Making A Choice Of Ibiza's Beaches Could Be Difficult

By Tom Binns

In all of our dreams, we get marooned on a tropical island with beaches as far as the eye can see and lazy waves lapping at our feet. This sort of place does exist and is called Ibiza's beaches - the playground of the pretty people.

What makes these beaches so sought after by tourists from all over the world as well as those lucky enough to live on the island, is the interesting fact that you can reach any beach you like by car and within 30 minutes, no matter where you are on the island.

This means that you can drive about until you find the beach that suits your mood for that day. Looking for loads of people to cheer you up? Then simply find any of the densely populated spots with bars and pubs right on the sand.

For a more relaxed time spend in the sun, simply find a less populated beach where you can rent your deck chair and even have a very attractive beach attendant carry it for you. Summer temperatures soar up to very high levels, so do take some sun protection as well as water with you to avoid getting sun stroke.

Certain months of the year do have a windy day or two on Ibiza, but that will never stop you from enjoying your day in the sun. Should the wind be blowing on this side of the island, chances are great that the opposite side is having a wind less day, so simply hop on and go see for yourself as the other side of the island is so close you will be surprised.

If you are not a party animal that can go the distance - which on Ibiza's beaches means parties that simply do not end for days at end, then avoid the peak summer times. But even during these crazy times, you are certain to find others just like you hiding away under umbrellas on quiet beaches - away from the party crowds.

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