Situated in the mediterranean sea, only 80km from Valencia on the Spanish coast, Ibiza is the third largest of the idilic Balearic Islands. The capital of the island is Ibiza town. The official language of the island is Catalan and Spanish. Though the island is primarily thought of as a party destination, Ibiza has much more to offer than just it’s vibrant night life. Large parts of the island are registered UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Why not sample some of the traditional mediterranean cuisine which Ibiza has to offer on your trip to this varied and exciting island.
Flying to Ibiza
Being one of the most popular holiday destinations for Brits, not surprisingly the flights Ibiza has are plentiful throughout the summer season, from April to September. The whole island comes alive with music, dance and fun for holidaymakers and locals alike.
The tourists who use the flights Ibiza has are mainly from the UK and Germany, making up over 65% of the tourist influx. This is great news for British travellers as it means so many of the flights Ibiza accommodates originate from Britain.
Top attractions in Ibiza
Ibiza is particularly famous for it’s booming night life with an array of clubs, bars and restaurants to choose from, why not dance the night away, sample a few cocktails and watch the sun set on one of Ibiza’s scenic beaches. If the part scene isn’t for you, not to worry, there is so much more to Ibiza than it’s nightlife. Some of the top attractions in Ibiza include:
- Es Vedra
- D’Alt Villa in Ibiza town
- Castle of Ibiza - it’s a steep climb, but it’s worth every second!
- Ibiza horse valley
- Church of St. agnes
- The mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine
When to go
With roughly 300 days of sunshine a year, any time is a good time to catch one of the flights Ibiza bound. The busiest time is from June to September when everything is open, the beaches are crowded, and the nightclubs sweaty! If that is the sort of holiday you are after, then go for it.
In autumn, when the flights Ibiza bound are less plentiful, the island is almost unrecognisable with empty beaches and clear roads. This is the time to meet the islanders and get to know their way of life away from tourists. Winter is mild and sunny, and the sea is still warm enough to swim in during November.
Shopping in Ibiza
Traditional gifts to look out for are ceramics, leather goods, espadrilles, and embroidery sold all over the island. If you want clothing, the Ad Lib brand is popular, a mix of plain cloth with bright colours often worn in the style of flouncy tops, low slung leather belts and wooden sandals.
Other items that might take your fancy are art by local painters, antiques, the Ibizan liqueur called frigola, or how about getting a caricature done of yourself or as a present for someone? It might not be flattering but it is all done in good taste. Remember, many shops in Eivissa stay open until midnight, giving you the chance to browse in the cool of the evening.
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