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With a gorgeous coastline, Ibiza attracts a slew of visitors – all for different things. Throughout the ages, many different peoples made their home on this Mediterranean island, bringing along their traditions. Now Ibiza is best known as a temporary paradise for party-goers, but its offers attractions for beach lovers, nature enthusiasts and history buffs.
Before Ibiza became party central, its previous incarnations included periods as a Phoenician commercial centre, a Roman city, an Arab establishment and a Catalan settlement. However, Old Ibiza Town still contains pockets of culture – and Dalt Vila (an area encompassed by fortified walls) is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get lost in the maze of narrow cobble-stone streets and admire the Gothic Catalan architecture. Make sure to stop at the castle and enjoy views of the Las Salinas salt flats and nearby isle of Formentera.
While days in Ibiza are perfect for lounging on white sandy beaches and exploring secluded coves, the island’s energy really ramps up once the sun sets beneath the cool azure waters. Ibiza is renowned for some of the world’s best nightclubs, so dress to impress, and hit the floor (with hundreds of other revellers) while the world’s top DJs spin tracks at clubs like Woomoon, Amnesia and Privilege. Don’t count hotels out of the party scene, either; expect legendary nights out at Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza and Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel. Some beach clubs bring all the action outside, but if you prefer to avoid masses of people and strobe lights, opt to visit elegant beach clubs during the afternoon.
Ibiza is an unbeatable island destination for party-goers with nightclubs galore.