Having spent some time in Ibiza during late May it amazed me at how many jobs were still available for summer workers.
A chance encounter with a long serving summer worker (into his 10th year) at the Fish Ibiza provided a surprising answer which was further backed up by a conversation with another long term Ibiza resident.
This year it seems that there are lots of workers but they just don’t seem to be able to get their head around the fact that they are in Ibiza to work.
Whether you are on holiday in Ibiza or working a summer season occasionally you get a little homesick and yearn for something you know and love from back home.
Well yearn no longer – we bring you a little taste of home from GB Street Eats, San Antonio Ibiza where many of your favourite dishes from back home are served up daily.
Being a take away the choice is as you would expect inc kebabs, chips +curry sauce and everything in between, however. Read more
Max Viva is a seasoned Ibiza worker having spent 7 summers working on the island. He now plays an active role in promoting and running Viva Bar in San Antonio a fantastic workers and open deck venue. He also DJ’s at a number of venues across the island.
We sat down with Max over a Sunday afternoon beer at the Fish to chat about living and working in Ibiza, Ibiza itself and the future for the west end.
Why and when did you first arrive in Ibiza and where did you start your Ibiza career? Read more
We first met Amanda in 2015 after she had arrived in Ibiza for a holiday and like many decided to stay on for the rest of the summer season.
She fell in love with the island its people, places and of course its parties and returned this year for a full season of Ibiza mayhem.
We caught up with her over a coffee back in the UK to find out how her 2016 season went, to find out her memories of the season and for her advice for others thinking about doing a summer in Ibiza. Read more
We first met Adam Craft in 2015 after he started posting weekly vlogs about his summer season in Ibiza. His vlogs are great fun and give a real insight into the work and lifestyle you can expect from working a season in the sun.
Being a veteran of working in Ibiza (2015 was Adam’s 5th consecutive year) we grabbed a few words with him to ask about working and if he had any tips he could share to help those new to working in Ibiza.
Thank you for joining us today Adam first off the question we get asked the most from potential workers thinking of doing a summer season in Ibiza. Read more
Working a summer season in Ibiza is one of the must dos in life, and many people return year after year. Six months spent in the most beautiful and magical place in the world is simply heaven.
The season runs from late May until Mid October although over recent years many venues are trying to start a little earlier and end a little later but on average an Ibiza season is 5 months.
So here is our handy guide to what you need to know before taking the plunge with useful links at the bottom of the article. Read more
You know how it is, you’re away from home and as much as you may be surrounded by the world’s most beautiful beaches, fabulous restaurants and amazing bars it’s nice to have a taste of home.
Located behind Ocean Beach / Surf House Ibiza on Cami des Moli in San Antonio is Thomas Green’s British Supermarket which stocks a huge range of all things quintessentially British.
Yes you read that right a breakfast for 1 euro. We heard about the Fish Ibiza through another online blog IBZ.TV and had to go and check it for ourselves to see what the fuss was about.
Located in San Antonio close to the West End at Carrer de Santa Rosalia, 2, below the All Suite Ibiza Apart hotel.
A small friendly bar that is very popular with the summer workers (with recruitment days, job and accommodation board) and servers the famous 1 euro breakfast.
Last year, we met Ed, a 33 year old teacher and DJ who was spending his first full season working in Ibiza. Like us, he has a shared love of Ibiza so this week I met up with him to reminisce and to get the lowdown on Ibiza from a workers point of view.
You spent your first season working in Ibiza in 2014. What made you do it?
Those delightful people behind Ocean Beach and Ocean Mania took a huge step in 2015 and transformed the worker’s accommodation market in San Antonio.
Gone are the days of 7 or 8 of you crammed into an apartment designed for 2 – 4, or staying in a huge block with who knows what knocking on your door at 3am.
They have invested heavily in what was the Hostel Apolo and they have revamped and re-launched it as Apolo Accommodation.