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welcome The Ibiza Yoga team wish you a warm welcome to your stay in the tranquil bay of Cala Benirras. Established in 2000, surrounded by natural beauty and one of the only bays in Ibiza without commercial hotels, we hope you find this a place to unwind, relax and shed the stress that life can bring us. At Ibiza Yoga we offer daily yoga classes lead by experienced instructors, accommodation in glorious surroundings, delicious vegetarian food and introductions to independent therapists to maximise the healing benefits of the yoga practice. Suggestions for many more activities and entertainment options are available to suit almost all needs. Our Safety guidelines are in place to ensure that all of our guests receive maximum relaxation and fulfilment from their stay at Ibiza Yoga and we


A welcome meeting to explain all the information for your stay at Ibiza Yoga is held at: Villa Palmas:

11am each Sunday

kindly request you leave this welcome book in you room for the use of future guests. If there is anything you are unsure about reading through this booklet or you have any questions regarding your stay please do not hesitate to speak to a member of staff. We wish you a wonderful stay. Ibiza Yoga Team.

Tips to Enjoy your Stay • If you want to explore the grounds and the surrounding areas please ensure you wear trainers or boots as the ground is quite rough and wearing flip flops may result in injury. • Please keep hydrated. Our tap water comes from a natural spring so feel free to help yourself. • Be sensible about how long you spend in the sun to avoid sunstroke.

Villa Roca:

12noon each Sunday

• The villas are cleaned ONCE a day and are NOT staffed 24 hours, so please clear away after yourself in all communal areas like the kitchen, bathrooms and living areas to minimise the risk of danger to you and your fellow guests. • Please refrain from drinking alcohol in the villas in consideration of other guests. • Familiarise yourself with the staff, therapists and other guests where possible. Report all unfamiliar people to the Ibiza Yoga staff as soon as possible.


YOGA CLASSES There will be 6 classes per week: • Two classes in the afternoon: Sunday and Thursday • Four classes in the morning: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday • There are no classes on Saturday.

Classes start at the times stated below:

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Please show consideration to other guests when practicing yoga. Enter the yoga space by: Observing our rule of silence during classes Have your mobile phone switched off Please remove your shoes before entering the yoga area If you think you may be pregnant or if you have any injuries or other symptoms of illness please inform your teacher before the class • Participate at your own pace and rest when you need to • • • •



THOMAS: Massage Yoga Notes • We advise you refrain from eating directly before a class. If you eat

breakfast before the morning class please allow at least one hour to elapse between eating and the start of the class. • Mats and yoga blocks are available for classes or individual

practice, they can be found in the wicker basket by the front door at Villa Palmas and in the wicker basket in the living room, under the TV, at Villa Roca. • Classes are held at both Villa Palmas and Villa Roca, if you feel you would

like to change classes please speak to a member of staff who will enquire about the availability of space in the other classes. • If you transfer yoga classes from Villa Roca to Villa Palmas there will be a

supplementary fee of €72/£60 per week. • In the event you do change classes during your stay you are not permitted

to use the facilities of the other villa. You will still eat meals, shower etc. at the villa you booked to stay in. And please note that access to the Villa Palmas pool is still strictly for guests staying at Villa Palmas only.

INDEPENDENT THERAPISTS To complement our daily yoga classes we have independent practitioners of various disciplines offering on site group or individual sessions: 6

After years of studying music and energy composition of the human body, in 2008 Thomas decided to travel to India where he learned the base of Ayurvedic philosophy and massage. Thomas also learned the first and second degree of Reiki healing which he stayed on to practise with his Reiki Master for some time, all while undergoing further practice of Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga in Dharamashala. Jeanette: Seed Ayurvedic and Thai massage Enjoy deep and reassuring strokes that relax, release toxins and ease energy blocks though a combination of Indian Ayurvedic and Traditional Thai massage, yoga and rebalancing. The use of oils and powder help stimulate blood flow and lymph circulation, stretching opens the joints and eases muscle tension, conscious breathing leads to deeper body awearness. The whole experience gives you inner balance and helps to improve your health. Fran: Oxygen Facials, Body Polish, Massage, Aromatherapy Hopi Ear Candles, Reiki and Body Piercing Have a single session or a combination of treatments to give your skin an all over glow. Oxygen facials are a celebrity secret, made in Switzerland the creams work from inside out. Your skin will feel silkier, firmer and look smoother. Compliment your facial with your preference of massage styles and/or a body polish, complete your session with Reiki, the most relaxing treatment there is. Hopi Ear Candling and Body Piercing are also available. • Practitioner’s details are in the folder in the living area of each villa outlining each discipline in detail and with information on the practitioner. • During the summer season qualified practitioners who are staying on the island may also offer sessions at Ibiza Yoga, the full list of therapists will be given at the welcome meeting each Sunday. • Costs will vary depending on the practitioner and choice of practice.


