Ibiza Spain provides unique natural beauty and an ideal spot for outdoor sport enthusiasts. Guided tours are available both by land and sea so whatever your preference you can tour the area with people who know the stories and the places to see. On the land you will find monuments and churches, caves and rolling countryside, and charming little villages. Sports like golf, riding and biking are popular and transportation such as scooters and jeep provides another way to take a look around. From the sea you can see the beauty of the rugged coastline and take part in sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing and scuba diving. Local dive schools can help get you certified and equipped if you re new to the sport. For those looking for more adventure cave dives and wreck dives are popular. The warm temperatures make this an ideal dive spot for experts and beginners year round. At Las Salinas, the Salt Flats, visitors can see the exquisite beauty of sparking salt that is left behind as the water evaporates during the hot summer. The salt is still harvested today and the area is said to be one of the best spots in the area for sunset photos. At the Hippy Market you can enjoy handmade wares that range from batik wraps to leather moccasins, silver jewelry and trinkets. Though some of the original hippies may still be about they likely look a little different than they did in the 70s. Ibiza is renowned for its nightlife with touring international DJs drawing crowds from all over and clubs that stay open literally all night long. If you are drawn by the nightlife, do plan for a summer stay as many of the clubs do close during the off-season.