Remember the Ibiza town in Spain known as a party destination for young people?
Well recent reports has it that small party town located in the heart of Spain now has more of adults above 30 visiting the place.
Over the last five years, one in six bookings have shifted from those under 30 to the 30-39 age bracket, according to holiday company.
While Ibiza remains popular, many of its regular visitors who lived it up at the island’s superclubs in the late 1990s and 2000s have now settled down and want something different from their Balearic break the report continued.
“The happy hardcore of the 90s and early 2000s is giving way to chillout beats to suit a growing band of 30-somethings and their young families. It’s always been a cool destination and it’s now getting more exclusive.”
We found out that Greek emerging party islands Kos and Zante are benefiting from the changing tastes, with bookings doubling for under 25s.