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    Quote Originally Posted by mtm_motors View Post
    I went to Ibiza a couple years ago and am going again at the end of the month. I like to stay in San Antonio on the west side of the island, where Cafe del Mar is located and the world famous sunsets are best watched. The demographics are older than I expected, with alot of 30-40 somethings. Even if you don't plan on going clubbing there is plenty to do. The Dalt Vila in Ibiza town is very old and interesting and there is plenty of outdoor recreation as well, such as para-sailing and diving.
    That's what I like to hear . I'm staying in Eivissa near the harbor. I plan on putting in some face time at cafe del mar as their music mixes are outstanding! What is the best way to get around the island?

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    It's about 15 km across the island, so taxi is about 20€ one way. The bus system is pretty good and very inexpensive, I think it is line 3 that goes from Eivissa to Sant Antoni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deniswhite View Post
    if you want woman, best bet is to bring one with you
    And whenever you plan to visit the beach, remember to bring sand with you.

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    Bumping this thread for this summer's festivities! Went to IBZ last summer - truly magical.

    Have Cannes booked for a week and plan to cruise around the Riviera/MC, need to figure out what to do after that. Wanted to go to Mykonos, but I've heard some negative things (that it's Fire Island of Greece); looking into Santorini, Rhodes, or Ios. My buddy in Italy said Reggio Calabria, Italy is the place to be in the summer. I could always go back to IBZ or Majorca. Can anyone shed any light?

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    Hello,

    The truth, as I am from Mallorca would recommend you to come to the Balearic Islands.
    Here you will find pristine beaches , party and the best Spanish food.
    Also if you look for rent a luxurycarin mallorca you wil can hire the best luxury cars

    See you soon
    You in Mallorca

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    Sounds like a great trip

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    french Riviera, its on my bucket lst... might go in October

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    I would choose between Cannes, St Tropez or Marbella. In Marbella the only place to party is Puerto Banus and couple of clubs outside this area plus it really become sometime too expensive during summer. On the other hand you can get these property on the French Riviera for days/weeks and enjoy your rest 100%. You will get anything you want especially if you have extra money to spend.

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