Ibiza is famous the world over for being a party island, however it has a lot more to offer to visitors than simply dancing away to the most famous DJs. As with all the Balearic Islands, it’s a dependency of Spain and is the closest to the mainland at just over 100 miles away. It has around 125 miles of majestic coastline that’s dotted with numerous tranquil coves and stunning beaches with perfectly clear water and golden sand.
No matter what your budget, you can find accommodation to suit you. There are cheap lodgings as well as expensive hotels, resorts, and villas, spread-out throughout the island from coast to coast. The busiest time is through the months of July and August when many of the available rooms can booked out, for those who plan to go to during this time it’s wise to book far upfront.
Ibiza’s fame skyrocketed during the0s when the dance music scene really began to take off. Now you’ll find a few of the very best clubs and bars in Europe. Thousands of tourists both young and old benefit from the social life that is unmatched. Aside from the nightclubs there are lots of other attractions. You’ll be able to choose to spend a leisurely few days relaxing in a rural stone cottage and exploring the numerous walks near to almond and olive groves, in addition to taking time to experience the pine forests, salt lakes, and historic buildings.
Ibiza town still retains its medieval charm and is the largest and probably the most beautiful on the entire island. There’s a stunning cathedral, world class restaurants, and excellent bars.
Every here there are around three hundred days of sunshine, with only a small number of rainy days. Luckily the cool and refreshing sea breeze helps it from getting uncomfortably hot. The winters are also an incredible time to go to because the temperature never drops as little as most of Europe.
The pace of life throughout the island is very laid back. All of your stresses and worries might be left behind on the airport.