Ibiza, Catalan island, Spain. Is the third largest of the Balearic Islands. It lies in the western Mediterranean 50 miles (80 km) southwest of Majorca.
Many of the locals live on farms and small villages scattered throughout the island.
Since the late 20th century the population of Ibiza has grown considerably, owing to immigration and the tourism that flourishes as a result of the island’s mild winter climate and its beaches. Ibiza city, San Antonio, and Santa Eularia del Río are the most-populated places.
Although the island’s size is relatively small, it is packed with amazing scenes, nice terrains and things to do. Ibiza is widely known for its wild nightlife, but there is also plenty of other exciting things to do during the day.
Why Visit Ibiza
When someone thinks of Ibiza, first thing that comes in mind is nightlife and they are not wrong. The clubbing season usually starts in May with the International Music Summit followed by Ibiza opening parties, and keeps rolling through the sizzling summer months until late September’s closing fiestas.
Also known as theCaribbeanIslandoftheMediterraneanSea, Formentera is located just 9 kilometers away from Ibiza. Beaches with the whitest sand and waters the clearest and most crystalline you could ever hope for have marked out this island as one of the most idyllic destinations in the Balearics. Many believe that the beaches on Formentera are among the best in the world and when you get there, you will think so too.
- Breaking Sunsets
Regarded as one of the best locations to watch the sunset on Mediterranean is Ibiza. No matter what time of the year it is, sea and beautiful scenery on the island will be offering breathtaking sunsets.
- Ibiza town
The port city known as Ibiza Town is the largest and prettiest destination on the island. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza Town boasts a walled fortress as well as cobblestone streets.