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Ibiza

Ibiza is one of the most beautiful islands in Europe and it certainly is the liveliest one. Every year more than 4 million visitors come to the island, which has just over 100,000 permanent residents. ‘Eivissa’ is the formal Catalan name and the name used by its inhabitants.

The Balearic island has had many occupants over the last thousand years - from the ancient Phoenician and Carthigan peoples to the Greeks, Moors, Turks and Catalans. By the 60's, though, the main invaders were hippies and they established Ibiza as a place for counterculture. All left their cultural fingerprints on Ibiza with a 2,000-year-old salt industry, an old smugglers route, a hippie market and a charming old town. Now, Ibiza is more international than ever.

This is evident in the many restaurants with very different culinary experiences and in the bars and clubs with chic designs and absolutely breathtaking scenery. Ibiza has everything to offer from an extreme party vacation to a tranquil island holiday for the family, from funky drinks to ancient traditional meals. It’s a place that gives you a taste for more.

Besides being the clubbing capital of the world, Ibiza also has an amazing natural beauty, a superb climate and a World Heritage site. Whether you want to lose yourself to the music of the world’s best DJs in Ibiza’s unmatched party scene or if you want to enjoy the astounding clear sea, warm sun, attractive coves and eventful beaches – or a bit of everything – you have certainly come to the right place. Part of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is a jewel in the Mediterranean Sea. You can explore the blissfulness of the island by day, party by night – all night – and then relax on one of the many divine beaches. Alternatively, you can party twenty-four-seven.

The reasons for travelling to Ibiza are the lovely beaches, great water and happy people. Whether you are here for the water sports or to get a nice tan, Ibiza has the beach for you!

Ibiza is more than just bars and beach life. Take a day to explore the island by bike or car, stroll among the narrow streets of Dalt Vila and pick up a real bargain at the Hippie market. This is a lovely holiday destination!

Ibiza’s culture and history is reflected in the islands culinary heritage. The cuisine is strongly influenced by different Mediterranean cultures and in particular by the cuisine of Catalonia. Fresh fish and seafood dominate the island’s culinary culture of course. However, as a big tourist destination, Ibiza’s restaurants cater for all kinds of gastronomic desires.

Here at Ibiza you can find many cool, funky cafés to chill out and relax at. Choose from great coffee, a cocktail for lunch or delicious pastries.

The bars on Ibiza are at least as famous as its clubs as they set the scene and the mood for the nightlife to come. Drinks are a little cheaper here than in the clubs and many bars have free entry. There are club ticket deals and sometimes promotional offers on free chupitos (shots).

People and DJ's come to Ibiza from all over the world to party the whole night long, and, whoa, are they good at it! It is the most experimenting, beautiful and massive clubbing experience in the world. Season runs from June throughout September. Entrance fees are between €20-60.

Ibiza brags of having the largest numbers of stores on the smallest area in the world and it really looks the part. On Ibiza, you can find a selection of the latest and craziest in fashion for your night out - or cool accessories for your day at the beach. Just south of Ibiza Town is the resort Figueretas. You will find plenty of shops selling the usual brands, sportswear, souvenirs and handicrafts from Ibiza. Here is also the big market Malacoste.

In Sant Antoni and Sant Antoni Bay you can shop at large department stores and shops along the coast. You’ll find everything from fashion and beach wear to music and souvenirs.

This complex was renovated in the year 2000 and comprises a total of 114 apartments/ studios. Facilities on the complex include a small supermarket, a bar with a TV and an à la carte restaurant. Those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park..
Location Lying amidst a wonderfully shady pine forest, this complex lies some 700 m from beautiful Cala Llonga beach. The complex is situated about 40 minutes drive from the airport. Links to the public transport network lie about 900 m away. Facilities..
AVAILABLE MAY TO OCTOBER - The Alicante Hostal is in the very centre of San Antonio, not far from the port area, the beach and the famous sunset cafes. The cafes are the perfect place to end a day on the beach with a relaxing drink and an unbeatable view..
The Hostal Anibal is a casual and friendly hostal just 500 m from beach on the island paradise of Ibiza. Conveniently situated 3 km from the Marina, this friendly complex is terrific for young couples and friends featuring basic yet comfortable accommodation..
The Hostal Ferrer is situated in the centre of San Antonio. It is an ideal base for those on a budget. The building has four floors and is only 200 metres from San Antonio beach and 300 metres from the famous West End district
This small and cosy hostel enjoys a convenient location in the centre of San Antonio, Ibiza, near the bus station and the weekly old town artisan market. Guests may wish to visit one of the area's many picturesque beaches, enjoy the island's fantastic..
The hotel amenities include a cafeteria and a bar. The bedrooms feature a safety box (extra charge) and private bathroom. ** Please note that the reception has limited opening hours. Arrivals after 24:00 hrs. must be advised by telephone or fax to the..
2 stars hotel, situated in the center of Santa Eulalia, in a quiet pedestrian street, in about 100 m from the beach and the Nautic Port. All rooms with bathroom and balcony. Cleaning every day except on Sundays. For arrivals after midnight; it is necesarry..
Situated on a pedestrian street with plenty of shops, the hostel is just a stone¿s throw away from the famous San Antonio¿s hustle and bustle. Its visitors will surely enjoy the close proximity of the party-goers¿ paradise ¿ the West..
AVAILABLE MAY TO OCTOBER - The Hostal Sa Rota is one of Santa Eulalia`s classic hostels. It is located in the centre of town, just 200 metres from the beach. The town also has a long seafront esplanade leading to the yachting harbour, which is full of..
La Salinas
La Salinas is one of Ibiza's famous landmarks are its salt flats, close to the airport on the southern-most tip of the island. The saltpans have been in use for more than 2,000 years, since the earliest colonists, the Carthaginians, traded with..
Santa Eulalia del Rio
Santa Eulalia is a pretty, atmospheric little town about nine miles (14km) north of the island's capital, much favoured by tourists because of its proximity to some of the best beaches and for its scenic setting.   The town is situated..
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