Ibiza is so much more than just parties and clubs. It's natural beauty is held in the vivid landscapes, sea and vibrant light that reflect her most alluring pose. This is the home of Bez an ancient Egyptian deity that the Phoenicians named the island after in 650BC. The Carthaginians later dedicated her red soil to the earth Goddess Tanit and worship to her female powers continues in secret today. In ancient times Ibiza was regarded as a holy place and the intact Necropolis on the slopes of Dalt Villa, was where nobility buried their dead as the island was seen as a gateway to the next world. Even today people come to Ibiza to live out their final days. The people that inhabit this island are far from conventional and the local population have witnessed seven civilisations come and go. Ibiza today reflects all that has gone before her and on this page I home to show you the Real Ibiza where families, people and friends are valued.