Located in the beautiful and picturesque village of San Carlos is Bar Anita which has its roots firmly set in the modern history of Ibiza.
It is one of the oldest bars on the island and is famous for its post boxes and the artwork which adorns its walls and is often referred to as the original hippy bar.
Today the bar is like stepping back in time of ibiza modern history as you walk through its tree covered courtyard with wooden furniture and through its doors into the main restaurant. Read more
Last year we wrote one of our most popular articles our top 5 sunset spots in Ibiza.
Since then we have had the opportunity to visit even more spots on the island where the sunset is truly magical, with many of these coming from your suggestions.
So here are 5 more top sunset spots in Ibiza to consider, definitely places that if you get the chance to visit you should.
The sunset in Ibiza is truly spectacular and one of the island’s finest assets. It is different every evening and even when it’s a little cloudy the colours are truly incredible. Read more
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
Kayaking in Ibiza is something we have always wanted to try, so when we got the opportunity in April we jumped at the chance to go Kayaking with Kayak Ibiza winter excursion and took to the water to see the white isle from a different perspective.
We arrived at the meeting point of Cala Codolar and joined another 15 other excited kayakers.
Our group was made up of all ages (youngest was our 13yr old, an experienced kayaker), as well as several different nationalities who had travelled from all over the island for this morning of exploring. Read more
On our recent April trip to the island, we took on Paddle Boarding with SUP Paradise Ibiza.
We have been paddle boarding a couple of times before and we love it, it is great for the whole family, easy to master the basics and is a great way to explore the island’s coastline from the sea.
Being April and before the main season Ruben our guide and instructor picked us up in his 4 x 4 from San Antonio and took us to Cala Bassa, which is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Read more
Ibiza can offer you so many different experiences and ranges of activities but for the ultimate in unique experiences you can now partake in a Polo Experience Day brought to you by Forte Travel Polo in Ibiza.
Polo, which is described as the sport of kings, is a team sport of 4 players per team played on polo ponies where the idea is to score goals by putting the ball in the goal using long mallets.
Don’t worry if you haven’t played it before as you can now have an Introduction to Polo session which is suitable for beginner or advanced riders including riding and swing techniques all in the beautiful setting of Ibiza. 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
The Time and Space Sculpture Ibiza was recently featured on UK tv programme Homes by the Med. Lots of you got in touch wanting to know more about this art installation situated on the cliffs of Ibiza.
The sculpture, named Time and Space – The Speed of Light was created by Australian artist, Andrew Rogers in 2014.
It is made up of thirteen solid basalt columns weighing 420 tons which were extracted and carved in Turkey before being transported the 4400 km to Ibiza on a dedicated ship and took one week to place in situ. Read more
This week sees the start of the 6 week long Pintxa Food Festival San Antonio, a celebration of small edible delicacies – the Pintxo.
The event runs from the 9th of March until the 13th of April held on each Thursday between 8pm and midnight.
Participating restaurants and bars produce a small delicacy Pintxo – a skewer or a delight on bread for €2.50 or a larger tapas for €4.50 both include a beer or a glass of wine. Read more