Look forward to Ibiza 2019
We know its cold and wet here in the UK at the moment so to brighten those winter blues here are our 9 reasons to look forward to Ibiza 2019.
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 2019 and beyond. Read more
Ibiza 2019 on a budget
It seems to be the hot topic of conversation that Ibiza is getting too expensive, too exclusive and too VIP. So we ask the question can Ibiza on a budget be done in 2019?
Well the simple answer is yes we believe it’s possible. Don’t believe the rumours or the hype – Ibiza is still as cheap as you want it to be or equally on the other hand as expensive as you want it to be.
Here are our top tips for doing Ibiza on a budget in 2019. Read more
Ibiza In the Winter
The winter months here on Ibiza bring with them the feeling of peaceful isolation, a dramatic contrast to the swarming summer season. Most bars and restaurants are closed, the beaches and roads are empty and the population is reduced to a tiny trickle, compared to the constant heavy flow of people traffic in summer.
It’s quiet that’s for sure, and you certainly won’t find a party calendar or many options for a night out. Read more
Ibiza the worlds best clubbing
Despite what some have been saying over recent months it is official Ibiza is still the party capital of the world.
The International Nightlife Association has released its rundown of the 100 Best Clubs in the World for 2018 and unsurprisingly Ibiza has come out on top and throughout the listings.
Out of the top 100 Ibiza claimed 13 spots from the island venues which is massive and topped the world by far with no other country even coming close. Read more
The perfect Ibiza Christmas gift
It is approaching the festive season and we believe we have found the perfect Ibiza Christmas gift for those that love the island with their everything and for those that yearn to be there forever but for their own reasons can only manage a few trips a year.
So whilst you cannot be there each and every month in person we think we have found a way you can enjoy Ibiza all year round and it doesn’t include following endless people on social media watching their endless streams of beautiful images and highlights of their wonderful Ibiza trips. Read more
Looking back on Ibiza 2018
It’s time to take a look back at Ibiza summer 2018 as the final parties take place and the summer bars, restaurants and hotels close their doors for one last time.
This summer in Ibiza has seen the start of change in a huge way, the way tourists interact with the island, a change in music tastes a change in how the island allows itself to be exploited, a change in attitude from locals and tourists alike. It’s a change that runs deep and across the island. Read more
Christmas in Ibiza
Christmas in Ibiza is somewhat different than what we all face in the UK and represents more of the true spirit of Christmas.
Forget the stress and costly present hunting, the crowds of shoppers, the panic buying of groceries which will last you until mid March in Ibiza it is a much more relaxed affair.
Modest gifts, time with family and friends and long lazy days spent eating drinking and if there is a rare chill in the air cosying up alongside a roaring fire with a glass of Herbias or two. 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
Amistat Hostel Ibiza review
I recently returned to Ibiza for another amazing trip, but this trip was a little different to previous.
It was part of a month-long journey around Europe and called for some serious budgeting, especially because Ibiza was the final stop!
Of course, it’s not the world’s easiest task finding a decent place to stay on the island during high season that is budget friendly… but for me Amistat offers just that!
During my trip I stayed in some pretty amazing hostels, as well as some pretty ropey places. Amistat was up there with the best of the bunch, however, it was by far the most expensive (by a country mile) but was it worth it. Read more
The West End in 2018
This year we saw some monumental changes made by San Antonio council to the times that bars were allowed to have their terraces open and when they had to close. So honestly, what effect has it had and what is the West End Ibiza like in 2018?
For those that don’t know the West End is not Ibiza. It does not define Ibiza as much as the British media would like you to think.
It is actually defined as only 4 or 5 streets in San Antonio just off the waterfront and, for the past 30 plus years, it has been the epicentre of where many of the first timers to Ibiza head for a great laugh, cheap drinks and a choice of bars and venues to while the early hours away until 5am. Read more