| July 25, 2016

Finally, it's summer, sun's out and we can't fight our wanderlust anymore. Today I want to give you a little guide what to see when you visit the third biggest Balearic island Ibiza - officially Eivissa. For me it isn't time to go and explore the world yet but soon (we all need a aim to work towards). ENJOY!

Ibiza Town

DALT VILA | That's how the historic centre of Ibiza is called. Narrow paths up the hill, a stroll around the city wall and a beautiful overview of the whole city area.

PUIG DE MISSA | By a few steps up a hill one gets to the top of the Puig de Missa - very magical at sunset. A country-typical church, chilling Gatos (= cats) and the perfect soft light.

Cala d'Hort

This might be one of the most beautiful bays of Ibiza. It's quite hidden and not that crowded - made for a relaxing beach day.

Sant Antoni de Portmany

Predominantly, this is one of the bigger towns where the teens go to have a good time while partying all summer long. After the main season (when we were there) it's nice to go for a relaxing walk along the promenade.

Sant Miquel

One of my favorite villages is Sant Miquel. There's just nothing better than a clean white house in front of a deep blue sky, isn't it?

Cova de Can Marça

Sant Joan de Labritja

My second favorite: A very neat village in the North-East of the island. It also has some cute little shops!


The last point on this go-see-list. The bay of Portinatx has two openings to the sea. One is adorned by a white-blue-striped lighthouse.

Guys, I hope you liked the little guide across the whole island. 
Are you going to visit Ibiza this year? What are your summer holiday destinations?

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