Ibiza has 57 different beaches!

In the last 20 years, its only snowed twice on Ibiza.

Ibiza is the second largest Balearic Island.

The oldest club on Ibiza is Pacha, founded in 1973.

Freddie Mercury once had a two-week long party at Pike’s.

A bottle of water in an Ibiza club can cost anything from a whopping €8 up to, and sometimes over, €15.

The correct pronunciation of the island’s name is ‘Evissa’.

As well as being a clubbers’ paradise, Ibiza is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its architecture, coastline and sea life.

The island is divided into five provinces – Eivissa the capital, Santa Eularia, Sant Antoni, Sant Josep and Sant Joan. Each province has its advantages and secret hotspots, but it’s worth knowing that San An currently has the cheapest pints.


San Antonio

San Antonio is a lively resort set in a beautiful open bay, with legendary sunset cafés and clubs.

Playa d'en Bossa

Playa d'en Bossa is the most popular resort on Ibiza. It also boasts the longest beach on the island.

Ibiza Town

No holiday to Ibiza would be complete without exploring the island's famous old town.

Sant Josep

Sant Josep is known for its quiet coves, peaceful fishing villages and nightlife.


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