Bye, bye beautiful Formentera, 
we are back in Santa Eulalia!

We do think this is the best part of Ibiza. Santa Eulalia  – great beaches, stunning  beach clubs, awesome shops, delicious cocktails, smooth tunes & fab people watching. Bliss.


Ibiza is stuffed with cool things to do this month and right at the top of the list of places to go is Santa Eulalia’s Babylon Beach.
Homemade and gluten free cuisine from breakfast until late at night! 
Oh and they grow their own organic fruit and vegetables, right here on the island too.
They also have a very nice onsite boutique, presided over by the extremely stylish Kate and stuffed with a glamorous range of boho-chic fashion that’s ideal for that classically Bohemian Ibiza look. This lady really knows her Ibiza fashion. 

Coming soon:
Sailing from Ibiza to Mallorca !

and now: 

A mini guide for you!


Sunset Ashram, Cala Comte
The most beautiful sunset of your life? Go enjoy it on a deck chair, with your favorite drink, here at Sunset Ashram. During the day, this is also an excellent place to swim in clear, tranquil waters.

Cala d’Hort
The sole fact that it was added to the protected area list in 2002 should be a good reason to go. If you add white, untouched beaches to that, this bay definitely deserves a visit. Just make sure you’re ready for the walk you need to have to go there, all the way down a narrow, steep path!

Playa d’En Bossa
This is no doubt the most crowded beach on the island, because it’s very long, surely, but also because here is the highest club concentration of the entire island. This is where you’ll find the coolest nightlife of the island. One example? The infamous Bora Bora!

Cala San Vicente
Probably one of the lesser known beaches, and not for a lack of beauty… Actually not at all! This small pocket of land is surrounded by beautiful waters that almost create a natural pool. The environment around the beach is still wild and underpopulated: it’s ideal for those who want to stay away from the more chaotic bits of the island.