Ibiza the Holy Grail for Guetta and Private Island Tours
The population of Ibiza swells annually to over six million tourists to visit the Holy Grail of dance music and book backstage tours for a private meet and greet with DJ's like David Guetta, Sven Väth and much more. While Ibiza is mostly known for the clubbing side of things, the sandy beaches and watersports available here are fantastic, and there are some destinations on the Island that deal exclusively with family friendly holidays.
Sa Caleta is one of many resorts that specialise in romantic getaways with stunning sunsets and restaurants with staff ready to make any night a night to remember. Private Phoenician Ruins sightseeing tours are a perfect way to start the cultural end of your holiday as you will see how first settlers made Ibiza Island home.
Ibiza is full of beautiful palm trees along the white sandy beaches and wacky water sports, but there is also a beautiful cultural side to the Island waiting to be explored. Private village sightseeing tours will let you see real island life with a lot of locals converting their homes into front room restaurants and traditional B&B's with unique service and lots of helpful local information to make your Ibiza holiday and tours perfect.
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Private Phoenician Ruins Sightseeing Tours See How First Settlers Made Ibiza Home
Believed to be home to the first settlers on Ibiza Island the Phoenician ruins are in disrepair but there are dedicated archaeologists digging and cleaning up the site on an ongoing basis. Tour guides will escort you to the viewing area near the ruins and thrill you with the history and details of this rare sight. The settlers decided on this particular area due to it's location to the salt marshes and the many fruitful resources available in the area.
This settlement dates back to the 8th century but was abandoned and relocated to Ibiza Bay at a later date, as the settlement population grew. The layout of the town will show the narrow little streets with square rooms where it is believed ovens were located to prepare food for the all the village people. There are smelting rooms and residential areas; a whole community in one, while you can only view this settlement from the coastline, it is amazing to see Ibiza's most visited tour destination.
Travel Tips for Ibiza
Ibiza Island can get sweltering, but thankfully it is on the edge of the Balearic Sea so you may get a bit of a cool breeze often which is perfect for escorted Island tours. The location of the Island makes the weather consistently good most of the year. It is quite hot in the high summer season so maybe best to go in the cooler months if you like to walk around visiting the many sites and feel more relaxed.
Ibiza registered tour guides believe 100.00 to 120.00 euros per day should cover two people for food, refreshments, and beach beds or entry to beach clubs. Tours on the island are relatively cheap, and many of them include some refreshments with breakfast or dinner. Alcohol and restaurants are averagely priced on the island, and many tourists tend to eat out as it is cheaper than then cooking at home.
Prices are the same as most EU resorts, and holidaymakers should budget 100.00 to 120.00 euros per day. Most shops take credit cards, but smaller stores and markets on Ibiza rarely do. Book your private guided island tours in advance to get more reasonable rates. Accommodation is reasonable, car hire is inexpensive as and hopping is very popular here.
Ibiza's location makes the weather consistently good most of the year even in the winter months. There is usually only a small amount of rain in the winter month from November and March. Flight packages and hotel accommodation are much cheaper off season than in the high season but deals are available. It's an ideal place for a winter holiday as the lowest temperature is around 13 degrees.