Price example: 4 weeks language course on Ibiza
Ibiza Town: A visit to the capital will be worth it, seeing the contrast between old and new. D´alt Vila is the older part of the town, here most of the streets are cobbled and it is quite steep, set on a mountain. It has walkways up to the cathedral at the top. From here you have spectacular views across Ibiza town and the blue sea.
Visit the other Balearic Islands: There is a port with great ferry services to the other Balearic Islands, including Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera. The ferries run often through the week, although the weekend is slightly different, so be sure to check the ferry website: www.ibiza-ferry.com for the dates and times of the ferries.
Beach days: Ibiza has great beaches where you can spend your days. There are also plenty of bars nearby the beaches. There you can revise your Spanish or just enjoy the beautiful atmosphere.
Dining out: There are many great restaurants on the Island. Try Ca N´Alfredo. It is a place to go for an authentic Ibiza fish dish. S´Ametller also offers more local dishes.
Night out: Ibiza is renowned for its clubs and nightlife. There a plenty to choose. Most of them are international names with world-class DJ´s playing. Pacha, Amnesia, Bora Bora Beach Club, Lola´s Club, Es Paradis, Space and Privilege are just a handful of the clubs that are open during the summer season.