FOOD A light self service breakfast is offered in the morning. A vegetarian meal will be served after each yoga class. Meals will be served at the following locations:

Guests staying at: Villa Palmas Villa Roca Pagoda Garden

Will dine: Villa Palmas Terrace Villa Roca Terrace Villa Roca Terrance

The meal routine, service method, clearing away and washing up will be explained at your welcome meeting on Sunday morning. Fresh fruit, milk and juices are available all day along with tea and coffee in the kitchen in each villa, please help yourselves. Our tap water is from a fresh local spring so please feel free to refill your bottles. If you are using the kitchen outside of mealtimes, please clean, dry and put away any kitchen equipment, plates and utensils you use so the space may also be used by our other guests. There are four restaurants on the beach, just five minute walk from the yoga centre.

VILLA ROCA AND PAGODA GARDEN INFORMATION After 10pm we ask all guests to show respect for those sleeping and keep noise to a minimum.When using your mobile phone in and around the villa please show consideration toward other guests and set the ringtone to silent. The use of the computer and broadband internet is free. Wi-Fi access is also available in both villas; the password is on the notice board. Please note the computers in each villa are for general e-mail and web searches, they are not set up for downloading files. The DVDs, TV, CDs, Books and CD player are there for your entertainment. Please treat them with respect and place the DVDs and CDs back in their cases and books back on the shelves after use. A store of toilet roll and other basic requirements can be found in the bathrooms. To support the Benniras sewage system please put toilet paper and sanitary products into the waste baskets provided, not down the toilet. We do not allow guests to use the washing machine. We can give you a little washing powder if you wish to hand wash something, and you’re welcome to use the washing lines outside to dry the item.

We do not serve meals on a Saturday as many guests have varying departure/arrival times. 8


•  If you see lights, appliances or taps left on please switch them off. Please help us to be green and be mindful of wasting electricity and water. •  If you know you are the last one in at night please switch off the outside lights. •  Please respect the villa, its neighbours and surroundings. Please close all doors and windows carefully and quietly. •  Please do not sit on the furnishings while wearing sun cream, oils or wet bathing suits and please use coasters under drinks. All communal areas in the villa are cleaned during yoga class. Bedrooms are cleaned and bed linen charged only on Saturday.

Checking out Please vacate your room by 10am on Saturday. If you wish to arrange a later check out time to suit your flight, Ibiza Yoga can provide a locked storage area for your luggage but please remove all personal items from the bedrooms by 10am to enable preparation for the next guests. If you are staying longer than one week, on Saturday please ensure that your personal items from the bedrooms by 10am to enable preparation for the next guests.



VILLA PALMAS There is a users’ guide to Villa Palmas in the living area which explains how to use all the appliances, electrical systems and other general information. The Yoga deck is located on the roof, accessed by the outside wooden staircase on the left side of the villa.

garden when they are in season. We have lemon, grapefruit and fig trees.

VILLA ROCA There is a users guide to villa Roca in the living area which explains how to use all the appliances, electrical systems and other general information. The yoga deck is located on the roof, accessed by the steps to the rear of the villa. Cars may be parked on the left side of the driveway outside the villa. Please do not obstruct our neighbours gate on the right hand side. There is a pay phone in the living room which accepts one euro coins. The telephone number is 0034 971 333 557.

Cars may be parked at the front of the villa and on the side of the road outside the main complex. There is a pay phone in the living room which accepts one euro coins. The telephone number is: 0034 971 333 376. Please read the swimming pool signs, no running, jumping, horseplay or diving. Children must be accompanied by an adult when in the pool. •  Please be careful on outdoor steps as they become slippery when wet.

In Villa Palmas room 3, please lock your balcony door from the inside at night and upon leaving your room. Please switch off the air conditioning during yoga classes as it can be heard from the yoga deck.

