Once the playground for European hippies, Ibiza is home to some of Europe’s most famous dance clubs, including Es Paradis, Pacha, Space, Amnesia, Manumission and Cream.
Or check out the less-crowded resorts of Portinatx on the north coast and Port de Sant Miquel on the east coast.
Away from the beaches, wander the narrow streets of D'Alt Vila, Ibiza’s medieval hilltop town surrounded by 22m-high stone walls and lined with 500-year-old houses – a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.
Then explore the district of Sa Penya, a labyrinth of stone-paved streets crammed with shops, bars and restaurants descending from D'Alt Vila to the harbour.
Hire a car or water taxi and explore isolated coves along the coast. Go hiking along coastal paths and across rolling hillsides scattered with old whitewashed houses, pine forests and groves of orange, almond, fig and olive trees.
In Ibiza town, try the luxurious Mirador de Dalt Vila, a former palace filled with museum-quality furniture, Oriental rugs and works of art.
Or choose La Ventana, an intimate hotel also located within the historic walls of the old walled town, or the most famous boutique hotel on Ibiza – the legendary 4-star El Pacha, located on the Paseo Maritime and connected to the dance club, Pacha.
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In Sant Antoni de Portmany (or San Antonio de Portmany), check out the elegant Hotel Village or try Pikes, a former finca (country estate), now transformed into a luxurious hotel.
In Santa Eulària des Ríu, try the comfortable Sol Elite S’Argamassa or the Hotel Catalonia Ses Estaques, which has its own private white-sand beach.
Mallorca, Spain’s most popular Mediterranean resort island, is crammed with bars, restaurants and hotels. Menorca is generally considered the least developed and most tranquil of the Balearic Islands.
Latest update about this honeymoon destination: 10 February, 2017
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