The beautiful island of Ibiza boasts an average of 300 days of sunshine each year. Ibiza is located in the Mediterranean Sea and it is the third largest island of the Balearic Islands. The island is famous for its nightlife and summer club parties that attract tourists from all over the world. Though famous for the parties, Ibiza is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its beautiful landscape and the well-preserved villages. Its countryside, beaches, scenery and sun have brought it international fame, and despite there being some concern over the need for greater environmental protection, it is still a wonderful place for those who enjoy nature, sea, or cities with history.
The climate is cool here and the summers are as expected, warm. This appealing climate, combined with numerous excellent beaches with fine golden sand, clear blue seas and exceptional nightlife, means that Ibiza is understandably a very popular destination for travellers from all over the world. The peace of life for locals in this popular Balearic Island still remains relaxed and moves in a gentle tranquillity. The island also features a large number of bars and restaurants offering fine-dining with fine wines, some of them produced locally, here on Ibiza.