The third-largest Balearic island is particularly renowned for its exclusive and excessive nightlife. However, the island – which remained more or less undiscovered by tourists until the 1970s - has so much more to offer. Eivissa, as it is called in Catalan, is one of the few places on earth that is a natural as well as a cultural heritage of humanity site. Sixty sublime beaches beckon with warm, turquoise water, steep coasts, and flourishing forests. A paradise for many animals such as rare migratory bird species, sea horses and turtles. On Ibiza, one can also find untouched villages where the inhabitants still live and celebrate their traditional customs and culture. Isla fantastica!