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Ibiza is with a surface of 572 km² the third biggest island in the Spanish Balearic region in the
. To the Balearic Islands belong Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza & Formentera and a lot of small little uninhabited islands. The Island Ibiza is about 90 kilometers east of the Spanish mainland. Die Balearic Islands is a separated continuation of the Andalucian mountains, which extend from Gibraltar over the Sierra Nevada. Together with the southern situated Island Formentera and several small islands, Ibiza forms the Islandgroup, the Pityuses. The official languages are Spanish and Catalan, the dialect on the island is calla Eivissenc. There are ca. 142.065 inhabitants, of which about 20 percent foreigner. The municipalities are Eivissa-town
Sant Antoni de Portmany,
Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Santa Eulària des Riu
and Sant Joan de Labritja. On this page you will find all your holidayinformation and sightseeingtips of Ibiza explained by
Eivissa-Town is for a lot of visitors the main attraction on the island. The town raises mit his 50.000 inhabitants almost steep out of the sea. Photo-addicts will love Eivissa-town, because of its numerous motives to shoot great pictures.
The portdistrict is one of the most famous meetingpoints for insiders on the island. Here you will find excentric Islanders, streetbars mixed with hippy market stalls and the yachts of the rich. Sit down on the terrace of cafe Los Valencianos´, direct in the harbor. Here you can taste great, selfmade icecream. The Vara del Rey is the pride avenue of Ibiza. On this boulevard full of Platan and Palm trees there are beautiful buildings from over 100 years old. In the evening you can enjoy a phantastic Spanish atmosphere. Directly next to it starts the barzone with unlimited cafes. After 23:00 o´clock there is much activity and liveliness on the terraces here. A must for sure to go here before Pacha, the most famous disco, opens her doors. The famous ´Mar y Sol´ and ´Montesol´-terraces are very pleasant to sit and watch all the different kinds of people passing by. ´Teatro Pereyra´, ein Jazz-café in Art-deco-style brings live-music every day.
Dalt Vila &
Dalt Vila is the district behind the great citywalls. In the year 1999 the historic oldtown of Eivissa was named as a Unesco World Heritage Site. The existing citywall is not older than 400 years, but there are remains of old constructions that go over a period of 2500 years back. Since hundreds of years these remains are used for a basis of buildering for newer generations. Also there are walls und towers that nowadays are being used as artgaleries, restaurants or bars. The oldest church on the island is on top of the hill in Dalt Vila. The Cathedral Santa María de las Nieves is also the biggest church on the Island. The oldest fundament of this church was built in 1235 en first in 1592 the consturcion was endet. Most paintings are from this time. In the times of Arabic dominance, there was a mosque here and in the Roman Empire you could find here a temple. In the sacristy there are valuable religion artifacts shown.
A visit to Eivissa-town and Dalt Vila is a visit worth your while. With our excursion ´Ibiza by Night´ you will see all the impressive and mysterious attractions during a guided walk through the city. Free time for enjoying the incredible atmosphere on one of the terraces or shopping at Eivissas interesting shops is included as well.
Sant Antoni de Portmany
For 30 years Sant Antoni de Portmany still was a small and unknown fishing-town. Nowadays the town is with 25.000 inhabitants Ibizas second largest city and the most significant Holiday region of the island. In this area there are a uncountable number of hotels, bars and restaurants. A lot of shops and boutiques make sure there is a lot to offer for everyone. In the direct surrounding of the city Sant Antoni you will find the most beautiful bays of the island, Cala Bassa, Cala Compte, Pinet Playa, Es Puet, Cala Gració, Cala Salada und Port es Torrent.
The West End is a legendary part of Sant Antoni. It covers only a few streets in the towncentre. The mainstreet is the street of the holy Agnés. In this part you can find lots of bars with different kind of musicstyles: from dance to house. The name West End goes back to the 1970´s, where a minivan brought the visitors from Es Canar in the east to Sant Antoni. This trip was called ´The West End Experience´. In the nighttime the party goes on in the big Discos in town. ´Es Paradis´ has it legendary Waterparties oder people dance till the early hours in ´Eden´, the nextdoor neighbor.
