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Beaches

Aigua Blanques

Aigua Blanques

Cala Bassa

Cala Bassa

Calla Xarraca

Calla Xarraca

Cala Benirrás

Cala Benirrás

Cala Conta

Cala Conta

Cala d'Hort

Cala d'Hort

Cala Vadella

Cala Vadella

Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta

Cala Jondal

Cala Jondal

San Antonio

San Antonio

Restaurants

Amante Beach Club

Amante Beach Club

Atzaró

Atzaró

Bambuddha

Bambuddha

Can Domingo

 Can Domingo

Km5 Ibiza

Km5 Ibiza

La Oliva

La Oliva

Las Dos Lunas

Las Dos Lunas

Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel

Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel

Ushuaia Tower is a hot Ibiza restaurant

Ushuaia Tower is a hot Ibiza restaurant

Nikki Beach’s Ibiza

Nikki Beach’s Ibiza

San Antonio is Sa Capella

San Antonio is Sa Capella

Sa Punta

Sa Punta

Sublimotion by Paco Roncero

Sublimotion by Paco Roncero

The Harbour Club Ibiza

 The Harbour Club Ibiza

Vi Cool by Sergi Arola

Vi Cool by Sergi Arola

Night Club

Amnesia

Amnesia

DC10

DC10

Es Paradis

Es Paradis

Ibiza Rocks

Ibiza Rocks

Pacha

Pacha

Privilege

Privilege

Sankeys

Sankeys

Space

Space

Ushuaia

Ushuaia

For Kids

Banana Dance Studios

Banana Dance Studios

Casita Verde

Casita Verde

Can Horse Ibiza

Can Horse Ibiza

El árbol de las risas

El árbol de las risas

Ibiza Sport Life

Ibiza Sport Life

Ibiza Swim

Ibiza Swim

Mama Fitness Ibiza

Mama Fitness Ibiza

Minibiza

Minibiza

Ocean Mania

Ocean Mania

Piruleto Parks

Piruleto Parks

Activity’s

Ibiza town

Ibiza town

The South East

The South East

The South West

The South West

The North West

The North West

The North East

The North East

The Centre

The Centre

History

Discover Ibiza History

Ibiza, is the third island of the Balearic archipelago in term of surface. Ibiza forms with Formentera the Pitiüses Islands. It was the name given by the Greek; it means "pine islands".

Situated in the former Phoenicians Sun Road, Ibiza is situated in the western Mediterranean Sea and it has a 572 square kilometres surface and 200 kilometres of coasts. The highest point of the island is Atalaiassa (475 metres) and around the island we can count a total of 48 islands.

The story of Ibiza begins in 1600 years before Jesus Christ, although it is not chronologically referenced before the year 654 when Carthage create Ibosim, today named Eivissa, capital of the Island. It is Diodoro Siculo who supplies us the first text reference about the island: "... Having been named Sardinia first, the island was called Pitiusa, due to the number of pines on it..."

After the Carthaginian time comes the Roman domination. During this period Ibiza carries the title of Confederate City. The next five centuries are called "dark centuries" due to the few information left. The island was owned by the Barbarians and the Byzantine until the year 711 when Arabic land on the Island and call it "Yebisah".

The historic date for the island is August 8th 1235, date of the Catalan conquest. At this moment the islands of Ibiza and Formentera join "the western world". You have also to note that during centuries Ibiza was a meeting point for the Saracen vessels which ravaged the Mediterranean Sea, protected by the Turkish squadron. It is during these times that were built the towers which surround the island and the aspect of fortress of the rural churches.

Today, the Island of Ibiza is divided into five provinces: Eivissa the capital; Santa Eulària, Sant Antoni, Sant Josep and Sant Joan.

