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Ibiza has a reputation as the ‘party island’ of the Mediterranean, and while arguably, the majority of its visitors are there to dance the night away in any one of the famous bars and clubs, this beautiful island has a lot more to offer visitors who are prepared to head off the beaten track.
Its 220 square miles of isolated coves and secluded beaches make car hire in Ibiza a must for anyone wishing to explore the natural beauty of this island paradise. Many of these ‘secret spots’ are off the main tourist trail, and rarely visited by the majority of holidaymakers, so you may well find a quiet, peaceful spot in the sun all to yourself!
The main resorts of San Antonio and Playa D’en Bossa are obviously well developed and very busy, although as these towns are home to some of the world famous clubs, these really come alive at night. Santa Eulalia is a much quieter, family friendly area with shops, restaurants and art galleries reflecting the traditional roots of the island.
While many holidaymakers never leave Ibiza town, the capital of the island has much more to offer than just raucous nightlife. There are two fabulous marinas to rival Marbella for glitz and glamour, and in the old town you’ll find an old Arab fortress, just one of the many UNESCO world heritage sites to be found on the island, which is surprisingly rich in cultural history.
AurigaCrown offers car hire from Ibiza airport (IBZ), meaning you can make your own way around Ibiza as soon as you get there. Please see booking terms and conditions on your selected car before you confirm your booking, as some operators may have restrictions or minimum age for drivers on the island.
Casa Broner was built in 1960 by Erwin Broner (1898-1971), an important character in the creative scene of the city. Founder of the group of artists “Ibiza59” and an architect and painter who gave their best to the city that adopted him when he fled from the Nazis chasing him for his Jewish origin. The property which functioned as a residence and studio Broner was declared of Cultural Interest in the monument category in 2000 for being a representative building of the architecture of the island and is part of the Broner Foundation dedicated to promoting the work of the artist and other activities of cultural interest. So in addition to spreading the artistic legacy of Broner and his group, is a reference to the architecture of Ibiza and a space for research and exchange of knowledge and architectural proposals. (more…)