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Considering a holiday to the island of Ibiza off Spain? Check this out
We have little doubt that most of you will have heard all about Ibiza, just off Spain, at this stage. The island has build something of a reputation for being the number one holiday destination for young clubbers from all across Europe, however there is much more to the island than that, and today we're going to take a look at what else you can expect from your Ibiza holiday.
We'll start by getting the obvious out of the way; clubbing. While the local government and tourist board in Ibiza is trying to take the focus away from clubbing holidays in order to give the island a more family friendly feel, there is no escaping the fact that it is considered by many to be the party capital of the world during peak summer months.
If you're into dance music then you will no doubt think you've died and gone to heaven when you see the clubs found on the island. Huge brand names like Cream, Ministry of Sound and Pascha are all packed to the gills every week, with revellers from all around Europe, making this the ideal spot for a summer break filled with non stop dancing and pounding electronic beats.
However, for those of you who are looking for a more family oriented break, there are plenty of options available too. There are a huge number of stunning spots on the more secluded parts of the island, making it ideal for those of you who like to get out there and explore under the gorgeous Spanish skies.
From beaches to secluded woodland areas in the heart of the island, Ibiza is to Spain what St. Ives is to the United Kingdom in places. And to make things even more enticing, there are plenty of great deals available on holidays to the island.
TravelSupermarket.com have deals that start for as little as £125.00 per person for seven nights in the off season, departing from Midlands Airport. While DirectLine-Holidays.co.uk offer summer breaks for as little as £245.00 per person for seven nights. There's also the options to check out Ibiza from Spain via ferry should you decide to holiday to the mainland instead, so there will always be plenty of options available to you no matter what kind of break you fancy.