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Ibiza Travel Articles - Ibiza North and East

South and inland from Portinatx is the little town of Sant Joan de Labritja, with a resident population of just 400, it has its own Town Hall, and is in fact the primary town of a municipality which cover almost one third of the island of Ibiza. Sant Joan attracted hordes of hippies during the 1960’s, and a large hippy community grew up here. Worth a visit in Sant Joan de Labritja is the 18th century parish church and the aforementioned.......read full article: Ibiza North and East.

Ibiza Travel Articles - Ibiza Town

Originally founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC, Ibiza Town still boasts some remains from these early times. Its Dalt Vila (Upper Town) still has fortifications erected in the 16th century and culture seekers will certainly not be disappointed with a visit to this part of town. At its highest point stands the Santa Maria de las Nieves cathedral completed in 1592 and largely rebuilt during the 18th century.........read full article: Ibiza Town.

Ibiza Articles - Ibiza East the West Coast

The west coast of Ibiza is renowned for its magnificent beaches, many of which are tucked away in isolated coves along a rugged coastline backed by pine laden mountain slopes. Perhaps the most beautiful region of Ibiza, this coastline has a number of small friendly resorts together with the 2nd largest town on the island - Sant Antoni de Portmany (often called San Antonio or simply ‘San An’).........read full article: Ibiza West Coast.

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