Ibiza at Christmas

TRANSLATE CHRISTMAS AT IBIZA? 5 EXCELLENT GROUNDS FOR ORGANIZING THE TRAVEL

 

 

You are thinking about it for a while but you are still undecided. Because you would like to spend a different Christmas than usual and would like to visit the island of Ibiza. To help you, we can give you five good reasons to organize the trip right away.

1. RELAX AND RUNNING

In Italy, Christmas often looks too much like a frenzied race to the most expensive or particular gift. And it ends up being even more stressful than a normal week of work. But not Ibiza. On this island, Christmas is full of relaxation. In the larger cities on the island, shops are obviously open until late. But Christmas is still a moment to live in the most complete tranquility, in the company of friends and relatives.

2. NICE PERSPECTIVE TEMPERATURES

Although it is not summer (and probably the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza you can only admire them without diving into the sea – unless you are really enterprising), temperatures are more than pleasant and occasional rains. If you do not have the hard winter cold and you want to enjoy some sunshine without having to reach distant exotic destinations, Ibiza is the right compromise.

3. THE HOSPITAL ATMOSPHERE

Choosing Ibiza as a destination for a trip also means this. And the Christmas period does not make sense. Ibiza is a lively, always moving island, a melting-pot of cultures that becomes almost tangible, and that pervades streets, squares, places, people.

4. SPORT

If your suitcase never misses all the equipment you need to practice your favorite water sport, you will only be spoiled for choice in Ibiza. In particular, Playa d’en Bossa, Cala Martina and Playa s’Estanyol are some of the best places to practice windsurfing, kitesurfing and scuba diving.

Villa Exclusive Ibiza

El Mediterráneo es un ambiente agradable en el que se oculta la villa,

un encantador tradicional finca ibicenca que conserva todas las características típicas de estos hogares, utilizando sólo

materiales naturales como la piedra y paredes muy gruesas que aseguran un clima agradable en todas las estaciones.


Externamente recientemente se ha hecho una atractiva piscina rodeada por una terraza con cómodos cojines,

tumbonas y sombrillas para el máximo confort de los huéspedes;

en una esquina hay un área intrigante cubierta por arena importada directamente de Formentera con una ducha al aire

libre cerca, todo el enfoque testimonio frente al contacto con la naturaleza.

Los interiores tienen un carácter único y el trabajo inimitable del propietario que ha personalizado

cualquier entorno con una mezcla de arte y colores extraordinarios, preservando al mismo

tiempo la mayor parte de los elementos originales de la coherencia estilística máximo;

Los asientos son cómodos y adyacente al comedor,

la cocina totalmente equipada con modernos equipos colocados de manera funcional en las inmediaciones.

El cuerpo principal de la finca tiene tres dormitorios con sus respectivos baños

que hacen eco a la perfección el sabor general de toda la casa, cada uno se distingue por combinaciones distintivas y

elementos de mobiliario únicas que personalizan los hacen diferentes entre sí.

Una pequeña dependencia independiente cerca de la piscina ofrece alojamiento para dos personas más.

La villa es una propiedad única en su género, un hogar altamente

personalizado a partir de sabor y el lugar del propietario en un entorno natural extraordinario a poca distancia, sin

embargo, de las playas y de la frenética ciudad de Ibiza, con destino a los viajeros con gustos refinados.

With the bike always

The rediscovery of the two wheels goes far beyond the urban shift: a Momondo study shows that 13 out of a hundred compatriots go on holiday with the bike.

Here are the most fascinating places to ride in Italy and around the world

Bike mon amour. Always and everywhere. Even on vacation, even in distant countries and antipodes of the globe.

The passion for the two wheels has never drowned, but there is no doubt that in the last luster there has been a rediscovery, due to a number of factors.

The desire to forget the daily traffic, the evolution of technology that allows to produce means closer to the needs of a more and more

heterogeneous audience, as well as the enjoyment of enjoying panoramas and paths that bring in contact with nature and back in time are only Some

of the main ones. Clearly speaking, there are data that certify a boost for the two pedestrian assisted wheels: 124,000 pieces sold in 2016,

more than twice the 56,000 placed in the previous year.

Beyond an electric motor that helps push, however, the trend is the desire for bikes, which Italians also like to take back during their holidays.

So much so that the people who plan the trip increase to look at places with suggestive cyclists.

According to a Momondo study – 24,700 interviewed in 23 countries and 1,009 people for Italy – the idea attracts 13% of compatriots,

who are only overtaken by Chinese and Polish at world level. Of these, little more than half aims for lonely holidays, just to dedicate themselves entirely to

cycling.

The question then is where to go? The surge in the market has made antennas both to producers and to administrations,

more sensitive to creating exclusive routes for cyclists. A recent trend by us, but already in place in many countries,

from North Europe, the land of excellence for the two wheels. The ten targets proposed by Momondo include, for example,

the Lofoten Islands, Norway, where the Vestfjord route allows to wander around mountains and coasts, altering rustic villages

and local fishermen in an uncontaminated countryside. The ultimate gem: the pedal in the midnight sun, during the summer months.

