World famous for its beaches and clubs, Ibiza also has another appealing side
Visiting a party isle
With regular, quick boat service between islands, a day trip to one of Minorca's neighbouring Balearic Islands is a snap. Ibiza is a particularly good candidate, its world fame and more than 700,000 annual visitors from all over the world earned by its party-hearty summer season of buzzing beaches and sizzling nightlife, all to a throbbing club soundtrack of electronica, trance, and house. But another great thing about this island is that there's much more to it than that. Small, picturesque towns like Sant Antoni, Santa Eulalia, and Santa Gertrudis, their whitewashed façades accented with Mediterranean plants and flowers, offer a laid-back window into authentic local culture. Another highlight is Can Marçà Cave, more than 100,000 years old.
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