Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea, east of the Spanish peninsula, and is one of the Balearic Islands. Ibiza covers 572 km2, is a world in miniature, and extends from the coast inland. Book online air-traveling.com flights to Ibiza and plunge into the world of endless parties in the Mediterranean Macro-Clubs.
For many, Ibiza (Eivissa in Catalan) There is, however, another side of the island. The Greeks called Ibiza and Formentera the Islas Pitiusas (Isle of Pines), and about half of the island (especially relatively untouched north-east) is covered by these dense forests. Along hardy pines, the most common crops include olives, figs and almonds, and away from the major resorts and towns, the island has a gentle rural charm.
In 1956, the island boasted 12 cars, and in 1960 the first hippies from continental Europe have opened the idyllic beaches. Mixed World Heritage architecture and rich marine life island of Ibiza City, soon turned into a profitable business with the flow of tourism. Today, more than four million passengers a year visiting S'Illa Blanca (White Island) pass through its airport and enter the world of sandy beaches, dance clubs and nightlife.