Ibiza (Catalan: Eivissa) is one of the Balearic islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s well known for the lively nightlife in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, where major European nightclubs have summer outposts. It’s also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches, from Platja d’en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops, to quieter sandy coves backed by pine-clad hills found all around the coast. It is one of the four biggest island in Balearic Island and the third largest.
Ibiza has become well known for its association with nightlife, electronic music that originated on the island, and for the summer club scene, all of which attracts large numbers of tourists drawn to that type of holiday. Several years before 2010, the island’s government and the Spanish Tourist Office had been working to promote more family-oriented tourism, with the police closing down clubs that played music at late night hours, but by 2010 this policy was reversed. Around 2015 it was resumed.
The port in Ibiza Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ibiza and the nearby island of Formentera to its south are called the Pine Islands, or “Pityuses”. The orange color of the soil in Ibiza comes from the tannin in the pine needles that fall from the island’s many pine trees.
Ibiza has amazing sandy beaches with restaurants and parking lots just like CALA COMTE, castles and histories at Ibiza old town and lot more fun to experience.
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On this island you will also find a unique atmosphere, where fun has no.1 priority. This liveliness is reflected in the island’s cultural agenda and night life. The Ibiza night is famous the world over. Besides its fashionable bars and night clubs, there is also a host of other activities that get underway once the sun goes down: street markets, terrace bars, open-air cultural events, concerts… Thousands of young people come year after year to enjoy the latest trends in music and to dance at any time of day or night.Ibiza also has excellent air communications: its airport is just a few kilometers from Eivissa, with scheduled flights to the other Balearic Islands, the Spanish mainland and a range of European capitals.
MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES IN IBIZA
CALA D’ HORT:
Cala d’Hort is a beach on the western seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza.
The beach is in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia and is 13.3 miles west of the town of Ibiza town.
Cala Comte is a beach in the south west of the Spanish island of Ibiza.
It is in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia and is 5.0 miles west of the village of Sant Agustí des Vedrà.
Agua Blanca is a beach on the Spanish island of Ibiza.
It is in the municipality of Santa Eulària des Riu and is 6.4 miles north east of the town of Santa Eulària des Riu
Cala Salada is a cove on the Spanish island of Ibiza.
It is in the municipality of Sant Antoni de Portmany and is 2.9 miles north of the town of Sant Antoni de Portmany. The village of Santa Agnès de Corona is 5.4 miles north east of the beach
Cala Vadella is a small cove and beach resort the western seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza.
The beach resort is in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia and is 14.5 miles west of the town of Ibiza town.
One of Ibiza’s most magnificent resort beaches, Cala Tarida is the longest and widest beach of fine white sand on the island’s west coast.
Nestled in a sandy, sheltered bay on the west coast of the island, surrounded by pine-covered hills, can be found the tiny resort of Cala Tarida.
CALA DE SANT VICENTE:
Cala de Sant Vicent is a beach resort village on the Spanish island of Ibiza. The resort is in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja.
The resort is reached along the designated roads PMV 811 east from Sant Joan de Labritja, and on the PM 810 north from Santa Eulària des Riu. The resort is 18.9 miles (30.4 km) north east of Ibiza Town and 23.5 miles (37.8 km) of Ibiza Airport.
Cala Benirrás is a beach in the northern seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza. It is in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja and is 4.6 miles east of the village of Sant Joan de Labritja and and 4.6 miles (7.4 km) north north east of the village of Sant Miquel de Balansat.
Cala Pada is one of the raw diamonds of Ibiza.
Sparkling, transparent waters are surrounded by a mass of fragrant pine trees, while soft golden sand sits beside.
PORT DE SANT MIGUEL:
Situated on the north coast of Ibiza, Puerto de San Miguel was once the fishing port of San Miguel village, but is now a popular small resort with families and peace-seeking couples alike.
Here can be found one of the most sheltered beaches on the island, nestled in a cove and surrounded by lush pine-covered cliffs. A good distance away from the hustle and bustle of the major resorts, Puerto de San Miguel is the ideal location for those seeking tranquility and beauty in a holiday.
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CALA D’ SERRA:
is a beach in the northern part of the Spanish island of Ibiza. It is in the municipality of Sant Joan de Labritja and is 4.3 miles (6.9 km) north of the village of Sant Joan de Labritja, and 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of the beach resort of Portinatx.
The beach of Cala d’en Serra is a small horseshoe bay with a further satellite coves near by. The sandy beach has clean clear water and was once named in The Guardian newspaper, one of Europe’s best beaches. The bay is surrounded by steep cliffs.
CALA D’ ALBARCA:
Cala d’Albarca is a cove on the northern seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza. The cove is situated within the municipality Sant Antoni de Portmany
so my lovelies, aren’t you surprised as this beautiful island has so many wonderful beaches with amazing views? Am sure you are already day dreaming about Ibiza like me, so let the vacation begins *well not for me now*
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