Ibiza
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Justly famous for its sizzling clubs and bars, the Balearic island of Ibiza has plenty to offer by day as well as by night. You’ll find sun-soaked beaches, spectacular scenery, shady pinewoods, olive groves and historical monuments so important they qualify for UNESCO World Heritage status. Come for the nightlife, the beaches, the natural beauty, the history or a mix of all four. You won’t be disappointed!

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Best time to visit
For the best of the weather, head to Ibiza between May and October. It's when temperatures are usually in the high 70's to 80's. It's also when the party crowds head to dance on their holidays. November to April is classed as low season when the island is quieter.
Getting around
There are several ways to travel around the island. Hiring a car is the easiest way to explore, and there are local bus services that will take you to all major resorts. Around the towns, it's best to walk or hire a bike to take in the area.
Stay Safe
You'll find Ibiza to be a safe and friendly place to holiday. It has a lower crime rate than many other parts of Spain, but like all holiday destinations, you should keep your belongings safe at all times.
Did you know?
Impress your friends or fellow travellers with these tidbits of information: • Want to impress the locals when you visit the island? Then pronouncing the island name correctly will undoubtedly help. Ibiza's pronunciation is 'Evissa'. • If you love your clubbing, then here's something to look out for. There are six 'superclubs' on the island. They include Es Paradis and Eden. • Talking of clubs, well it's what this island is famous for, the oldest club is Pacha. It was founded in 1973.

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