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.

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