Located 50 miles from the shore of Spain, Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic islands and also the largest of the western Balearic archipelago group called the Pityuses produced from the Greek word of pine tree. With temperatures during summer often exceeding 30 degrees and 1-2 kilometers of beaches hugging the warm inviting waters of the Mediterranean ocean it’s easy to see Ibiza is such a favorite destination for holiday goers.
Once you think of Ibiza a picture of lively clubs and vigorous dance will probably spring to mind, of course, when it really is that which you might be after you will surely not be let down. Ibiza is your most popular nightlife capital of Europe and boasts many of the greatest clubs across including Space, Privilege, Amnesia, dc 10, Eden and Es Paradis. As a result of the sheer quantity of high quality nightclubs Ibiza manages to draw the great and good of their electronic dance music scene, with the entire world’s best DJ’s amassing in Ibiza every year to present their brand new creations and entertain the masses from Ibiza’s primary party centres of Ibiza town and Sant Antonio.
If dancing until early hours of the morning isn’t your thing don’t stress Ibiza has something for every one, from long scenic walks or bike rides around the island that boasts two national parks along with many UNESCO world heritage sites like the remains of those very first Phoenician settlement at Sa Caleta. If you just like an even more adrenaline fuelled adventure then you could try your hands at any one of these water sport activities that the island has to offer such as wind or kite surfing. Or about utilizing the crystal clear waters having a diving trip and find the sea bed of this Las Salinas national park was granted Heritage site status as a place of great ecological value. If you’d like your pleasure at a far more leisurely pace why don’t you try a round of golf at the nine hole public golf course in Roca Llisa, or to the more discerning golfer there is also an Ibiza golf club that sits in harmony with its surroundings also boasts perfectly maintained greens for an amazing golf experience. Sea fishing can be a great way to invest per day, head out on a small boat and overlook time as you loot the ample bounty of sea.ibiza boat party
With fantastic local products and fresh fish and sea food emanates in the sea, Ibiza includes a rich gastronomic tradition, typically Mediterranean with enormous tastes and local grown ingredients that you really can taste sunlight. Together with wonderful restaurants dotted all across the island you’ll always find something to tingle your preferences out of local specialities like a fish stew called Bollit de Peix and a pork and rice dish called Arroz de Matanza to a more familiar fare.