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Holidays to Ibiza

Introduction

Ibiza is world-renowned for its incredible nightlife with lively bars, clubs, and discos that feature top international DJs playing cutting edge electronic music to partiers from around the globe. However, besides the thumping bass lines, packed dance floors, and crowds of youthful revellers, Ibiza also offers golden sandy beaches, quiet coves, thick pine forests, and fascinating historical sites. Whether you want to spend your nights dancing until dawn or get away from it all in a tranquil fishing village, Ibiza has something to accommodate all types of travellers.

What to see and do on a Holiday to Ibiza

If you are looking for exciting bars and nightclubs, the latest house and trance music, and a happening social scene, you cannot do much better than Ibiza. During the summer months thousands of tourists flock to Ibiza’s shores to take part in some of the best nightlife in the world. Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni are the hottest spots on the island for those seeking wild parties that keep going long after the sun comes up. Many revellers start the evening at the legendary Cafe del Mar for sunset cocktails and then move on to wherever the music and vibe are good.

Ibiza holidays

Another reason that a holiday to Ibiza is so tempting is the incredible natural beauty of the island. The beaches here are soft and wide and lapped by the warm crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Although the main beaches can get busy during the summer months, it is still possible to find quiet stretches of sand around the island. In addition, the north east of the island is covered in fragrant pine forests and coastal walking trails, making this area perfect for hiking, cycling, or photography.

Although the nightlife and beaches are what most people come to Ibiza for, the island also has a number of captivating archaeological sites, some of which have been classified as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Phoenician settlement at Sa Caleta is interesting for its gridded remains of old stone houses set on a rocky promontory above the beach. In addition, visitors can explore Roman ruins, Carthaginian tombs, and Moorish buildings around the island.

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