Ibiza has reopened for tourists after months of isolation and restrictions.

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Ibiza has reopened for tourists after months of isolation and restrictions. The perfect destination for those who want an unforgettable holiday, offering its visitors thousands of small treasures hidden in just over 572 square kilometers. A multitude of proposals that allow you to live unforgettable experiences, in a friendly destination, able to guarantee the well-being of its visitors.

Ibiza is an island that is part of the Balearic archipelago and is located in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea. The island belongs to the Kingdom of Spain and is part of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia. The capital of the island is the city of Ibiza. In Catalan, the local language, the island and its capital are called Eivissa.

The island continues to be the ideal environment to enjoy your dream trip, whether with family, friends, as a couple, alone or with someone. Thanks to an enviable natural environment, valuable historical and cultural heritage, incredible gastronomy and unforgettable experiences, Ibiza always surprises with a wide and attentive offer for all tastes, all ages and all concerns, with innovative proposals that never cease. to amaze.

Natural features and mild Mediterranean climate, the island becomes the ideal place for outdoor sports and in full contact with nature: diving, hiking, swimming, tennis, sailing, surfing, golf… are just some of the possibilities offered by the island for business enthusiasts physics. In recent years, Ibiza has also become a landmark in organizing national and international sporting events, such as the Vuelta Cicloturista in Ibiza, the Salt Route, the Ibiza Marathon, the island round by mountain bike, Three Days Trail Ibiza, Ibiza Half Triathlon or Half Marathon.

Ibiza has reopened for tourists after months of isolation and restrictions.

The island accumulates centuries of history, tradition and customs waiting to be discovered. On the one hand, it is a cosmopolitan, modern, fun island, and on the other hand, Ibiza retains that essence of people who proudly maintain their history and tradition. An open society, but proud of its roots, customs and essence present in the shows and craft markets and in Adlib Fashion, a unique and singular industry that gathers in its designs a spirit and essence that make it unique in the world.

Adlib returns this year to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of an industry that exports light, simplicity and freedom emanating from the island itself all over the world. The history of fashion Adlib finds its origins in the traditional clothing of women in Ibiza, in embroidered petticoats, elaborate shawls, straw hats and "espardenyes" made of vegetable material. The multiculturalism of the island offers the originality and freshness necessary to make this catwalk one of the most authentic and special in the world and which, 50 years later, continues to proclaim the philosophy with which it was born: dress as you want, but with taste.

Going inside the island, the pines and junipers that cover the green mountains and the rural landscape of the island contrast with the miles of crystal clear waters that owe their shades of blue and turquoise to the Posidonia meadows, authentic forests submerged under the sea and whose incalculable ecological value has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This endemic species that is not found in other seas of the world is one of the greatest marine treasures that the island preserves.

The fine, golden sandy beaches, where you can enjoy the Ibiza sun, share miles of coastline with secluded bays, natural caves and unusual landscapes to enjoy every moment.

The rich history of the island and the valuable heritage left by the great civilizations make the Archaeological Museum of Puig des Molins a must-see. Over three thousand hypogea preserved in the largest Punic necropolis in the Mediterranean Sea, which keeps its essence under the watchful eye of Tanit, the Ibizan goddess whose image is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum.

The Phoenician imprint is present in every corner of the island, but it is especially evident in the settlement of Caleta, declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. This area, located on the south coast of the island, is next to a natural bay away from winds and tides. This pier, already used by the Phoenicians, is still in use and it is possible to disembark on the island as they did almost 3.000 years ago.

The settlement, whose size can be compared to other similar settlements on the peninsula, was active between the end of the 600th century BC. and the year XNUMX BC, acting as a base for incursions around the island and as a base for economic exchanges that took place between the south and north of the peninsula with other ports in the central Mediterranean. At the site, remains of houses, common areas that served as squares, where kilns, common use and alleys were found as vestiges of that past.

The Phoenicians of Sa Caleta carried out agricultural, fishing and animal husbandry activities, in addition to working to exploit the salt, even near it.

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