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Ibiza charities – Moji’s Animal Sanctuary

Moji’s Animal Sanctuary is a charity that aims to make the island as safe and healing for four-legged creatures as it is for two. Ibiza is a refuge for many people, but can be a difficult place for animals. Transient lifestyles, neglect, or simply ignorance of proper care can lead to …

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How to throw a DIY pizza party

If you’re looking for a fun, all-ages winter activity that won’t break the bank, try a do-it-yourself pizza party. For less than the price of takeaway, and a lot more fun, you can host an entertaining evening that ends in a delicious meal for all involved. Here’s what to do… …

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Healing in Ibiza: Acupuncture

Ibiza is an island with a unique energy, which is perhaps why it attracts a large community of healers and alternative therapists. One of the many healing arts available on the island is acupuncture, one of the most popular and proven of types of complementary therapy. We sat down with …

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How to eat seafood

Seafood is one of Ibiza’s culinary delights. However, eating it gracefully can be tricky. It requires more than a simple fork and knife approach, as anyone who ever confronted a crab or whole fish can vouch. Not only that, it often appears in festive situations where you’d like to appear …

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Pet travel tips for winter getaways

Many island residents like to travel over winter, which means getting on a plane or a ferry. For those who want or need to take a pet, the process can seem daunting, but there are tricks to make the experience easier and less stressful for you and your furry friend. …

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Classic reads: travel

With the change of seasons everything slows down a little bit in Ibiza. During the summer months we’re lucky to have time to skim the Diario so it is a luxury to be able to sit down and enjoy a good book. To inspire your library, we’ll be sharing a …

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Traditional winemaking on Ibiza

Next time you enjoy a glass of wine or two, pause to think that winemaking in Ibiza is as old as the island’s famous salt trade. In fact, wine was perhaps more important than salt to Ibiza’s first major known culture, the Phoenicians. Josep Lluis Joan Torres is an expert …

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Ibiza food: aubergines

In autumn Ibiza fields and markets are full of the rich purple hue of aubergine — berenjena in Spanish. Not only are they beautiful to look at, they are fantastically versatile and nutritious. To help you enjoy the seasonal bounty, here are 12 fun facts about aubergines plus a recipe …

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Mama Fitness Ibiza FAQ

Personal training during and after pregnancy isn’t just for camera-conscious celebs. Exercise has lots of benefits for expectant and new mothers, as personal trainer Sandra Albuschat knows from experience. Sandra created Mama Fitness Ibiza to empower women navigating the physical and mental changes of pregnancy and post-partum. With more than …

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Knitting – a new autumn hobby

Cosy socks and sweaters are essential for cool Ibiza autumns and winters. Have you ever thought of making your own? Instead of picking up another jumper from a shop, you could craft your own with nothing more than a pair of knitting needles. Knitting has become popular in recent years …

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