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*Party all night at Ibiza's legendary clubs such as Pacha, Privilege and Space
*Sun yourself on Ibiza's many beaches, swim, windsurf, parasail, kayak.
*Explore the steep cobbled lanes of D'Alt Vila, Ibiza's historic Old Town
*Take the back roads to Ibiza's villages to check out their medieval churches

Attractions and sights

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  • Dalt Vila

    Dalt Vila
    Looming over Ibiza Town's dazzling natural harbor, Dalt Vila or Upper Town is a maze of whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled lanes, clustered on a hill behind mighty defensive walls and topped with the large Gothic Catedral de la Verge de les Neus, its origins dating back to the 13th century.
    Dalt Vila
  • Formentera island

    Formentera island
    Renowned in Europe for its pristine white beaches, the island of Formentera - the smallest of the four main Balearic islands - is easily reachable from Ibiza by frequent ferry. Formentera's compact size means that it's easily explored by moped or bicycle and nude sunbathing is allowed on most of its beaches, allowing you to get a complete tan.
    Formentera island
  • Pacha nightclub

    Pacha nightclub
    Pacha is Ibiza’s oldest club, dating back to 1973, and can squeeze in over 3,000 revelers. Its legendary weekly parties include F*ck Me I'm Famous and Flower Power, its decor is glamorous and it attracts world-famous DJs such as David Guetta and Erick Morillo.
    Pacha nightclub
  • Es Paradis nightclub

    Es Paradis nightclub
    On an island known for extravagant parties, pyramid-shaped Es Paradis trumps them all with their iconic Fiesta del Agua - the Friday night Water Party that entails flooding the dance floor and using the biggest foam machine in Europe to cover the clubbers head to foot in foam
    Es Paradis nightclub
  • Església de Puig de Missa

    Església de Puig de Missa
    Located in the town of Santa Eulària des Riu, this imposing hilltop church-cum-fortress was built in 1568 and is dedicated to Saint Eulalia. Its pillars and rounded arches are reminiscent of the Moorish style of architecture dominant in Andalucia.
    Església de Puig de Missa
  • Ses Salines National Park

    Ses Salines National Park
    Encompassing the southern part of Ibiza and the northern part of the island of Formentera, Ses Salinas National Park includes one of Ibiza's best beaches - Las Salinas, a wide crescent of white sand - as well as salt lakes and rocky coastlines that are home to flamingos, plovers and the Balearic shearwater, as well as numerous species of plant.
    Ses Salines National Park
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    More attractions and sights

    * Phoenician ruins at Sa Caleta - where you can see the outlines of streets and a small square, dating back to 650 BC.
    * Ses Feixes Wetlands -- a great variety of fauna and flora: rare bats, reptiles, and numerous migratory birds
    *Lively bars and restaurants around the port area of Ibiza Town - good places to feast on local dishes such as arròs a la marinera (seafood rice), and bollit de peix (hearty fish stew)
    * Sant Antoni de Portmany - Ibiza's main party town, where many of the megaclubs are located and famous for its pre-gig Ibiza Rocks the Boat party cruises
    * Es Vedrà, an uninhabited rocky island off the southwest coast of Ibiza, is home to the endangered Eleanora's Falcon and a favorite spot for watching stupendous sunsets.
    *Beaches - from secluded coves to stretches of white sand; best ones include Cala Compte, Cala Xarraca, Cala de Sant Vicente and S'Arenal Gros.
    *Luxurious retreats such as the agro-tourism haven of Can Curreu and the 300-year-old finca (rural estate) of Atzaró
    * Atlantis - a former quarry that looks like an underwater city.

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    The clubbing season is between mid-June and end of September, with August the busiest month. The summer is also the hottest and most touristy time of year; the best time to enjoy other attractions is May and September.

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