Isla Murada. San Miguel de Balansat
Dalt Vila. Eivissa
Discoteca en Ibiza
In Ibiza, one of the Balearic Islands, nature, culture and fun galore await you by day and by night. Its beaches and coves compete in beauty with the landscapes of its inland areas. Come and discover this holiday destination, designated World Heritage by UNESCO, and get carried away by its special magic.
Ibiza barely reaches 40 kilometres from one end to the other. It is an idyllic island with crystal clear waters, ideal for a swim at any time, peaceful, rural landscapes, mild temperatures and bright sunshine almost all year round.
This island in the Balearics has 210 kilometres of coastline. You can choose between tiny coves, broad beaches of fine sand, or areas of dunes. Ibiza is, however, much more than sun and sand. Inland you will find places well worth discovering.
Many different civilisations have passed through Ibiza over the ages. The island has the UNESCO World Heritage designation for its cultural wealth, including the outstanding Phoenician site at Sa Caleta, the necropolis at Puig des Molins, and the historic old town of Eivissa, Dalt Vila.
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 kilometres from Eivissa, with scheduled flights to the other Balearic Islands, the Spanish mainland and a range of European capitals.