Ibiza - The white island.
Ibiza and Formentera, also known as the “Islas Pitiusas” because of the abundance of pine trees that cover their landscapes, are home to about 111.200 inhabitants. The island strethes a maximum length of 40 kms and a maximum width of 20 kms. The beautiful island of Ibiza endowed with a striking mix of culture, crystal blue waters, vegetation, warm weather, caves, markets, sports, a unique and famed nightlife, and easy access by air and sea to Spain and the rest of Europe. Ibiza city is one of the most fascinating parts of the island.
From day to night the streets offer constant activity, a complete mix of styles and a remarkable sense of openness and freedom. Important highlights are the Cathedral (14th century) and walls from the Renaissance era, both included as part of the historic art of Dalt Vila and declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. From here one may enjoy an exceptional view of the bay.