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Eivissa or Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea, and belonging to Spain. With Formentera, it is one of the two Pine Islands. Major cities are Ibiza Town, Santa EulÓria des Riu and San Antonio.
Eivissa is the official Catalan name and the name used by its inhabitants; but the name used by Spanish speakers and the rest of the world is Ibiza (usually pronounced using the Castilian morphology: ih-'bee-thuh).
Ibiza has acquired the sobriquet, "Gomorrah of the Med" due to its notable tolerance toward misbehavior by young adult tourists.
Ibiza is also famous for CafÚ del Mar, a chill spot in Sant Antoni de Portmany where many people watch the sunset every night.
Sant Antoni de Portmany from afarThere is a relaxing side to the island too with 72 beaches to chose from combined with wonderful countryside and some of the best restaurants in the Balearics. One of the most popular beaches is Benirras Bay in the north of the island with its wonderful view of "Gods Finger" a piece of rock jutting out of the sea. It has also beach restaurants and shops including "Podenko" a 'salty sea shack' selling fine beach clobber and mens' clothes.
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Sant Antoni de Portmany
This town is well known for its reputation abroad, especially in the UK. Many English tourists travel here. There are many nightclubs and bars with plenty of drink and entertainment on offer. The legendary Cafe del Mar is located here as well. San Antonio area has a lot more to offer than meets the eye, with some of the most beatifull beaches on Ibiza. Watch this spot for up to the minute info on whats going on and where...
Sant Joan de Labritja
San Juan is located in the north side of Ibiza, this area boasts plenty of authentic vegetation and is relatively unspoilt by tourism. Great area to go for some peace and quiet, beaches in this area tend to boast flat, cristal clear waters. The coast tends to be higher in altitude than the rest of the island, with many great sightseeing areas and natural walks through ibiza's unique medditeranean vegetation. Local customs are conserved and followed much more around here. Visit if you want a real taste of the old real ibiza that attracted so many people in the 60s and 70s.
Sant Josep de sa Talaia
The municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia (named after the mountain located in its geographic center, which is the highest peak of the territory) occupies 154 km2 in the south of Ibiza. Located 15 kms away from the capital of the island and 9 kms away from Sant Antoni de Portmany .
With a population of around 13,000 people, including natives, people from the Peninsula and International residents (mainly from the U.K., Germany and Italy). During the summer, its population almost triples thanks to tourists and to many second-home owners who visit this idyllic area.
It is the largest of the five municipalities on Ibiza and the one with the most beaches and coves along its 80 kms of coastline. Visitors can enjoy the diversity of this world famous coastline, from hidden coves of clear and turquoise-blue waters (Cala Comte, Cala Bassa and Cala Vadella, awarded by the European Union with Blue Flags), to large beaches located in marvelous natural environments (some of them Natural Parks) where naturalists can enjoy themselves among the great variety of conifer and pine trees. An Ideal area to enjoy the beach, hike, ride bicycles or even go horse riding. There are several stables in the area.
Sant Josep (or San Jose) also has great historical heritage. History lovers should visit the Punic-Roman rural settlement in Ses Pa´ses de cala d'Hort and the Phoenician village in sa Caleta. One not too miss is the Cova Santa, a 25 m deep, natural cave where they can admire the surprising formations of stalactites and stalagmites created by the water over thousands of years.
For more information on the municipality of San Josep de Sa Talaia fee free to visit their official homepage www.sanjose-ibiza.net
Santa EulÓria des Riu
Situated on the South-Eastern side of Ibiza, Santa Eularia is the richest area of the island. Inlcudes the towns of Santa Eularia, San Carlos, Port des Torrent, Santa Gertrudis and a wide extension of countryside. Many of the islands favourite beaches are located here. Also you can find two of the most popular hippy markets ( Punta Arabi and las Dalias).