Sports

Sunset Point Sports Resort & ROXY Camp

Sunset Point Sports Resort & ROXY Camp

SUP Boat Ibiza/Stand Up Paddle Centre

SUP Boat Ibiza/Stand Up Paddle Centre

Take Off Parasailing

Take Off Parasailing

Helicopter Flights Ibiza

Helicopter Flights Ibiza

Bee Fit Sports Club

Bee Fit Sports Club

Captain Nemo Coaching & Sports

Captain Nemo Coaching & Sports

Fishing Ibiza

Fishing Ibiza

Karting Ibiza

Karting Ibiza

Mobility Aids

Mobility Abroad

blue badgeIf you are going to Ibiza on your holiday this year, don’t forget to contact us for the hire an rental of mobility scooters.

Website: http://www.mobilityabroad.com/ibiza.html

Mobility Direct

blue badgeWe take the stress out of sourcing mobility equipment hire for a holiday, a short stay away from home or an event you may be attending. We have an exhaustive list of mobility equipment suppliers in destinations throughout the UK, the rest of Europe and the rest of the world. If one supplier does not have a product we will find another supplier who does.

Website: http://www.mobilityequipmenthiredirect.com

Bus

Ibiza Bus

bus 1Please see the website for time tables, routes and prices, please note the website is avaliable in English

Website: http://ibizabus.com

Medical Assistance

Medical Center/HospitalAddressTownAreaTel. Number
iphone Centro de Salud Formentera     Formentera 902 079 079
iphone Hospital de Formentera Lugar Venda des Brolls s/n Sant Francesc Formentera 971 321 212
iphone Centro de Salud Can Misses Corona s/n   Ibiza 971 397 097
iphone Centro de Salud de Es Viver Music Fermi s/n   Ibiza 971 391 177
iphone Centro Medico Ibiza     Ibiza 971 33 40 60
iphone Consultorio Sa Penya Plaza Drassaneta 3   Ibiza 971 316 434
iphone Hospital Can Misses Hospital Can Misses Corona s/n Ibiza 971 397 000
iphone Policlinica Nuestra Senora del Rosario Via Romana s/n   Ibiza 971 301 916
iphone Residencia Asistida Cas Serres     Ibiza 971 392 994
iphone Centre Salud San Antonio Alicante 33   San Antonio 971 345 102
iphone Unidad Basica San Rafael Edif. Polivalente San Rafael San Antonio 971 198 396
iphone Centro Medico de San Jose de sa Talaia     San Jose 971 800 425
iphone Consultorio Medico Cala de Bou   Cala de Bou San Jose 971 345 721
iphone Unidad Basica Cala de Bou Ctra. Nova de Port des Torrent Cala de Bou San Jose 971 343 334
iphone Unidad Basica San Agustin Escoles Noves s/n San Agustin San Jose 971 800 559
iphone Unidad Basica San Jordi Finca can Mariano Palerm San Jordi San Jose 971 396 599
iphone Unidad Basica San Jose Pere Escanellas s/n   San Jose 971 800 458
iphone Unidad Basica Sant Jordi   Sant Jordi San Jose 971 396 599
iphone Consultorio San Juan Edif. Polivalente   San Juan 971 333 137
iphone Consultorio San Miguel Detras Escoles Velles San Miguel San Juan 971 334 595
iphone Unidad Basica San Miguel     San Juan 971 334 195
iphone Unidad Basica Sant Joan     San Juan 971 333 125
iphone Centro de Salud de Jesus   Jesus Santa Eulalia 971 310 406
iphone Centro de Salud de Puig den Valls   Puig den Valls Santa Eulalia 971 310 410
iphone Centro Medico Santa Eulalia Avda. Ricardo Curtoys 1   Santa Eulalia 971 332 300
iphone Consultorio de Santa Eulalia Mariano Riquer 4   Santa Eulalia 971 339 050
iphone Consultorio Santa Eulalia     Santa Eulalia 902 079 079
iphone Unidad Basica de Jesus Barrio Can Sire Jesus Santa Eulalia 971 191 699
iphone Unidad Basica Puig den Valls Torrent de Ses Dones s/n Puig den Valls Santa Eulalia 971 191 720
iphone Unidad Basica San Carlos   San Carlos Santa Eulalia 971 333 137
iphone Unidad Basica Santa Gertrudis Edif. Polivalente   Santa Eulalia 971 197 570

