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The best way to see Ibiza is just to get out and walk or cycle one of the many trails. There are trails for all ages and levels of ability along the coastline, where you can stop off for a cooling swim, or through the countryside to see the wildlife and plants. Choose a rural hotel in one of the inland towns or whitewashed villages if this more peaceful side of Ibiza appeals to you. If you are feeling less active, perhaps you could pay a visit to Las Salinas. Located in the south of Ibiza, the lakes at Las Salinas dry up over the hot summer months and leave behind a layer of white sand which sparkles in the sun. Nearby there is a beautiful beach too. Another option is the Can Marca caves which are close to the small town of Puerto de San Miguel. These golden coloured caves have stunning rock formations of stalagmites and stalactites and are a truly interesting place to visit.

The old game concept of peacocking (. wearing outrageous clothes for effect) is now as quaintly old fashioned as MySpace and assuming fidelity from American girls. But in Ibiza there is something to be said for choosing bright, stylish clothes that make you stand out. You have to strike a balance between keeping cool (the average temperature in August is 80 F) and looking good. Make no mistake, Ibiza by night is not a casual, beachwear place. You are competing with very well-groomed guys from Italy and Spain who aren’t afraid to go the extra mile, so dress accordingly. It’s too hot for the jacket, shirt and pocket square look, but at least go for shirts and t-shirts with interesting details or patterns. For example, animal prints were very popular last year. I wore a pair of leopard print loafers to Space which got me a lot of attention and led to me pulling a very cute Swiss model.

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Entry to the club is free every Thursday and £5 on Fridays and Saturdays. New Year's Eve tickets are priced at £10, or £15 for VIP tickets. Tickets are on sale now from .

Club music and classical instrumentation come together for an unforgettable evening. Following the success of the BBC Radio 1’s Ibiza Prom at the Royal Albert Hall in summer 2016, DJ Pete Tong has put together this incredible dance party that features DJ Pete Tong, the 60-piece Heritage Orchestra, conductor Jules Buckley, lots of synths and special guests singers.

"I love being in Ibiza, it’s amazing," he says. "Everybody is always speaking about the party, but there’s also a completely different side to it.

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