There’s an island in the middle of the Mediterranean named after the Egyptian god of music and dance. To some its considered paradise and to others, paradise lost be regardless of your view everyone knows it’s name, Ibiza. A place of infamy and myth a modern day nirvana where anything goes. People have been coming to Ibiza for the white sands, blue seas and golden bodied for decades but the origins of the island as a clubber paradise date back to the mid 80’s when a slew of clubs opened up and the island became a second home to Europe’s playboys and party girls. Vice sends reporter Clive Martin off to Ibiza to investigate the culture of this infamous island.
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