Today when you hear the word Ibiza, the first thing that comes to your mind is parties. The second one is…parties. Oh yes, and some more parties. However, the island’s reputation as one of the hottest nightlife spots did not start to emerge until the 1960s. Ibiza has been a popular and trendy vacation spot since the 1930s. People came here to spend their holidays, birthdays and even honeymoon vacations! And considering the fact that Ibiza has so much to offer, why shouldn’t you consider spending your honeymoon trip on Ibiza?
Besides its main attraction – a very active nightlife and tons of very prestigious and famous night clubs to suit different tastes and budgets – Ibiza has lots of things to make your vacation lovely and unforgettable. In case you were wondering where the world’s largest nightclub located, the answer is easy- you will find it on Ibiza. Even if you don’t get carried away by night entertainment, such as disco clubs and lounges, you should definitely at least once.
The island boasts having more that 100 wonderful beaches where you can enjoy the warm sun and turquoise sea. If you want to enjoy yourselves on more secluded beaches, go to Portinatx or Benirras and imagine that there is nobody else in the whole world: just you two, the beach and the endless blue sea…
If you like diving or snorkeling, in Portinatx (Catalan [purtiˈnatʃ]) you can easily organize this activity and explore the underwater world together. Ibiza is also a great place for sightseeing. You will never stop adoring its picturesque villages and eye-candy landscapes. Many consider it to be the most beautiful part of the Island. If you want to see something really ancient, go to Dalt Vila of Ibiza Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and wander along the winding cobbled streets.
What is more, here you can easily opt for some other activities like horseback riding, hiking and – naturally – shopping. An interesting and romantic pastime worth taking place during your honeymoon vacation is having a small “cruise” on board one of the “round-the-island” ferries. Don’t forget to take your camera!