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Once you've collected your luggage and dug out your sandals, head to the airport's arrivals hall. The car hire desks are on your left as you come through the door.
Pottery and ceramics are a skilled craft that have been handed down through generations of islanders for centuries. Make sure you pick up a souvenir to take home.
There is a bank and a cash machine at the airport but bring some Euros with you and you can drive away in your Ibiza hire car straightaway.
If you're feeling peckish before your flight, pop to Ars or Illy in the departures lounge for a choice of light snacks and drinks.
For a really unique dining experience, head to Restaurant Sa Caleta on the south coast. The seafood dishes here are legendary and if you ask nicely, they will let you take your order away, down to the beach where you can mingle with the locals.
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This mysterious rock island has been the cause of stories about magic and folklore for both travellers and locals for centuries. According to legend, you could see aliens on it, make a wish and have it come true or simply experience the spiritual powers of its unique magnetic aura. Trippy.
Ibiza's Old Town has a few surprises in store for travellers expecting a modern, youth-filled island. Gain access to this historical part of the island via the castle drawbridge and you'll find yourself among winding narrow streets. Take your camera for great panoramic shots of the island and its bays from the battlement walls.
Relax, man. Let the buskers play the soundtrack to your sunlit stroll through the hippy market. You'll find tunics, jewellery, food and all manner of bits and pieces made and sold by the locals. Take a bottle of water and some dancing shoes.