The big bay of Sant Antoni was already used by the roman people as a natural port. The name was Portus Magnus. This bay nowadays is the second biggest harbor on the island. The start of the promenade of Sant Antoni is Passeis de ses Fonts. A nice looking square with a lot of plants, for example palms and cactusplans, and big fountains, that are lightened in the nighttime. Here is the Egg of Colombus, the most famous and obvious landmark of Sant Antoni. This egg was mad by an artist in 1990 to honour Christopher Columbus. A local legend says that this famous explorer was born on Ibiza. In the hole in the middle of the egg there is a copy of the Santa Maria, Columbus´flagship.
A beloved meetingpoint in the evening is the sunset strip in Sant Antoni. Here you can drink a nice cocktail in one of the famous bars ´Café del Mar´, ´Mambo´ or ´Savannah´ while the sun sets slowly. This fenomenal view of the sun descending slowly in the bay of Sant Antoni is breathtaking. From june until September we offer you a possibility every Monday to see this beautiful gift of nature with your own eyes. With our ´Sunset & Las Dalias´-excursion there will be more than enough time to find a nice spot in one of the bars. Here you enjoy the nice beats of chilling Loungemusic, while the sun slowly makes his way down.
Sant Josep de Sa Talaia
This municipity of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia is in the southwest of Ibiza and is the third biggest municipity of the island. The name in Spanish is pronounced San José(p). About 80 kilometer of Ibizas coastline belongs to it and encloses the beautiful beaches of Ses Salinas, Cavallet, Cala d´Hort, Cala Comte and Cala Bassa. Also the airport of Ibiza and Playa d´n Bossa with his famous (hotel)clubs Ushuaïa, Hï Ibiza and Hard Rock Hotel are located in this part of the island. Because of this fact Sant Josep is by far the wealthiest municipity of Ibiza. Another reason for this is that because of these remote areas this part of the island attract a lot of stars out of the entire world. Some famous personalities that have sommer of holidayhouses in this part are Phil Collins, David Guetta and Mike Oldfield. Especially in Es Cubells you´ll find villas for the rich and famous.
Church of Sant Josep
The centre is the town with the same name and here you find homes and officebuildings, restaurants and the nicest church of Ibiza. Special about the architecture from Ibiza are the bastioned churches. Untill in the 19
century the churches were used for defensive purposes as well. The result of this situation are rural churches from extreme beauty, but build simply and stark. In these buildings is religious and military architecture combined with eachother. They are temple, in which the people got close to God and where they got fleed from the devil – the pirates. The churches surprise with the harmony and the rythme off their forms, which you also see in the Ibicencan farmhouses. With the excursion Islandtour + Hippymarkt you´ve the possibility to see the church of Sant Josep.
At this Islandtour you also visit the natural reserve of Ses Salines. This reserve streches from the south of Ibiza unto the north of Formentera. Here the salt and the saltbasins play an important role in the fascinating ecosystem. The sea takes up to 75% of the natural reserve, because of the ecological importance of the Neptune Seaweed in the sea, which also are on the World Heritage Site list. You´ll find here a big amount of waterbirds, like Flamingos, Black-winged stelts and Shelducks. Remains of old civilizations and historic traces can be found in the natural reserve as well. The beach of Ses Salinas is also a famous Meetingpoint for the stars and because of the crystal clear water and the restaurants beloved by a lot of visitors. Whenever you´re there, you´ll be sure the atmosphere is good on this extensive sandy beach with his beautiful shallow water. The quality of the water is because of the Neptune Seaweed.
Insidertips in the west
Ibizas most beautiful beaches are in the southwest of the municipalty of Sant Josep. Es Cubells, es Torrent, Ses Boques, Cala Carbó, Cala Bassa, Cala Comte & Cala d´Hort combine white beaches with turquoise water, relaxation, a complete day of sunbathing and phantastic views. Es Cubells is one of the smallest villages of the island. The centre is not more than one church and two bars. Nevertheless it is a special place because it is build on the borders of a gigantic cliff. Underneath the cliff of Es Cubells you´ll find beautiful small fishingbays.
The most famous beach is Cala D´Hort, from which you have a fascinating view over the enormous stoneisland Es Vedrà and Es Vedranell. The view of this island is one of the most memorable photos from Ibiza. The best way to discover the wonderful west of Ibiza is with our excursion: ´Vamos a la Playa´. Here you relax on the most beautiful beaches of Ibiza, enjoy the memorical view of Es Vedrà and visit the small town of Es Cubells.
