Hen Party Activities in Ibiza

Live it up in Europe's clubbing capital with a hen do in Ibiza! This awesome island is beautiful and wild, home to beaches, superclubs and loads of fellow party goers.
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Ibiza Hen Parties

Are you ready for a weekend to remember? The White Isle is without a doubt, Spain’s most notorious party capital. Located in the Mediterranean, this is the perfect spot for sun-seekers, partygoers and hens who just want to have fun.

What To Expect During a Hen Party in Ibiza?

Ibiza is renowned for its extensive nightclubs and culture of non-stop partying. If you want to dance into the early hours, every night of the week, then you’ve definitely come to the right place. Many groups come here for their last night of freedom, so expect lots of hilarious Ibiza hen do outfits and questionable inflatables.

However, that’s not to say you have to love raving 24/7. There are tons of other fantastic Ibiza hen do activities that will suit beach-lovers, adventure-seekers and those who just want to put their feet up and relax. Trust us, we have it all!

Ibiza Beaches

Aside from clubbing, Ibiza is also loved for its gorgeous golden beaches. Make sure to bring your sun cream because you’re going to be sizzling under a sun-soaked sky with temperatures reaching up to 30°+! You’ll find buzzing sandy paradises with cocktail bars as well as secluded white coves for exploring and quiet sunbathing. Here are the top three spots for you to enjoy during your Ibiza hen do.

1. Benirrás

Located near San Miguel (no, not the beer), on the north of the Island, Benirras is well-known for its bohemian atmosphere, stunning sunsets and picture-perfect white sand. Pop here to unwind from the night before and to have an afternoon snooze with the girls!

2. Playa d'en Bossa

This beach has the longest beachfront packed with shops and cocktail bars. It’s home to the Ibiza Rocks Hotel and so makes the perfect destination for music-lovers.

3. Figueretes

This is the closest beach to Ibiza town. It’s lined with luxury bars, restaurants and hotels. This is your best option if you want to head to far from the town centre and fancy some delicious cocktails on the sand.

After you’ve explored the beaches during your Ibiza hen do, make sure to head to Ibiza Old Town which is full of charming cobbled streets and a great shopping scene. You’ll find boho markets and local craft shops. For the best clubs and bars, head to Ibiza Town. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed!

Hen Party Activities in Ibiza

If you’re organising your best gal’s last night of freedom, or you’re planning your own party, you’ll want to get down a solid Ibiza hen do itinerary. With so much to see and do on this fabulous island, a bit of structure will make your holiday run smoothly and give all your guests a good idea on what to expect.

You’ll find tons of fantastic hen party activities in Ibiza. From tastebud-tantalising meals out to relaxing days at the spa, booze-filled bar crawls and water sports, there’s something here to suit everybody’s tastes.

Cocktail Masterclass

Why not dive straight in with a cocktail masterclass? You’ll learn to mix, muddle and shake things up some mouth-watering tipples as you gaze over the ocean and soak up the sun. A dedicated mixologist will teach you everything you need to know. You’ll be creating three cocktails each, so get ready to feel a little tipsy as you celebrate on into the evening!

Nude Life Drawing

Want something a little ‘cheeky’ during your Ibiza hen weekend? A nude life drawing class will get you and the girls giggling as you sketch out your very naked male model! This is a great icebreaker and will get everyone showing off their creative sides. The model will choose his favourite at the end, so you better bring you’re A-game!

Go Karting

For the adrenaline-junkies, make sure to book onto a Go Karting experience that’s sure to get the wind in your hair and your heart pounding. You’ll make your way across the course as you tear up the turf and beat all your friends. Don’t wear your best clothes! You can book the go karts for two 8-minute sessions, giving you plenty of time to race with your mates.

Spa Day

Want to relax during your Ibiza hen do? Of course you do! That’s why a spa da experience is just what you’re looking for. You can take a dip in the soothing pool or soak up the sun on the pool side. Expect relaxing music, chilled vibes and lots of opportunities to gossip with the girls.

Three Hour Booze Cruise

You’re in Ibiza celebrating the bride’s last weekend of freedom. This calls for some a party boat booze cruise! You’ll get four hours to sip on drinks, dance to the onboard DJ and play games led by the rep. You’ll soak up the sights of the Med as you float along and feel the sea breeze catch in your hair. Pure bliss!

Reviews for Ibiza hen activities

Three Course Meal including Drinks

Great food, great location. Really nice waitress. We were really looked after.

Matthew Mcgitchie-simpson
Spa Day

We all ended up being given 30 minute massages and they really looked after us. Was very nice.

Matthew Mcgitchie-simpson
Go Karting Mini Race


Toby Gudmunsen

Fun facts

Did you know?

