Summer Seventeen : Ibiza

posted on: Thursday, October 5, 2017









 2017 is the year for travel, for me at least! Never have I  had the itch so badly. If you have been following me on Instagram you will know that Europe is where I spent most of my time these last few months.

After the most epic weekend in the Hamptons with Revolve I headed straight to Spain to the biggest Party island in the world, Ibiza.

This was my third time to this magical island, Although I got to experience it a completely different way this time around.

I Spent about 3 days of the week at a friends Villa then moved to the Nobu Ibiza Bay Hotel. The Hotel was so beautiful, the rooms were extremely well decorated and big , not to mention in the most perfect location.
 There was a few cons however. Over priced, the staff wasn't the most helpful especially on the marketing and reservations side.

One of the most memorable days was spent on our friends yacht boating to Formentera. Which was a short 40 min ride. We anchored up and headed to lunch at the beach for some seafood paella.

Here is a list of a few of my favourite spots and the must see must do :

Passion Cafe - The most EPIC organic lunch spot in central Playa den Bossa. ( I could eat here everyday ) They are most known for there juices and smoothies. They offer vegetarian, Vegan , macrobiotic bowls, but also fish and poultry. Very good place to cure a hangover ;) MUST GO

Fish Shack - If you want to watch the most amazing sunset while having some local beer and Fresh Fish, this is a great local secret spot.

Cipriani - High end Italian Cuisine. If you want to break the bank a little for an authentic Italian Dinner, then this is the place!

Lio- The most entertaining cabaret dinner spot right on the marina in front of the super yachts. Great for a big group dinner. Not going to lie it kinda feels like you are at a super fun wedding!

Minami- Japanese Restaurant in Ushuaia Hotel - Very good, but again over priced!

Nightclubs- Ushuaia, Hi Ibiza, Amnesia, Pacha, DC 10, The Cave

Juan Y Andrea- Fine cuisine located in the heart of formentera right on blue bay, with amazing views of the Mediterranean sea.

We Unfortunately didn't make it to the old town this time around but you must go and walk around, the best time is after 3pm when its not too hot!

Hope you guys can get to visit this magical place at some point. Highly recommended to visit in July and August

Yellow Dress: Reformation

Swimwear: Acacia, Solid Striped

Top and Shorts: Lovers & Friends , Denim Shorts Levis




























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