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
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
Love Ibiza Now
Every single day you read online or see somewhere on social media the impact that plastic is having on our oceans and environment. Plastic is a huge, global problem, and finally we are waking up to the cause and effects it is having, RIGHT NOW, on the world’s largest eco system, our ocean.
Today we wanted to talk to you about a non profit organisation, Love Ibiza Now, created to inspire a movement for a cleaner future. Read more
Stay safe in Ibiza
We all know that Ibiza is famed for its clubbing, partying and simply as an amazing holiday destination, but with several tragic but avoidable deaths each year across the island here are a few tips to help make your trip to Ibiza that little safer.
First and foremost look after your mates and those who are travelling with you, make memories that last a lifetime not nightmares.
My love affair with Ibiza
My love affair with Ibiza and this blog began by pure chance, about 10 years ago a dear friend of mine gave me some podcasts to listen to which included Trance Around The World as it was then by Above and Beyond and I loved it and became a fan of theirs.
A couple of years later we got the opportunity to see Above and Beyond live at Brixton Academy in London and had one of the best nights ever. We had our children young so clubbing and going to gigs had never featured in our lives but from the euphoria of that night we were desperate to see Above and Beyond again.
We looked through their tour dates and the only one which worked childcare and work wise was Amnesia in Ibiza flying out of Bournemouth on Monday and returning Friday with the gig itself on Thursday night so we booked without hesitation. Read more
Alcohol on Ibiza flights
In the last few weeks, we have all seen the headlines about unruly behaviour onboard aircraft even flights being diverted so is it time to ban drinking on Ibiza flights? or because of the irresponsible few limit or ban drinking in airports all together?
This problem is nothing new and doesn’t just apply to Ibiza flights several other well known holiday destinations have had disruptive passengers over recent years but the common denominator does seem to be alcohol. Read more
Anthropology of Ibiza
With the infamous white isle being most known for her party culture, super clubs and music scene, it is quite hard to grasp the idea of there being an actual history and culture to the island.
Yet, if you look carefully as you drive around the island, you can see scattered churches, lighthouses, wells and ruins of times gone by.
If we go right back to the beginning, the first ever settlements on Ibiza can be dated back as far as 3000 years ago, with the Carthaginians discovering Ibiza in 654 B.C. Ibiza town is, in fact, one of the earliest towns to be discovered in Europe. Read more
Fun Parties in Ibiza 2018
Not everyone comes to Ibiza for the big named Dj’s, but all of us love a great night out so we have chosen 8 fun Ibiza parties in Ibiza 2018 for you to enjoy.
Whether you’re over for a stag do, birthday, hen do or just a group of mates on holiday, we’ve got the best places for your tribe to party whilst on The White Isle.
The added bonus, of course, is that you get to visit the world’s most iconic clubs and soak up the unique experience they offer, listen to some great music, have a real laugh and pay a little less than the big named nights on offer. Read more
World Cup in San Antonio Ibiza
This week sees the start of the biggest football tournament in the world and here is our guide to where to watch the World Cup in San Antonio Ibiza, so you don’t miss out whether you are on holiday or working the summer in San An.
As much as many bars will show the games there are several bars which provide the perfect atmosphere all surrounded by like minded fans enjoying the world’s best football. Read more