Sometimes it is hard to force yourself off the sunlounger when you are on holiday. It is certainly holiday heaven for some but if you want to see a little of the island then look no further. Majorca has a variety of things to do, no matter your what your age is.
Ibiza is the jewel in the Mediterranean’s crown but there is a secret in Ibiza and those who are in on it have the best time when visiting the white isle. It’s Formentera, Ibiza’s little sister is located just a short ferry ride away from the Ibiza town. It is the opposite of Ibiza, very few tourists, a calm, laid back vibe and some of the best beaches in the Balearics. Formentera is certainly worth some investment of your holiday time, this is the place to completely escape the harsh realities of daily life and really chill out. Take your shades and an attitude that you are really going to throw yourself into the big island chill in order to have the best time.
The Balearic island of Ibiza lies 49 miles away from the South East coast of Spain. Its has a reputation for being many things and this pristine “White Isle” can indeed offer something for everyone. But its the vibrant club scene that attracts many visitors as Ibiza is the home of Balearic House and the incredible world class club scene reflects the international importance of Ibiza’s music scene.
Here’s our clubbing map for you to get you head around the locations. Most of the biggest clubs are slightly out of town due to the noise levels! You will find the main clubbing area are San An and Playa D’en Bossa. If you are going to Ibiza purely for the clubs, then Playa D’en Bossa is the place to be. You also have two awesome ‘warm up’ bars there, being Jet apartments and Bora Bora.
Ibiza has long been known for its crazy nightlife, its hippy scene and a playground for supermodels. These are all accurate descriptions of the white island and there’s certainly some diversity going on here. There is a lot more to the island than the clubbing scene that it is known for. Dream of beautiful traditional agriturismo hotels in the Ibizan countryside or laid back accomodation with serene yoga classes included. It’s all in Ibiza. The only problem is working out which place to choose.