Ibiza really has something to offer everyone
Ibiza is one of the most popular summer destinations in the Med. It appeals to most as you will find, stunning beaches, undiscovered coves, white-washed villages, and the infamous glitzy clubs for the young at heart.
Ibiza is a relatively small island and is the nearest Balearic Island to the Spanish Mainland.
Don't miss Ibiza Town, a great people watching location with amazing restaurants and bars.
There are new trendy hotels and luxury villas available for those who want to sample the Ibiza experience in style.
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Ibiza typically experiences hot summers and cool winters. The hottest month is August with temperatures averaging 26 degrees Celsius and the coolest is January which averages 12 degrees. October is the wettest month and it averages about 50 mm of rainfall. Rain can also be expected in the months of January and February. July is the driest month, but rain can still be expected.
Puerto de San Miguel
Formerly a fishing port, Puerto de San Miguel is now a popular destination for families and couples looking for a smaller quieter beach holiday. Situated on the north coast of Ibiza, its positioned in a cove surrounded by pine covered cliffs. There’s a beautiful sandy beach with shallow waters making it perfect for families with young children. Water sports including water skiing and windsurfing are also available, as well as a diving school. There are several bars, restaurants, hotels and apartments.
The largest town on the island, Ibiza Town boasts fantastic restaurants, bustling bars and a legendary night club scene. For shoppers there’s a brilliant selection of shops and small boutiques. It also has a fine choice of museums and galleries, so there is certainly something for everyone to enjoy.
If hiking is your passion, the ideal place to visit is Sa Talaiassa. Positioned in the southwest of the island, it’s a popular spot to take in the peaceful atmosphere and stunning views.
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