Spain Balearic Islands


Mediterranean island renowned for vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and UNESCO-listed heritage sites.

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Although boho paradise and celebrity haunt Ibiza is renowned for its nightlife, the island also prides itself on a dreamy coastline with dozens of tiny coves to explore.  You can spend your days soaking up the languor of a siesta on Ses Salines’ and/or Es Cavallet’s stunning sweeps of white sand, marvel over spaceship-like super yachts as they compete for attention in the city’s marina, or saunter along the stalls of one of the city’s many hippy markets. The island’s best-known market, Las Dalias, boasts no less than 200 stalls selling everything from feathered bikinis to bongo drums. Alternatively, have a bite to eat while listening to the Balearic Beat or have your fortune told by one of the hippy clairvoyants.  Evenings in the clubbing capital are of course reserved for hitting the super clubs and feasting your senses on big-name DJs, others’ envy-inducing dance moves, and a delicious mix of unfazed residents and debauched visitors. No tips for all-night ravers on where to go are needed here: dance-floor awesomeness is everywhere. Seek and ye shall find. 

danielleberclouw 5 years ago

Although Ibiza may be tiny in size, the most illustrious of Spain’s Balearic Islands packs a serious punch. Regularly drawing in the world’s top DJs, this sun-kissed paradise has earned the reputation of a hedonistic playground that draws in party-goers from all corners of the world. Between the legendary boat parties and pulsating superclubs (Privilege can hold up to 10,000 people at once), Ibiza offers a party experience like no other. Similar world-famous venues such as Amnesia, Ushuaïa, and Es Paradis also have all the makings for what’s sure to be an unforgettable night. In the morning, follow the night up by relaxing on some of the Mediterranean’s most gorgeous beaches and indulging in some delicious food. Don’t forget to hydrate!

braedentg 5 years ago

Ibiza is a beautiful Balearic island in Spain that is well known for its vibrant nightlife. However, it is also home to the stunning Ibiza Old Town which is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can explore narrow streets, old churches, and historic buildings that date back to the 16th century. It is a unique and wonderful place to explore for those interested in European World Heritage Sites.

seeker 1 year ago

Ibiza, a stunning Balearic Island, is an all-time gem in Forbes' Top 50 in Travel. The island is globally renowned for its breathtaking Mediterranean beaches, its lively nightlife, and sophisticated gastronomy. Ibiza is also a world-famous destination for electronic music and hosts some of the most memorable parties annually.

seeker 1 year ago

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laura_comin 3 years ago

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