In addition to being the island of fun, discos and beaches, in reality Ibiza also has other aspects that often young people who are lost in the crowd of worldly clubs can not see.
Not by chance was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its exceptional cultural and natural wealth of many of its locations: the Phoenician ruins of Sa Caleta, the walled city of Dalt Vila, the Natural Reserve of Ses Salines and the Punic necropolis of Puig des Molins.
An island which in the past has been dominated by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Vandals, Romans, Byzantines, Visigoths, Muslims and Catalan.
Ibiza cultures and traditions of different civilizations have been integrated and merged with each other making the island, originally poor and without resources, a real source of wealth.
His unconventional side of course is not to be overlooked because every year attracts millions of tourists ready to attend the clubs most irreverent of Europe.
Some people prefer to live Ibiza during the day, plunge into its welcoming atmosphere, rummaging through flea markets and bathe in the crystal clear waters, and those who love to live at night, around its trendy.