Ibiza is the third largest of Balearic Islands and one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. It is often called the White Island, or la Isla Blanca in Spanish.
Ibiza is well known as “mecca of fun” and endless partying in the most famous clubs of the world, but it also has historically and culturally rich and important side of the island. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is very desirable sailing destination.
The island is surrounded by some of the most pristine waters in the Mediterranean, crystal clear waters and magnificent white sand beaches. There are also high towering cliffs denesly covered with pine trees, for which are Ibiza and nearby island Formentera called the Pine Islands or Pityuses.