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Ibiza

Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza is a magical island that attracts people from every corner of the globe with its stunning scenery, its intense light and its highly glamorous, exclusive atmosphere.

Where time stands still

In the “white island” anything is possible. The huge choice of things to do by day and by night makes Ibiza one of the most cosmopolitan and glamorous towns in the Mediterranean, where numerous celebrities come out of seclusion all year round. Ibiza is one of the few places in the world where time stands still and flows at the speed one wants. Time that is yours to spend relaxing on the peaceful beaches of fine sand, enjoying an evening on a terrace with chillout music or putting on your party shoes for an Ibiza-style night out. And above all, soaking up the unique atmosphere – a mixture of beauty, glamour and elegance.

Magical coves and virgin beaches

Because both residents and visitors treat nature with respect, Ibiza has retained all its purity and charm, with virgin landscapes, over 200 kilometres of coastline and spacious beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters. From popular D'en Bossa Beach, the longest on the island with fairytale views of the Old Town (D'Alt Vila) perched on a hill, to magical, discreet coves such as Cala d'Hort and Es Pou des Lleó, the 18 kilometres of natural sands offer choices to suit every taste.

11 miles from Formentera

And Ibiza is only 11 miles from Formentera, “the last paradise in the Mediterranean”. The fact that the only way to get to Formentera is by sea, makes it a peaceful and unspoilt place. Its 20-plus kilometres of sand and its crystal-clear waters make Formentera a paradise for people whose hobby is sailing.

The “in” island

Besides sailing over to Formentera there are a huge number of leisure opportunities in Ibiza, both by day, when you can enjoy culture and gastronomy, and by night, when you can visit its world-famous discotheques and mingle with celebrities from the worlds of art, sport and politics strolling through its thronged streets. Ibiza is also a fashion destination with a great style of its own. The locally-designed Ibizan clothing, which goes by the name of "Adlib" and dates back to the heyday of the hippy movement, can be bought in street markets and shopping areas in Ibiza Town, Santa Eulària and Sant Antoni.

Infrastructures and services

The island has a wide choice of accommodation, not only in hotels but also in holiday homes, including some of the most exclusive luxury villas in the Mediterranean. It also has a full range of infrastructures: schools, sports centres, hospitals, restaurants, shops, conference facilities and function centres, along with connections to Europe's major air traffic hubs.