Ibiza guide to Ibiza Spain
Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic
Islands, covering just 225 square miles (585 square km), but in recent times it has become the best known of the archipelago and a hugely popular destination for young people and its colourful and frenetic nightlife.
Ibiza has plenty to offer besides night clubs its jagged coastline contains
dozens of dreamy white sandy beaches, hidden coves and bays, villages of white-washed
houses tumbling down cliff sides, and a green, hilly interior landscape decorated
with fig and olive trees.
The island's main town is the port of Ciudad de Ibiza known as
Eivissa to the locals and Ibiza Town to the British. Located in the
south, it is the centre of the islands nightclub scene and has
a lively marina and quaint old quarter with some great restaurants.
It lies close to the beautiful beaches of Figueretes, Es Cavallet and Ses Salines. San Antonio is the main resort town of the island and is blighted with high-rise hotels and apartment blocks.
Just three miles (5km) offshore is the satellite island of Formentera,
a little haven reached by ferry, with less crowded stretches
even in the height of the sweltering summer season.
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