What type of traveller are you?

When choosing a holiday destination, do you think about what type of traveller you are? Maybe you should! If you could choose an approximate description of your travelling preferences, it could be so much easier to choose where to travel to.

Ibiza Carnival 2020

A great day out for all ages is the carnival in Ibiza, which starts on the 20th of February. Processions begin a little before midday depending on the starting point, but the festivities last for several days.Here’s everything you need to...

Getting married in Ibiza: tips and tricks

The idea of an exotic scene enveloping the words, “I do,” and the stunning backdrop for wedding photos is tempting more and more couples to marry abroad. Moreover, as flights become increasingly accessible and the idea of tying the knot away fro...

Ibiza Marathon 2020: everything you need to know

Spain’s long history of road races (occasionally involving bulls) means the Ibiza marathon has a lot to live up to, and popular opinion seems to agree this event surpasses expectations. Runners from previous years affirm that the spectacu...

20 New Year's Resolutions for 2020 - Experiences over stuff

It’s not uncommon for New Year’s resolutions to fall by the wayside. Why do you think this happens? Psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert says one reason may be that we choose resolutions that aren’t specific enough so we procrastin...

Ibiza, 20 years as a World Heritage Site

This year, the city of Ibiza celebrated its 20th anniversary as a World Heritage site under the organization of UNESCO. “Eivissa” gained its World Heritage title "Ibiza, Biodiversity and Culture" on December 4th in 1999. On this date, the Ol...

4 unmissable events this December in Ibiza

Ibiza in December is, in a comforting way, similar to our home towns: any excuse to put up some decorations, twinkling lights and enjoy a glass of mulled wine with some sweet nibbles is a valid excuse! And Ibiza’s locals never miss out on...

Where chefs dine in Ibiza

Why do you travel: to see something new? Try new things? To treat yourself? You can’t take a trip without trying the local cuisine, and while away it’s fair that you splash out on at least one big treat. To help you decide where, we’ve...

The Ibiza airport: everything you need to know

On an island known for its nightlife, beaches and sunsets, Ibiza’s airport is only 5 miles southwest of the town centre and it’s well connected to the most important tourism sites. Also known as Eivissa Airport, Ibiza’s ai...

Travelling to Ibiza alone: tips and tricks

Travelling solo can be the ultimate self-indulgence. You make your own rules and schedule, explore when you feel energetic and rest when you’re beat. It really is something everyone should try at least once in their life! The downsides of ...

7 best sights and historical landmarks in Ibiza

Are you in need of some relaxing holidays at the seaside? Do you want to enjoy the quieter side of Ibiza? Keep reading! In today’s article we are going to present you the 7 best sights and historical landmarks in Ibiza. 1.Dunes of ...

Chill out experience in Ibiza: virgin beaches, bays and relaxation

Think Ibiza is a Brits-on–tour holiday island? Think again. Ibiza is cosmopolitan, upmarket and clean, with surprising few British Pubs considering how easy it is to reach from the UK. While the clubbing scene gets the most press, the Bale...

Santa Eulalia Ibiza: A visitor's guide

Located on the east of the island of Ibiza, you can access Santa Eulalia easily by car (taxi or rented) or bus. From the airport, bus route 24 takes you straight to this quiet locality and you’ll immediately notice an air of tranquility, ...

How to book your holidays to Ibiza

First of all, are you a novice at online reservations, or a real pro? Anyone that knows exactly where to start and can effectively plan a holiday to Ibiza from the comfort of their sofa should skip this first section and jump straight to the tips fo...