Running in Ibiza: trips and tricks

Every year, most tourists visit Ibiza from early May through to October, which is when most clubs, restaurants and bars are open for business. This is the best time to visit Ibiza if your goal is to meet new people. However, if what you plan to enjo...

20 things to do in San Antonio in 2020

What do you prefer, to relax on holiday, some action, to savour the experience, or to explore the location? Below are 20 of the best things to do this year, all in the lively location of San Antonio Ibiza. Relax1. Take...

The perfect one-day trip to Formentera from Ibiza

The only way to reach the most unspoiled areas in the world is often by sea. Some of the best trips are to undiscovered islands, virgin beaches and natural landscapes that few people have visited. Travelling from Ibiza to Formentera is a wo...

Almond blossom in Ibiza 2020

With the almond trees in bloom along beautiful cliffs overlooking the sea and the breathtaking tranquillity of Ibiza’s countryside awaiting you in Santa Inés, in San Antonio, it’s easy to understand why this village enchants everyone who visits...

Ibiza Patrimoni Gastronòmic, the 2020 edition

Every year, Ibiza celebrates its local cuisine and world gastronomy across two months. The best chefs and service teams take part in this festival dedicated to countries that have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Showing off the...

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...