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Ibiza is part of the Spanish Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It is located 79 km off the coast of the city of Valenica. It is by far the most extreme island of Spain with its rocky landscape and wild visitors. Ibiza really is the place to enjoy nightlife clubbing. The capital city is Ibiza Town. Other large cities are San Antonio and Santa Eularia des Riu. There are 84 thousand people living on Ibiza.

Ibiza forms with Formentera the Pine Islands of Pityuses. The island mostly attracts tourists that enjoy partying all night. Top DJ’s from all over the world come to Ibiza in the summer to play at big parties. During the summer you will find non-stop partying going on. The island knows little rainfall, ideal for outdoor parties. Spots are Playa d’en Bossa beach, Es Canar beach and Cafe del Mar. Nightclubs are Privilege, Eden, Es Paradis, Amnesia, Space, Pacha and D10.

Although Ibiza is famous for its nightlife, tourists can do more than partying alone. Ibiza has a harsh and rocky landscape. Olives, figs and almonds are growing alongside the hardy pines. About half of the island is covered in thick woods. Large parts of the island are even registered as U.N. World Heritage Sites. If you are looking for a fairly unspoiled place on Ibiza, you should visit the northeast.

Travelers to Ibiza need a valid passport and sometimes a visa. For Non-European visitors most of the time a return or onward ticket is needed. No visa is required for visits less than 90 days or three months. You should always check passport and visa requirements before traveling to Ibiza.

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