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PAGODA GARDEN Yoga classes for the Pagoda guests (unless otherwise arranged) will take place on the Villa Roca roof deck. Each Pagoda has two large lockable storage drawers for your belongings. A storage shelf for each Pagoda is available within Villa Roca to store any valuable items. Padlocks are available to hire if you wish to lock the Pagoda drawers. Hire fee is 10€ per padlock including a 5€ deposit which will be refunded once the padlock is returned. The toilet and shower block for Pagoda guests is located in the garden. Use of the Villa Roca toilets and showers is not permitted. Please ensure you wear suitable footwear for outdoor terrain in the Pagoda Garden.We recommend guests use a torch when walking in the Pagoda Garden at night. The free use of the computer, broadband internet and Wi-Fi is available in Villa Roca, on the Villa Roca terrace and in Pagoda 2. The password is on the Villa Roca notice board or please ask a member of staff. 14

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR LOCAL ENVIRONMENT At Ibiza Yoga we strive to be as environmentally friendly as possible, but we need your support. Please help us to protect the environment in the following ways: Energy Consumption •  Turn off the lights when not in use •  Turn off the appliances that are not in use •  Do not leave the water running when brushing your teeth •  If you hear a toilet on constant flush or a dripping tap please inform a member of staff. •  To help reduce the use of washing machines please do not change towels or linen unnecessarily and hand wash items wherever possible. Recycling •  Labelled bins and recycling instructions are placed in the kitchen of each villa, please follow the instructions to help us minimise the impact to our lush green environment. Drinking Water •  Our tap water is filtered from a fresh local spring so please feel free to refill your bottles.


INTRODUCTION TO LOCAL AREA Benirras Benirras is still very wild and unspoilt, extends between Benirras and Port there are some wonderful walks to be San Miguel; it takes approximately 45 minutes walk one way. taken in the surrounding area. In San Miguel there are two large hotels and a gaggle of bars and restauJust a five minute walk from the rants as well as stalls selling beachwear retreat, down the road through the and jewellery. Friday evenings there is pine trees is Benirras Beach. a delicious sardine feast at the two or three seafood restaurants overlooking The beach has sun beds, umbrellas, the bay. pedallos and kayaks which you can hire. There is a cave on the left hand Take the road that goes up behind side of the bay which you can swim/ Villa Roca, come out of the driveway paddle into. and turn up the hill; this road leads to the caves and Port San Miguel. There are four restaurants on the beach serving up everything from Walking shoes are recommended as the a cheap tasty bocadillos to super fresh paella. In August craft stalls sell walk is a couple of miles. clothes and jewellery on the beach. Every Sunday all year long the drumming corp ‘Benedrums’ jams down on the beach from sunset until near midnight. The bay faces west giving spectacular sunsets. There are stunning views of the ocean, the Benirras rock and Puerto San Miguel from the scenic road that 16

Caves at Peurto San Miguel

The ‘Cuevas de Can Marca’ are along the road, half a kilometre’s walk along the road to Port de Saint Miquel, behind Villa Roca. This stunning cave system formed by

an underground river that once flowed through the hillside, it’s about 100,000 years old. Inside the cave this fascinating world of waterfalls, pillars, pools, stalagmites and stalactites is enhanced with dramatic lighting and trippy electronic music.

Le Corbusier, one of the pioneers of modernist architecture.

A rough unmade road leads to the entrance, there is a car park and a bar and multi- lingual tours start every hour, approximately 12€ each. Open from 11am to 1.30pm and 3pm to 5.30pm.

In the 1950’s the so called beat generation emerged, a post war anti-conformist counter-culture. The stereotypical beatnik was not down trodden but a poet, musician or artist with intense convictions. The anti-communist feelings in American at that time, forced many of the beat generation abroad seeking freedom of expression; many found their way to Ibiza, which is still today a haven for politically leftist sympathisers.

It’s approximately a half day trip to walk to the caves by foot from Villa Roca, see the caves and return; it is well worth a visit on a hot sunny day.

INTRODUCTION TO IBIZA Ibiza, much like the Caribbean island of Jamaica, has a home grown music scene the genuinely influences global music. The same can be said of the classic lbicencan architecture, evident all over the island in the traditional flat roofed casement houses and in the white washed rural churches with their minimalist form. Their chosen design, Moorish origin, had great influence on

The islands distinctly bohemian character began in the 1940’s when it became a haven for leftist opponents of the fascist dictator, Franco.

