The island of Ibiza, located in Spain, is known as the European capital of parties, besides the beautiful medieval architecture and breathtaking beaches.
Ibiza is the third largest island in the Balearic archipelago, in the western Mediterranean Sea, and is approximately 80 km to the east of Spain. World famous for its parties, and high concentration of nightclubs, and also gathers beautiful landscapes and medieval architecture.
With only 110 thousand inhabitants, receives nearly 4 million visitors a year, attracted by the hectic nights and the tranquility of the days. To get to this paradise is relatively easy. Several airlines have flights to Ibiza in addition through the sea, it is very accessible.
ATTRACTIONS FOR EVERYONE
In Ibiza, tourists are entertained in different ways. Primarily, it should be visit the Dalt Vila, where are located the main cultural tourist attractions of the island. Narrow streets, white houses, a castle, hillsides and small mazes. The Portal de Ses Taules allows entry into village, which is also Archaeological Museum of Ibiza and Formentera, the necropolis Puig des Molins, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cathedral of Santa Maria, in Gothic-Baroque architecture.
Other sights to be explored: Monumento a los Corsairs, the winery Can Rich Buscatell, Chapel of San Ciriaco and the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. And to further enliven the day, know the beaches. Among the most frequented, are Cala Jondal, Cala Tarida, Cala Hort, Es Canar, Cala Sant Vicent, among others. The Playa d’en Bossa is the most extensive, with many hotels and luxury resorts. One of the best beaches on the island is Las Salinas – which owes its name to the surrounding saline. Cala Benirras is a tranquil bay where you can enjoy a beautiful sunset.
The nightlife of Ibiza is a highlight on the side. Parties are starting at night and ends only during the day or others starting on same day for the joy of visitors that more agitated. The electronic music takes count of the island. Among the most famous nightclubs, there is Pacha, with several nightclubs across the globe.
The typical food of the site consists of seafood, vegetables, rice, spices and fine seasonings. But the prices are a bit salty, but nothing that would prevent the visitor to enjoy the typical gastronomy.
Ibiza Town has stores of renowned brands, while the street markets are held a bit all over the island, with stalls offering anything from local handicrafts and handmade jewelry art and clothing. The casual fashion is a hallmark of the place, with white pieces and fluid made of natural fabrics and with traditional embroidery.
Surely, it’s worth getting lost by the charms in this Island that so special.