Apartamentos Osiris Ibiza

Apartments Osiris Ibiza

Activities and Surroundings of Ibiza

We prepared a guide for our clients about many interesting places to visit in Ibiza, like information about Museums,  Street Arts and Crafts Markets, a walk along the beach and nature, day and night activities.


Do you dare to awaken all five senses ?

The apartments are surrounded by magnificent palm trees.
There are Restaurants, Bars, Boutiques, Supermarkets, Car rental, Chemist, Pubs, Hippy-Market, Perfume-shops, Mini-golf, Bowling-alley, Disco “Space”, “Bora-Bora” ( Bossa beach ), “Pacha”, Casino ( Ibiza city – Marina ), ” Amnesia” and “Privilege” ( near Ibiza city ), Rental of yachts and boats with or without crew, pedal boats, windsurf boards etc. …

The major daily newspapers and magazines are available at most Supermarkets or Tabaco Shops on the same dayLas Salinas beach, situated very close to Playa d,en Bossa beach ( 6 Km ), has been designated as a Nature Reserve, owing to the rich and unusual nature of it,s ecosystems
Lovers of nautical sports can chooseamong numerous options,which can be enjoyedon most of those beaches

Ibiza offer every kid of leisure opportunity to all it,s visitors.

ibiza shops
ibiza Restaurants

The culinary proposal is as broad as it,s exquisite

Entertainmets for children and adults – Anual innovations

Entertainments for children and adults – Annual innovations


Ibiza Town

Ibiza town lies on the south coast of the island just 10 minutes from the airportIbiza town is split into two halves, the old town “Dalt Vila” peacefully resting above the modern, cosmopolitan harbour “La Marina”Dalt Vila : For those feeling energetic, Dalt Vila is a must with it,s historic surroundings, cobble streets and Cathedral and Castle at the top.It also offers some of the best views of the island La Marina : Is Opposite of Dalt Vila, the new town offers a high variety of trendy bars and restaurants to eat and drink the night away in style


Ibiza Night Guide

Playa d,en Bossa, Ibiza town and surroundings :

Arteca (slow bar), Blues (Puerto Ibiza), Keeper (Puerto deportivo), Izay (Puerto deportivo),ZOO (plaza Mariano Riquér, puerto Ibiza), Tango (La Marina), Can Pou (Puerto Ibiza), Zurito (C/ Lluis Tur y Palau), La Cerveceria (Av. Sta. Eulalia), La Tierra (Pasaje de la Trinidad), Coqueiro (Plaza sta. Riba), Prince (figueretas), Cafe Sidney (Puerto deportivo), Mar y Sol (puerto Ibiza), Montesol (plaza Vara de rey), Zebra (Al lado Pacha), Casino de Ibiza (Pso. Juan Carlos I), El Divino (Puerto depotivo), Garbys (Playa d,en Bossa),Pacha (puerto deportivo), Casino piano bar (Paseo mariacute;timo), Habana Corso (Marina Botafoch), Sisis bier Garten – Manamana (Playa d,en Bossa), Space (Playa d,en Bossa), DC 10 (Ctra. las salinas) Kiss (Playa d,en Bossa), Congas (playa d,en Bossa), Top 21 (playa d,en Bossa), Tahití (Playa d,en Bossa), Amnesia (ctra. Ibiza S. Rafael Km. 6), Privilege (ctra. Ibiza S. Rafael Km. 7), Indiana cafe (ctra. Ibiza S. Rafael Km. 6,5)… etc. etc.

Ibiza boasts seven dance temples. Formentera has one, wich is starting to take off in the club scene.The particuliarity of these night clubs compared with other ones, is that in little more than 500 Km2 congregate the best Dj,s of the world.All in all there are up to 35 different dance floors with more than seventy Dj,s both resident and guest, as well as, countless artists, gogos, performers, staff, etcetera.

The fun is guaranteed !!


Formentera

Situated at the southern end ofthe Balearic archipielago,Formentera is the smallest of theBalearic Islands( exc. Cabrera island )

Among it,s 100 Km2, Formentera included hide-aways, coves and virgin beaches of an extraordinary beauty, the friendly attitude of it,s people is an important aspect of the island which make it specialThe port of “La Sabina” and the beaches of Mitjorn and Illetas are ideal for cycling excursions

Playa d,en Bossa beachis like a small villagefacing on to the beach,placewhich you are sureto want to visit again.

Even in winter,the island continues to mantainit,s very own special attractivecharm for which it is known

ENJOY IT !!


A WalkAlongThe Beach

In Ibiza town – from the harbour, it doesn,t take long to get from the town to the beach.Although there is an efficient urban bus service that will get you there in comfort ( Avenida Isidoro Macabich – Avenue ), you can also walk from the ” Paseo Vara de Rey ” along ” Avenida España ” untill you reach ” Figueretas ” beach.

You can also get there along the ” Vía Romana “, stopping at the Necrópolis ” d,es Puig d,es Molins “, an extremely interesting cultural visit as the island,s Punic history can be clearly seen here.

From Figueretas beach, you can stroll along coastal strip that is great for swimming, with services facilities, which leads you to ” Playa d,en Bossa beach “, one of the most important touristic areas in Ibiza.

The Island is worth a visit !!


Street  Arts And Crafts Markets

  • Puerto de Ibiza ( Ibiza,s Port ) : Every day from may to October
  • Figueretas – Paseo de las Pitiusas : Every afternoon in the summer
  • Hipódromo de San Jorge ( Hippodrome ) : All day Saturday, except JuLy and August
  • Complejo Playa d,en Bossa “Complex” : All day Saturday all year around
  • Talleres Cerámica ( Ceramic workshops ) : San Rafael
  • Paseo de S,alamera – Sta. Eulalia : Daily, except Wednesday and Sundays – Summer season -
  • Punta Arabí – Es Canár – Sta. Eulalia : All day – Wednesday from May to October
  • “Las Dalias” – Carretera San Carlos ( road ) : All day Saturday all year around
  • Paseo de las fuentes – San Antonio : Every day – Summer season -
  • Plaza de San Miguel – San Miguel : Thursday – all day – Summer season

 


Musems

  • Museo de la Necrópolis des Puig d,es Molins : Next to the “Puig des Molins” Hill where you discovery a Punic-Roman cementery dated from the VII century B.C.
  • Museo Diocesá : Paintings, scultures, gold and silver artefacts and other liturgical objects from the 14th to the 20th centuries
  • Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Ibiza : Collections of importants paintings and engravings ( from Ibicencan painters and handicrafs made by the hippies )
  • Museo Etnográfico de Ibiza ( Sta. Eulalia ) : Ethnographical Museum of Ibiza provides a historical ethnographic perspective on the culture, traditional economy and customs of rural life in the islands
  • Museo Arqueológico de Ibiza y Formentera : Archaeological Museum. The material remains from the historic past of the islands of Ibiza and Formentera from prehistoric times to the Islamic mediaval period