Figueretas, Ibiza

December 27th, 2008 - 3:24 pm Posted in Figueretas, ibiza | Comments (0)

figueretas, ibizaFigueretas used to be a village between Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa a long time ago, but has been consumed by the ever expanding city.

It retains its name largely due to the only beach which more or less falls within the city limits. Nowadays it has established a reputation as the ‘pink’ beating heart of Ibiza.

Gay bars and accommodation predominate, but then there’s nothing wrong with the pink euro and this village has an important part to play in the global village microcosm that is Ibiza.

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