Ibiza is known for its festivals in the summer but it is actually much more than that. We are facing a real natural paradise with pristine beaches, stunning coves and enviable natural areas. An ideal vacation spot with high quality accommodation.
The island is part of the Balearic set, along with Mallorca, Menorca, Formentera and Cabrera. It covers an area of 572 km2, including the 140,964 spread people living in Ibiza. Its most attractive part is the 210 km of coastline, bathed by its large and spectacular beaches and the beauty of its coves. And although they are not everything, there is a lot of tourism derived from the spectacular world famous parties and nightclubs, full with celebrities, luxury and fun. They will become your rest period on a charming holiday. Yes, all of this is far from the main accommodation in Ibiza.
Cala Salada and Cala Saladeta: Surrounded by a lush, green environment, they are the most visited beaches in Ibiza. They consist of golden sands and crystal waters with blue highlights. Cala Saladeta is somewhat quieter than the Salada. Both communicate via a path and have a length of approximate 80 meters.
Cala Conta: Throughout its 600 meters long, extend intense turquoise color waters and fine and pearly sand. The landscape and views become the favorite of many tourists and residents of San Antonio.
Playa de Las Salinas is located within Parque Natural de Ses Salines. It is famous for hosting numerous celebrities and public figures each year. It is a beach 1,000 meters long, consisting of fine sand and crystal and turquoise waters that do not cover more than the knee. It is common for tourists to stumble with food or beachwear vendors.
Playa d'en Bossa: Formed by fine sand and calm waters, extends over 2,700 meters above the Mediterranean coast. It is known for the surrounding environment where the disco Bora Bora is located. This is why it is the beach that never sleeps.
Typical dishes that you cannot fail to try while vacationing in
Ibiza are Borrida Rajada, the Sofrit Pagés, Tonyina a l'eivissenca, Guisat of peix, peix sec, Bull d'anfós, Ibizan lobster, orelletes and arroz de matanzas. Among the drinks it is very common to take a shot of Ibizan herbs.
Throughout the year Ibiza enjoys good weather, which is typical of the Mediterranean temperatures. Winter on this island is mild with moderate temperatures and lack of rain or frost. The coldest months are between December and March, when the island may drop to 8 degrees while maintaining a maximum temperature of 16 degrees.
If you decide to spend your holiday in Ibiza in the summer, you should know that this time is usually warm. Average temperatures of these months exceed 30 ° C, ideal for bathing in the clear waters of the beaches of this island. Once in Ibiza, many tourists get informed at the Tourist Office for a closer look of what awaits them ahead. They head to Ctra. Ibiza-Aeropuerto 0 or call the phone 971-80-99-11. Ibiza has bus service, both day and night, as well as taxis. Another option is to rent a car during the stay.
One of the most exciting things to do with kids is to make an excursion to Cuevas de Can Marcá. They are caves of more than 100,000 years, which were used as a hideout by smugglers to keep their goods. Children feel they are in a real movie.
Las Dalias is a well-known place in Ibiza characterized by the magic it transmits. Flea markets, dinners and all kind of performances are organized. In addition, once every two weeks is held the Day of the Child.
Árbol de las Risas is a children's playroom littered with books, toys cooking, reading, theater music and psychomotor skills workshops. They also organize camps during school holidays.
Parque Natural Ses Salines, a natural area protected by its ecological, historical, cultural and landscape values. It has 2,838 hectares and extends from Ibiza to the town of San José, southeast of the island. Inside hosts a representation of diverse ecosystems, characteristic of Ibiza island, highlighting the ecosystem of the marshes.
Ibiza is an island that is separated from the rest of the Iberian Peninsula for the ocean. To give us an idea it is about 470 km from the Spanish capital.
To access it you need to catch a flight, from any Spanish airport, or take a boat that departs from one of the Spanish coastal cities. With this second option it is possible to move your own vehicle to the island and use it during your holiday.
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