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The Other Ibiza

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We all know Ibiza for its huge gay and gay-friendly club nights and days recuperating on the beautiful beaches. But the Spanish island is much more than just a haven for hedonists, and the year-round population of Spaniards and incomers have a lifestyle far removed from the terrace at mega-club Space. As revelers there watch the first flight of the day roar  overhead on its landing approach as the sun rises, the island's villages and farms and fishing boats are all up and busy.

The BBC has a timely feature on all the island has to offer, aimed at those people who may not want to be stumbling in at 7am, but might be heading the opposite way, to explore perfect coves, windswept hilltops and family vineyards.

And if you feel you need a little blast of the wild life, you could always head to San Antonio for the night. But we bet you'll be itching to leave again come morning.

Ibiza
We all know Ibiza for its huge gay and gay-friendly club nights and days recuperating on the beautiful beaches. But the Spanish island is much more than just a haven for hedonists, and the year-round population of Spaniards and incomers have a lifestyle far removed from the terrace at mega-club Space. As revelers there watch the first flight of the day roar  overhead on its landing approach as the sun rises, the island's villages and farms and fishing boats are all up and busy.

The BBC has a timely feature on all the island has to offer, aimed at those people who may not want to be stumbling in at 7am, but might be heading the opposite way, to explore perfect coves, windswept hilltops and family vineyards.

And if you feel you need a little blast of the wild life, you could always head to San Antonio for the night. But we bet you'll be itching to leave again come morning.


We all know Ibiza for its huge gay and gay-friendly club nights and days recuperating on the beautiful beaches. But the Spanish island is much more than just a haven for hedonists, and the year-round population of Spaniards and incomers have a lifestyle far removed from the terrace at mega-club Space. As revelers there watch the first flight of the day roar  overhead on its landing approach as the sun rises, the island's villages and farms and fishing boats are all up and busy.

The BBC has a timely feature on all the island has to offer, aimed at those people who may not want to be stumbling in at 7am, but might be heading the opposite way, to explore perfect coves, windswept hilltops and family vineyards.

And if you feel you need a little blast of the wild life, you could always head to San Antonio for the night. But we bet you'll be itching to leave again come morning.

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