  • The settlers who founded Ibiza originally named it Ibozzim and dedicated the island to Bes, the God of music and dance.
  • Freddie Mercury once had a two-week long party in the club Pike’s. How long will you celebrate your hen do in Ibiza?
  • Some of the hippy community who were around Ibiza in the 1960s still claim Es Vedra is a beacon to guide aliens to earth.
  • Ibiza is the second largest Balearic island.
  • Wherever you’re on Ibiza, you’re never more than an hour’s drive from the beach.
  • There’s no fresh water on the surface of Ibiza. The water supply lies deep underground.
  • The international DJ awards happen every year in Ibiza.
  • Ibiza’s correct pronunciation is in fact Evissa.
  • Ibiza isn’t just for clubbers, it’s also home to a world heritage site because of its coastline, sea life and architecture.
  • The world’s most expensive restaurant is Sublimotion located in Ibiza’s Hard Rock Hotel. You can expect to be charged 1,500 Euros per head!
  • Ibiza may be a party island full of superclubs, but it’s also home to yoga retreats for those who want to unwind on the island.
  • Ibiza attracts nearly six million tourists a year! Considering the island is only 571km2 with a population of around 150,000 people. This is a lot!
  • It's only snowed twice here in the last 20 years!
  • Wham!’s hit Club Tropicana immortalised the island's first beach bar.
  • There's five naturist beaches in Ibiza if you're feeling cheeky (literally!).

Ibiza in numbers

  • Ibiza has 10 hours of sunshine everyday and for 300 days per year.
  • There are 57 different beaches here to help you soak up some serious sun on your hen do in Ibiza.
  • The average temperature in Ibiza is 20 ºC and it remains above this temperature for 8 months of the year!
  • The highest point on the island is Sa Talaiassa at just 475 metres above sea level.
  • Privilege is the world’s biggest nightclub, it can hold up to 11,000 people and boasts a swimming pool.
  • The oldest club on Ibiza is Pacha, founded in 1973.
  • Before regulations changed making clubs close by 6am, it was possible to party for 22 hours a day in Ibiza.
  • More than 120 cruise ships stop off at Ibiza every year.
  • Ibiza is home to five naturist beaches, with only two of them being official.
  • Some DJs who perform in Ibiza can earn over £50,000 for a performance in a club.

Local Celebs

Ibiza is a popular holiday destination for those well-deserved summer breaks and many famous celebrities including music artists like to relax and party on the island. Here’s a few that you may be able to spot on your Ibiza hen party. Sakura is one of many celebrities who have bought a luxurious apartment on this island.

Another celeb that you may encounter is Calvin Harris. You’re likely to see him behind the DJ decks in one of Ibiza’s clubs, so get partying if you want to be in with a chance of spotting him! The famous actor Robert de Niro has opened a hotel called the Nobu Hotel here. Perhaps you’ll see him sipping on a cocktail by the pool of his hotel in the sun during your hen do in Ibiza!

Food and Drink

Because Ibiza is Spain’s top party island, you’re sure to encounter lots of delicious Spanish cuisine to tantalise your taste buds and satisfy those hungry tums. Think paella, lots of seafood, sangria, Balearic sausages and tapas. We don’t mind if we do!

Booking in advance? Good idea! Pre-booking your Ibiza restaurant experience means you can pre-pay and avoid that awkward bill-splitting at the end of the night. You’ll all know what to expect so all that's left to do is sit back and toast to the bride-to-be’s last weekend of freedom!

Itaca Ibiza

Itaca, Avinguda del Doctor Fleming, 8, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain

Itaca Ibiza, located in San Antonio, one of Ibiza’s lively resorts, is one of the best places to go if you’re looking for a mixture of delicious food and dancing. You can enjoy a tasty tapas meal while watching the sunset and sipping on sangria. You’ll get a VIP spot overlooking the sea, the perfect place to catch the last of the daylight and get into the party spirit! Later on you can head to the roof terrace or throw shapes on the dancefloor.


Calle Castella 9, 07800, Ibiza Town, Ibiza Spain

Recommended in the Michelin guide 2020, this is a top spot for foodies looking to indulge a little. RE.ART will give some added sophistication to your Ibiza hen do as you dine on locally sourced ingredients and a menu inspired by the Mediterranean.


Cala Sol Den Serra, (Cala Llonga), 07849, Santa Eulalia des Riu, Ibiza

For jaw-dropping views, head to Amante, a beachside restaurant overlooking Sol d'en Serra bay. Offering a simple, contemporary yet utterly delicious Spanish menu, you won’t know whether to focus on your food or the views! Amante pick vegetables from their own organic garden and only use the freshest ingredients. You can also enjoy sunbeds and cocktails by day, and an open air cinema in the evening!

