Ibiza and party – they belong together like pot and lid. This does not mean, however, that the island is only something for young and young-at-heart tourists who like to go to one of the many discos or clubs in the evening. The island, which belongs to the Balearic Islands, also offers many beautiful areas, where it is much quieter.
No matter with what intention you start your Ibiza vacation, you can look forward to sunny days. The climate on Ibiza promises temperatures of 22 to 29 degrees Celsius, especially during the main tourist season. The sun shines up to five hours a day even in winter. In the months of May to August there are more than ten hours of sunshine every day. And the water is also pleasantly warm at this time of year with temperatures ranging from 13 to 25 degrees Celsius. You should expect rain on the Balearic island especially in the period from October to January, although the Ibiza climate statistics even for this time shows a maximum of seven rainy days.
This means that sun worshippers in particular will feel at home in Ibiza. The choice for them is a series of larger and smaller places, sometimes more and sometimes less marked by mass tourism.
The capital of the Balearic island is considered exciting and extravagant. It also has a number of sights, such as the defensive walls and the entire old town, which have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. Here and in the waterfront, it's worth strolling through the narrow streets. However, you will not find many hotels in Ibiza Town. Tourists are more drawn to the island's beaches.
20 minutes it takes from Ibiza Town to San Antonio. The city is famous for the sunsets and attracts especially young people, who can really let off steam in the nightlife. During the day you can relax on the beaches, which can be reached on foot or by ferry. The place is also interesting for families.
Palm tree promenade, wide sandy beaches and a touch of exclusivity characterize the place Santa Eulabia in Ibiza. This is a place for those who don't like parties and wild nightlife, but prefer a quiet atmosphere. Gastronomically and culturally, Santa Eulabia has much to offer, including excellent restaurants, the marina and a number of galleries. The hotels are considered excellent.
This small resort has only in recent years really become a vacation paradise with all the amenities for tourists. Surrounded by hills covered with pine trees, the town has a beautiful bay. The beach is wide, with fine sand and shallow waters, ideal for families with children. In the last 30 years, the infrastructure has been created, with hotels, stores and restaurants.
For those who like to party, here are some of the discos in Ibiza:
Privilege: The Privilege is one of the largest discos in the world. It is located near San Rafael and is used in the summer by up to 10.000 partygoers a day populated.
Space: Near Ibiza Town is the Space. It is one of the better known establishments of its kind on the island and was opened in the 80s.
Amnesia: Also near San Rafael you can find the Amnesia. Stars such as Bob Marley and Madonna have played here. Space for about 5000 guests.
Pacha: Pacha is not only in Ibiza, but in many cities around the world. By the way, on the Balearic Island the club is open all year round.