Gianluca Vacchi, amazing in Ibiza! Summer 2018 as protagonist at Amnesia: landing at the Balearics

Gianluca Vacchi to conquer the Balearic Islands. Especially in Ibiza. After the launch of his new single “Trump-it”, the Emilia-Romagna businessman has closed an important artistic agreement for the summer of 2018. Gianluca Vacchi will be one of the resident DJs at the prestigious Amnesia of Ibiza. An obvious symptom of the popularity that the Italian star of Instagram has been recording for some time in Spain.

Gianluca Vacchi arrives in Ibiza. Not for a holiday in the Balearic Islands but to formalize an artistic agreement. The millionaire of Bologna in fact, this summer, will have as a reference point Spain. In the Balearic Islands archipelago Gianluca Vacchi will perform as Dj Resident. In fact, the Italian star of Instagram has linked to the prestigious Amnesia of Ibiza.

Gianluca Vacchi has shared on Instagram some images that portray him on the island of the Balearic archipelago. For the Italian entrepreneur, long projected full time in his musical activity, a recognition of no small importance. In recent days Gianluca Vacchi has launched his new single “Trump-it”. And like “Viento” it immediately turned into a social success, especially in Spanish-speaking countries. In (South America) and in Spain the popularity of Gianluca Vacchi is in fact equal, if not higher, than that enjoyed in Italy. The entrepreneur from Emilia Romagna, net of its promotional initiatives, proves once again to be able to tune into different audiences. Especially the younger ones.

In recent (images shared on Instagram), Gianluca Vacchi appears in a dazzling form. In the (photo-gallery) referring to Spain, he writes: “See you this summer in Ibiza at Amnesia #amnesiaibiza. I’ll try to be positive vibes and enjoy with you guys “.

Gianluca Vacchi 2018: not just clothing and social communication on Instagram. In the biography of the entrepreneur born in Bologna a leading role lies in his passion for music. Just the artistic activities of Gianluca Vacchi, widely documented in the photos on Instagram, are increasingly assuming a leading role in his public life.

Gianluca Vacchi and the social age. The entrepreneur of Bolognese origins was among the first to understand the enormous potential offered by the social network of photo sharing: it is no coincidence that Gianluca Vacchi tends to update his Instagram wall without interruption. (Photographs) and short films, many of which describe the everyday life of Gianluca Vacchi also abroad.
Who is Gianluca Vacchi? Biography of a star 2.0. Net of the criticism, often not very tender, that come from insiders and the general public, remains in the background an ineluctable data: the entrepreneur can expose to the counter something like over 11 million (followers) who daily consult his profile Instagram and its updates in (photo-social). The official Instagram profile of Gianluca Vacchi is among the most famous and visited in Italy.
Gianluca Vacchi on Instagram. Not everyone’s pleasure is a price to pay that the (Italian Web-Star) has put in a budget for some time, like others (VIPs) and public figures. Over two thousand six hundred posts shared, the testimony of how Gianluca Vacchi uses his official Instagram profile with professional parameters. It is a fact that the Italian millionaire boasts numbers that, even remotely, the majority of Italian celebrities can exhibit on Instagram. And this is explained by Gianluca Vacchi’s ability to communicate, able as few VIPs to be able to tune in with what the general public is looking for: following trends but also showing off his personality.

8 happy and hippy addresses in Ibiza

Well before the VIPs (see under Belén, Alessia Marcuzzi and Federica Nargi), Ibiza has been for years the cult island of flower children, coming from all over the world and attracted by its uncontaminated nature. To remind us of the hippy past of the famous “Isla Blanca”, among the most loved islands in the Mediterranean, is the new book “Ibiza Bohemia” (Assouline) by Renu Kashyap, stylist who has moved here since 2012 with her family and today he wanted to honor his new “homeland”.

From the beaches where bongos play to peaceful shelters where they practice yoga, the hippie-chic atmosphere of Ibiza, belonging to the group of the Balearic Islands, is its hallmark, explains Renu in his book (full of beautiful photographs), so much so that the dress code – good from morning till evening – provides a pareo, flip-flops and at most some ethnic collanina.

Landing for artists, creatives and musicians from all over the world (including Mick Jagger and Kate Moss), since the Summer of Love its freak mood has remained intact, especially in some magical places.
Which? You can find them all collected in our gallery.