In the 1960’s and 70’s Vietnam draft dodgers and hippies continued to flock to Ibiza in their droves, drawn to the island alternative heritage and liberal local attitudes drugs and sexuality. Actors including Elizabeth Taylor and Laurence Olivier made Ibiza a thespian melting pot. The 70’s also saw the launch of many of the super clubs, Pacha opened in 1973 just outside Ibiza town, in 1976 Amnesia was converted from a farmhouse to a night club and in 1978 Cafe del Mar opened in San Antonio. 17

In the 1980’s Wham! Kicked off the decade filming their ‘Club Tropicana’ video in Ibiza. Towards the end of the 80’s DJs Paul Oakenfold and Danny Rampling visited the Island, discovering the drug ecstasy and the ground breaking music of Alfredo, the Argententine born resident DJ at Amnesia. They returned to the UK to launch the acid house scene. Two years later The Sun newspaper tags Ibiza ‘Ecstasy Island’. Continuing through the 1990’s to the present day Ibiza is still recognised as the home of some of the worlds most popular nightclubs. The scene is still powerful enough to launch new tunes and influence dance floors all over the world. Every summer season A-list celebrity DJs play devoted crowds in some of the most atmospheric clubs on the planet. Now after years of negative publicity that labelled Ibiza as little more than a budget ravers playground, the island is re-establishing itself as one of


sparsely populated north of the island is more popular, with secluded villas, stunning pine forests and boutique retreats and hotels. Whatever your tastes or interests Ibiza has something special to offer, something special for you to discover.

Known locally as Eivissa, Ibiza town is the cultural heart and capital of the island. Set around a beautiful harbour it is one of the Mediterraneans most stunning capitals, full of chic bars, boutiques and restaurants.

processions of costumed dancers bearing banners promoting the famous Ibicencan nightclubs.

The Vara del Rey is an elegant tree-lined boulevard with beautiful twentieth century buildings, hosting a Along the passing Maritim are a array of fashionable boutiques as well cluster of classy cafe bars, a great place as the famous cafe bar, the Montesol. to sit with a glass of something cold A block to the south is Placa de Parc, and enjoy the view of yachts and a terrific free plaza lined with fig trees Ferries coming and going. and palms, offering a myraid of atmospheric cafe bars and restaurants. Just past the Estacio Maritimo, the modern harbour building, the street is lined with bars and restaurants, which offer a perfect vantage point to watch the outrageous club parades and

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Dalt Vila, Ibizas’ old town Rising above the harbour is the imposing Dalt Vila, a walled enclave around shops, cafes and the old gypsy quarter, topped by the Moorish castle and Catalan cathedral. Visible from much of the south of the island the Dalt Vila is Ibizas most famous landmark. Around the atmospheric harbour side, often referred to as el Puerto ( the port), is the heart of old town Eivissa. A twisting maze of narrow streets is sandwiched between the Dalt Vila walls to the south and the harbour waters to the north. Its white washed alleys and little plazas are full of unique shops, restaurants and bars, bustling with people until the early hours. Explore the narrow, winding, steep cobbled streets and catch magnificent views from the breaks in the high ramparts and the vast terraces at each level or enjoy the lively street atmosphere from one of the many restaurants or bars in the old town.

San Antonio San Antonios main harbour, full of yachts, fishing boats and ferries, begins at the monument known as The Egg. A white sculpture erected to commemorate the claim that Christopher Columbus was born on the island. Inside the hollow egg is a miniature model of the fifteenth century caravel vessel in which the explorer sailed. West of the egg the promenade is lined with tropical palms and flowering shrubs, and a series of fountains that are dramatically illuminated at night. Further around the harbour are a row of pavement cafes where you can eat and drink while watching the fishermen mend their nets. The west end is not only the liveliest part of San Antonio but also the liveliest part of Ibiza, where you can shop in the day and party at night. It is Mecca for many British clubbers with wall to wall nightclubs, pubs and disco-bars, playing a whole range of music genres. On the other end of the spectrum is the relaxed sunset strip, a 250 metre stretch of beach front chill out bars, home to the famous Cafe del Mar and Mambo Cafe. This is San Antonio at its most sophisticated, a captivating location at dusk, when all eyes turn westward to watch the sun sink into blood red Mediterranean sea accompanied by ambient chill out music. 20

SPAS Atzaro Spa Atzaro Spa is truly holistic and serene sanctuary offering a totally new concept in spa healing and wellness. It’s environment, unique and exquisite experience will nourish your soul, body and mind or enjoy the relaxed ambience of the gourmet restaurant and Bubbles bar. Ibiza Yoga guests are entitled to go to Atzaro Spa for 20€ each per day, if you would like to go please let the manager know so it can be booked for you.

