Ibiza is a small island off the eastern coast of Spain that has quickly become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area due to its vibrant nightlife. However, while Ibiza became popular due to its club scene, there are still plenty of attractions worth visiting and it even offers some options for those travelling with children.
So whether you are coming to the island to enjoy the world-renowned nightlife or even if you’re just looking for a relaxing holiday in Spain under the sun, with all inclusive Holidays to Ibiza it’s easy to start enjoying the destination the minute you get there.
Now here are some ideas of places to check out around the island:
Sa Caleta Phoenician Settlement
The Sa Caleta Phoenician Settlement is an amazing set of ruins on the south west coast of Ibiza. The settlement is one of the earliest communities ever created and even includes streets and a town square. This was such an important discovery that it officially became a World Heritage Site in 1999.
The Ibiza Cathedral is one of the last places on the island that you can experience its ancient history. The cathedral was constructed in the early 13th century, and it is one of the most beautiful pieces of Catalan Gothic architecture that you will see anywhere in the world.
Ses Feixes Wetlands
The Ses Feixes Wetlands are located just north of Ibiza Town, and it is the home of some of the rarest plants and animals in the Mediterranean. Most of the wetlands in the Mediterranean are rapidly disappearing, so it is amazing to see one in such pristine condition.
The Egg in San Antonio is probably the most iconic landmark on Ibiza. The Egg was constructed in 1990 to mark the birthplace of explorer Christopher Columbus. The center of the statue features a hole in the egg that contains a model of the Santa Maria.
Privilege and other clubs
While you are in one of the premiere party cities in the world, you must experience one of their nightclubs. The nightclub Privilege is probably the premiere spot on the island of Ibiza. The club can hold up to 10,000 people, which makes it the largest nightclub in the world. Privilege and every other nightclub in Ibiza will have some of the best DJs in the world playing every night during the summer months.