Attractions & History
Global Star Events - An events company, specializing in creating events on Ibiza from Jeep safari's, rallys, scooter tours, mountain bikes, catamaran tours, kayak adventures and many more exciting events for all types of groups.
Museum of Archaeology (Museo Arqueologic de Ibiza y Formentera), Ibiza
Pirate Towers Nowadays the pirate towers point the way to some of the most spectacular coastal views of the islands.
Churches of Ibiza - All the churches from every town.
Capilla de San Ciriaco According to legend, this steep cobbled street is the place where Catalan soldiers entered the Arab citadel in 1235, allowing the island to be conquered by Spain.
Feixes de Ibiza (Ses) Remains of a network of watering areas built by the Arabs.
Monumento a los Corsarios Statue honoring pirates, who played an important part in Ibiza's history from the eighteenth century onwards.
Chapell of En Serra To be found on the top of the hill of the same name, 393 metres high. Attraction type: Scenic/historic walking area
Folk dances in Sant Miguel Local dance demonstrations in the church square of Sant Miguel de Balansat, by Colla de Balansat.
Flamenco dancing in Ibiza
Privilege is the largest club on the island, and now officially the largest club in the world but became famous under its previous name 'Ku'.
Pacha is a name synonymous with Ibiza, although as a group they run clubs all over the world.
Amnesia was the first and remains the favoured club of the people who live on the island.
Space opens its doors virtually 7 days a week, 22 hours a day.
Edenhave made a serious impact on the San Antonio scene and that of the island as a whole.
Es Canar Hippie Market
San Jordi Market Second Hand goods
Beaches There are some 80 beaches on Ibiza. Here is the finest and most detailed selection ever compiled for the internet. We show you the pictures, tell you where to find them and what you'll find when you get there.
Have you any idea how many fiestas take place on Ibiza every year? Here's your first clue - it's a lot, or as my twelve year old niece would say, a very lot. In the 2008-2009 New Year, Ibiza town alone intend to let off 64,000 Euros worth of sky-illuminating gunpowder. That's damn near a ton of airborne explosives. Practically every town, village, hamlet, nook and cranny in Ibiza fiestas at the drop of a saint. Take a look at this list of festivals. Ibiza, whatever you may think, hardly sleeps through the winter.
Es Vedra - An imposing rock, 400 metres high, and with almost vertical sides.
Almond Trees Blossom - Santa Ines
Faro de Botafoc - Botafoc lighthouse offers panoramic views of the walled city of Ibiza.
Cafe Del Mar