Ibiza 2021 is going to happen
It has been like a cloud held over us all for the past weeks and months but with today’s announcements, Ibiza 2021 is a go.
As much as today’s announcement from the UK government was a blow with the whole of Spain being listed as an amber country under the international travel traffic light system it will be reviewed every few weeks and we are hopeful by late June Ibiza will be on the green list meaning there will be fewer restrictions when travelling to and from the White Isle.
The biggest opening party of the season is always Amnesia and this year it will be held on Saturday the 9th May 2020 from 10pm till 10am.
With Amnesia you know it will be epic as you would expect from such a huge super club and they will be kicking off their 46th season in some serious style.
This is one for hardcore ravers alongside diehard Ibiza fans and with some great flight prices for this weekend it will be well worth an early season the trip to the island.
Confirmed for the main room are Adam Beyer, Anna, Marco Faraone, Luca Donzelli and Les Schmit for the Terrace are Jamie Jones, The Black Madonna, Michael Bibi, Cuartero, Mar-T B2B Caal, Sidney Charles B2B Seb Zito John Woods and Carolina Fe.
So get the Ibiza summer underway with one the biggest and best opening parties across the island.
Amnesia Opening Party 2020 line up
Amnesia Opening Party 2020 on the 9th May
The Ibiza Almond Blossom
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
Kasbah Sunset Bar Ibiza
Kasbah is an oasis of sumptuous Mediterranean-Fusion cuisine located in the ever flourishing town of San Antonio, Ibiza.
Basking in its warm, Mediterranean glow, the restaurant and bar which first opened its doors in 1995 sits peacefully behind Cala des Moro beach and is quite rightfully the number one sunset bar in Ibiza on Google.
Whilst it’s only a short stroll from the famous sunset strip, it seems a million miles away from the hustle and bustle which we are used to seeing in the summer months. Read more
For two nights only this summer German high-tech minimal don Boris Brejcha will take over Hï Ibiza on the 14th and 21st August.
He will also be supported by a host of guests from his own label ‘Fckng Serious’ to help get the party started including Ann Clue, Deniz Bul and Theydream.
Boris Brejcha is a force to be reckoned with and has fast become one of the most exciting artists in electronic music, create a whole new genre ‘‘hi-tech minimal’ to describe his unique sound. His satisfying collision of ambient and experimental electronic music with shades of electro, breakbeat and IDM weaved in has been praised by fans all over the world and has made him one of the most prolific producers of our time.
Whilst Boris and his support acts will take care of the Theatre Wednesday night residents Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano will lead the charge in the Club (room 2), playing their own brand of body-rocking house.
Boris Brejcha Hï Ibiza on two exclusive dates this August
Ibiza in August
Ibiza in August is the month, the month when the world, his wife, his children and his grandparents descend onto the island like a swarm of locusts.
To say it is busy is an understatement, from the moment you arrive with the queues for taxis at the airport, to getting a table at your favourite restaurant… there are just people everywhere.
Many who live and work on the island call it Angry August, as everyone seems to have lost their usual cool laid back demeanor, the work is that little bit harder, the weather that little bit hotter and the customers that little more demanding. Read more
Exploring Ibiza on Horseback
My sister Becci and I have been visiting Ibiza for over five years now. Our reasons for coming back each year, are much the same as everyone else’s: endless sunshine, pristine beaches and of course the incredible party scene.
There are so many things to be enjoyed here, it’s hard to fit everything in. I’ve always had this niggling feeling though, that there is still more to be discovered on the island.
On my last visit I was determined to seek out these other hidden secrets. I love horses and have been riding since I was ten so It seemed only natural for me to check out the horse riding scene in Ibiza. Read more
Ibiza Super Club
Most if not all of us remember going to clubs in our younger years (80s and early 90s) and even being dragged out on the odd stag / hen do since those days.
The over driven speakers playing the latest cheesy chart hits one after the other, the drinks flowing and spilling, the insane shouting to be heard and the inevitable kebab on the way home. We all did it for a few years then we settled down got a real job, a mortgage a little one or two and the everyday humdrum began.
Parasailing in San Antonio Ibiza
If you ever look out over San Antonio Bay you cannot help but notice the continual parasailing. Their large parachutes little dots along the skyline. At sunset they help add to the ambiance of the view.
So what’s it like?
It’s like floating on air. We have been several times, as a family and love it. You quite literally sit at 400ft whilst getting a bird’s eye view of the bay, surrounding islands and beaches.
Cafe Mambo celebrates 25 years
It is a huge milestone in Ibiza this summer as Cafe Mambo celebrates 25 years of sunsets and parties in 2019.
Opened in 1994 by Javier Anadon, Cafe Mambo has truly become one of the iconic bars in Ibiza.
Even from its early days the vision Javier had for what was 4 small derelict houses was forward thinking to say the least.
Javier had come to the island in 1976 along with his girlfriend, now wife, and worked in several establishments in San Antonio enjoying the vibrant bars the music and the multicultural mix of Spanish, British, Dutch and Swedish people. Read more