Ibiza is ready for summer
With summer looming on the horizon, the engines of the holiday season begin to heat up. Travel agencies begin to take their offers for flights and stays, and hotels begin to prepare for the high season near the coast of our country.
One of the places in Spain that changes most during the summer months is the island of Ibiza, and to a lesser extent its smaller neighbor, Formentera. Ibiza all year round is a quiet, somewhat bustling place in the main cities, but a good place to travel if you are looking for a place to rest and relax, especially in the downtown areas of the island. Or visit their coves and beaches aboard a boat or catamaran.
Throughout the autumn and winter months, the cultural offer on the island is often closely related to Ibizan gastronomy or to the hippie side of the island.
During the summer Ibiza dresses up as a party. The cities are filled with people who are looking for good music and a good atmosphere, clubs fill up, beaches are beginning to see more and more umbrellas and towels, and the ports are filled with people strolling and enjoying the Mediterranean climate.
Although leisure tourism is one of the main economic centers of the island, the Ibiza government also wants to boost cultural tourism during the high season months, so the island can also be a destination for those who do not seek a party, Although for this it is ideal to try to move away a little of the big cities of the island and to look for the towns of the interior or of the north zone of the island, zone that usually associates more to the payeses.
Renting a catamaran in Ibiza is one of the best ways to fully enjoy the beaches, coves and places the island offers.