Ibiza is the number 1 summer destination in Europe, an island With many different facets. The island is famous in the world for its vibrant nightlife, colorful people, clubs play in the top DJ's, and the party goes on day and night. Its beach life, Ibiza has many big sandy beaches with crystal clear water suitable for any kind of water sports and sunbathing and relaxation off course But Also intimate small and remote bays where even in the high season it's not that busy. While exploring the island one will discover a gorgeous nature with mountains full of pine trees, and Depending on the season, flowers, and green meadows. While driving on the Island one passes through authentic villages with small restaurants and bars. Also Ibiza knows a wide a variety in restaurants, from typical Spanish tapas bars to the more upscale restaurants.
Ibiza Town is the lively capital city of the Island. The city dates back a few thousand years and has-been home to many cultures. Ibiza Town has listed UNESCO world heritage site and to its oldest part is protected and intact. One can visit old sights, Especially in and around Ibiza Town's D'Alt Villa and the old harbor full of narrow streets and little squares. A number of museums are dedicated to the history of the town and the Island. Ibiza is famous for its cosmopolitan Also and colorful crowd. After sunset, the city comes to life with shops open until midnight and a choice of many restaurants and bars. Staying in or around Ibiza Town Gives, you the opportunity to discover the southern and northern parts of the Island as well as you are in the proximity of nightlife.
There are many beaches on the southwest coast of Ibiza and They all have a different character. Cala D'Hort is an little bay without any construction except two very good fish restaurants, the water is a bit deep but stays very fresh even in high summer. Cala Vadella is a nice family resort with nice restaurants but without big hotels and Malthus keeps an intimate ambiance, very recommendable for people with children. Cala Tarida is a bit busier with hotels and many villas in its surroundings; the beach is nice with white sand and clear water. Cala Conta is unspoiled without hotels and has a narrow white beach and water That Resembles the Caribbean. Cala Bassa is a beautiful unspoiled beach without construction and old pine trees growing onto the sand. This beach Also has a trendy beach club called the service with towels CBBC.