As crazy as it might sound, this was my FIRST time to Ibiza. I have been wanting to go for years and years and finally managed it. I didn’t live the so called ‘Ibiza crazy fun’ life as I went with my little tot and other mums. But I had a blast! I will definitely be making a return that’s for sure.
We stayed in a gorgeous villa in San Josep, check out the view!
The weather was peachy.
After some well earned sunbathing, we ended up in Cipriani’s for dinner! and what a dinner! The food here is incredible, I have never tasted food this good. This is a must go to place for great food, but be warned you must book in advance. If you are on a tight budget, then this may not be your restaurant of choice because it is a tad pricey.
Chicken with a side of fries was on the menu. But I recommend eating the pasta, they are divine!
Day 2 involved some more sunbathing. I was a bit bored of my sunglasses and picked these up from a passing by seller on the beach along with a coconut and a basket of fresh fruit:)
Some of us headed to the old town for a spot of shopping and dinner:) We chose a very Spanish restaurant serving tapas, and famous bruschetta. I was surprised with how many different types of bruschetta was on offer. I am used to London’s usual, cheese and tomato bog standard choice!
I settled for one with anchovies and tomatos.
And a tuna salad for my main.
We headed for a little walk around. Not sure I made the right choice wearing these wedges for the type of cobble flooring.
Shorts:H and M/Top:H and M/Bag:Gap/wedges:Bimba and Lola
Day 3, we set out to Play de Conda beach which had magnificent views.
My beach bag essentials.
We headed to Blue Marlin for some afternoon drinks. You can’t come to Ibiza and not make a trip to Blue Marlin. The best days are Sundays but be warned, get ready for some pushing and shoving and plenty of shoulder touching. It can get extremely busy.
The lovely bar tender whipped up a great non-alcoholic cocktail for me:) For all you drinkers out there, the non- alcoholic drinks that they put together is awesome, doesn’t hurt to cleanse your liver and detox every now and again.
Last supper of the trip involved some seafood pasta. It wasn’t as good at Cipriani’s but it had to do.
On our final night we ended up in an arabic type restaurant bar hence the camel but I have no idea what the name of this place is. We pretty much went along with the crowd blindly and rushed through our drinks to make it in time for our early flight.
So that was Ibiza in a flash.
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