Moving by little, you arrive in Eindhoven, with the inimitable but short bicycle track of just 600 meters

(not to be missed in the Netherlands where the bike is a real means of transport) that combines the watercourse Collse with Opwettense to Nuenen

, both portrayed in Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings, and if you dive into a work of art is not enough, you can not miss the night out in the fluorescent

path that shines reproducing the starry night of the Dutch artist (one found, Of the Roosegaarde design studio).

Going south, in France there is the Route des Grandes Alpes, which from the banks of Lake Geneva to the beaches of the Côte d’Azur offers 684 km of

postcard views.

Level, apart from the low cost for intercontinental flights

Level, apart from the low cost for intercontinental flights
A new company within the giant IAG, the British, Iberia and Vueling: 99 Euros for the Barcelona-Los Angeles

Many talk about it but no one (or almost) makes them. Apart from Norwegian, which remains on rates a bit ‘higher, intercontinental low cost flights between Europe and the United States have for years been subject futuristic.

A short should start the Ryanair agreement with Aer Lingus and the same Norwegian to launch routes at low cost between the two sides of the Atlantic. Meanwhile, however, for the first time there is someone who is serious.

It is Level, the new company founded within the giant IAG (International Airlines group), that of British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and its Aer Lingus.

The first take-off are around the corner: it starts in June. Tickets start from € 99 each way, and the routes will be served by the time all from Barcelona El Prat, the company’s hub, to San Francisco (Oakland), Los Angeles, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, and Buenos Aires.

It can bet that if the first months of operation, served by two Airbus A330 (soon expected to become about thirty), will yield good results s’infittirà the network.

Operationally speaking, for the first time Level will be a kind of Iberia in disguise. Pilots and crew will in fact be supplied by two-thirds by former Spanish flag carrier.

Then come 250 recruitments in the land of Catalonia. Because we start from Barcelona? Simple: the interconnections available with low cost Continental Group, Vueling. “Barcelona is the home of Vueling – said Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG – and this will enable our customers flights from all over Europe” connection.

The A330 will be configured with 293 seats in economy class and 21 premium. But be careful: 99 Euros (or rising) only cover the chair. In economy class all other services, from meals to entertainment on board until the baggage to be shipped, will be paid.

In the premium segment, however, it should go up in price, but remain below average that a European traveler is usually expected for this type of travel, they will be included.

Even Norwegian from June activate new links with the United States. Starting from Edinburgh o Dublino to secondary airports in New York and Boston promotional rates are 69 euro for arrival and 138 for the return.

Around those 200 euro total, those on which it should be around Level.

However, at least for Italian travelers, offering IAG is more interesting for both the amount of connections between Italians and stop the Catalan metropolis for their cost.

It is no coincidence that for the Spaniards departures are even considering “various options including Italy – added Walsh – for now we start from Barcelona with the aim of extending the network”.

Even Air France and Lufthansa, through its subsidiary Eurowings, seems to be moving in this direction.

Walking Distance Of Balafia And La Paloma Restaurants

Spain, Ibiza

Villa, 6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, 12 persons, Pool, Gym, Garden, WiFi

A modernized Ibizan finca with 6 double bedroom located close to San Lorenzo and within walking distance of Balafia and La Paloma restaurants – two of the most popular restaurants on the Island.
The villa was fully renovated in 2016 with new kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and interiors throughout to make a stunning chic Ibiza finca in a great location to access the Island. The owner has finished the villa house to a very high standard with great finishes and modern furnishings creating a spacious modern stylish rental villa.

LAYOUT

In the main house are 3 double bedrooms with bathrooms, and 3 in a separate self contained casita. All bedrooms have air con and good storage.

The owners have made the villa suitable for for families and child friendly. Glass protection around the pool, there is also a playroom in the main house, and outside there is a wendy house, sandpit and trampoline. There is a perimeter wall, electric entry gate and alarm system.

There are 2 outside kitchens, one by the pool and one in the citrus orchard next to the kitchen, plus several chill out sofa spaces around the house. Many places to relax and avoid the hot summer sun.,

Great entertainment system with speakers inside and out, huge TV with full UK Sky package and good internet. Gym with full boxing set and weights, plus spa with massage room, hot-tub and sauna.

FACILITIES

Air Conditioning
Alarm system
All Rooms en suite
Baby Cot
Child friendly
High Chair
Wifi – Email & Browsing
Swimming Pool
Pool Fence
Satellite TV
Sonos sound System
Gym fully equipped
Jacuzzi
IPod Base
Outdoor dining area
Chill out area
Barbeque
Single Room(s)

INCLUDES

Villa cleaning daily for 5 days
All linen and towels
All local taxes

The most beautiful beaches of Ibiza

The more outrageous the Balearic island hides quiet and picturesque corners, with

The most beautiful beaches of Ibiza

A holiday of absolute fun, music and nightlife. Ibiza is all this, but not only.

