Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ibiza Beaches – Separating The “Good Beaches” From The “Best Beaches”

Spain’s Ibiza island is well known around the world for it’s rich natural beauty. It’s also known as having a culture that it unique to itself, with traditions and a heritage that dates back to the days of the Roman civilization.

The island of Ibiza is one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. With a moderate climate tempered by the surrounding Mediterranean Sea, Ibiza’s summer months are perfectly suited for partying and lounging at one of the many Ibiza beaches.

One of the benefits of being on a tiny island like Ibiza is the many beaches that you can select from. Since there are over 80 beaches to choose from, you can select the perfect beach for you depending on the mood that you are currently in.

Ibiza-Beach-ChairsWant someplace quiet and away from the crowds? Ibiza offers that. Want something big, loud and popular? Ibiza offers that as well.

No holiday is complete without the beach day or two, so let’s highlight a two of the most popular Ibiza beaches for you to visit. We’ll look at the Playa den Bossa, and Salinas.

The Play den Bossa beach is one of the biggest Ibiza beaches.

This beach is nicknamed the “Rolex-Beach,” because watching, or being watched is one of the main “attractions” of this beach. If your main goal for visiting Ibiza is to get a piece of the “party life,” this is a beach you should check out. If crowds aren’t your cup of tea, you may want to avoid this beach.

Ses Salinas beach is a great afternoon beach with warm weather, consistent waves, and cool refreshing water.

Three bars lie on one end of the beach. If you want to avoid the crowds, you’ll want to check out this beach before 2 pm as this beach gets crowded in the evening.

No island trip is complete without the beach day, so make sure and check out the many Ibiza beaches for yourself.

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