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Ibiza Town, or Eivissa in Catalan, is the vibrant capital of the island of Ibiza in the Balearic Islands, Spain. Known for its lively nightlife, luxurious beaches, and rich cultural heritage, the town attracts tourists from all around the world. The historic center, Dalt Vila, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features narrow cobblestone streets, ancient fortifications, and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Throughout the summer, Ibiza Town becomes a hotspot for international DJs and music lovers, but the town also offers excellent dining, shopping, and maritime activities.


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Ses Salines Beach

Ses Salines Beach, located in the southern part of Ibiza, is one of the island’s most famous and picturesque beaches. Known for its fine white sand and clear turquoise waters, it's a popular destination for both tourists and locals. The beach is named after the salt lakes in the region, which have been used since ancient times for salt production. It offers a variety of amenities including beach bars, water sports facilities, and sunbed rentals. Ses Salines Beach is also noted for its vibrant atmosphere and frequent sightings of celebrities.

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Dalt Vila

Dalt Vila, meaning 'Upper Town', is the historic old town located in Ibiza Town. This fortified area dates back to the 16th century when it was built as a defense against pirate attacks and invasions. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, Dalt Vila is a labyrinth of cobblestone streets, hidden courtyards, and ancient buildings. Visitors can explore the cathedral, castle, and numerous museums showcasing the island's history. The panoramic views from the top of the walls are breathtaking, and the area is filled with charming restaurants, shops, and art galleries.

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Es Vedrà

Es Vedrà is a small, uninhabited rocky island located off the southwestern coast of Ibiza. This mysterious and iconic landmark is known for its dramatic silhouette and is surrounded by myths and legends, including tales of being a part of the lost city of Atlantis and having magnetic properties. The island is part of a protected nature reserve, and its towering cliffs rise majestically from the sea, creating a stunning visual experience. While you cannot set foot on Es Vedrà itself, there are several viewpoints on Ibiza that offer spectacular views, making it a must-visit for photographers and nature lovers.