Much of the world makes a beeline for the White Isle for those glorious ocean-licked shores, and so they should, considering that Ibiza is home to an extraordinary number of peerless, picturesque spots.
The spirit of Ibiza can be quite the elusive creature. Visitors who make the annual pilgrimage often speak of a distinctive, magical energy that hits as soon as the plane touches the tarmac.
A few stalls deep at one of Ibiza’s hippy markets and it’ll very quickly become clear that self-control in the purse department has little place here.
Sun-seeking beach buffs bitten by the Ibiza bug have over 60 beaches across the island to choose from.
The art of weaving and working with esparto or rope, is one of the most deep-rooted traditions in Ibiza and one of the most ancient of humanity’s arts.
When you think of a holiday in Ibiza you may first imagine noisy bars and clubs, all-night partying and dancing til you drop. That’s an option, of course, but there’s much, much more to Ibiza than meets the eye.
June 24th is the Patron Saint’s day of John the Baptist, or San Juan, widely celebrated all over the world.