The island of Ibiza is situated inside the Balearic Islands some 60 miles from the Eastern coast Spanish city of Valencia.
A great holiday island, Ibiza comes up trumps every time for holiday rentals people wanting a reasonably priced sunlight split, within a couple of hours flight from the UK.
Whatever reason you see Ibiza, be certain to tour across the island’s coastline. You’ll learn much about the islands history by visiting a variety of villages, their own churches and monuments, and small beach markets. Explore several deserted coves and drift from amazing beaches along the south coast, near escubells and Sa Cana nearby the regional salt-flats.
Along the western shores, the beaches mostly contain white sand round the pretty areas of Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida, where you’ll enjoy lazing in the warm crystal blue waters, shining in the Mediterranean sunshine. Around this area and neighboring Cala Bassa, is where you can find magnificent holiday homes and luxury villas of all sizes, often saved from view but in wonderful places and mutually treasured by their owners.hi ibiza
Comparatively inland are a number of quaint or pretty Ibizan villages, where traditional customs and dress codes are still observed by a few the regional residents. Travelling northwards you will soon reach the favorite hotel of Portinatx with lots of attractions and a great beach too. Do see the local port of San Miguel or Cala San Vicente where you should have some magnificent perspectives towards Palma in Majorca.
Crossing across the island in San Antonio into the eastern coast, the resorts of Talamanca, Playa d’en Bossa, Cala Llonga and Santa Eulalia have traditionally played host to a number of the holidaymakers who have seen Ibiza since the early sixties. The shores are wider and ideally cater to groups and party life.
For a complete change in scenery, simply take the ferry for a tour from the unspoilt neighbouring island of Formentera, with its pristine beaches and tranquil blue seas its idyllic setting and gives the best in calmness and comfort. If you would like to venture additional afield, then there are regular boat trips from San Antonio to the western mainland port of Denia, at the start of Costa Blanca. The old port town of Denia includes a sunken castle to research and a great deal of interesting shops and pleasant restaurants. There is an impressive harbour and marina that’s lined with a sensational variety of yachts and power boats of impressively understated wealth, but its an adorable sight to roam along and scrutinize!