Ibiza Island Hopper (Ibiza - Menorca)
Day 1: Ibiza The most epic week of your life starts with a 2pm check-in when you’ll meet your awesome Busabout Balearic Guide and fellow travellers. Your Guide will give you the low-down of what's on offer and help book your discount club tickets and boat trips to make sure you experience the best of all the action. In the afternoon there’s free time to explore or chill by the pool before we head out for our first night on the white isle – delicious local tapas followed by an orientation walk, then have a few drinks atop Ibiza’s historic fortress walls soaking up the stunning views. From gorgeous views to gorgeous people, we get the party started with 2 for 1 cocktails at a top bar, followed by a night out in some of the biggest night clubs in the world and the most famous DJ’s: Day 2: Ibiza After dancing till dawn the morning is yours to recover, so relax by the pool, explore the island or hit Ibiza’s awesome shopping scene before we head out to an Ibiza must do – the Pukka up Party Boat Cruise, where top on-board DJs, wicked dancers and flowing drinks team with some of the best sunsets in the world to make it a boat party to remember. Back on shore on Friday and Tuesday nights we head to one of the hottest clubs of the island. Day 3: Ibiza Hit Ibiza’s most lively beach Bora Bora – an all-day beach party with DJs, ice cold cocktails and luxury loungers to make your last afternoon in Ibiza one to remember. Tan topped up and totally chilled, this evening head with your Guide to San Antonio, for an orientation walk through Ibiza’s West End and dinner at one of the best restaurants on the island. Then it’s on to the magical Sunset Strip - soak up the sunset, the tunes and a cocktail or two. Tonight you can head to some of the world’s best clubs, see your Guide for tonight’s line-up. Day 4: Ibiza to Mallorca Check out by 12pm and spend the morning by the pool, exploring the town or a day trip over to Formentera - the choice is yours. Grab a bite to eat before our evening ferry to Mallorca; after check in we’ll head out for an orientation walk before an evening chilling and checking out the local bars. Day 5: Mallorca Today is free to explore. Check out the stunning Tramuntana Mountain Range and the gorgeous town of Soller, marvel at the world's largest underground lakes at the Caves of Drach, roam around Palma, the capital of Mallorca, head to one of the largest waterparks in Europe, Aqualand, or join our optional Catamaran excursion. Whatever you fancy your Guide is there to help you make the most of your time and advise on all the options. This evening we’ll head out to a local Mallorcan restaurant for some delicious local cuisine, then venture in to the night to discover the numerous bars and clubs on this gorgeous island. Day 6: Mallorca to Menorca Rise and shine to a beautiful day and an early ferry to our final island – Menorca. Our awesome accommodation is in the heart of historic Ciutadella, and after check in there’s an orientation walk before free time to explore this lovely island and its capital, Mahon. Tonight there’s an optional dinner in a local restaurant before we head to undoubtedly one of the most stunning clubs in the world, the spectacular cliff top Cova D’en Xoroi, where breath-taking views and pumping tunes from top DJs provide the backdrop to one of the best clubbing nights ever, guaranteed. Day 7: Menorca Menorca, with as many beaches as Ibiza and Mallorca combined, is stunning, and today is your chance to explore. Laze on world class golden sands, cocktail in hand; frolic in the crystal clear waves or head off on horseback through the gorgeous countryside. This afternoon we’ll catch a bus out to a top water sports beach for our incredible optional sunset kayaking excursion, then tonight we finish the tour in style sampling locally made Pomada, and the best kept secret of Menorca – its brilliant nightlife! Day 8: Menorca The trip ends after breakfast. Your Guide will organise transfers to the port or airport for your onward journey. Head back to Mallorca or Barcelona by ferry or fly home… or why not stay that little bit longer?