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You will find that many beaches are nudist, so if you do not like them, just try to avoid them.
Normally they go to Beaches where access is not easy
Ibiza is a very relaxed island, where no one cares what you do if you respect them
Do not miss the Beaches
Favorite thing: As many of us, my idea of Ibiza was a partying island, nightlife …. All that…
Obviously it has to got beaches for hangovers LOL as it is an island and is surrender by water…
Ok, I was joking. I knew it had lovely beaches, but I never imagine how beautiful they could be. Our first visit was to Conte beach, and I stayed over the mountain where the car park for a few minutes without talking just enjoying the different blues…
Who needs El caribe? LOL
The White Isle
Favorite thing: They don't call the place the White Isle for nothing. They beaches are spectacular, and there are lots of them. With 56 beaches to chose from, you will not have a problem getting a tan. Unless you are an albino. But, even then you should come! Albinos should have fun too!!! (I hope I have not offended any albino'd people with this call to party). Anyway, I went to quite a few of them, so check out my Must-See's to find out which one's were the best!
Caution! For thos of you who do not like seeing the human form in all its splendor, or lack thereof, then this probably is not the place for you, because all of the beaches are at least topless, and most are nudist.
Hey!! Stop peeking over there!!
Discovering the island. (2001)
Favorite thing: Like most people i thought Ibiza would be all footie shirts and lager louts, how wrong i was, it's a beautiful island with wonderful scenery and great beaches. However if you do want lager and footie on all the tv's then you should try Sant Antoni after dark.The sea is clean and blue and home to an amazing variety of seafood all of which you'll find on the menus of beach front restaurants, fresh and incredibly cheap.
If its beaches you want then Ibiza has more than enough and they are all excellent, from Portinatx in the north to Las Salinas in the south all with fine sand and warm clear seas. Temperatures peak at an average of 27 degrees in August with 11 hours of sunshine per day, in the late summer the sea temperature rises even further.
Fondest memory: Making good use of the car we made it to some great places like the Hippie Market at Punta Arabi the beach at Benniras and my favourite Cala d'Hort where we always go to eat. The drive there reveals the beautiful interior of the island stretched over hills and covered in olive groves and fruit trees. The beautiful blue water and the view are worth the drive. Here`s Steff swimming at Cala D`Hort.
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Favorite thing: This one was packed with people. But it wasn't all that awesome. Well it was pretty awesome, but I liked some of the others better. I have no idea what this one was called or where it was. But it had several beach side bars that were pretty nice ...
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Beach #1 View
Favorite thing: This one beach near the other big town (i'm not good with names) is pretty nice. Accessible by bus, it has a decent restaraunt that have some nice cool you down cocktails. We actually started just blending vodka with their lemon flavored icey pops ... drunkeness ensued. A good sunset nap was required before going out.
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Blue Skies and Beaches.
Fondest memory: IBIZA is 'the night',discos,
after-hours,beaches,fashion and glamour.
BUT also Natural Patrimony
and also Cultural Patrimony
and the all year sun.
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