Ibiza Real Estate

27 October 2011

Real Estate in Ibiza


The beautiful Island of Ibiza, often called the ‘White Island' is the most diverse of the Balearic Islands, in the Mediterranean Sea, 79 km off the coast of the city of Valencia in Spain. Its largest cities are Ibiza Town, Santa Eularia des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany. Ibiza is predominantly known for its summer club parties, attracting thousands of tourists yearly, but the island offers more than just extreme partying. The island and the Spanish Tourist Office have been promoting more family – oriented tourism and because of this, Ibiza is now one of the most popular resorts in Spain to buy property and reside in.

Here are several reasons to live and buy property in Ibiza:

Incredible beaches: Ibiza boasts world famous Mediterranean beaches – from extremely popular and exclusive beaches to deserted, quiet beaches, there is something for all here. With over 80 beaches, you can select the perfect beach for whatever occasion. Enjoy the crystal clear waters and fine white sandy beaches, and watch breathtaking sunsets with your family.

Incredible climate: What makes Ibiza so popular is its sunny Mediterranean climate, with long warm summers and short mild winters. This location boasts close to 300 days sunshine per year, and rainfall is infrequent. During July and August, the weather is both hot and sunny and there are nearly 11 hours of sun each day in Ibiza. Fewer sunny days occur in November, December and January, with fine, mild weather on most days. Each season has something unique to offer visitors to the island.

Incredible recreational activities: One can practice many different sports and other activities all year round. Not only can you spend the summer sunbathing, but hikers, divers and water sports lovers can enjoy the islands various activities. With thrilling sports such as parasailing, adventure diving excursions, paintball, nautical trips and many more, there is much to do to keep you and your family entertained. Due to tourism and expatriates maintaining residences on the island, languages such as English, German and Russian are spoken, in addition to the official languages of Ibiza – Spanish and Catalan. With the vast numbers of foreigners living on the island, Ibiza is virtually a melting pot of Germans, British, Latin Americans, Moroccans, French, Italians, Dutch, in addition to a myriad of other nationalities.

Over the last few years, property in Ibiza has risen in value and continues to rise. Buying property now is an investment, whether you want to live in Ibiza or visit on a regular basis, your property will be guaranteed to become a great investment.

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