A paradise for party-goers and sunworshippers
Ibiza is one of the Mediterranean Balearic Islands. Its coastline is lined with small coves with crystal clear seas and sandy beaches.
Ibiza is famous for the frenzied pace of its night life, especially its dance floors and disco bars.
Away from the tourist hotspots, Ibiza is also a quiet island where visitors can just relax and sunbathe in peace.
Regular flights between Rennes and Ibiza via Paris.
> Climate: Ibiza enjoys a Mediterranean climate with very hot summers and rather mild winters.
> Time difference with France: none
> Currency: Euro
> Travel documents required: Passport or valid national identity card for EU citizens. A tetanus booster injection and health insurance are recommended.
> Tourist information: http://www.ibiza.travel or http://www.spain.info/en/que-quieres/ciudades-pueblos/provincias/ibiza.html
A quiet beach away from the main tourist hotspots. You can enjoy tapas and tasty, original local dishes in the excellent restaurant nearby.
Dalt Vila ramparts
The old 16th century city walls that took forty years to build. They surround the historic town centre listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Ibiza Archeological Museum
The museum displays a rich archeological heritage with collections illustrating the historical role played by the island.
A favourite with revellers, where the prices are still reasonable. It is famous for its breath-taking sunsets.
Some typical dishes
Ibiza is famous for its local cuisine, with Sofrit pagès (Farmer's sautéd meats) as the main course, followed by Flaó tart for dessert, a sweet made with fresh ewe’s milk cheese and specially associated with Easter.