Rafael Nadal is competing in the Balearic Golf Championships

Rafael Nadal, number one of the ATP rankings, will play this Sunday for the title in the Amateur Championships of the Balearic Islands of golf.

The 31-year-old champion from Mallorca, who has been arrested due to an injury, has spent the last few days concentrating on golf and will enter the last day of the competition with a single shot by Juan Pedro Manjón, the event leader.

And do not think that this is an event with mediocre golfers because the Spaniard has surpassed several discreet golfers like Miguel Bisellach and Josep Juaneda, all behind Rafa at the beginning of the last decisive day.

Nadal took this tournament very seriously, after spending the last week at the hotel where the competition takes place in Santa Ponsa.

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Foreign investments: the Italian Scrooge choose the sun of Spain and Brazil

A recent analysis by has revealed the countries where our compatriots buy more luxury properties.

Foreign investments: the Italian Scrooge choose the sun of Spain and Brazil
Despite the epithet with which Italy is known all over the world, or “the beautiful country”, our compatriots choose to invest abroad. In particular, a research conducted by for the prestige real estate sector, has shown how the local Scrooge of the Duckbuds favor the hot places for their second homes (of course, luxury).

Observing the numbers well, it turns out that Spain and Brazil are the two countries with the highest percentage of Italians ready to invest in brick, with an average budget of 3.5 and 2.5 million euros respectively (and with a saving of about a million compared to those who choose to spend the winter in the United Arab Emirates).

Specifically, the most sought-after locations for Spain are the Ibiza party, about one investor every three, Marbella and Port d’Andratx in the south-western part of the island of Mallorca. About 20% of Italians who choose Brazil instead favor Salvador, followed by Florianopolis and Rio de Janeiro: third, but with investments that generally exceed 6 million euros.

Whoever chases the heat, but has a lower capital available, aims at the other eight states that complete this special classification. After the aforementioned Spain and Brazil, Italians who buy luxury properties abroad are targeting Dominican Republic, in third place with an average budget of 1.8 million euros, and Portugal. Followed by the sunny Florida, Malta (less exotic but closer) and the fascinating Barbados. Nona is Greece, which with its countless and beautiful islands requires slightly lower investments: 900 thousand euro is the figure that on average our compatriots are willing to spend to secure a place in the sun. Lucky them! Finally, to close the top ten we find a destination increasingly appreciated by low-budget travelers, that is South Africa.

Vip white week, the most exclusive ski destinations

If in the summer the international jet set targets locations such as Ibiza, Mykonos, Saint-Tropez etc., the question arises: where do VIPs go when temperatures are anything but mild? Simple, on the snow. Given their economic possibilities, why not give up a nice holiday on the most exclusive ski slopes in the world? The British newspaper The Telegraph has identified those that are the most loved by international stars belonging to the world of fashion, music, sport and cinema. So, to meet your heart character, just take a pen and paper and write down where to spend your next winter holiday.

The British actress Emma Watson, for example, cares about France and takes refuge in Mèribel for leisure and forget about all forms of stress. We are in the French department of Savoie, in the heart of the 3 Vallées or one of the most famous ski areas in the world that has so much to offer sportsmen. In addition to giving stunning scenery, in fact, allows you to enjoy wellness breaks, good food and a thousand and one activity.

If you go to Switzerland, you can take a look at the tourist region of Lenzerheide: this is where all winter sports enthusiasts meet, but also those who have a relaxing holiday in mind. Roger Federer knows that he is one of the most loyal. The offer is indeed rich and, thanks to the sun that seems to be a constant presence here, it is possible to crown every dream. One of the areas to keep in mind is the Arosa Lenzerheide ski area with 225 km of groomed trails. If the day is not long enough, thanks to SnowNight, the fun continues even when the sun goes down.
Even Prince William of England, Sarah Ferguson and Madonna love the charm of Swiss landscapes and specifically target Verbier, the most cosmopolitan of the Valais ski resorts where there is always something to do, see or taste. . It ranges from paragliding to elisci passing through a trip to museums until you get to the discovery of local products.

Flying to earth with stars and stripes, we arrive in Aspen (Colorado) where there are many famous skiers who are now at home like Mariah Carey, Michelle Obama and Ivanka Trump who are targeting this charming ski destination located in an exceptional setting : the Rocky Mountains. There is something for everyone. The goal is tempting to the most athletes ready to ski face to face with unspoiled nature as for those in search of relaxation as its center offers elegant cafes, restaurants and trendy boutiques from the likes of Dior, Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci. There is also space for culture: contemporary art, in fact, awaits at the Aspen Art Museum, a fascinating structure both inside (for the works housed) and from the outside, because behind it there is so much charm, the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban.

