MAP OF IBIZA
Following is a map of Ibiza which you can enlarge and explore with your zoom function and mouse. If the icon of the little man is in color, you may use the function "street view" to see the street photographed in 360º. Then drag the "little man icon" to the desired street, placing the icon on the blue border as you drag.
Ibiza (in Catalan and officially Eivissa) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. With Formentera, it is one of the two Pine Islands or Pityuses. According to the 2008 national census, Ibiza had 125.053 habitants. The coastlenght is 210 km, where small bays can be found. The maximum distances of the island are 41 kilometers from north to south and 15 kilometers from east to west.
Ibiza has very irregular forms of mountains. The highest mountain is Sa Talaia in the area of St. José, which is 475 m high.
The island is well known for it's summer club parties which attract large numbers of tourists and celebrities of movie and music world. But the island is also offering a family-oriented tourism and many possibilities all year around due to it's warm climate. Noted clubs include Pacha, Privilege (ex Ku), Amnesia, Es Paradis and Café del Mar. It is also home to the legendary "Port" and"Old Town" in the district of Ibiza, a popular stop for many tourists.
Ibiza is situated 79 km off the coast of the mainland of Spain, in front of Denia, 140 km southeast of the island Mallorca, and north of Fomentera. It's capital city is Ibiza (in Catalan Eivissa) besides Santa Eularia del Rio y San Antonio de Portmany y the major district, San José.
Ibiza and Formentera, called Islas Pitiusas (Pine Islands) are an archipelago different in it's form than Mallorca and Menorca, even though now known as Archipelago Balear and being part of the same administrative unity. The island has only one river, en Santa Eulalia del Río, the only river in the Baleares, which is dried out permanently since many years due to excessive exploration of the aquiferous resources of the island.