Ibiza Guide Blogs

Blogs that reflect the diverse nature and culture of the island. Below are the blogs I have written on places and activities that I have enjoyed during my holiday visits to the island.

UFO Activity Lights Up The Ibiza Skies

UFO Activity Lights Up The Ibiza Skies

Sitting outside on the phone at 10.15 pm the object appeared in the Northern sky. At first, it appeared like a shooting star but when it changed direction and started to flash a green colour, it raised eyebrows. Then with a flash, it burst into a static white light and remained stationary for one minute before returning to a fast green flashing light and moved away again. When it travelled it changed colour to green and moved in a swift cross-shaped and circular formation. This silent sequence occurred four to six times in an approximate 5 minute period before suddenly disappearing again.

Heart Restaurant Ibiza

Heart Restaurant Ibiza

One of the highlights of my Ibiza holidays last year was an invitation to Guy Laliberté's Villa Party in Es Cubelles to see how the other side lives and parties and it was quiet an eye opener indeed. The Cirque du Soleil philanthropist is now involved with Heart Ibiza...

Bar San Francisco

Bar San Francisco

A trip to Ibiza is never the same without a jaunt down to Sallinas beach for a lazy lunch at Sa Trinxa and a dip in the sea. One of the best beaches on the island its long been a popular haunt of the locals especially at the weekends when its gets very full and...

Restaurante Can Cires

Restaurante Can Cires

Located in the very small village of San Mateo, with its imposing white Church and roads lined with vines and almond trees, a traveler can find Restaurante Can Cires, owned by an Ibicenco lady named Victoria and her french husband Frances. A unique combination that...

Ibiza Beaches

Ibiza Beaches

Some of my favorite beaches in Ibiza, are the small and intimate bays and coves dotted around its 150 Km coastline. Ibiza is a small island, so long sandy beaches are not commonplace. Instead, the "Cala" beaches are the most prominent beaches on the Island. Cala means...

El Rincon de Pepe

El Rincon de Pepe

Before KU, Cafe Del Mar, Amnesia, Pikes or Pacha, there was El Rincon de Pepe in San Antonio. An oasis of traditional Ibicenco hospitality amid the bright neon lights of the popular resort. Each time I return to Ibiza I make it my business not to miss a visit to this...

Who is Ibiza

Who is Ibiza

Down through the centuries, Ibiza was enriched by many cultures. As it was a small island, with a farming population, Ibiza did not witness the destruction that war brings with it. Most civilisations left peacefully, when an enemy army arrived. Those that stayed,...

Los Tiempos Lindos

Los Tiempos Lindos

The golden era of the Hippy movement in Ibiza was the 1970s. A decade of innocence, purity, freedom and happiness, where a sweet little Mediterranean island became the crossroads for international travelers discovering enlightenment and new experiences. Much of the...

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