From Greece to the Balearics here are the most spectacular landing places for your boat holiday

They are a well kept secret in the logbooks of the skippers who have discovered them in years of navigation in the Mediterranean. The hidden cove where to throw the anchor in perfect solitude, the sheltered from the furious mistral, the restaurant of the fishermen from the sea to the plate.

The added value of a boat holiday is the most beautiful landing places. From Greece to the Egadi to the Balearics, here are the most spectacular.

Just over three square kilometers in the Dodecanese archipelago, about fifty people, a small port, some tavern like Apolaxsi. No cars, so many goats and fishing nets stretched out in the sun. Arki, 7 miles from the best known Lipsi, is all here. It is the sea the must-have of the postage stamp. The star is Linnari, the most spectacular bay, with white sand and crystal water. It has the turquoise reflexes Tiganakia, or Blue Lagoon. The only event on 23 August: the festival of Panigiri, where the inhabitants and the few tourists go wild in traditional dances.

A few miles and you arrive at Halki, miniature of nearby Symi. A triumph of colors, so different from the brilliant white architecture of the Cyclades. In front of the parade of islets that resembles a coral reef. It is moored in the bay of Trachia, with the isthmus under the castle of 1300 with two beaches, the green islet of Alimnia or Areta, the most secluded.

To the west, small worlds are concentrated in a small space, in Levanzo, six square kilometers in all, where sailing in the heart of the protected Aegadian area. Shepherds who travel the island on the back of a mule, fishermen who paint the colorful wooden boats in Cala Dogana in front of the small village of white houses, lobster directly from the sea to the trattoria Paradiso. Green pastures, fruit trees and the Mediterranean maquis of 400 different species cover the interior. Cala Minnola is the pearl of the coast, a sea mirror lapped by dwarf pines. The Grotta del Genovese, on the opposite side, contains a treasure, engravings and colored paintings in red and black of the Palaeolithic period that represent dancers, oxen, donkeys and fawns. We forget the world in Cala Fredda, a blue dream.

But even if you rented in Majorca in the Balearic archipelago, partly colonized by droves of tourists, Germans in the lead, reserve surprises. The habitué is well aware that a few hours stop at the overcrowded Es Trenc, turquoise sea and three kilometers of white sand dunes, which has nothing to envy to the Caribbean and point the bow towards Cap de Formentor, famous for the lighthouse and the white sandy beaches, Cala Figuera and Cala Murta. And, to the north-east, the beaches of Cala Agulla, Alcudia and Cala Ratjada. The red and white tower of Cabo Llebeig d’Isola announces the island of Cabrera. It is moored to the dead bodies (to be reserved 20 days in advance) and goes around with the tender of this extraordinary nature reserve, a national park that hosts turtles, dolphins and corals. A path climbs to the castle of 1300 which dominates Puerto Cabrera.

Returning to our waters, we escape the invasion of boats of the Costa Smeralda in Carloforte, on the volcanic island of San Pietro. It is a wild Sardinia, free-range, where you can discover caves, cliffs overlooking the sea like the Mezzaluna and the Conca, stretches of sand and the power of the Faraglioni called the Colonne. To the east, it is a good sheltered Cala Guidi, more sheltered and collected. Before allowing a dinner on board based on the gold of the island, still caught in tuna, which everyone calls the tuna race.

Gianluca Vacchi new resident dj of the Amnesia of Ibiza



The organization of the residence is entrusted to the Made in Italy group that has been operating on the island since the late nineties, first with a house proposal, then with the Flower Power and now with Latin music. Gianluca Vacchi will undoubtedly involve his many “genre” friends like J Balvin and Luis Fonsi.

The announcement comes on the day of the launch of the second single on Spinnin ‘Records’ Trump It’. So it’s good that the party sounds will not only be Latin but will open up to the electro house.

Ibiza loses Paris Hilton, one of his muses

The businesswoman ends five years as a ‘dj’ resident at the party held every summer Sunday

Paris Hilton attacks again with another summer song
Paris Hilton: “I’m a business woman, not a fool”
Paris Hilton: “Ibiza is my favorite place in the world”
The well-known businesswoman and DJ, Paris Hilton, has announced that she stops playing music at the well-known Amnesia nightclub in Ibiza as she has been doing for the past five summers. The designer has also announced through a statement that her collaboration with the club ends in which every Sunday of the summer her Foam & Diamonds party was celebrated.