SHOPPING AND MARKETS Ibiza Town Shopping The shopping capital of the island. From the cobbled white washed lanes surrounding Dalt Vila, full of chic boutiques, to the modern shopping boulevard Avenida Bartomeu Rosello, where you can find designer labels and cool individualistic street and club wear. Full of lounge bars and cafes to rest your weary feet Ibiza town offers a great day out.

San Antonio Shopping Inexpensive to mid range clothes and accessories, from funky to hip, you will find it all here. Terminal is the one stop shop for a whole range of music both on vinyl and the shiny silver disc.

Santa Eularia, Shopping Ibizas third largest town, Santa Eularia has two softly sloping sandy beaches and a marina, Port Esportiu, a lovely place to eat and drink on a long Balearic evening. The Passeig de s’Alamera is Santa Eularias most attractive avenue, a shady tree lined pedestrian thoroughfare with shoulder to shoulder stalls selling ranges of jewellery, sarongs and tie dye clothing. 21

RESTAURANTS AND BARS Es Canar Market Just 5km north of Santa Eularia, with its gorgeous crescent of pale sand. The vast hippy market held here every Wednesday is renowned across the island. In its labyrinthine corridors of stalls you find sarongs, jewellery, posters and every kind of hippy associated paraphernalia. Open 10am to 6pm.

Las Dalias Market After the hippy market at Es Canar each Wednesday the stall proprietors migrate to the grounds and garden of the restaurant bar, Las Dalias. So begins the epic Indian themed event known as Namaste, full of colour, music and vegetarian food. There is also a Saturday market that is well worth a visit for its ethnic artefacts.

Sant Jordi Market A very popular Saturday market held in the former horse and buggy race track known as the hippodrome. It’s Ibizas most quirky affair, more of a car boot sale than the more commercial hippy markets around the island. You will find clothes, book, music and anything else the locals want to let go of at a fair price, don’t be afraid to haggle, the odd gem waits to be discovered. Open 9am to 2pm.

Bambuddha Grove One of the most well known restaurants on the island, Bambuddha Grove is a ‘Mediter Asian’ restaurant surrounded by terraced fields a 15 minute drive from Ibiza Yoga. Built from a stunning pyramid roofed, bamboo and thatch Balinese Banjak a traditional meeting hall which was shipped from Bali), the decor is a kitsch cocktail of Asian styles with an outdoor area strewn with cushions, sushi bar, dance floor playing the Balearic beats, clothing and a jewellery shop all open until 4am. Every Wednesday evening Ibiza Yoga arrange a night out at Bambuddha Grove, this is not included in the price of your stay at Ibiza Yoga, if you wish to go please let the manager know by Tuesday so that taxis can be arranged. Taxis leave the villas at about 8pm and cost approximately €5 per person. Guests usually spend about €40 to €50 for food and drinks depending on what you have.


Aura is a lounge bar with a sophisticated metropolitan vibe. You can dine on a pan-continental menu in the gorgeous Garden Restaurant which is nestled within an orange grove and hanging vines, or finds an intimate lounge space on the Cocktail Terrace surrounded by hanging jasmine and bougainvillea. After enjoying great food and cocktails head inside to the club which boasts an international line up of world renowned DJs spinning tunes to sooth the heart and lift the soul. Open until 4am. There is also an adjoining art gallery that showcases local talent.



NIGHTCLUBS A laid back garden restaurant with nightly live performances, ranging from stand up comedy and DJs to an open mic night. The excellent food is

Clubbing in Ibiza while attending a yoga retreat may not appear to be compatible. However if yoga teaches us anything it is balance and moderation, so if you decide to try out a club it would suit your yoga schedule to do so on Saturday, Wednesday or Friday.

reasonably priced and the atmosphere is always vibrantly cool.



