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Besides being the clubbing capital of the world, Ibiza also has an amazing natural beauty, a superb climate and a World Heritage site. Whether you want to lose yourself to the music of the world’s best DJs in Ibiza’s unmatched party scene or if you want to enjoy the astounding clear sea, warm sun, attractive coves and eventful beaches – or a bit of everything – you have certainly come to the right place. Part of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is a jewel in the Mediterranean Sea. You can explore the blissfulness of the island by day, party by night – all night – and then relax on one of the many divine beaches. Alternatively, you can party twenty-four-seven.
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Do and see
Ibiza is more than just bars and beach life. Take a day to explore the island by bike or car, stroll among the narrow streets of Dalt Vila and pick up a real bargain at the Hippie market. This is a lovely holiday destination!
Cova de Can Marça
Enjoy the breathtaking views of the sea as you descend into the prehistoric and concealed cave system once used by tobacco and liquor smugglers. Stalagmites and stalactites decorate the cave and at the centre there’s a 9 meter high water cascade. Tours take place every hour from 10.30 until sunset every day all year. The caves are just to the right of the Port de Sant Miquel beach, Sant Miquel.
Dalt Vila
The Dalt Vila (old town) walls have been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO and was built in the 16th century as a defence against attackers. The narrow and cobbled streets are well-preserved and magnificent views await on the top of the castle complex as well as by the Santa María Cathedral - the crown of the Dalt Vila. The outstanding gateway Portal de ses Taules can be found in the north wall. It is definitely worth a visit as it is a small town in itself.
Es Canar Hippy Market
This enormous market offers a great choice of clothing and jewellery at low prices. If you look closely, you can still spot some of the original hippies who started the market in the 1960's.
Exploring The Island
If you feel like exploring the island through the pine-wooded hills to distant and secluded coves, you can rent cars, mopeds and bicycles at reasonable prices almost everywhere on the island.
Formentera Island
This amazing island neighbouring Ibiza, has unspoiled beaches with crystal clear blue water. From the small port of La Savina, there are buses to other parts of the island, or you can hire a car, moped or bicycle from one of the nearby shops. You can grab a map from the port’s tourist office. Sights of interest include a 4 000-year-old Ca Na Costa sepulture - the islands natural beauty, the Es Mirador restaurant and the beaches of Cala Saona, Illettes and Llevant.
Museu d'Art Contemporani
International artists connected with Ibiza are in display in this small gallery. The museum organises several exhibitions throughout the year.
Museo y Necropolis del Puig des Molins
The Museu de Arqueologia is attached to this ancient Carthage burial site thought to contain over 4,000 graves. The archaeological museum gives a good picture of life on Ibiza a couple of thousand years ago.
Sa Penya
Between the Dalt Vila and the Port of Ibiza lies the area of Sa Penya. A former fisherman's quarter, the small cosy streets now sizzle with life in the summer as the busiest bars, restaurants and shops are here. Don’t miss the nightly club parades when drag queens and musicians hand out fliers for the evening’s parties.
Ibiza - Airport
Ibiza Airport lies 7,5 km from Ibiza Town. Bus: Line 10 takes passengers to and from Ibiza Town in 30 minutes. It leaves every hour from 7 am to 11.20 pm. Taxi: Takes around 20 minutes to the centre of Ibiza Town. Taxis for persons with special needs are also available either at the taxi stop or by calling +34 971 800 080. Car hire: Enterprises rent-a-car www.enterprise.es Avis, Betacar Ibiza, Centauro, Hertz and Tui cars all have offices at the airport located on the arrivals level. On the arrivals level, you can also find an airport information desk, a tourist- and a post office.
Public Transport
Ibiza has a decent bus service that will take you around the island. Regular bus services are working all year, while night busses and the Discobus between Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni are in service from May until September. All buses run from/to Avgda d’Isidor Macabich in Ibiza Town and bus stops are signed with a blue "P" on a white background. There’s a waterbus service from Ibiza harbour to other beaches on the island. You can also take it to go across the harbour (to the El Divino club and Marina Botafoch).
It is usually easy to find a taxi in Ibiza. Additional charges are made for airport and seaport pickup/delivery, phone booking, dogs, luggage and waiting time. Rario Taxi Eivissa +34 971 39 84 83 www.taxi-eivissa.com Radio Taxi San Antonio +34 971 34 37 64 Taxi Stop Santa Eulalia +34 971 333 033 Ibiza Taxi +34 665 43 26 76 www.ibizataxi.co.uk
The Spanish post service is named Correos. You can get stamps at the post office or at the tobacconist (estanco). Correos Ibiza Town
For a 24-hour pharmacy, go to the nearest pharmacy and look at the rotation schedule with addresses printed on the door. Many of them are located in Ibiza Town.
Country code Spain: +34 Area code: 0971
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