IBIZA, OPEN FOR HOLIDAYS
Ibiza opens its doors to an unforgettable holiday by offering its visitors thousands of small treasures hidden in just over 572 square kilometers. There are lots of proposals that allow you to live indelible experiences in a friendly destination and able to ensure the well-being of its visitors.
The island is still the ideal environment to enjoy the dream trip, whether with family, friends, as a couple or alone. Thanks to an enviable natural environment, incredible gastronomy, and unforgettable leisure and free time experiences, Ibiza always surprises with a wide and careful offer for all tastes, all ages, and all concerns.
Its natural characteristics and its mild Mediterranean climate make it, in addition, the ideal space for the practice of outdoor sports and in full contact with nature: diving, hiking, swimming, tennis, sailing, golf ... are some of the possibilities offered by the island for amateur sports, although in recent years, Ibiza has also become a benchmark in the organization of national and international competitive sporting events, such as the Cycling to Ibiza, The Route of the Salt, the Ibiza Marathon, the race to the island in MBT, the Three Days of Ibiza Trail, the Ibiza Half Triathlon or the Half Marathon.
The island has centuries of history, tradition, and customs waiting to be discovered. On the one hand, it is a cosmopolitan, modern, fun island and on the other, Ibiza retains that essence of the people who proudly maintain its history and tradition. An open society but proud of its roots and customs, presenting in shows and craft markets and also in Adlib Fashion, a unique and singular industry that captures in its designs the spirit and essence of the island itself.
The pines and savins that cover the mountains and the interior landscape of the island in green contrast with the kilometers of crystal clear waters that owe their turquoise hue to the Posidonia meadows, recognized by Unesco as a World Heritage Site and one of the greatest marine treasures guarded by the island. The fine golden sand beaches share miles of coastline with secluded coves, natural caves, and unusual landscapes from which to enjoy every moment.
The walled enclosure of Dalt Vila, declared a World Heritage Site next to the remains of the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, houses among its streets many must-see properties for those who hope to relive a rich past forged in unique and magical corners. The rich history of the island and the valuable legacy left by it by great civilizations also have a must-see in the Archaeological Museum of Puig des Molins. More than three thousand hypogeums preserved in the largest Punic necropolis in the Mediterranean that preserves its essence under the watchful eye of Tanit, the Ibizan Goddess whose image is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum.
Leaving the city, the tour offers a journey through time through the rural churches that dot the entire island territory. Small and white buildings that evoke an agricultural and austere past that is still very present today in the villages furthest from the coast, where imposing defense towers built in antiquity to defend the population from constant pirate attacks are preserved that the island suffered.
Lovers of gastronomy will find a wide, rich and varied range of dishes with the quality and flavor that only fresh and zero-kilometer products can offer. The gastronomic offer is open to all palates and demands, from family restaurants serving traditional cuisine to exclusive places led by nationally and internationally renowned chefs.
Ibiza is open to the sun, the sea, history, culture, heritage, and gastronomy, concentrating, in a small space, all the islands in one.
Ibiza, open for holidays.