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Ibiza, more than just a fashionable destination

IIbiza is an island that belongs to the Balearic Islands, and it’s known all over the world for its famous clubs and for being an ideal place to spend a holiday full of crazy, wild parties. Apart from this, Ibiza is known as a fashionable destination, but we think it’s got a lot more to it than that. If you look further, the island opens up before your eyes and shows its beauty in every hidden corner, and many values it for this fact more than its atmosphere of unlimited partying.

Would you like to get to know this beautiful island seemingly straight from paradise?

An island bathed by the Mediterranean Sea with an area of 572 square kilometers and a little over 140,000 inhabitants, Ibiza is part of the Balearic Islands together with Menorca, Mallorca, and Formentera. It’s known for the beauty of its crystal-clear water, its rich nature and a tranquil way of life that will captivate you.

The photos we’ll show you in the following will give you an idea of all that the island has to offer you. This is an island filled with beautiful beaches with golden sand, marvelous sunrises, idyllic sunsets, dizzying cliffs and moments beyond partying that will help you disconnect to start reconnecting with yourself.

Many may be unaware of this fact, but Ibiza also offers plenty of cultural activities and is dotted with charming, instagrammable villages that can be visited in summer as well as other parts of the year. Some of our favorite little villages are: Santa Eulalia del Río, Es Cubells, Sant Miquel de Balasant, Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, and Sant Carles de Peralta. Come and discover them, take a silent stroll through them all and find out what we’re talking about.

You can also enjoy all kinds of sports here, such as outside yoga, biking routes, beach volleyball, water-sports such as surfing and diving, and other activities that will let you discover the island from a completely different point of view.

One of the things we like the most about Ibiza is the variety of wonderful shops and bohemian markets where you can find a bit of everything: clothes, jewellery, decorations, hidden treasures – in short, an assortment of wonders we’re sure you’ll fall in love with.

If you’re a fan of tasty food, much like ourselves, you can try an infinite number of restaurants with flavours from all over the world. Restaurants spanning from pure Mediterranean, Greek and Italian to more exotic choices such as as Indian, Japanese and Brazilian. Soon we’ll offer you a free guide to download, making sure your tastebuds will be more than satisfied.

So, now that we’ve given you all these ideas, surely you can understand why we’re saying that Ibiza is so much more than just a fashionable destination?

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