Your summer guide to Ibiza
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Known for its nightlife and clubs, Ibiza is a top destination for students - but there is more to this island than what immediately meets the eye. Ibiza is one of the Balaric Islands off the coast of Spain, and is home to some of the most well known clubs and bars in the world. But this little island has a big personality that can be found in the many different towns that call it home. Where should I stay in Ibiza? Ibiza is a small island with an area of under 600km, but there are still so many diverse places you can visit. If it is a party you are after then make sure you head to Sant Antoni Bay. Each year party goers flock to this part of the island to see DJs and artists from all around the world, including David Guetta who is a regular guest on the island. Ibiza Rocks is the main event of the entire summer and is based in Sant Antoni; this year will be the 10th anniversary of the festival. San Antonio is party central of the whole island, with clubs such as Pacha and Amnesia round the corner. However, for those who don't like an all drinking, dancing and parting holiday, Ibiza can still cater for you The island is full of holiday resorts for all ages. Two popular desitinations on the island include Es Cana, and Santa Eulalia. Es Cana is home to all inclusive hotels, two beautiful beaches, the biggest local market on the island and bars and restuarants to suit everyone. There is plenty to do no matter your age or the party you are traveling with. From the beach you can get boats, road trains and public transport to other parts of the island including Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia.
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