Where is Ibiza

This island was discovered by sailors from Carthage in 654 BC, they founded the first settlement here, which later became the main city of the region. The Carthaginians christened the city (and later the island) Ibossim, which is very consonant with the current name and means in translation the island of Bes - one of the Gods very popular at that time in ancient Egypt. People believed that he could protect against all kinds of evils and disasters. In addition, he was the guardian of eroticism and sexual entertainment, as well as an advocate for women in labor and babies.

Yes, the "capital" of Ibiza, like the island, bears the name Ibiza, and the correct word "Ibiza" should be pronounced with an emphasis on the second syllable.

Ibiza is part of the Balearic Archipelago and is the third largest island. It is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Ibiza is located 200 kilometers from Africa and 90 kilometers from Spain and is part of it. Its area is just over 570 sq. Km. The holiday season lasts here from May to October. At the same time, all recreational opportunities are fully operational here. The water temperature here is practically the same all year round - an average of 25-26 degrees. The climate is mild and pleasant for residents of all regions and continents. A refreshing sea breeze helps holidaymakers escape the scorching sun and enjoy one of the most famous resorts in the world.

The island is best known for its numerous clubs, where electronic music of a wide variety of styles is performed. Ibiza is the "Mecca" and cultural center for hippies.

There is not a single industrial enterprise in Ibiza, the most environmentally friendly resort in Spain

In August, every new moon is celebrated on the Day of the Drums. On this day, several dozen drummers converge on the seashore and play until dawn.

In the west of Ibiza there is a Rock in the Sea - Es Vedra, from which Odysseus listened to the singing of the sirens. The sun shines for 300 days a year and 10 hours a day on the island.

The largest club in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records is located in Ibiza. Privilege is the first football club in the world with a swimming pool, the size of a football stadium, and has a capacity for eleven thousand people.

It is hardly possible to find such a resort place in the Mediterranean, and all over the world, which would attract so many world fame - stars of world cinema, variety, stage, musicians, singers, journalists, writers, artists. Indeed, Ibiza has something to see and where and how to relax.