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Although Ibiza is often associated with hard parties and relentless dance music the island also possesses secluded white beaches, vibrant blue waters and a wide range of family activities. 

Many visitors will go to Ibiza to lay on the beaches during the day and head out to the nightclubs in the evening, and the appeal of this is understandable.  The glorious sun is matched by the glory of the beaches, and the coastline is long enough to find quiet stretches of sand in secluded coves if you want to avoid the more crowded popular beaches.  At night, the Playa d’en Bossa and San Antonio resorts are the hotspots for partying, and many of the nightclubs are wheelchair accessible due to their size.  There are also areas such as the Santa Eulalia where you can expect a more laid back experience, with bars and restaurants lining the waterfront and a great set of shops to explore.  Speaking of restaurants, there are many examples of great cuisine to be found in Ibiza, which range from typical Spanish tapas and paella to dishes from cultures across the globe – though these are often closed out of season.

Away from the bars, night clubs and eateries, Ibiza’s World Heritage persona shines brightly.  The island’s marine community supports a plethora of protected wildlife, and some of its wetlands are considered essential for the survival of migratory birds. 

The centuries-old architecture found in some parts of Ibiza make for a truly impressive sight.  Visitors will find stunning structures such as the Curia’s House, Santo Domingo’s Church and those of Sant Jordi and Sant Francesc de s’Estany, the Phoenician town of Sa Caleta … the list goes on.

In May the season begins and winds down in October, but the islands are gorgeous in early spring when the almond blossom is blooming, and the temperature remains extremely comfortable too, despite the slightly higher likelihood of rain.

Ibiza offers both ends of the spectrum for an accessible, disabled-friendly holiday: the soothing lull of the coastline for relaxing breaks, and the more exciting, bustling thrill of the nightlife for a livelier time away.

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