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Stories and Tips Ibiza

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Casablanca Caper

Written by hagnel2 on 15 Dec, 2004

Casablanca: {Arabic name Daru-I- Bayda} Morocco’s largest city is unlike the sleepy colonial outpost portrayed inCasablanca. It is a brash, busy metropolis After the Phoenicians, the Berbers were its first inhabitants; they were there long before the Arabs. The Romans, Portuguese, Spanish, and…Read More

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Gibraltar: The Rock on the Edge of a Continent

Written by hagnel2 on 15 Dec, 2004

Gibraltar is located on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. Overlooking the strait of Gibraltar, it is linked to the Spanish mainland by a narrow isthmus. This ancient "rock" attracts thousands of British ex-pats living in Spain. They go to stock up on all the…Read More

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A Stroll through Cadiz: City of Churches and Squares

Written by hagnel2 on 15 Dec, 2004

Cadiz: It is a typically Andalusian city with a Moorish atmosphere. We were delighted to find a pleasant walkable city with a maze of narrow streets and white buildings. A must see is the 18th-century Baroque cathedral. It is also one of…Read More

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Es Pujols - Formentera Island

Written by britgirl7 on 07 Apr, 2005

To take a break from the frantic clubbing on Ibiza, my husband and I took a couple of hour ferry rides from the Ibiza port to the island of Formentera. Upon arrival in the harbour town of La Savina, we caught a local bus to…Read More

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Ibiza: Old Town Meander

Written by hagnel2 on 15 Dec, 2004

Ibiza: Located between Spain and North Africa is one of the Balearic Islands. Its very location made it a target for many invaders. The Carthaginians founded it over 2,000 years ago. Romans and Moors occupied the island; their imprints are visible today. By…Read More

Ibiza, A Spiritual Experience

Written by oddball on 05 Jul, 2003

Ibiza is known mainly as the island that never sleeps, but it has so much more to offer. Besides the bars and clubs that are mainly on the south of the island, there are plenty of beachside cafes, restaurants that cater for every palate, tours…Read More

Es Cana- East Coast

Written by DanielleMurray on 08 Aug, 2003

I stayed in an all-inclusive complex in Es Cana. This is a great resort for families with young children as nearly all the bars are family friendly and there is a lovely long beach. The school holidays mean this resort gets very busy…Read More

Tips for clubbers

Written by DanielleMurray on 07 Aug, 2003

You are never too far from San Antonio as Ibiza is a small island and taxis are very reasonably priced. If you go to a club early (before 10pm) it's sometimes free entry. You can spend a lot of money getting into Es…Read More

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The real Ibiza

Written by Blue Angel on 23 Jul, 2003

As well as lively modern resorts with almost non-stop nightlife, Ibiza has its tranquil side too. There's plenty of sun, fun, and watersports on its glorious beaches, but there are also picturesque, white-washed villages, where the way of life has hardly changed for centuries. Try…Read More

Don't get me wrong... Ibiza is FUN

Written by Kelstone on 19 Nov, 2002

You may perhaps wonder about the fact that I've mentioned several negatives in my journal. The fact is we had a wonderful time in Ibiza doing things that are "off the beaten path"--not things that we read about in the few guide books we could…Read More

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