Ibiza Holidays Take You to Some Fantastic Attractions

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

The third largest among all the Balearic Islands, Ibiza has gained tremendous popularity over the years owing to its summer club scene and an exciting nightlife. Today, millions of tourists visit the island from various parts of the world, especially during the summer season. It is considered by many to be an ultimate destination for party-lovers and clubbers. However, this island destination also has some secluded spots for those who wish to escape the bustling crowds and enjoy some quiet moments on a beach. It also has many other interesting attractions that can be explored by its visitors during their time spent on this Balearic Island.

Your Ibiza holidays would give you the opportunity to get to the marina located in Ibiza Town. It would be an excellent place to begin your day by unwinding with a cup of coffee at any of the restaurants and watching the yachts bobbing on crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. You'll also find some trendy boutique shops and bars that overlook the boats. One of the most pleasant aspects of the marina is that it is mostly visited by people who are not in a hurry and you'll feel a sense of serenity while at this place.

Another interesting place worth exploring is the Old Town or Dalt Vila. It is an old fortress made of sandstone and was constructed as an effective defence against invaders. One of the best experiences you'll have in this area is a walk through the ancient gate of this town into the city. The Old Town has maintained its old-world charm even today. While taking a walk around this place, you'll find some interesting stalls that offer snacks, drinks and other items. Upon getting on top of the hill, you can savour some majestic views of marina and new districts of the Ibiza town.

Es Vedra is yet another fascinating place you can visit while holidaying on this Spanish island. It is a small, rocky, uninhabited island situated at a distance of 2 kilometres from Ibiza and is part of a nature reserve called 'Cala d'Hort'. According to the popular myth, this island has mysterious healing powers and was the place where the Phoenician goddess, 'Tanit', was born. Some of the myths also state that this island was home to sirens and sea nymphs. These myths have played a considerable role over the years in attracting many of the tourists to this island.

Cava de Can Marca or the Can Marca Cave is also a popular attraction situated on the northern part of Ibiza near Port de San Miquel. It is nearly 100,000 years old and is hidden within a cliff. Upon entering this cave, you'll be treated to some awe-inspiring views resulting from the sunlight that falls on the stalagmites and stalactites. You can enjoy a music and light show held every day in this cave. At the centre is a brilliant cascade of water and the openings in the caves provide excellent views of the sea.

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