Also famous as the party city of Europe, Ibiza a part of Spanish Balearic Islands located in Mediterranean Sea. The island is quite a tourist destination for those looking forward to some parties and lots of beach. A holiday in Ibiza might start with party but has more to it, such as pine forests, ancient UNESCO acknowledged town, amazing village beauty and a great cuisine.
Ibiza is more of a summer destination with its beaches and nightlife being acknowledged by tourists. Following are some of the popular tourist attractions to visit when holidaying in Ibiza:
Hippy Market – Punta Arabi
This hippy market is present on the land of famous club Punta Arabi, Es Cana. The market near Santa Eulalia is held on Wednesday and offers a huge collection of goods, such as clothing, batik wraps, East-Asian ornaments and jewelry and much more. The market is also known to have some of the real hippies roaming around.
C'an Marça Caves This tourist attraction of Ibiza is surrounded with magnificent views and has temples, figures formed by stalactites and stalagmites as well as an impressive show of light and sound. The caves also have the facility of multilingual guide for all kind of tourists and visitors.
Galleria Van der Voort
Visitors and tourist when holidaying in Ibiza are often smitten by the beautiful collection of pictures and arts, coming from great artists.
Ibiza Old Town
Established around 2,500 years back, the old and ancient town of Ibiza, Dalt Vila, has been quite a tourist poleer. Visitors on a holiday in Ibiza never miss opportunity of experiencing whitewashed homes, cobblestone streets with narrow designs and all of it surrounded with beautiful harbor. The town also has shops, galleries and markets to wander and to buy some souvenir for back home.
Scenic Tour Train Popular among families holidaying in Ibiza, this is a 2 hours of ride that takes you through the stunning view of countryside.
Museum of Archeology
The museum of archaeology is situated in the old town of Ibiza and is know for its spectacular collection and Punic artifacts. Apart from artifacts of Arab, Christian and Moorish, some of the things one can not miss in this tourist attraction are the collection ranging from Punic era, prehistoric sites of Formentra and Ibiza as well as 7th-2nd century BC sanctuaries of Cuieram and Illa Plana.
When on a holiday in Ibiza you can always find leisure in following ways:
The summer island Ibiza has an amazing line of exotic beaches making it an ideal tourist destination. From parties, nightlife, nudity to lots of sand and water, the beaches of Ibiza are always crowded with youngsters. Some of the best beaches are Playa Talamanca, Santa Eulalia, Figueretas, Playa des Cana, Cala Llonga and Cala Lena.
The waterline of Ibiza is also loaded with amazing water sports, snorkeling and diving. The island of Ibiza also has great sports facility and amazing Golf and Go-karting courses too. For those who need something more to take back from apart from the fun and excitement, try out the shopping experience in Ibiza.
Best time to visit or holiday in Ibiza
The best time to visit or holiday in Ibiza is the summer time, usually the island is crowded with tourists and visitors in the sunny, hot and humid months from may to October.