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Ibiza Virgins - first time on Ibiza

Are you coming to Ibiza for the first time and don’t know where to start? Our Virgins’ Guides give you lots of information and top tips to get the best out of Ibiza.

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If you have never been to Ibiza and want to get the best out of it, our Ibiza Virgins' Guides give you the complete lowdown on all kinds of subjects from where to shop to how to club.

Ibiza is a stunning Mediterranean island, part of the Spanish Balearic Islands, which include Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera, Ibiza's neighbouring little sister island. Ibiza is known for its natural beauty with many amazing beaches and its incredible, world-famous nightlife.

It is just two-hours flight time from most European airports where the majority of visitors come from. The island also attracts people from all over the world with many visitors from the United States, Russia and Australia for example. The main holiday season runs from the beginning of May to the end of October. From November to April it's the increasingly popular winter season.

Ibiza has a very mild climate and mostly sunny weather. The island starts to get warmer from May when people hit one of the many stunning beaches like Cala Conta in the west or the sublime Benirrás beach in the north. August is the hottest month, when temperatures go above 30º C. It is also when the island is at its busiest. In winter daytime temperatures go down to only around 15º C.

The major resorts are Playa d'en Bossa, San Antonio, Ibiza Town and Santa Eulalia with a wide choice of hotels. There are also many small resorts in between and lots of wide open countryside where you can stay in private holiday villas.

Ibiza is also a paradise for all who like to dine out - restaurants for each palate and budget in the most stunning locations make for the most lovely holiday memories. And next to beach life and clubbing there are fantastic excursions, sports and other things to do to keep you entertained thoughout the day.

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