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Mini-Guide To Ibiza

Ibiza is the smallest Balearic island of Spain. Though small, it has attracted thousands of tourists from all over the world. It sits near the other bigger island of Mallorca. Despite being the smallest of the three, it remains an internationally renowned world-class tourist destination. In fact, it has been dubbed the capital of electronic music. The city of Ibiza is known to have one of the best nightlife scenes in the whole of Europe. It has a number of discos, bars, and nightclubs that are world famous. The intense and wild parties of Ibiza during the summer have made the city one of the most popular destinations across the globe. Of course, it's not just the non-stop party that Ibiza is known for. Ibiza offers its tourists a lot of things and places to discover. The city is rich in natural resources as well as cultural features. In fact, part of Ibiza is included in the United Nations World Heritage Sites list. There are numerous treasures waiting to be unraveled. Country houses and villas, vast beaches, and many other great scenic spots and views await you on this island. So what are you waiting for? Those who love sports, beaches, nature, and parties will surely love the city of Ibiza.

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If you thought Ibiza was just a city full of parties, you're mistaken. There are so much more to do in Ibiza than just partying. If you're a sports buff, there are so many water sports you can engage in. As you take pleasure in your vacation to Ibiza, why don't you try some of the sports that you rarely get to enjoy? How about some surfing, wind surfing, jet skiing, fishing, snorkeling, or scuba diving? If you're not into these water sports, then how about trying some beach volleyball? If you want to save your energy for later, some nice sun bathing would be good for you. Many other sport facilities are available in the city. So take your pick! Aside from the water sports, there are also a lot of activities on land. The island offers you activities such as golfing, horseback riding, and even go-karting for the car enthusiasts. But if you are looking for clean family fun, water activities such as boat trips, tours, and sightseeing would be the best. There are also other activities on land that you can do. Try a tour to the Cap Blanc or to the Cova de Ses Llegostes. It's a natural cave aquarium where you can discover some flora and fauna that may not be familiar to you. Aside from that, they have the fun water slides at the Playa d'es Pinet. What else would top your list of things to do other than eating? The island's gastronomical feasts are widely known. The city has a number of bars, clubs, restaurants, cafes, and fast food outlets. Among the popular bars and clubs are the Club Eden, Amnesia, Eldivia, and Space. If its Spanish restaurants you're craving for, the top Spanish restaurant on the island is the El Cigarral. There's also the Malibafa and Can Pau.

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