Some 79 kilometres off the shore of the city of Valencia in Spain is found the island of Ibiza, one of three largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea.
Maps of Ibiza
Highlighting motorways, boundaries and local landmarks is the purpose of city and area maps of the island of Ibiza. Topographical mapping reveals the hills, mountains and valleys. Those visiting this resort island should carry with them a map of the entire island with detailed maps of Ibiza Town and other towns and villages around its perimeter.
Geographic Features of Ibiza’s Landscape
Balearic Sea or Iberian Sea – A part of the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic Sea runs between the Balearic Islands and the coast of Spain. Ibiza is at the south-western end across the sea from Valencia.
Beaches – Some of the shoreline is rocky and rugged, but the island does have some lovely beaches. These beaches have soft sand and shallow inlets.
Hills – Since Ibiza is the top of an underwater mountain, its surface is uneven. Many rugged hills are found on the island.
Pine Islands – Smaller islands as well as Fomentera and Ibiza are part of a group of the Balearic Islands. Whilst they are sometimes identified separately from the Balearic Islands, they are under the same autonomous community. Many pines are found on the island besides palms and other trees.
Mountains – Ibiza is part of an underwater mountain chain. The top of the mountain belongs to the rugged Ibiza Island.