Oyser Ibiza

Carretera san Antonio 43 bajo 1 07840 SANTA EULALIA DEL RÍO

The Med is the home of fresh and delicious seafood so why not go all out and head to this fantastic Oyster takeaway? That’s right, Oyster Ibiza are the first seafood delivery company on the island. If you’re staying at a hen party house nearby, why not order in? You can order seafood platters, caviar and bottles of champagne. Does it get any posher?

Ibiza Nightlife

Ibiza is renowned for being the ultimate party location. Its spot in the Med means it’s in the prime spot for beach parties and non-stop clubbing. You’ll find everything from all-night clubs, boat parties and pool side discos. A hen night in Ibiza is one you’ll never forget — even if you’ve had one too many shots! To start, take a look at some of the island’s top nightclubs. Let the drinks flow!

Private Bar Crawl

To begin, it’s worth booking a private bar crawl for the first night of your Ibiza hen do. Ibiza is a big island, so getting a heads up on the best place to drink and party is 100% worth it. You’ll be guided by a local English-speaking rep who’ll take you around central San Antonio. This four-hour tour will have you visiting four buzzing bars and you’ll enjoy a free shot every time you buy a drink. At only £12 per person, it’s a cracking good deal!

Sunday Zoo Project

Wild performances, multiple DJ sets and wacky dance floor — the outdoor Sunday Zoo Project is not to be missed. This club is all about expressing yourself, so expect lots of quirky performances from circus acts, unicycling ‘gorillas’, acrobats, mad hatters and more! You’ll be based in a treehouse, rabbit hole, seal pit or the cosy living room. If you still don’t know what on earth this club is about, then you’ll just have to go and see for yourself!


Boasting a whopping 25 meters high ceiling, this is officially the world’s biggest nightclub. Yes, the world! If you love strobe lights, smoke machines, huge party crowds and lots of sweating, this is the nightclub for you. You can expect to find some of the world’s hottest DJs performing here along with a big garden for you to chill in when it gets too much. Ravers, rejoice!

The Best Time to Visit Ibiza

Ibiza is a fantastic island to visit, no matter what time of year you go. The prime time to visit falls between May-October when temperatures are at their highest and the party atmosphere is in full swing. It’s the perfect time for boat tours, beach parties and sunset cocktails. However, if you go between November and April, you’ll find lots of hotel deals and you won’t be competing with the other hen groups or tourists who flock here during the warmer months.

You will be pleased to note, however, that there are events happening all year round! So, if you’re one for big music festivals or foodie events, you may want to plan you Ibiza hen do itinerary a little differently.

International Music Summit

May 23rd – 25th

The International Music Summit is an annual event dedicated to the appreciation of electronic music and DJing. Obviously, Ibiza is the logical place to hold it, since it’s possibly the largest DJ hotspot in the world! Amongst the talks and forums, there are also lots of fantastic dance and electronic nights held every night of the summit.

Adlib Moda Ibiza Fashion Show


Fashionitas will love visiting Ibiza during the Adlib Moda Ibiza Fashion Show. Featuring almost 30 designers, this is the showcase of upcoming fashion for men, women, brides and more. If the bride-to-be hasn’t bought her dress yet, perhaps this is the place for inspiration?

Patrimoni Gastronomic Food Festival

Falls between January – March

Love your food? If you’re throwing your Ibiza hen do between January and March, you’ll probably catch the massive two-month food festival that celebrates World Heritage countries and cities. Several restaurants offer seats for dinners wishing to try some of the contesting dishes and there are also lots of cooking workshops and classes that go on. You’ll want to make sure to secure a ticket for this one!

Getting around

The best way to get around Ibiza during your hen weekend is to use buses. The public transfer on this island is inexpensive, super-efficient and it will take you to all the main tourist destinations. You’ll be connected to all the top beaches, Ibiza town and the airport.

There are also ferrys that’ll take you to different parts of the island and you can hire scooters if you want to explore landscape at your own pace.

Take a ferry from Playa d’en Bossa to the old town. You’ll travel around the coves and gaze at the gorgeous crystal clear waters.

Luxury Boat Trip

During your Ibiza hen do, there’s no better way to travel and explore in style than taking a party boat. The Cirque De La Nuit is great for a pre-party warm up as you gaze at the sunset and take a short ride into the Med. Afterwards, you’ll get dropped off at Swankeys where you’ll get VIP entry.

Go Karting

For an activity with a difference, you and the girls can hire fun go karts. You’ll be able to race each other on an awesome track, feeling the wind in your hair and the sun in your face. We don’t recommend wearing your best clothes for this one!

Of course, when you're out on the town, your best option for getting around Ibiza on your hen do is to grab a taxi. There'll be plenty available outside the top nightclubs and strips, so you can rest those tootsies and enjoy a cab ride back to your accommodation. Phew!

Fancy a Hen Party in Ibiza?

If you want more hen party ideas in Ibiza, why not check out what activities we have to offer and make an enquiry today? You’ll never forget your weekend of sun, sea and partying with the girls!

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