Thursday, April 27, 2017


3 Great Places to Eat in Ibiza for Under 10€

Comida de San Juan Where: Carrer Montgri 8, Ibiza Old Town, 07800 When: Monday – Saturday 1:30-3:30pm & 8:30-11pm About: Comida de San Juan is a must visit if you are coming to Ibiza… Expect: a long queue at the door, to share your table and to be encouraged to free up your table when you’re done eating – but all …

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Ibiza Winter Bike Tours

If you haven’t got your own bike here in Ibiza there are some great bike shops that offer hire and tours – a good thing to do this winter. Here’s a breakdown of the stores renting bikes and organising routes… Velo Club Ibiza Where: Ibiza Town About: Ibiza Velo Club are a destination bike tour company. They provide accommodation for your …

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5 Things to do in Ibiza When it’s Raining

Oh no! It’s raining in Ibiza! Don’t panic – here are some nice indoor activities, so you can make the most of a grey day… Sports Cafe, Ibiza Where: Playa D’en Bossa About: Even if it’s raining in Ibiza, the Sports Cafe in Playa D’en Bossa still is a great place to hang out, relax and catch up on your …

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Pros & Cons of Hiring a Scooter in Ibiza

Getting around the little island of Ibiza can be tricky; especially if you don’t want to rent a a big ole’ car for your holiday. So hiring a scooter could be a prudent option, although all that glitter’s is not gold – let’s take a butcher’s at the a pro’s and cons… PRO: It’s more economic Not only is it …

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Halfway through the summer and still standing…

This summer has proved really busy on Ibiza with dates for the rest of August hard to find. The few that can be found are either expensive, or risky if you’re being asked to part with money in a hurry… However, September and October are our own personal favourite months, when the sea is still warm, the clubbing kids are …

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5 Authentic Chiringuitos in Ibiza

In it’s purest and most traditional form, the word “Chiringuito” a would have referred to a small, often temporary building – (usually dedicated to the service sector) normally at a beach – that’s purpose is to sell snacks, food and drink. We all know that the new Ibiza now entertains many great “Chiringuitos” of the fancier variety – all beautifully …

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9 Nice Alternatives Things to see and do in Santa Eulalia

One of the great things about the little island of Ibiza is it’s love independent business. While some of the most well-renowned brands that originated in Ibiza have now go on to claim worldwide success, the little island still plays host to a gaggle of small yet mighty independent traders. Infamous for saying “NO” to some of the heftier fast …

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New Balearic ‘Sustainable Tourism Tax’ comes into force next Friday

Considering the seismic negative shift in exchange rates that has been unleashed since the announcement of ‘Brexit’ it seems a bad time to announce a new tax on visitors, but that is what the Balearic Government have decided to bring into force next Friday. Nobody really believes that this tax will be set up, but at least the Spanish Gouvernement shows how …

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Spending by tourists in the Balearic Islands fell 3.8% in January 2016

International tourists spent €92 million in the Balearics during January, representing a decrease of 3.8% on last year, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (INE). The latest Tourism Expenditure Survey (Egatur) reveals that in January foreign visitors to Spain spent €3,712 million, 3.6% more than in the same month last year. The average expenditure per tourist, during their …

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Balearic Parliament announces a new inspection plan for tourist rentals

The Minister of Tourism, Biel Barceló, today announced in the Balearic Parliament that an inspection plan is to be “coordinated” to control irregular tourist vacation rentals on the islands, with the participation of the four Councils and the Balearic Government, through the Ministry of Tourism and the Tax Office. “It will be the first time there has been an inspection …

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