Also called Eivissa, the island of Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands off the eastern coast of Spain near the city of Valencia. Ibiza is known as a party island with large nightclubs, but the island has much more to offer. The island has beaches, secluded and popular. It has fabulous restaurants and shops as well as natural areas and a historic Old Town. Here are five top Ibiza attractions:
Boat hires for hourly, half-day and longer cruises are available at reasonable prices. Tours explore the coastal waters and stop at hidden beaches and local restaurants off the beaten track.
This stunning beach with a fun atmosphere is the place for inexpensive water sports, long walks, and beach-side restaurants. Peddlers bargain their refreshments.
Castle of Ibiza
On a mountaintop right on the coast, the Castle is part of Old Town Ibiza Town. The fortified castle provided safety for the town for years. Inside, the castle has beautiful architecture and narrow streets with charming cafes and lovely curio shops.
Experienced scuba divers know the best diving spots around the island, guiding their guests to amazing deep sea treasures. They will assist beginners, teaching them the essence of the sport.
These huge rock landmarks jutting off the coast of Ibiza are stunning, especially at sunset. While the area on the shore might be crowded, the view is not. People can walk about the beach and surroundings or boat closer to Es Vedra.