Ibiza - An Island To Forget Your Worries

By Tom Binns

Ibiza has a well deserved reputation as being a party island but it is important to know that there is much more to the island than dancing all night long to the latest DJs. It is the closest of all the Balearic Islands to Spain and has 125 miles of coastline dotted with magnificent beaches with golden sand and crystal clear water and also many quiet small coves.

No matter what your budget, you can find accommodation to suit you. There are cheap lodgings as well as expensive hotels, resorts, and villas, spread-out throughout the island from coast to coast. The busiest time is during the months of July and August when most of the available rooms can booked out, if you plan to visit during this time it is wise to book far in advance.

Ibiza's fame skyrocketed during the'90s when the dance music scene really began to take off. Now you can find some of the best clubs and bars in Europe. Thousands of visitors both young and old enjoy the social life that is unmatched. Apart from the nightclubs there are many other attractions. You can choose to spend a leisurely few days relaxing in a rural stone cottage and exploring the numerous walks near to almond and olive groves, as well as taking time to experience the pine forests, salt lakes, and historic buildings.

Ibiza town still has a medieval charm and is the biggest and perhaps most beautiful on the island. It is full of first class restaurants, friendly bars, and a stunning cathedral.

Every here there are around three hundred days of sunshine, with only a small number of rainy days. Luckily the cool and refreshing sea breeze helps it from getting uncomfortably hot. The winters are also a great time to visit as the temperature never drops as low as most of Europe.

Whenever you choose to come you will find the pace of life to be relaxed and stress free. It is for this reason many tourists choose to make a pilgrimage here every year.

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