Ibiza Island is located in the Spanish archipelago of Baléares island, famous for its lively dance, singing and evening clubs. However, the back of these festivals is an island with countless sights of the Mediterranean, radiant, wild and private …
Ibiza belongs to a large area of Spain, in the Baléares archipelago. It is one of the rare and beautiful scenes recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage. It possesses beautiful natural scenes and humanistic architectures. Beaches, gulfs, vegetation, deep cliffs and stone-built villages … all exist on the island, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean destinations. In the city and villages of Ibiza, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Sant Joan de Labritja, Sant Josep de sa Talaia or Santa Eulària des Riu, narrow streets and alleys are illuminated and radiant with the sun shining.
But Ibiza is also the most sexy and most ancient island in the world, a paradise of clubs. All reeling in the music, some buses operate all night and the shops open until 1:30 am. Between festivals and nature, everyone finds here to benefit themselves in an island that only has sun and calmness. Those who like quietness often choose to come here in the spring to immerse themselves in peaceful, peaceful days.
Compared to other Mediterranean islands, Ibiza does not desire anything more because everything is so perfect. Here is the sunset scene in Portinatx, north of the island, a color of pink chalk when it is getting dark, this beautiful scene is convincing enough to prove that perfection.
Walking in the villages, we will discover Ibiza, the people and cultures of this beautiful island that have existed for a long time. It has been around since the 7th century BC, by the nuns of Ni xi (of the old city of Ni xi – the old region in Asia, in the middle of the Mediterranean and Lebanon).