paddling (SUP) or kayaking. Along the beautiful coast of Ibiza you can discover impressive caves and hidden beaches.

Website Kayak Ibiza

More activities:

Ibiza also offers ideal conditions for diving – warm, crystal-clear water as well as varied and impressive underwater locations. There are diving schools all over the island that organise dives at different levels.

Website Scuba Ibiza
Website Phoenix Dive Center

If you prefer even more action, there are many possibilities to try various water sports activities (such as water skiing, jet skiing, speedboat tours, banana boat and many more).

Website Ibiza Watersports

Internship Ibiza – Transport

Since Ibiza is a relatively small island, the ways are usually not far. Thus, the journey, no matter where and with which means of transport, is never very long. In order to get to know the island in all its diversity, one can make use of different possibilities:

  • Bus

The bus network in Ibiza (Ibiza Bus) is inexpensive, very well extended and runs regularly during the day from 7 to 22 o’clock. Between the bigger cities and popular holiday resorts as well as some beaches you can get easily back and forth every 30 minutes. At night, a so-called discobus runs until 6 o’clock in the morning so that all those partying can get around safely.

Website Ibiza Bus

  • Ferry

All year round ferries leave for mainland Spain and the neighboring island of Mallorca. The port is located in Ibiza town.
Daily, smaller ferries (water taxis) travel along the coasts of the island, connecting different places with each other.
For the trip to Formentera, you can choose from a variety of providers, all operating between the ports of Ibiza Town and La Savina on Formentera.

Booking website for ferries

  • Taxi

If you are travelling in a group (3-4 persons), you can also use taxis, as these are relatively cheap and undoubtedly the most comfortable option. The price per kilometer is approx. € 1.09 during day or € 1.33 during night as well as on weekends and public holidays, plus a basic charge of approx. € 3.65. Fares are calculated by a taximeter (be careful with unofficial, illegal taxis – you might get a bad deal here).

As everywhere else, there is always the option to organise a rental car, as long as you meet the requirements (age, duration of driving license, etc.)

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Internship Ibiza – Nightlife

Ibiza is known worldwide for its exciting nightlife. The island’s reputation is legendary when it comes to the bar and club scene. In the larger cities of the island, Ibiza Town and San Antonio, there are countless party venues that attract an international, even VIP, audience. Celebrating in Ibiza can be quite expensive at times. For the most recongnized clubs, entrance fees usually vary between € 25-40.

In the following we list some of the most recognized clubs on Ibiza that guarantee a legendary night out during your internship:

Ibiza Town:

  • Pacha Ibiza

    The first and probably best known as well as one of the hottest clubs on the island.

  • Hï Ibiza

    State-of-the-art and luxurious party venue, opened in 2017. Featuring impressive light shows and three open-air areas. This is where the most well-known artists of the electronic music scene perform regularly.

San Antonio:

  • O Beach Ibiza

    Popular location for outdoor parties. Stylish and elegant pool parties with impressive acrobatic performances in the air that already start during day.

  • Eden

    The club is equipped with a great sound system and is well known for its underground and tech house parties.

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  • Privilege

    The largest club in the world with space for up to 10,000 people! The center of the club is the so-called Main Room, around which many separate rooms and various areas are grouped. You can find the Privilege on the route between Ibiza Town and San Antonio.