Las Dalias market bar At Las Dalias bar every Wednesday in the trellised gardens market stalls are set out selling everything from clothes, jewellery to food, music and crafts. In the evening the focus moves towards Namaste, an Indian themed evening of live music and a trance party that runs until dawn.

Namaste A chill out event at Las Dalias every Wednesday, approximately 20 minuets away by cab. Featuring live music, dancers, street performers, an oriental bazaar, chill out area and chai shop.

- Musically the most influential club in Ibiza, the birthplace of the Balearic beat and the subsequent acid-house phenomenon that went on to be a catalyst for the global clubbing revolution. Progressive house, techno and trance still rip up the dance floor.

Pacha - There are over seventy Pachas around the world, but Ibiza remains at the heart of the dance floor franchise founded on classy Balearic-style clubbing. Different dance rooms host salsa, funk, indie, hip-hop, global beats and vocal rich uplifting house.

Privilege - Listed in the record books as the biggest club in the world, boasted an indoor swimming pool, 14 bars and a club within a Coco Loco. Privilege can host 10,000 clubbers at capacity, though since its hayday in the 1980’s it rarely has.

Space - Twice voted ‘the best club in the world’ with its glass roof over the old terrace, the open air chill out terrace, a vast, dark main dance room and a plethora of alternative rooms, Space lives up to its hype. The party begins at 8am and finishes at 6am the following day; the twenty two hour dance marathon attracts a cosmopolitan crowd of clubbers from all over the world.



BEACHES Cala Boix Benirras

- Set within high crumbling cliffs Cala Boix is beautiful silver of beach, with

- There is no place like home. Benirras beach is right on our doorstep, just a 5 minute walk from the villas it is one of the most idyllic beaches in Ibiza. Legendary in hippy folklore for its wild sex and drug parties in the 1960’s and 70’s, Benirras remains distinctly bohemian. Every Sunday a throng of drummers gather to play and watch the sun set across the beautiful cove. At the mouth of the cove is Cap Bernat, a massive jutting rock that dominates the horizon. The beach has sun beds, umbrellas, pedallos and kayaks which you can hire. There is a cave on the left hand side of the bay which you can swim/paddle into.

coarse sand pebbles an a stunning shallow bay. Three simple restaurants sit high above the shore and there is a kiosk just above the beach for drinks and snacks.

Cala Nova - A kilometre north of Es Canar the wide sandy bay of Cala Nova is one of

the most invigorating on the island. Its churning waves are especially wild when there is a strong northerly wind blowing. Cala Nova never gets too crowded, there are always sun beds and parasols for hire and a bijou chiringuito serving fresh local fish, snacks and drinks.

- Also known as Cala Yoga, is a cove of stratified stone shelves and terraces which form natural places for sunbathing or yoga practice. The crystal clear azure water offers a perfect swimming area and is very popular with naturists and hippies, there is even a naked hippy selling chilled drinks from an ice box.

Cala Salades

Aguas Blancas

- Ringed by steep hills of pine forest that shelters the gorgeous 100m long strip of sand and sapphire waters. Other than the traditional fisherman’s huts and simple seafood restaurant there is nothing here but warm sea and beautiful beach.

- Named White Waters, Aguas Blancas is the only official nudist beach in the north of the island; it remains popular with old school hippies but is usually reasonably quiet. Fabulous bocadillos are served in the southern most bar, which is a great place to watch the Mediterranean sun rise. 26


Cala d’Hort - Directly opposite the magnificent rock island of Es Vedra, it has one of the

most spectacular settings in the Balearics. Many myths and legends are attached to this breath taking island: it is said to be home of Tanit, the fertility goddess of Ibiza whose worship was brought here by the Cartaginian Empire 500-146BC.

Las Salinas - Ibiza’s most fashionable place to be seen, beloved by Spanish footballers, celebrities and wannabes. The stunning kilometre long beach of pale powder like sand is backed by pines, sand dunes and has a succession of miniature sandy coves. These mini beaches are claimed early in the day and preciously coveted by territorial sun worshippers. The beach is dotted with bars and cafes where you can eat and drink while watching the beautiful people pose.

Formenterra Island - Crystal clear turquoise waters and stunning bays Ferry’s leave Ibiza Town Port approximately every half hour in the high season.



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