Ibiza may have a reputation of being a party island, but holidaymakers should not be put off from visiting as there are "two sides" to the island, the Spanish Property Owners Guild (SPOG) has claimed.
Paul Bradley, spokesman for SPOG, said that Ibiza "appeals to those seeking tranquility and escapism".
He added: "Fortunately, it is the binge drinking [and] clubbing scene that is dying and not the artisan quiet way of rustic living that the island is famous for, along with quiet coves, lovely water and great sailing opportunities hopping round the islands."
Mr Bradley said Ibiza has a "quaint charm" for families who go there to spend time together.
Ibiza is one of the four main Balearic Islands which are located between Spain (to which they belong) and the North African coast.
The other three main islands are, in order of size, Mallorca (also known as Majorca), Menorca (often spelt Minorca), and Formentera.
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