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The sun drenched golden shores of Ibiza pulsate to the beats of world famous DJs. White linen-draped beds languish on sandy beaches where cool clubbers with pearlescent tans drink colourful cocktails. Gold bikinis and bling glisten in the endless sunshine to a backdrop of stunning mountains dotted with white-washed hill-top houses -- making the flights to Ibiza much more worthwhile.

Ibiza may be a clubbers paradise and home to world renowned clubs like Pasha, Eden and Amnesia but it is possible to get away from it all and have a holiday filled with hill walks through pine filled forests, water sports, lazy days on the beach and quiet tavernas. Equally, hotels in Ibiza range from the sublime five star luxury of the Ibiza Grand Hotel in the Old Town to budget hostels and sprawling family beach resorts in the Playa d’en Bossa, which has some of the best beaches on the island. Cala Llonga and the traditional Spanish village of Santa Eulalia are two other areas where you can escape the clubbing crowds. San Antonio is party central and home to the famous Cafe del Mar and Cafe Mambo. If you dream of a romantic getaway, La Venata is the oldest boutique hotel on the island with rose gardens and four poster beds in the heart of the old city.

Beach front festivals and the much loved hippy market Es Canar are great ways to spend the day, or if you prefer to get wet, parasailing, jet skiing and snorkelling are all thrilling outdoor activities. Take a boat trip to nearby Formentera , visit the natural caves of Puerto de San Miguel or stroll the charming streets of the Old Town stopping for coffee in Bar Anita where eminent writers of the 60’s and 70’s used to meet.

Whether you’ve come to get married on Ibiza’s palm-fringed shores, enjoy a family holiday in the sun or dance until dawn, the Balearic beauty of Ibiza has something for everyone.

Did you know..?

In around 654BC Ibiza was known as Ibossim, named after the god Bes.  Oddly enough he was the god of music, dance and female beautification so in a strange way, Ibiza is still keeping the tradition of the gods alive, albeit in a more modern way.

Ibiza’s most famous nightclub, Pasha, started life in 1971 in a traditional Finca, or farmhouse until it became the place to see and be seen.

According to Nostradamus, ‘Ibiza will be Earth’s final refuge’.  He claimed that thanks to the particular prevailing winds that blow around the island, Ibiza will be the only safe haven in the event of a nuclear disaster.

Ibiza Travel Guide

Dalt Vila (Old Town)

Salines Beach

The North

A small island with a huge reputation - Ibiza is full of contrasts. Many people visit to enjoy the sun, beaches and the infamous nightlife, BUT there is another side to the island which is quietly growing in popularity. Just minutes away from the parties and lively resorts lies a ...

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