Facts and figures
Ibiza ("Eivissa" in catalan) is the third largest island of the Balearic Islands with 572 km² after Mallorca and Menorca. Together with Formentera and some smaller islands (including Tagomago, the private island of a German real estate developer which comprises a villa), it forms the “Pitiusas” archipelago, which stands for the pine islands.
Ibiza's population is officially around 145,000 (as of 2018), but significantly more people are likely to stay in Ibiza permanently than the statistics show.
The largest municipalities in Ibiza are Ibiza Town (Eivissa) with around 50,000 inhabitants, followed by Santa Eulalia with around 36,000 inhabitants. (Look up more details on Wikipedia). These two places are the cultural and social centers of the island, which are also busy in winter.
Ibiza is a globally known brand in many ways, an icon that is second to none. The island claims several, sometimes bizarre records.
In Ibiza you will find the most expensive restaurant in the world (Sublimotion,)
with menus for € 1,500, the most expensive marina in the world, the largest and best clubs in the world (Privilege, Space etc.), the most expensive highway in the world in terms of kilometers (Ibiza towards the airport) and in summer the highest car density per registered inhabitant worldwide.
Ibiza is special, unique and distinctive in every respect.