This is Living
2016 – I promised myself that I will travel to places that I’ve never been to and explore. Ibiza is big in the international and local night life and electronic music scene, but I discovered that there is so much more to cherish on this island. The island is not as quite crazy as it is labeled. Ibiza is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, East of Spain.
Ibiza and Formentera are the largest of the Balearic Islands and havens of tranquility. A boat trip to Formentera is highly recommended. A MUST!
SeaBus will get you hopping
The Secret Place: swim to get there
AMANTE Beach Club
The major highlights of the trip are the Formentera Island days and the Amante beach club R&R.
Nothing beats the experience of the party boat and the nightlife.
So much to share and no exact words to describe the entire Ibiza experience except maybe ECSTATIC RELAXING ENERGETIC. The stories from the heartwarming locals to the family oriented spots of the island—it’s gonna go on and on and on…..So here you go the Bestest Ibiza Postcards.The hustles and calmness of Ibiza in a nutshell.
Formentera & Ibiza’s sheltered coves and secluded beaches.
My Best Mojito Island Girl
Juan y Andrea (Formentera)
Best Boat Rides
There you go IBIZA in my mind and heart. I will see you again 2017
~ spread out your stay on the island- meaning try to book 2-3 days in different hotels on the island. You will experience a different feel and vibes staying at different areas.
~ Ibiza Town is more of the downtown area where the shops, boutiques, marketplace are located.
~ Playa d en Bossa -where you will experience the party scene.
~Santa Eulalia del Rio- more of the R&R resorts & family-friendly beaches
~ Formentera: awesome restaurants, secluded beaches, tranquility
~ Private boat tours: highly recommended if you want to explore secluded islands and coves. Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Cliff Diving
~ Tickets to all the clubs and events should be purchased ahead of time. Most of the ticketing booths are located in Ibiza Town and hotels. The clubs opens at 12 am but it really starts at 2 am. The Foam Party starts at 6 am.
The downfall of not getting advance tickets–you will end up waiting in line at 4 am outside the venue, no guarantees.