Resort Features

1. Ibiza is an island in the Mediterranean Sea off the east coast of Spain. The island is renowned for having some of the best nightclubs in the world, but it also has a stunning coastline with dozens of tiny coves to discover as well as a lot of very stylish Ibizan finca style properties. The island has a rich history and boasts four UNESCO World Heritage sites. The old town, Dalt Vila is the largest city on the island and is where high ramparts and old cobbled streets blend with bohemian nightlife and world class restaurants.
2. Ibiza has something for everyone. By day there are the beaches, boating, historical sightseeing and shopping. By night, there is wining and dining followed by a little dancing too. Ibiza welcomes an eclectic mix of stylish fashionistas, hippies, D.J’s and locals. There are the jet set, the people who arrive by yacht, and the families who take advantage of the great weather, numerous beaches and great choice of places to stay. Ibiza, also known as the White Isle, welcomed more than 7 million visitors to its shores last Summer alone.
3. For beachside dining we like El Chiringuito on Es Cavallet beach. For hip music while you eat, try beachside dining at the Blue Marlin. For a funky vibe KM5 is good for groups, La Paloma is one of our favourite places to eat with a delicious organic menu, and Bambuddah Grove does great food and cocktails. If you want to dance, Pacha, Amnesia, DC-10 and Space are just a few of the mega clubs to choose from. For a special treat, head out to the island of Formentera, Ibiza’s tranquil little sister island. With miles of white sand and crystal clear waters, Formentera is the antithesis of hedonistic Ibiza. Our top restaurant tip in Formentera is Juan y Andrea.
4. Ibiza has a hectic calendar of events. There is an official ‘Party Calendar’ for boat parties, special club nights and special D.J’s. There is also a calendar for other events such as fiestas, markets, concerts. The Hippy Market is one of the islands top attractions with roots back to the early 60’s. There are 2 markets held on Wednesday and Saturday which remind you of the islands artisan roots.
5. Most helpful website for fact finding and general information about Ibiza is provided by Discover Ibiza.
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