The multimillionaire has been grateful to fans who have supported her in recent years attending one of the most successful events of the club season on the island. “I want to thank my fans and the public for their loyalty and enthusiasm and for Amnesia’s professionalism and confidence,” says the designer. “Together we have lived five wonderful years in Ibiza, a very special place for me,” he said in the statement.

The socialite advances that closes its stage in the club “to continue creating dreams and providing unique experiences” although without clarifying details of its future plans on the island. Hilton clarifies that the end of her time at Amnesia is not the end of her visits to the Pitiusas. “See you in Ibiza next summer” clarifies.

The businesswoman is immersed in the preparations for her wedding with actor Chris Zylka. On January 2, Hilton published several photographs on her Instagram profile that portray her 32-year-old partner kneeling in the snow holding a box with a ring. Both were engaged during the holidays they spent in Aspen, Colorado. The businesswoman said then to feel excited about being committed “with the love of my life” and for being the “luckiest girl in the world”.

War on plastics, after the “strategy” a great European research

Europe has recently become the leader in the fight against plastic, thanks to the strategy announced just over two weeks ago: by 2030, all plastic packaging will have to be reused or recycled and the use of microplastics will have to be drastically reduced. “It is a problem that concerns us closely: the Mediterranean is one of the seas most affected by this problem, worldwide.The impacts of marine litter on marine biota within marine protected areas (MPA), including species in of extinction, they remain poorly known, but it is clear that prevention and mitigation measures are urgently needed “, explains Maria Cristina Fossi, an ordinary professor of ecology at the University of Siena.

Just a few days ago, the European Union (Med – Interreg) decided to finance the Plastic Busters MPAs project – among whose coordinators, in addition to Fossi, there is also Teresa Romeo dell’Ispra (Higher Institute for Environmental Protection and Research) – which includes actions that cover the entire marine litter management cycle, from monitoring and evaluation to prevention and mitigation, as well as actions to strengthen the network between the protected pelagic and coastal marine areas located in Italy, France, Spain, Croatia, Albania and Greece.

“This is the first basin-scale project in which EU and Ipa countries join forces to tackle marine litter through a coordinated approach,” Fossi explains. The impact of the microplastics does not save even those arms that, at least in the first analysis, would seem less affected by the problem. A study just published (February 5, 2018) on Trends in Ecology & Evolution, to which Fossi has participated working alongside Australian and American colleagues, sheds light on this theme by clarifying that in the Sea of ​​Cortez, in the lower California, a stretch of ocean populated by many large marine animals, the researchers calculated a presence of 0.7 plastic fragments per cubic meter. “So a whale shark, in that environment that we think almost untouched, ingested about 170 plastic particles a day,” Fossi observes.

Microplastics and marine pollution, however, have been discussed a lot and often in an alarmist manner, especially regarding the impacts on human health. Studies confirm a significant pollution rate and an impact on the biota that leaves no room for doubt. But how much of this plastic arrives on our tables? Fossi and colleagues are about to publish one of the largest studies conducted on the topic in the Mediterranean area: the researchers examined the presence of plastic in 450 fish specimens found in Italian seas. The incidences vary considerably depending on the species and the area in which it was fished, but the percentages range from 48% to 8%, as in the case of cod. Citing one of the edible species, such as mullet, the percentages are from 28% to 15%. “Even these data must be read carefully, on the subject there have already been too many alarms: a 28% incidence, for example, means that out of 100 individuals examined, we can find at most one or two plastic fragments smaller than 5 mm “, continues Fossi.

The presence of microplastics in some edible species should not encourage conjectures on the transmission of these pollutants to humans: when we consume fish, we eat its muscle tissue. The fulcrum of the matter, therefore, must be identified in the passage of the contaminants contained in the microplastics to the muscle tissue. “To date, however, there is no scientific evidence of this element”, continues Fossi. The number of fragments identified by the study is very small and probably does not constitute a determinant from the toxicological point of view. “In the coming months we will proceed with the analysis of the muscle tissues of these animals to understand how many contaminants transferred from the plastics could end up in edible muscle tissue”, explains the expert.