Brexit advice for Ibiza
As you may or may not be aware the UK will be leaving the EU shortly and here we give you our Brexit advice for travelling to Ibiza after 31st January 2020.
To remove some confusion in simple terms nothing will change for summer 2020 when travelling too, holidaying on or working in Ibiza.
After the 31st January 2020, the UK will enter a transition period, meaning everything will remain the same and you can continue to travel as you do now until at least the end of December 2020. Read more
The Ibiza Almond Blossom
The Ibiza Almond Blossom is as famous in winter as the club scene is in summer. It is at this time of year, between January and February that the precious white flowers spring into bloom.
Signifying the coming of spring with the warming weather as the days get longer and the sun higher it is one of those magical spectacles the island offers everyone.
If you are fortunate enough to be on the island in Winter, it simply is a must do experience. Read more
Luxury villas in Ibiza
There are many types of accommodation available in Ibiza which cover all budgets from the just a few euros a night hostels up to the high end villas.
But search a little deeper and you will stumble across another category which are the true luxury villas in Ibiza.
These stand above all others as the ultimate places to stay on the island so we spoke to Dream Villa Rentals a UK company who offer luxury villas worldwide to see what they could offer us. Read more
Easter in Ibiza
An Easter in Ibiza is a fantastic time of year to visit, it’s warm, quieter and much more laid back than the summer months. Just perfect for exploring and recharging those batteries after the cold damp and dreary winter months.
Easter 2020 falls right in the middle of April and a little earlier in 2021. This is when the island starts to come alive and although there is less open than at the height of summer its really worth going as you find another beauty to the island often missed by people during the summer months. Read more
10 reasons Ibiza 2020
With the festivities nearly over its that time to start looking ahead and here are our 10 reasons to book Ibiza in 2020.
Before we start, Ibiza is known the world over for its partying and letting your hair down but the island has so much more to offer than just partying. Read on to find out more about what Ibiza has to offer you in 2020 and beyond.
Whether it’s a romantic weekend away, a family holiday or that much needed time away relaxing and enjoying life with friends Ibiza is the place to go that is suitable and welcoming to everybody. Read more
Ibiza in October
Ibiza in October is a real chalk and cheese month from start to end and is regarded as the end of the summer season for the island.
It starts with the Super Clubs holding their grand finales, the closing parties where the great and the good have one last big day & night to end the season on a high.
The line ups are always as impressive as the clubs themselves and many travel to the island just for the music as they did back in early June for the opening parties. Read more
Animals of Ibiza
The animals of Ibiza are not an obvious feature in the landscape and could be completely overlooked if you’re not watching out for them. The lack of lush fields limits the creatures that can comfortably live here.
Throughout the ages, the island had a reputation for its safety, being free from any poisonous plants and animals such as snakes and scorpions. Read more
Being the most northern point of Ibiza, Portinatx seems like a long way away from anywhere and almost isolated from the rest of the island.
The route to get there leads you through some of the most spectacular views of wild, untouched countryside. This is due to the north of the island being largely undeveloped and protected, to preserve its outstanding natural beauty. Read more
Freediving in Ibiza
In Ibiza, you’re never more than 15 minutes away from a beach, so it’s not surprising that there’s an incredible range of water sports on offer.
Twenty years ago aquatic activities were pretty limited but these days there’s a multitude of different ways for you to explore and frolic in the warm and crystal clear Mediterranean.
Some of us are naturally cautious of the water, reluctant to venture in too deep but others just dive on in there without a care and seem to have a natural affinity with the sea. Read more
Ibiza in August
Ibiza in August is the month, the month when the world, his wife, his children and his grandparents descend onto the island like a swarm of locusts.
To say it is busy is an understatement, from the moment you arrive with the queues for taxis at the airport, to getting a table at your favourite restaurant… there are just people everywhere.
Many who live and work on the island call it Angry August, as everyone seems to have lost their usual cool laid back demeanor, the work is that little bit harder, the weather that little bit hotter and the customers that little more demanding. Read more