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Bars, pool parties and mega-clubs playing thumping music into the wee hours of the morning; yes, Ibiza is the ultimate party scene. What many people do not know is that it also has a quiet side, in its historic towns and idyllic spots located along the coast.
Ibiza Town (officially known as Eivissa) is the capital of the island and more than just a gathering of party people. The historical centre, Dalt Vila, with its quaint houses and narrow streets, is included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
Of course, there are still places to dance the night away around here. Privilege, according to Guinness World Records, is the largest nightclub in the world, which sits alongside Amnesia and Pacha Ibiza, two other mega discotheques.
The hotel selection in Eivissa is diverse, ranging from two star apartments with an outdoor pool to luxurious four star hotels near the historic city centre.
A few kilometres south of the capital is Sant Josep de sa Talaia, a town that sits at the foot of Sa Talaia Mountain, the highest point of the island. It’s also close to tourist hotspot, Playa d'en Bossa, one of the longest beaches of Ibiza.
You’ll find several hotels located along the beach or at least within walking distance, others offer a (free) shuttle service.
On the west of the island lies the San Antonio, probably the islands top party destination. Highlights include the art installation dedicated to Christopher Columbus, The Egg and famed bar strips, the West End and Sunset Strip.
The hotel supply in San Antonio is large and includes a number of all-inclusive hotels and resorts, and beachside accommodation. Most hotels have a two or three star rating and provide air conditioning, a swimming pool and fast internet.
Ibiza’s Santa Eulalia offers holidaymakers a quieter break away from the parties and booze. It’s known as the islands cultural and gastronomic centre, having art galleries and some of the island’s best restaurants. Stroll the palm lined promenade, chill by the marina with a cocktail and relax in style. The hotel selection around here is as wide and varied as it is elsewhere. If you’re looking for something special from your break, get yourself a luxury spa hotel.