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Ibiza, or the white isle as it is commonly known, has long been thought of as the party capital of the world. Some of the best DJs on the planet flock there in the summer months to play to thousands of music-hungry dance fans, while families head to the gorgeous beaches for a week of sunshine and relaxing.
Things to do
The sea around Ibiza is great for diving and the sunshine makes it an enjoyable summertime activity. The coastline stretches for over 200 kilometres meaning there is prime opportunity to get in touch with the marine life. You can take a diving course or a guided tour that will show you the sea beds around the island.
If you want a taste of the party life, you'll be in the right place. Some of the most famous clubs in the world can be found in Ibiza, dotted all over the island. If you want to visit them all, get yourself a hire car and pick a designated driver for the night. You can get a taxi but it could cost you a small fortune by the end of the week. Amnesia, Eden and Space are some of the biggest, along with Ushuaia, Pacha and DC10. You'll find them in San Antonio and Playa d'en Bossa along with other places.
You'll find various shopping centres around the island, offering different fashions and styles. Look out for the unique fancy dress shops targeted at the clubbers who go all-out on the dedicated themed nights.
The scenery in Ibiza is stunning so expect long, winding coastal roads with some spectacular views. Churches and monuments can be found all over Ibiza so take a day trip out to one of them and embrace the local history. There are also a range of excursions you can book yourself onto if you want to see a bit more of the area. Kayaking is a popular activity, along with quad biking if you're feeling adventurous.
Many of the smaller towns have local festivals that are well worth a visit. The patron saint festivities are held in various places all year round and is a great way to meet the locals and try out some of the cuisine. The food in Ibiza has a Mediterranean slant and one of the most common products found on the island are flaons. These are usually sweet pastries and tend to be filled with some sort of a cheese. Ibizan paella and fish hotpot are also local dishes worth trying.
You'll find a wide choice of spas that you might want to visit while in Ibiza. Couples who come on honeymoon may find this prospect particularly tempting. The Atzaro Spa can be found tucked away amongst orange groves with treatment temples ready to relax you. Facials, massages and yoga are all available in the spa, allowing you to unwind and relax for a few hours before getting back out to explore the landscape and do a bit of hiking.