Ibiza is a Mediterranean island situated 80km off of the coast of Valencia.
The Island is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, which is an autonomous community of Eastern Spain.
Like many locations on the eastern coast of Spain, Ibiza's local language is a derivation of Catalan, rather than the Castillian language spoken throughout most of Spain. For this reaon, many place names on the island of Ibiza actually have Catalan and a Castillian versions.
Ibiza has gained immense popularity over the last twenty years for its nightlife experience and affiliations with electronic music, DJs and producers. Interestingly, Ibiza's founders back in 654BC dedicated the Island to Bes, the god of music, celebration and dance.
However, music and dance didn't contribute towards Ibiza's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its coastline, sealife and architecture all being recognised instead.
Tourists flock to Ibiza seeking all kinds of holidaying experiences on Ibiza - nearly 3 million tourists pack their bags for the Balearic Island every year.
This popular Mediterranean tourist destination offers temperatures reaching between 22 and 26 degrees C on a regular basis, whilst the colder seasons often bring about temperatures in the upper-teens. The climate reaches its pinnacle during the summer months, with August being the Islands hottest month with an average temperature of 30 degrees C.
Ibiza has an intriguing demographic, with nearly 30 percent of inhabitants hailing from other countries as migrants. In addition, the population has grown by 50 per cent since 2001, with nearly 140,000 people living on the Island today compared to 88,000 at the turn of the millennium.
Much of Ibiza is commercialised as a result of its reputable night life, resulting in live music events such as Ibiza Rocks and various music venues that host DJs and bands from across the world.
However, many parts of the Island have been protected after the island became a World Heritage Site, including many coastal areas and significant landmarks such as God's Finger in Benirras Bay.