Destination Guide to Ibiza

You know what they say: not everything that glitters is gold! So it is with Ibiza…it’s not only for partygoers as they say, it’s not just about young people and debauchery, it’s about an absolutely charming island with white sand as powder and turquoise sea, boasting similar landscapes such as those in the Caribbean and many, many opportunities to relax and chill out.

Ibiza at first glance

Ibiza is part of the Balearic archipelago in the western Mediterranean Sea, belonging to Spain, with a spectacular coastline of about 200 kilometers full of tiny bays and exotic white beaches, caressed by the sun throughout the year. Blessed with olive and citrus, fig and almond trees and salt lakes – the famous sea salt extracted for centuries from the southern part of the Ibiza, this incredible island has it all!

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Ibiza has over 50 beaches designed for all preferences, some isolated, inaccessible, other highly populated, animated by beach-partiers, some intimate, where you can barely glimpse a few silhouettes.

The island has diverse influences. After the Greeks conquered it, followed by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs and Corsairs, around 60s, a group of hippies attracted by the beauty of Ibiza and the hospitality of the locals, brought the news all over and Ibiza has become increasingly popular and visited.

> Arriving in Ibiza

When you arrive at the Ibiza Airport you can choose to rent a car or take the bus which is immediately nearby. Taxis are quite expensive and you’ll expect too much to come, especially during summer. There are alsonumerous ships linking Ibiza from Barcelona, Mallorca and Valencia. Lots of buses are crossing the entire Ibiza so do not worry about reaching the whole island.

> Clubs & parties in Ibiza

Ibiza is the land where resounds all summer the famous mixes of…

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