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Ibiza is in the south of the Balearic Islands. The modern face of Ibiza is that of an island frequented by young people who come here to enjoy the renowned nightlife. Yet, despite this image, many parts of the island remain a natural paradise.
Ibiza geographical location has made it a strategic point on the east-west Mediterranean navigation routes as it benefits from ocean currents. This has meant that diverse cultures have settled on the island and an important urban centre was created, which began with the arrival of the Phoenicians.
Ibiza is the closest of the Balearic islands to the Spanish mainland, 83 km. In total Ibiza has 210 km, aprox. 131 miles, of coastline. Hire a car in Ibiza to visit the many unspoilt beaches along the coast.
Ibiza has stunning beaches, hidden coves and beautiful villages with typical narrow Spanish streets lined by whitewashed houses. Ibiza also enjoys a splendid cuisine. The most notable feature is without doubt its Mediterranean influence with a great emphasis placed on cereals, above all wheat, which when coupled with wine and olive oil makes up the typical Mediterranean trilogy.
The most famous dishes of Ibiza traditional cuisine, which you can sample in many of the island’s restaurants and some in the city, are: bullit (fish casserole), guisat de peix (local variation of the Mediterranean fish stew), sofrit pages (meat and sausages with lightly fired onion and garlic), borrida de rajada (skate in an almond sauce), arros sec (Ibizan paella).
Ibiza has also its folklore and traditional costume. Women are still to be seen wearing the traditional long gathered skirt and dark shawl. At festivals the costume is brightened with fine gold filigree necklaces. Ibiza dances are performed to the accompaniment of flute, tambourine and castanets, by groups whose skills become evident as they perform the steps faster and faster.
There is no doubt that Ibiza car hire is great to enjoy the visit as it gives you the freedom to make the most of your holiday. Please do not leave until the last minute your booking as sometimes Ibiza gets very busy and it is difficult to hire cars.
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