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The Island

The third largest and most westerly of the Balearic islands, Ibiza is famous not only for its extravagant nightlife, but also for its beautiful Mediterranean beaches, towering cliffs and spectacular sunsets. With hot summers and mild Mediterranean winters, Ibiza is a year round destination for clubbers, families, or those simply seeking to relax in beautiful Mediterranean surroundings.

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The Place

Ibiza is the most hilly of the Balearic islands, with a dramatic rocky coastline and some of the most beautiful sandy beaches of the Mediterranean. Away from the bustle of the main tourist resorts on the coast, Ibiza is an island of quaint little villages with white-washed houses set amongst terraces of almond trees and olive groves. Away from the coastal developments, many old farmhouses have been converted into holiday villas, which has helped to preserve the unspoilt nature of the interior of the island. In spite of its popularity as a tourist destination, Ibiza Town has managed to retain much of its ancient charm and character, particularly the Old Town area with its lively harbour, narrow cobbled streets and whitewashed houses.

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Nightlife

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Ibiza is known as the party capital of Europe, and with good reason. Ibiza Town and San Antonio host the world famous Pasha, Space and Amnesia where the party starts at midnight and continues until dawn. For a less frantic pace, Ibiza Old Town guarantees evenings with a more typical Mediterranean feel. Tiny bars and fantastic restaurants overlook the bustling harbour, where evenings are spent wandering the cobbled streets and soaking up the unique Ibizan atmosphere.