With more people each year looking to combine their honeymoon and wedding and get married abroad to reduce the cost more people than ever are choosing Ibiza as their must-have location.
And with so many stunning venues to choose from the choice can be simply overwhelming, so to help you , here are our top 5 wedding venues in Ibiza, from stunning beachfront backdrops to idyllic countryside hideaways they have it all.
Each of these venues gives you the option of completely planning your wedding for you or gives you the option to pick and choose what you would like to organise – the choice is yours. Read more
One of Ibiza’s most iconic sunset locations Cafe Mambo is now available 24 hrs a day with the launch of Cafe Mambo Radio.
Broadcast from the studios above the sunset strip venue get that Ibiza feeling wherever you are in the world thanks to the internet or via FM radio in Ibiza on 89.4FM.
Broadcasting a full 24 hour a day schedule featuring shows from the world’s best DJs and live sessions from the DJ booth. Read more
One of the most iconic events across the island the Zoo Project Ibiza moves to Sundays this summer but will keep its traditional venue at the abandoned zoo of Benimussa Park on the outskirts of San Antonio.
Running from 6th May until October 7th. The Zoo Project’s unique carnival concept brings together the world’s leading house and techno DJs and art performers to four outdoor arenas in a truly mind-blowing setting. Read more
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
As the tourist boom of the 60s took hold the original Super Club of Ibiza was designed and built in the hills above San Jose.
At that time tourists arriving on the island were bused around and were a very captive audience, opening up much needed new opportunities for astute businesses across the island.
From researching about what many know as The Festival Club work originally started on the complex in 1969 on the hills above San Jose, which sits on the old road between Ibiza Town and San Antonio. Read more
With new regulations being voted on this week to restrict the hours and operations of a small part of San Antonio, Ibiza we ask is this the end or the beginning of the West End.
For those that are not aware the West End in San Antonio is several streets in the heart of the town comprising of lots of bars, takeaways and a few shops.
Over recent years the local council have been trying to clean up the area, firstly by banning PR’s (people who stand outside venues talking to the public to persuade them to enter their place of business), then restricting the hours of opening and especially the hours the terraces (seating areas outside) could be in place. Read more
Have you ever wondered what on earth the herbal tasting yellow liquid is that you are presented with after every lunch or dinner here in Ibiza? What exactly is this Hierbas stuff you’re drinking? And why is it so popular here in Ibiza?
Want to learn more about this liqueur? Then read on.
Towards the end of last summer, I was invited to attend a Hierbas workshop, at Kasbah in San Antonio. This workshop was hosted by a company called The Drinks Workshop, founded by Philip Thomas.
Another exciting month of announcements from everyone’s favourite island with lots to go through, so with no delay here is the Ibiza news roundup for February 2018.
We start with some fantastic environmental news which came in two parts, the first is the Balearic islands as a whole want to ban single-use plastic items by 2020.
Items include plastic cups, plates and cutlery, straws, disposable razors, lighters and coffee machine capsules which have become a blight on the beaches and coves of the islands where it washes up from people incorrectly disposing of it. Read more
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
Sometimes it’s all about who you know and being in the right place at the right time in life. This was one of those moments when we took an Ibiza boat trip money can’t buy earlier this year.
For those that don’t know since our very first trip to Ibiza, we have become great lovers of Chilli Pepper Charters’ boat trips based in San Antonio.
They run relaxed afternoon and sunset boat trips in an old wooden vessel suitable for up to 20 people and have always been so welcoming to us, our family and friends. Read more