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A Volley Of Things To Do In Ibiza

03rd July 2013 • Posted in Announcements

Having surprisingly been knocked out at Wimbledon, Rafael Nadal is probably already sunning himself on his yacht off the coast of Ibiza.

Ibiza Nadal

Heading out into the Mediterranean and taking holidays to the Balearic Islands for deep sea fishing may well be the tennis ace's preferred escape, but for all Brits, there is great deal going on in the Balearics. This is certainly the case with Ibiza, which is far from just being a party island.

Visitors heading here with this year would do well to take a trip to the nearby island of Formentura for example, where you can soak up the sun, or hiring a scooter or bike to further explore.

Natural Joys

However, the nature reserve and stunning salt pans full of bird life are a sheer joy. Regular boat trips go from Ibiza town, as well as Santa Eulalia and San Antonio, among other areas.

Those Brits wanting to stay firmly on the white island are spoilt for choice with beaches in particular, with Cala Jondal at San José being perhaps the most relaxed. Set in a secluded bay, there are some great bars and restaurants here too.

Las Salinas at Playa d'en Bossa is one of Ibiza’s liveliest towns, whilst Cala D’Hort, close to Cala Vadella is a joy, but can get busy during high season too.

However, with over 80 beaches in this island to choose from, eager searchers will be able to find something just right for them after arriving on cheap flights to the Balearic Islands with

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