Welcome to Ibiza

Ibiza is a Spanish Balearic island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is known for its parties, beaches, architecture, and music.

This travel guide will go through everything you need to know before traveling to Ibiza, Spain. Sit back and enjoy.

Map of Ibiza

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Top attractions

Cala Comte

Cala Comte is a famous beach in Ibiza.

Platges de Comte by Ricky Rueda on 500px.com

Parc Natural de ses Salines

Parc Natural de ses Salines is a national park with beautiful beaches in Ibiza.

Rock tower and splashing waves by Artesia Wells on 500px.com

Cala Salada

Cala Salada is a famous cove known for its cliff diving.

Cala Salada & Saladeta by Ricky Rueda on 500px.com

Weather and Climate

Ibiza has a typical Mediterranean climate similar to that of Sardinia.

Question: What is the ideal time to visit Ibiza?

Answer: The best time to visit Ibiza is between May and October.




The history of Ibiza begins when the Phoenicians founded a port city on the island. After the collapse of Phoenicia, Ibiza became a part of Carthage. Unlike other parts of Spain, Ibiza was an autonomous municipality during the Roman period. After the end of the Roman period, Ibiza was ruled by the Vandals and Byzantines. The island was conquered by Arab Muslims in the 10th century, but was invaded by the Norwegians during the Crusades. In the 13th century, Ibiza was conquered by Aragon, and the Muslim population in Ibiza was deported. Ibiza remained an autonomous municipality until the 18th century, when the Spanish king abolished the local government’s autonomy. Ibiza became democratic during the reforms of the 1970s, regained its autonomy, and also became a popular tourist destination.

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