Ibiza Travel Guide
Internationally regarded as the Party capital of Europe, Ibiza really does have an awful lot more than its nightlife to offer. A true paradise, it is a magical island with a unique charm that combines a very modern, forward thinking attitude towards tourism with respect and tradition. Ibiza has some of the best beaches in the world and during the holiday season sun seekers flock to them in their hordes. The water is also amongst the cleanest in the Med, making it a dream come true for water-sport enthusiasts.
A favourite spot with families and those looking for a quieter holiday is Santa Eulalia. Sited on the banks of the only river in the Balearics it is Ibiza’s Gastronomic and Cultural Centre. Its most famous gathering place is Calle San Vincente or ‘Street of Restaurants’, where people come to relax, drink, eat and socialise as musicians and artists wander amongst the crowd, creating an idyllic Mediterranean scene.
As the sun goes down Ibiza City really wakes up, the spectacular Casino making the perfect figurehead for the riot of decadence below. This really is the ultimate party town, a reputation confirmed by the thousands of young and beautiful people who make the pilgrimage every year. The ultimate venue has to be Pacha. This 5000 plus capacity nightclub has been open since the early seventies and is home to the world famous Renaissance and Ministry of Sound parties. And, after a night of wild overindulgence what could be more appealing that chilling out on a sandy beach to revitalise yourself for the night ahead. Check out Cala Tarida, Portinax or Es Cana for some superb beach.
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