Ibiza is most famous for its parties, which have their beginnings with explosive era of the nineteen sixties, to nineteen seventies, when a phenomena of counter-cultural youth began blossoming throughout the world, and avidly travelling it as well. Ibiza, a small, obscure town with a very independent streak, attracted the liberal, futuristic thinkers and began flourishing as a haven for artists, musicians and others who preferred alternative life-styles.
There is far more to Ibiza’s attractiveness than as a party town, however. For musicians and artists, dreamers and thinkers to be inspired, there must be a positive quality. The rocky island, so rugged, so daunting for the foot traveller, is a land of spectacular beauty, with a variety of small coves and beaches, from broad, sandy stretches, to cliff-sheltered shelves, rocks pointing up from the water like teeth. There are delicate eco-systems, trembling with plant life, birds and fish.
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