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Advantages and features of a beach holiday in Ibiza
The total length of the beaches is 18 km. The coastal landscape is adorned with massive cliffs and a narrow coastline.
The island is dominated by a mild Mediterranean climate, where there is no intense heat. This is due to the constant movement of sea air masses, which soften the atmosphere. The average temperature in winter is +15 degrees, and in summer +30.
The northern part of the island has secured the status of a secluded vacation spot. Lovers gather here to spend time in complete solitude with nature, for example, on the quiet beach of Cala de Portinatx. Or, to take a break from the frantic rhythm of club life is recommended in the place Cala de Sant Vincent, which is protected from gusts of wind and strong currents by a picturesque bay.
The eastern part is ideal for a family vacation. The south of the island was chosen by lovers of club life. Here you can taste a variety of local drinks in the popular bars Aigues Blanques and Jockey Club. The largest concentration of nightclubs and other entertainment venues can be found along the coastline of Platja d'en Bossa. But the territory of Platja Ses Salines was to the taste of a large number of celebrities. Gambling enthusiasts will find the only casino on the island, located near the Platja de Talamanca beach.
The west of the island offers an opportunity for lovers of water sports to relax, for example, this is the Cala Bassa zone. Cala d'Hort is known for its view of the stunning Es Verda rock, shaped like an alien base. But you can get to the quiet harbor of Cala Salada only by car or bicycle, but the journey is worth the effort.
Ibiza is a paradise where there is no place for everyday routine
In between active holidays, guides recommend visiting local attractions, of which there are many.
For example, these are the ruins of the ancient Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, which were found on the southern coast of the island. As historians suggest, it was this place that became the cradle of the Phoenician civilization. Sa Caleta is the only surviving evidence of the colonization of the most ancient settlers from the territory of the island of Iberia.
The historical island part of Dalt Vila is lined with cobblestone pavements and built up with Gothic buildings. This color is diluted with small houses with colored shutters and tiny balconies. It is dominated by a calm unhurried atmosphere and inexpensive delicious food. Local residents will delight tourists with their cordiality and hospitality.
Also recommended for visiting is the white-stone fortress Puig de Missa, built in 1568, in the town of Santa Eulalia del Rio. Previously, this building, unique in its architecture, performed the protective function of the population from pirate raids.
Do not forget about the most famous flea market, which is located in San Carlos.
Here are handmade items, incense, a variety of musical instruments and much more. The market is open even at night. It also hosts various musical events for tourists of all ages.
Of the natural attractions, the Cova de Can Marca cave can be noted. Its peculiarity is the cool atmosphere of the underground space, bizarre arrays of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as amazing waterfalls. And all this is complemented by an unusual light and music show.
And to remember the true Spanish spirit, filled with regularity, it is worth visiting a small restaurant located in an amazing place - on top of a cliff in Santa Agnes. Here you can enjoy the stunning seascape, standing on the observation deck, as well as indulge yourself with excellent cuisine.