The island of transgression, in fact, conceals the enchanting places where nature blends with a beautiful sea.

Located in the Mediterranean, more specifically the Balearic Eivissa (as it is locally known in Catalan) is with Formentera is

one of two Pitiuse and its main cities are islands: Ibiza, Santa Eulària des Riu and San Antonio.

Very popular tourist destination, because of its unbridled and legendary nightlife, Ibiza is also famous for its beautiful

beaches and its crystal clear sea, as well as for its cultural and natural heritage.

The island also offers numerous opportunities for practicing water sports, from diving to sailing, from snorkelling to

kayaking.

ibiza winter

Ibiza has had a warmer December, with 0.6 degrees more than normal
The highest temperature in Ibiza and Formenetra that month was recorded on day 9, with 19.3 degrees in the major pitiusa and 20.1 in the minor
In December the average temperature in the Balearic Islands was 13 degrees, which represents an anomaly of 1.2 degrees above the historical average, reason why the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) considers a month “very warm”.

The gap with respect to the average was greater in Menorca, with 1.4 degrees and a monthly average of 13.5 degrees. In Mallorca the average temperature was 12.8 degrees, 1.2 above normal, while in Ibiza it reached 13.7 degrees, 0.6 degrees higher than the average.

The highest temperatures of December in the Balearics were reached on the 26th, with 24.2 degrees in Pollença, on the 9th, with 20.7 degrees in Menorca; On day 10 in Ibiza, with 19.3 degrees, and in that same day in Formentera, with 20.1 degrees.

In the pities minor the monthly average was 14.4 degrees Celsius.

Ibiza in winter

Ibiza in winter is a concept that thought does not consider
As the world celebrates the arrival of the new year with extravagant parties, in Ibiza it’s exactly the opposite. Because here, where every summer night is New Year’s Eve, there is no need for great celebrations

Lilliput is a fictional country invented by the writer Jonathan Swift as the setting for part of the book Gulliver’s Travels.

It is located in the Indonesian archipelago and is inhabited by the Lilliputians, tiny men about twenty centimeters high. When they find Gulliver shipwrecked on the beach do not hesitate to tie him to the ground, one of the sharpest snapshot of my childhood. Ibiza in winter is like Gulliver, a sleeping giant, watched over, cared for and protected by its inhabitants, the Lillibiziani, which are now more than 140,000 “because in Ibiza you live very well in winter”.

I have no doubt, especially if you have just shaken off an endless season that starts in May and ends in October, lived a hellish pace. But the feeling as soon as you land at in a warm winter day, is another. It’s a strange feeling. Yes, trivially strange. But are the platitudes to guard the rules of life.

Walking on the main road, one that converges in the majestic Ushuaïa Tower, watching what until a few months ago was the Space Ibiza, is alienating experience. The silence that surrounds me is surreal. Alone is worth the trailer of the new season of The Walking Dead. Around me there is literally none.

A light and pleasant sea breeze gently moves the dangling nylon that wrap the insignia of the bars. It is the unique sound of an afternoon on Mars. Because Playa D’en Bossa 2 January is Mars. All closed, todo cerrado, with empty storefronts, as burglarized by previous humanity alerted by an impending apocalypse.

Among the creeks that cut to the infinity of the residence walls, the sea looks so calm it seems fake. Even the color is not natural. Few waves fold back on themselves, as if they know that they are there and that must do, inevitably, their craft. A couple of small sailing boats have been beaten away from a likely storm a few days earlier. Now lie half-broken embedded on the coast of Playa Talamanca. No one seems to notice. It must be normal. The beach, unrecognizable, is animated by restaurants, open and quite popular, that give me one of the most human moments of this unusual holiday: a lunch of fresh fish on the beach with the bomber backed chair beside. Priceless. A little farther on, the port retains a certain elegance. I wonder if the docks mourn the absence of luxury yachts.

At least you can see exactly what’s on the other side of the moon. The works are in progress in the period of the fittest. They settle on the streets, it enhances what you need to improve. It gets worse there is to worsen but like so much of the new rich, and that hurts only the sight of nostalgic. With a bit of healthy vision, you can also switch over. Inside and in the more distant beaches, the most beautiful, winter amplifies that feeling of magic for which Ibiza is famous all over the world.

Holiday, topless and bikini: the most beautiful images of a voyeur

The beautiful summer collection of a voyeur in a photo album

In some beaches like in Ibiza and Formentera the voyeur incurable by dint of looking around could go crazy. On the contrary, in places like Alassio or Diano Marina, our voyeur could fall into a severe withdrawal symptoms. But, we, in our small way. from our bed on the beach or strolling along the shore, often we yield to the temptation to zoom in with the look of certain details. Are mild and pleasant upsets, small chills, going through a dip in the cold water.