Ibiza Still Rocks
Ibiza is my favourite place in Europe. As soon as the plane touches down on the island it feels like I’m at home. But despite what you hear, Ibiza isn’t all parties and VIP areas. As the party season comes to a close, now is the best time to visit if you want to explore its less hedonistic and more relaxed side. Here’s why:
It’s a Bohemian Dream There’s a deeply spiritual side to Ibiza, which is perhaps why it was the island of choice for many travelling hippies in the 1960s. It’s all down to Es Vedra, a large mystical rock off the coast of Cala d’hort, which legends say has healing and supernatural powers. #Spooky! It has Beautiful Beaches Take the ferry from Ibiza Port to Formentera (a small island that’s just a 35-minute boat ride away) to discover the crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches of Playa de ses Illetes and Cala Saona. It’s a food lover’s Paradise Famous steakhouse STK opened its first Ibiza eaterie (@Stkibiza) just a couple of months ago and has already attracted some of our fave A-listers, including Nicole Scherzinger and Tinie Tempah. Celeb spotting is best served with a side of mac ’n’ cheese, trust us.