Flying the private jet charter aircraft over to the Mediterranean island of Ibiza usually means only one thing – party time. Discovered in the late 1960’s by the flower power generation, the Island has since become one of the most famous party destinations the world has to offer, dealing with an average of about 4 million visitors a year.


But there is another side away from the beach resorts and sand bars. With a local population of about 118,000, the Islands offer unique architecture, deserted beach and woodland trails, along with natural exotic sea life. The Greeks once referred to Ibiza as the Islas Pitiusas (Islands of Pine Trees) and at least half the island is still coated in these great trees.