If you are traveling to Ibiza this summer then you are in for a treat: this is an island with everything from the top nightclubs and elegant dining, through to stunning beaches and a rich cultural heritage. But with so much to choose from what should you do? This article takes you through some of the highlights to help you plan your trip.Ibiza Town has a UNESCO World Heritage Site in its medieval section known as Dalt Vila. Along with that there is the harbor, which houses a very impressive collection of yachts. The bars and restaurants are high quality, and when it comes to shopping there are plenty of boutiques offering that something special. So I would definitely put Ibiza Town on your list of places to visit.There are also some less visited areas, that many tourists don’t bother with: the salines saltpans and northern Ibiza. It would be a mistake to overlook these sites. The saltpans have a rich history: they were developed by Phoenicians, and were the main industry in the island during the years of the Armada. Salt was a major trading currency in those days. Up in northern Ibiza you will find the least populated part of the island. It has many pine forests, pretty villages, and stunning cliff top views that the average tourist does not visit.Of course, there is also the club scene. The hippest club is something that is always changing so the best thing to do is head to Sant Antoni and see which establishment has the longest lines of people waiting. Savannah is always a safe bet if you like electro-house, and it is open until 4am.