All around Ibiza

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All around Ibiza Reviews

vipultibrewalaa vipultib…
7 reviews
Ibiza May 03, 2013
For a small island Ibiza has plenty to show you on your holiday; beautiful beaches, enchanting countryside, history and culture.

In land you will find beautiful white washed villages, each with their own ancient church. Explore the narrow lanes, browse the local shops and then, perhaps, enjoy a lazy lunch on a shady terrace.

A visit to one of the famous Hippy Markets is a must. At the markets you have an enormous variety to choose from: the most exotic batik wraps and clothing to tailor-made leather moccasins and a tantalising variety of East Asian silver jewellery and trinkets. If you look around you can still find some of the original hippies, although most of them have grey hair by now!

As the day cools down the long Ibizan night warms up. In town, most of the action is located in the narrow streets of the old quarter. It's here where the onset of evening witnesses a startling transformation as Ibiza's extraordinary nocturnal fauna begins to stir. 'See and be seen' is the rule of the night as Ibiza's beautiful people emerge to rub shoulder pads with transvestites, the likes of which you've never seen before, ticket touts atop stilts and throngs of partygoers.
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PhilieB PhilieB
3 reviews
Pick the right coast Jun 10, 2011
If you stay in Ibiza, stay on the City side. It's nicer, you got the nightly summer club parade, good beaches, and no drunk British kids. The only good thing about the San Antonio side is the Cafe Del Mar area. Definitely work a trip.

Take my advise. You'll see why.
S-Jay S-Jay
44 reviews
Jun 21, 2007

To party hard? Well, you dont have to! You can relax in a restraunt by the sea front? Take a walk to the local market? Go to the local beach and get a tan (with lots of suncream)?

On my visit, Ibiza actually had a monsoon for a day and night! What an experiance! The heavens opened but that didnt stop, thunder & lighting. It didnt stop the locals or the tourists, people stayed in the beach, in the pools and enjoyed the cooling moment!

The local people - friendly, eager to help & communactive with ease!

The local markets can provide you with spanish food, clothing, pottery and home made bits & bobs that would be nice as a gift

The night life, could also be quiet.... A little local restraunt with candles sets a nice atmospher!

The night clubs, not so quiet! BUT alot of fun! Especially if you like a dance!

During the day for the more younger generation are booze crusies, a boat trip around the Island with flowing Sangria or another local drink or if thats not to your taste theres a small bar aboard to buy whatever drink takes your taste buds! The boats stop at various points and allow the passangers to dive off and swim in the clear blue ocean allowing those to get clear headed but also allowing people to see the marine life so clearly visable to ones eye

For the older generation (however young ones went... i did) there are sight seeing boat tours around the island to show you old piarte caverns and the rich and famous houses of people like the Beckams and Rod Stewert! Again, passangers are supplied with drinks, alcholic or non! Which ever you prefer!

The cost....... local markets very cheap... local shops... depends were you go and what you want?
Clear blue waters
Habour with local bars/cafes
The monsoon
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