Ibiza, an island famous for our Spanish territory. Belonging to the Balearic Islands has a population of 125,053 inhabitants and is one of the most visited islands.
The island has an airport, Ibiza Airport, located about 7 kilometers southwest of the capital the same name. One of the most Spanish airports recorded passenger flows, with international flights to other islands of the Balearic archipelago or the Peninsula. Another alternative to get to Ibiza, especially if you access it from other islands is by boat, as it has 3 major ports: the port of Ibiza, the port of Sant Antoni and the port of Santa Eulalia. The first two are the most used with vessels from Valencia, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca.
How do I move?
The most common is moving bus, as the island has a network of buses that take you from one end to another. Another way to get around is by taxi, although it is highly recommended if you’re making more than one trip. You can also rent a car to make travel as you wish.
Where to Stay
The island offers a wide range of places to stay, from hotels, hostels and campsites to apartments.
What to see?
• Ibiza capital: this fantastic city not only gives the clubs, offering numerous monuments that we visited. Include: the Gothic cathedral and Baroque, Renaissance walls of the sixteenth century, the Archaeological Museum with prehistoric remains and Museum Island in the necropolis of Puig des Molins, which is located on the Phoenician and Punic necropolis of the city.
• Santa Eulalia is located north of the city of Ibiza is a very appealing town as it offers magnificent beaches. Furthermore, it is also worth seeing the church of Puig d’en Valls Puig de Missa, Barrau Museum and the Ethnological Museum.
• Sant Joan: it has wonderful beaches and views, as the bay of San Vicente de Portinatx or we can also visit the cave des Cuieram, which is an authentic relic of history dedicated to the goddess Tanit.
• Sant Antoni de Portmany: In this county we find the church of Sant Jordi, Sant Francesc de s’Estany, towers des Carregador, the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta (Historical Heritage of Mankind) and the Tower Pirate, among other sights.
• Clubs: Ibiza is the island of discos for excellence. In it we can dance and enjoy the night in clubs like: Amnesia (in Sant Antoni de Portmany), Discobus, Eden (in San Antonio Abad), El Divino (Ibiza), Es Paradis Terrestrial (Sant Antoni de Portmany) Privilege (Sant Antoni), Space (in Sant Antoni de Portmany), but the most famous is undoubtedly on the seafront at Pacha Ibiza. Moreover, the capital also has a famous casino.
• Beaches: impressive because of its crystalline waters and fine sand. The area most beaches and coves offer us are Sant Joan and Santa Eulalia. The area also offers beautiful Ibiza waters although it is crowded, especially in summer.
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