Vivir en Ibiza: cosas que hacer y ver en Ibiza, España

Ibiza—The White Island

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With an area of ​​572 square miles, Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands. Ibiza’s fantastic climate, with nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, makes this Spanish island one of Europe’s most popular destinations. Visitors come from all over the world to buy real estate, build their dream home, or simply to relax and forget everyday life.

The island’s natural beauty is its main attraction. Ibiza’s coastline spans 270 km, or nearly 168 miles long, and is dotted with coves and sandy beaches, which can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Natural sand beaches, lapped by crystal-clear turquoise waters, offer many recreational opportunities, whether it’s a refreshing dip in the sea, sunbathing on the beach, enjoying a cocktail at one of the many beachfront restaurants, are just a few of Ibiza’s pleasures.

There are magical coves such as Cala d'Hort, where visitors can experience a unique view of the mystical island of Es Vedrà. Another dream bay with unique natural beauty and spectacular sunsets is Cala Conta, in the southwest of the island. Platja d'en Bossa is home to the island’s most beautiful sandy beaches and famous resorts like the Hard Rock Hotel and the Ushuaia Beach Club. Deserted in winter, it comes to life in the summer months. The dream beaches of Ses Salinas and Es Cavallet are protected because of their dunes’ important ecological value. Ibiza’s summer sunsets are a unique experience, but many believe the most magical time of year is midwinter, when the almond trees blossom.

Ibiza is one of the favourite destinations of the international jet set. Since the 1990s, the island is also a meeting place for the young at heart. The picturesque areas of old town and the port of ​​Ibiza Town is a vibrant hub featuring top restaurants, designer shops, exciting entertainment venues, and world-famous nightclubs.

How Many People Live in Ibiza?

Population: 132,637

What Languages Are Spoken in Ibiza?

Language: Catalan, English

What is the Currency in Ibiza?

Currency: Euro

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