Travellers guide !

The island of Ibiza, with 572 square kilometres and 210 kilometres of coastline, is the third largest on the Balearic peninsular, which makes up the “Pitiusas” (the name given to it by the Greeks, literally “the Island with Pine Trees”), along with its smaller sister, Formentera.

On December 14th 1999, UNESCO designated the fortified compound of Dalt Vila, the Phoenician town of Sa Caleta, the necropolis of Puig des Molins and the Poseidon Meadows of the Salinas Nature Park as World Heritage Sites.

Ibiza can be reached by sea or by air , with the latter method standing out since Ibiza airport is the main connection point for everywhere else.

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Visits to Alt Vila, Sa Caleta and the Puig des Molins come highly recommended, both for their architectural value and the views to be enjoyed from the castle walls and also Botafoch and the whole town of Ibiza. This can be combined with a visit to the Ibiza Archaeological Museum within the same walled compound.

The airport is less tan 8km away from the town of Ibiza ,in the San José municipality ,and an option to get away from the airport to the capital and the rest of the island would be to hire a car in Ibiza, particularly as this option is available as soon as you step off the plane on arrival in Ibiza.

In Ibiza, its magnificent beaches stand out, and also its monuments ,its rich ecosystems such as the Posidonia Meadows , and the extensive and varied night time leisure activities,-all this is to be found in Ibiza, a destination place for a wide range of tourists as it has such a wide range of activities on offer.

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