Ibiza is one of the Balearic islands off the eastern coast of spain. Languages are Spanish and Catalan.
Ibiza Travel Toolbox
Ibiza is known for its rather extravagant nightlife.
It's interesting to note that ancient Greek and Latin names for the islands have survived: Gymnasiae and Baleares, according to Wikipedia. "According to one account, the islands were called Gymnesiae (gymnos means naked in Greek) because its inhabitants were often nude." To this day nude bathing is practiced on the island. The beautiful people head to Playa d’en Bossa, 3km outside of Ibiza city (marked on the map), according to Forbes.
There are many fine and famous beach bars on Ibiza island. Notable among them is Sunset Ashram.
The salt pans on the south of the island date back to the 8th century BC. Sal de Ibiza is known as a fine fineshing salt.
The old town of Ibiza city (Dalt Villa) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Weather and Climate
The summer season in Ibiza begins in May with the first warm beach days. A typical mediterranean climate, Ibiza suffers very little rain in the summer. Water temperatures in August and September rise to 25-27 degrees Centigrade. Best time to go to Ibiza: May through October.
Where to Stay
Sud Ibiza Suites is the hot ticket in Ibiza city. For other options, enter "Ibiza" in the booking box below, or use the name of the city you want to stay in.