Ibiza Town — a place where there tend to clubbers from all over the world. The island of Ibiza is famous for its parties and permanent holiday. It is safe to say that you’ve been on the beautiful island of Ibiza, only if you have visited its capital — and a delightful old town of Ibiza. Some call this city — Ibiza. As you wish! Ibiza Town is the largest city on the island.
Here are concentrated some of the best clubs around the world, such as Pacha and El Divino. Complementing the capital club are numerous restaurants, bars and pubs. The city has the best luxury hotels and boutiques. At this point, we are going to celebrities from all over the world. What to do in Ibiza Town? Happy Town is a network of streets, lined with shops and cafes that are perfect for a cup of coffee, choose the perfect outfit for a night out at the club Pacha, scout out the best bars and buy a few postcards to their friends and relatives. Ibiza Town is ideal to explore the culture of the island, so that you will return home not only with memories of parties and clubs. Study the island’s capital should start with the old town, the historic Ibiza Town area and with a fantastic view of the ‘Dalt Vila’ Bay. Here you will find cobbled streets, secluded courtyards and shrines. Old Town — a great place to get away from the music and rave resort island of Ibiza. In Ibiza you can hardly find wide sandy beaches, but the famous beaches Pdlayya den Bossa and Talamanca, located not far from the city. In the harbor of Botafoch and Ibiza Nueva you will find a huge number of luxury yachts moored here. Where to live in Ibiza? Ibiza is very popular to live in hotels or rent apartments and villas. But due to the fact that the holiday season in Ibiza is in high demand, that its housing should think in advance. Many tourists also prefer to stay in the resort areas of Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio. Restaurants in Ibiza Town, Ibiza Prices in restaurants differ considerably high prices in comparison with the neighboring resorts of the island, but this is where you’ll find a huge variety of restaurants and bars catering for all tastes. Restaurants in the old town of Ibiza are distinguished by their typical Spanish spirit and are perfect for a romantic dinner. Near the port there are restaurants with a stylish menu and sitting here, there is a chance to take part in the parade club with scantily clad models. District Sa Peña, an old fishing quarter, offers the cobbled streets of the city, which are planted in different bars and restaurants, where visitors are often some of the most beautiful people of the island. Well, if you really want a sumptuous dinner, you should visit the marina Botafoch, where you can contemplate the magnificent yachts of millionaires during their meal. Beaches around Ibiza Town in Ibiza Town, unfortunately you will not find a beach, but beautiful sandy shorelines are arranged quite a few steps away from the city center. The most immediate to the town sandy beaches — it’s Talamanca and Figueretas, which is a 15-minute walk from the city center. Golden Sands famous beach of Playa d’en Bossa are also very close, but to the beach easily accessible by bus, the road which takes only 10 minutes. Nightlife Ibiza town Despite its appeal during the day, to Ibiza town the most popular around the world for its incredible nightlife. Where you can find bars of any size and orientation: for the crowd, for geyev and straight bars. In this city filled with life’s hard not to find a place on your taste, where you could enjoy a drink or a good laugh from the heart. There is a quiet bars located on the cobbled streets of the old town, as well as a place filled with water pools that have served glowing cocktails and plays music from dusk to dawn. And, of course, the clubs! Noise Restrictions in Ibiza Town means that music should not be heard after midnight, so many bars in the city are closed or do your music quieter, but this does not mean that there are no other options.
Pacha Ibiza — this is the most famous club on the island, which is located just a 15-minute walk from the port area. The club opens its doors after midnight, but the real movement begins close to two o’clock in the morning. Though the city of Ibiza and has a reputation of ‘the very’ city, it suffers from one drawback: the lack of beach. Especially it is necessary to take into account this fact, if you are obsessed with a beautiful tan. High demand for hospitality rooms and rental housing, as well as the popularity of the local bars and restaurants mean streets of overcrowding, long queues and high prices. That is why many tourists prefer to stay in the neighboring resorts, and travel to the city by bus or boat.