Ibiza is known worldwide for its legendary nightlife. Youngsters flock to the island to meet like-minded and let loose within the settings of the electronic dance scene. However, the Island also has an outstanding cultural history and picturesque settings worth discovering.
This small Balearic island enjoys a supreme location in the Mediterranean Sea – it’s a natural treasure of rustic landscapes, tiny coves, crystal clear water, and a generous climate with sunshine at almost all times. The 210 kilometres of coastline guarantees a maritime atmosphere, perfect for sunbathing and taking long reflective walks. However, exploring the beautiful countryside as well adds to the pleasure.
When the sun sets, the notorious Ibiza nightlife kicks off into a true explosion of electronic music in the latest trends of house and trance. The perpetual festivity makes Ibiza hugely popular with the young generation, who enjoy the night clubs as well as the buzzing evening street life.
Despite the popularity, few know that Ibiza is actually designated World Heritage with a number of captivating cultural and historical sights. Among others, experience the Phoenician Settlement of Sa Caleta west of Ibiza Town, the old town of Eivissa, and the necropolis at Puig des Molins.
When you’re looking for entertainment, Ibiza Town is the place to go. The upper town of Dalt Vila offers cobbled alleyways, Spanish architecture, colourful markets, and charming restaurants. Look to Ibiza Port to enjoy dinner with a view and gasp at the exclusive range of super yachts. If you stay and discover Ibiza Town by night you’re in for a party that probably exceeds anything you ever experienced.