Ibiza Spain, Balearic Islands

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Ibiza Spain, Balearic Islands

Ibiza Spain is one of the most popular places to party in the Balearic Islands. It's a tiny island lying 90 kms of the east coast of Spain. It forms part of the Balearic Islands along with Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera.

The island itself is only 45 kms wide and 25 kms long, and is well known for having spectacular beaches. It also has some of the best nightclubs in the world. Here in this page, you will be able to find all kinds of information on the island to make the most of your Ibiza holiday: accommodation pages, nice hotels to stay in, information on beaches, etc.

The Balearics are very popular tourist destinations for travellers from both mainland Spain and the rest of Europe. Formentera is just of the south coast of Ibiza. It’s only a short ferry ride away. The Island itself is a magical paradise with stunning beaches and crystal clear waters. Hippies and free spirits come from all over the globe to chill out and enjoy the alternative lifestyle.

The summer here seems endless. It officially runs from the 1st of May till the 31st of October, but in winter we get bright sunny days most of the time as well. From June to September, there is hardly any rainfall. In August and September the temperature rises well above 30 degrees Celsius. The water temperature is normally between 25 and 27 degrees - perfect for water sports.

From November to April, the temperature is normally around 15 degrees. Although, when the sun comes out the temperatures can rise up to around 25 degrees.

After two decades as the international club capital of the world, Ibiza is fast maturing into a year-round luxury destination. It’s not just about raved up masses and high-rise hotels anymore.

Nowadays Ibiza is all about chilling out in stylish mountain retreats and exploring the amazing landscapes and scenery. Ibiza now has enough adventure, luxury and style to rival any of Europe’s top class destinations. The island has everything. It’s a brilliant mixture of culture, landscape, beaches and nightlife.

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