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With its amazing beaches, coves, and towering cliffs, the island of Ibiza is renowned for the pine trees, which cover its inland. Together with its smaller sister island, Formentera, the lush evergreens which grow here are why these islands are collectively known as the Pine Islands, or Pituses. Ibiza is accessible by boat from the Spanish mainland or by plane to Ibiza Airport. You can arrange for ground transportation to meet you at either the airport or the marina in your own ****Ibiza car hire.
Reserve a car hire in Ibiza to explore the island's romantic, cobbled streets. Visit its unique boutiques, fabulous restaurants, and chic bars, where you can spend an afternoon simply watching the beautiful people pass by. Head north to the island's famous beaches, and enjoy a Sunday drum circle with the Ibiza hippies.
The largest and most beautiful town on the island, Ibiza Town, is one of the oldest and most well preserved medieval towns in all of Europe. Here you can find Ibiza's stunning 16th century cathedral, with views of the neighboring islands and beyond.
On the east side of the island is Es Cana, where you find the popular Ibiza Hippie Market. The Es Cana hillside is covered with stalls selling all manner of goods. This is a great place to find the beaded necklaces and bangles, pipes and bongs, and other token souvenirs for the ones you left back home.
Visit the Ibiza restaurants to taste some Spanish Pallea during your stay. The dish was traditionally cooked with the local game of the time, including rabbit, chicken and snails. In Ibiza it is served with seafood instead of snails. Many restaurants on the island cook their paella in giant pans up to six feet in circumference!