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Ibiza

For decades Ibiza has been the haunt of the famous, the beautiful, the wealthy and all manner of other interesting and exciting visitors attracted by the beauty of the island and the international community who live or vacation there. But there is also mass tourism, and it’s extraordinary how the island has managed to retain a unique charm and peaceful idyll both inland and on the coast, side by side with the wild partying centres of mass tourism.

Fascinating, charming and sometimes very slick country properties abound, all revelling in the glorious countryside and peace of the interior, and the beauty of the more hidden coves around the coast.

The capital, Eivissa, has an active and bustling yacht harbour but also a delightful Upper Town that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a charming, ancient citadel filled with fine boutiques and restaurants.

Small, delightful, beaches are to be found all round the island, with beach clubs where visitors can swim, sun, and eat all day – and all night as well….. for the nightlife in Ibiza is a whole chapter to itself: iconic discos such as Amnesia, Ushuaia, Pacha, are huge emporia of wildness that party around the clock.

But Ibiza is not just about parties, it is also a delightful, quiet island waiting for you to discover its discreet beauties when you leave the comfortable confines of your villa.

Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198

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The climate of Ibiza is typically Mediterranean, with mild and relatively rainy winters, and hot, sunny summers; a bit sultry but tempered by sea breezes. Read More

The climate of Ibiza is typically Mediterranean, with mild and relatively rainy winters, and hot, sunny summers; a bit sultry but tempered by sea breezes. Rainfall is not abundant, and is more common in autumn and winter, meaning that the best time to go (and stay dry!) is late spring and summer. August is the hottest month with temperatures in the high 20s, and January is the coldest, although temperatures rarely dip below 0.

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