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Ibiza is the sun-kissed all-night party capital of the world and makes a great destination for when you really want to let your hair down. Six million tourists make the pilgrimage to this party island every year which means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation. There’s a brilliant range of places to stay with a selection of hotels and villas to suit everyone’s budget.
As you would expect, Ibiza is home to some of the best clubs in the world that play host to some equally well-renowned DJs like David Guetta and Luciano. One of the oldest and most well-known clubs is Pacha which first opened in 1973. Pacha’s famous for offering a special VIP service with its many private tables making it the playground of the rich and famous. It offers a mind-boggling array of parties with unique names such as Flower Power, Pure Pacha and Insane.
Another club not to miss is Amnesia. The club has two massive rooms, one of which is designed to be specially flooded with light when the sun rises. The club offers unique experiences such as foam parties and ice cannons.
A great way to explore the island in the day time is on the back of a scooter. The island has many companies that offer scooter hire and they’re a great way to whizz around and take in all of the sights. You should definitely drive along the west coast of the island which has some beautiful quiet roads with amazing views of the sea.
When you want to take a break from all the wild partying you can explore the island’s history. The island has many areas that have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites that you really won’t want to miss.
A great place to visit is the island’s cathedral called The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows which is constructed from a mix of different style of architecture. The original structure of the building is 14th-century Gothic but in the 18th century it had a major Baroque renovation. The cathedral has some exceptional works of art in its collection including two Gothic panels painted by Francesc Cornes and two painted by Valentí Montoliu.