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
This is one event that we have been wanting to attend for many years and finally, we got the chance to experience the drums at sunset on Benirras Beach along with photographer Natasha Marshall and fellow blogger Zoe Newlove.
The ritual goes back many years to Sunday, August the 18th 1991 when many hundreds of people gathered to protest about the Gulf War. This became known locally as The Day of the Drums.
This then grew into an annual event attracting thousands of peace lovers and hippies from across the world sending out the message that Ibiza is all about peace. Read more
Ibiza may only be known as a party island to many people but it is also a beautiful place to explore with amazing views and stunning locations.
On our latest trip to the island we decided to enlist the help of our dear friend and islander Sofi to show us a few of the sights of Ibiza that we’d always wanted to go to but never knew how scattered along the south west coast and close to San An.
Our first stop was Sa Talaia, the highest point on the island. At 475 meters high the views are phenomenal and you get a true 360 degree view. Read more