You might think that Ibiza is all about wild nightlife, hip-dance parties, famous DJs, all-night ravers, cool hippies, sizzling techno vibes, and non-stop clubbing. Well, you are right! Ibiza has definitely been labeled as the land of famous, hip, young, and beautiful party people. And yes, Ibiza probably is one of the most party-loving islands around. But Ibiza has a quiet side as well. A natural, rugged, and beautiful wild side. Out and away
from the limelight and dance floors, this island is a natural beauty with a scene of biodiversity and protected ecosystems. With nature reserves, wildlife, hiking trails, and beautiful bays and coves. Did you know that Ibiza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site? That 40 % of the island are zones
of protected land? Areas with large, green pine forests, wild orchids, and impressive bird life. Take a break from the beach and the city, and you’ll find a rugged countryside with charming rural villages and farmland with almonds, figs, and olive trees. The almond trees blossom between January and early spring – making the milder winter season an even more beautiful time to visit the island. So, beyond the famous nightlife scene – there is a green aura to this island that is definitely worth exploring. Just as the towns of Santa Eulàlia and Sant Antoni, the historic Ibiza City (Vila d’Eivissa) is a charming place to visit and spend some time. Here you can find the cathedral at Santa Maria and the historic site of the Punic Necropolis of Puig des Molins, just outside town. For summer activities, Ibiza has a pristine coastline, and beaches like Platja d’en Bassa, Benirrás, Ses Salines, Talamanca or Cala Tarida are among the top beaches for a good time in company with sand, sun, and sea. So, bring your dancing shoes – or don’t. But come and explore this enchanting island of Ibiza, in all its ways.