The name Ibiza might conjure up images of late-night clubbing and glitzy parties, but few people know about this Balearic island’s second, more serene side. The White Isle is also home wild swathes of unspoilt land, UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites and secluded coves. Start one of our Ibiza cruises at the Ses Salines beach and salt flats – a marshy landscape of shimmering cliffs, salt pans and beaches that stretches over 168-sq-km. Look out for rare birds such as the Balearic Shearwater and Audouin’s Gull. Elsewhere on the island, you’ll find the Trucador Peninsula, which features two adjacent beaches: Platja Illetes and Platja Llevant. Ibiza town itself is home to the Old Town of Dalt Villa. Sitting pretty on top of a hill, it was first occupied by the Phoenicians around 650 BC. Its narrow lanes are traffic-free, making this a quiet spot to take a break from Ibiza’s livelier quarters. Whichever way you go, you’ll end up at the Cathedral – mysteriously named the Cathedral of our Lady of the Snows. It dominates the skyline with its simple yet gothic façade and offers panoramic views of the ocean. Don’t leave Ibiza without visiting the port area, where you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants, cafes and bars if you fancy dipping your toes into the nightlife scene.