Santa Eulària des Ríu
The municipality of Santa Eulária with his 36.000 inhabitants reaches out from Sant Mateu and Santa Getrudis, to Jesús and Sant Carles. Here you find typical Spanish towns, farmlands and nice relaxing beaches.
The town of Santa Eulària
With 10.000 people Santa Eulària is the third biggest town of Ibiza and lies protected on the eastsite of the island. The with trees flanked mainstreet with bars, shops and restaurants divides the city in the higher situated old town and the lower newer part of town in the harbor. Here you find modern hotels, shops and a nice promenade. The city has contained a lot from the typically Spanish charm of a small village. In the city centre, at the Plaça d’ Espanya, you find the town-hall, the last historic building from the city. In front of the town-hall there is a little square with fountains. The promenade is a threeway pedestrian zone with garden, where you can stroll on our Island tour. The most southern point on this Passeig de s´Alamera leads to the harbor of the city, from where you can follow the promenade im both ways.
Puig de Missa
In the west of the city is a hill with the name Puig de Missa. The hill is 52 meter above sea level and the top is dominated by the church. The road to the church is a serpetineroad uphill. The church was built in the year 1568, but there are stories that a chapel existed from the year 1302. From the top of the church ´Puig de Missa´ there is a remarkable view over fertile grounds in the south and mountains covered in pine trees in the north.
Hippies & markets
In the sixties the hippies discovered the wild and rural island of Ibiza. Hippies from all over Europe fled to Ibiza and had a big influence on the attitude and atmosphere that you find on the music, markets and fashion on the island nowadays. Big open-air festivals, in the style of Woodstock where the first music-events on the island and the hippies the first tourists. Nowadays there are still a lot of Ibiza-visitors that like to dress up as hippies to feel really free for the time they are on the island. There are still a few hippies living on Ibiza, but they live a quiet life in the mountains. There are more spots where hippies still meet up. At Bar Anita´s in San Carles or at one of the hippiemarkets on the island.
Close to the city of Santa Eulària there are the two biggest hippiemarkets of Ibiza. A visit to one of the hippiemarkets is an absolute must. The hippies gave the island its charm and still live from what they make and sell on the markets. A lot of excentric stuff will await you. And where else than on a lively and colorful market you will get an insight on the unconventional way of Hippylife? On Wednesday the oldest hippiemarket on the island is at ´Punta Arabi´. This market is in the program of the IbizaIlusion-excursion: ´Islandtour + Hippiemarket´. At the Islandtour on Saturday we will visit the hippymarket ´Las Dalias´ in San Carles. This market is also in the program in the evening with our excursion: ´Sunset & Las Dalias´.
Sant Joan de Labritja
With 6070 inhabitants Sant Joan is by far the smallest municipality of Ibiza. The most famous places here are San Miquel, Portinatx and the city of Sant Joan. The north is also known as the green side of the island. Here you find the biodiversity of the islands nature.
Ibiza has a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Forty percent of the island is under natural protection. Because of the Mediterranean conditions and the mild climate, a lot of typical plants of the Mediterranean region grow well and in numerous amounts. In the north you can find forests of Pinetrees. In between Fig-, Olive- and Orangetrees, grasslands and fields of flowers and wild herbs. When you are interested in the nature of Ibiza and when you want to learn more about how the Oliveoil and wine is being made on the island, we recommend you our excursion: ´Secretos de Tierra de Ibiza´. An excursion where you find out what the specialties are of the Ibicencan delicacies in combination with the Islands nature.
The northern villages
The villages Port de Sant Miguel and Portinatx are imbedded between rough mountains. These regions are perfect for walks in the beautiful green nature. The secured bays are perfect for a refreshing jump in the water. In Port the Sant Miguel you will find a stalactite cave which is worth your visit. This cave is used by pirates as a hide-out. Nowadays the cave is also opened every day for not-pirates. When afterwards you have an appetite for freshly caught fish, we recommend a visit to restaurant ´Balansat´, directly on the beach. At the bay of Cala Benirras, which lays separated in the north, it is worth to stop for a jump in the water as well. Most people come back here and stay for the entire day. Every sundayevening Benirras is the place to be for Hippies to make music and to dance until deep in the night.
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