The culture and style of Ibiza is as varied as its pronunciation ('e-vee-tha' or 'e-bee-tha' or 'e-bee-zha', depending on where you're from). And you'd be hard-pressed to find such a cosmopolitan mix outside Paris or Manhattan. Ibiza attracts all sorts of people with its vibrant nightlife, gorgeous beaches and perfect Mediterranean climate.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
One look and it's clear (very clear and very blue) that Ibiza's beaches are some of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. And to make beach-hopping even easier, the most popular ones are connected by frequent boat and bus services.
Ibiza offers all your typical water sports, from snorkelling to diving to jet-skiing. And you'll also find exciting new opportunities like wake boarding, fishing charters and horse riding.
With so many people, from so many places, Ibiza is a melting pot of various culinary styles and tastes. The local cuisine features Mediterranean staples like seafood, mixed with the latest trends from France, Spain, Italy, and elsewhere.
As part of the European Union, Spain's official currency is the euro (EUR). Credit cards and traveller's cheques are also widely accepted.
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