Important Tel. Numbers

Consulates
British Consulate 971 301 818
Emergency call after 8pm 606 987 626
Emergency call before 8pm 917 008 200
USA 913 082 761
Canada 914 233 250
   
Credit Card Account Blocking
Visa 900 991 21
Euro Card/Master Card 900 971 231
American Express 900 941 413
Diners 00 44 1252 513500
ATM/Debit Cards 00 44 1604 230
   
Services
Telefonica 1002
Gesa Ibiza 971 226 262
Gesa Formentera 902 500 902
Repsol Butano 901 100 100
Water (via Policia Local) 92
Water - Formentera 971 322 034
Airport
Airport information 971 809 000
Air Berlin 971 308 614
British Airways 971 265 174
Thomson 971 395 449
My Travel 971 809 117
Thomas Cook 902 490 902
Futura 971 395 565
Easy Jet 971 809 010
Star Airlines (by Iberia) 971 300 833
Iberia/Air Nostrum 902 400 500
Air Europa 902 401 501
   
Taxis
Ibiza Town 971 398 483
Santa Eululia 971 333 033
San Antonio 971 340 074
Formentera 971 322 016
   
Ferries
Trasmediterranea 902 454 645
Trasmapi 971 312 071
Pitra-Balearia 902 191 068
Balearia 902 160 180
Umafisa 902 191 068
 
Motoring
RAC 934 481 490
AA 00 44 191 223 7071
RACC 902 452 452
ITV 971 19 59 06
   
Miscellaneous
National Information 11818
International Information 11825
Tourist Information Ibiza 971 301 900
Tourist Info. Formentera 971 322 057
   
Animal Help 
Animal Shelter D.U.O. (Dogs) 971 197 430
Animal Shelter D.U.O. (Cats) 971 395 803
Animal legal aid ADDA 689 772 124
Vet Euro Animal Clinic 971 326 021
Emergency 600 580 880
Vet Clinica Veterinaria 971 329 011
Emergency 607 800 448
Dog Catcher/Community Animal Shelter  
Eivissa & San Antonio: Perrera Eivissa 971 192 281
(Open from 12noon-2pm)
Rest of the island: Can Dog 971 325 284

Ibiza is considered to be a popular tourist destination, especially due to its legendary and at times riotous nightlife centred on two areas: Ibiza Town, the island's capital on the southern shore and Sant Antoni to the West. Well-known nightclubs are Pacha, Amnesia, Space, Es Paradís and DC10. During the summer, the top producers and DJs in dance come to the island and play at the various clubs, in between touring to other international destinations. Some of the most famous DJs run their own weekly nights around the island. Many of these DJs use Ibiza as an outlet for presenting new songs within the house, trance and techno genres of electronic dance music. The city has achieved renown worldwide fame as a cultural centre for house and trance in particular, with its name often being used as a partial metonym for the particular flavour of electronic music originating there, much like Goa in India.

Since 2005, the live music event Ibiza Rocks has helped to redefine the Ibiza party landscape. Bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, The Prodigy, and the Kaiser Chiefs have played in the courtyard of the Ibiza Rocks Hotel.

Elsewhere on the island, underground music parties are common and enjoyed by the many international musicians, artists, and travellers that are drawn to the unique creative environment of Ibiza.

The season traditionally begins at the start of June with Space and DC10's opening parties and finishes on the first weekend of October with the Closing Parties. A typical schedule for clubbers going to Ibiza includes waking at noon, early evening naps, late night clubbing, and "disco sunrises." Due to Ibiza's notable tolerance toward misbehaviour from young adult tourists, it has acquired the sobriquet "Gomorrah of the Med." Also well-known is Café del Mar, a long-standing bar where many tourists traditionally view the sunset made famous by José Padilla, who has released more than a dozen eponymous album compilations of ambient music played at the location. That and other bars nearby have become an increasingly popular venue for club pre-parties after sunset, hosting popular DJ performers.