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View our wide range of apartments, houses, villas, flats and other property for sale in Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. Ibiza, also called the’ White Island’ has in recent years moved away from its reputation as being a paradise for hedonistic with its party people and super clubs. The island has emerged to become one of the most fashionable of the Balearic Islands, if not THE most fashionable place in the Mediterranean!
Underneath its ‘party’ culture Ibiza has revealed a deep wealth of history, culture, rich landscape, gastronomy, bars, beaches and so much more that now attracts a very diverse range of visitors from celebrities and international jet setters, to couples, families, the young and the old. Read More
Along with this emergence as a destination for choice the Ibiza property market is most definitely heating up with prices for Property for sale Ibiza on the increase and the choice of Ibiza Property for Sale becoming wide ranging. When searching for Ibiza Property for Sale there is now very wide range of options to choose from including family villas, apartments, holiday homes, traditional fincas, and top end Ibiza luxury villas for sale. However even though the demand for Ibiza Property for Sale is buoyant, there is still Property for sale Ibiza to suit most budgets as the Island becomes a year-round destination with a growing population of year-round residents.
A World Heritage Site
The original name of Ibiza was Ibossim, and it is known as Eivissa by the locals. It is home to the largest club in the world, Privilege Ibiza, and this establishment can hold as many as 10,000 people. However, there are many reasons to visit or buy property in Ibiza whether you are interested in the world-class nightlife or not. The harbour of Ibiza Town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is at this location that fresh seafood is brought in to feed locals and tourists alike every day.
Beaches for all needs
There are many idyllic places to relax and escape the crowds in the area, with lesser-known beaches being located throughout the coastline. Many of Ibiza’s beaches are dedicated to different activities. For instance, Cala Mastella is synonymous with seafood and Cala Olivera is well-known for its sunbathing facilities. The best-known beaches include Benirras and Cala Carbo. Ibiza is actually much smaller than many people expect and is a sixth of the size of neighbouring Majorca. The island was first discovered in 654 BC and is known as the White Isle due to the fantastic amount of sunshine it receives.
An idyllic climate
Temperatures can reach up to 40 degrees during the summer months, with rain only falling on 40 days of the year on average. The island also has its own language Eivissenc despite the fact so many people assume the locals mainly speak in Spanish. This language is also spoken in Formentera. Around six million tourists visit Ibiza each year, and it’s possible to walk the entire coastline within 11 days. Ibiza also has orange soil thanks to the pine trees that dye it and is home to some 57 beaches.
The Entertainment Island of the World
It also produces fine wine and is home to the world’s most expensive restaurant, which charges around €1,500 per head. It is the third-largest Balearic Island and is home to just 150,000 people despite the millions of tourists that head here each year. Over recent years, disco buses have become increasingly common in Ibiza, with the island having been labelled as the ‘Entertainment Island of the World’ by Guinness World Records.
World-class hospitality, scenery and events
In 2007, Ibiza’s local government decided each hotel must have a five-star rating. Ibiza also has its own beer, Islena, although it is actually bottled in Germany. The old town of Ibiza is called Dalt Vila and is famous for attractions like its 14th-century cathedral and castle as well as its harbour. It is also home to the famous church of Santo Domingo, which dates back to the 16th century. A new festival, Holi, was first launched in 2014 and sees people throwing colours on one another. This festival is influenced by South Asia’s traditional Holi festivals. Popular dishes in Ibiza include paella, with common beach activities including water-skiing, boating, rafting, swimming, diving, surfing and many more. It is home to 17 diving schools. It’s no wonder so many people are seeking properties for sale in Ibiza.
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