Out of all Balearic Islands in Spain, Ibiza is the 3rd largest. The crazy nightlife of this island has been ignited by the dance clubs that have grown famous all over the world. You must have come across names like space, Privilege, and Cream that make it worthy of its nightlife. The swinging sixties witnessed this island to be one of the favorite hippy hotspots. The island has already been noted for its unspoiled locales and magnificent scenery besides being the club capital. Amid the white sandy beaches of this island, stand the historical sites and quaint houses of its villages.
Eivisa, the capital of this island has been named a World Heritage Site with its winding roads and myriad alleys. Pacha, the oldest nightclub is located in the Sa Penya area. Nuestra Senora de las Nieves, a cathedral established in the early 13th century is also situated in Dalt Vila – the quarter with old walls.
You’re bound to come across Playa d en Bossa – a popular holiday resort, once you move past the Ibiza Town in the southern direction. It stands on the island’s largest Blue Flag beach. Apart from the Aguamar water park, you’re bound to come across Bora Bora and Space night clubs that add to the popularity of this place. Ses Salines, the salt lagoons yield a great natural site as you move southward past the Playa d en Bossa. This is a sanctuary wherein you’ll find a wide variety of birds like the Flamingoes.
By moving further north of the Ibiza Town, you’ll find Santa Eulalia the resort town. A church that was established during the 16th century creates an old backdrop for this world class destination, which has already been appreciated by honeymooners and families all over the world. Es Cana is another town that provides ground for scenic beauty in the vicinity of pine forests at a short distance from Santa Eulalia.
As you continue to drive westward within the town of San Antonio, you’re likely to come across Eden and Es Paradis, two of the main clubbing venues. Inside tiny shelters of coves, you’ll find great sandy beaches that help extend the crazy nightlife of this island. Once you reach marina, you may opt for ferries that take you to all nearby beaches. Just to keep you engaged, numerous water sports have gained popularity in San Antonio.
Portinax and Puerto San Miguel are two of the famous resort towns that provide ample opportunities to tourists that wish to explore the picturesque villages of Ibiza. Bicyclists and ramblers have made this landscape full of forests more popular. You’ll find this place as you reach the north of Ibiza.
Ibiza airport is situated at just 5 miles from the southern fringes of the main township. Regular buses ply between the most popular resorts, the centre of the town and the airport.
The warm hospitality of the Tropic Garden Aparthotel will mesmerize you beyond reasons. You may catch up with more information on the Ibiza tourism and accommodation when you try searching about the Balearic Islands online.