In love with Ibiza! After only a few months (my last visit was in June) I returned to the magical island to explore amazing agroturismo’s and rural hotels. And I went back to this special spot… Read more »
What’s so magic about Ibiza? Also known as the white island? It’s the lovely magical beaches like Cala d’Hort, Cala Nova, Pou des Lleo, the deliciously tasting food at the great Pure! restaurants Passion, Wild Beets and La Paloma. And staying at agroturismos in the quiet northern part of Ibiza. Enjoying a relaxing ‘Get Glowing’ yoga retreat.
Next Tuesday I will visit one of my favourite islands: Ibiza! Do you have tips where to stay, enjoy lunch or dinner, or a special beach? Please share your favourite hotspots and hidden gems on the magical island in the comment section below! Read more »
You could win MY IBIZA & Formentera travel guide by leaving your reply in the blog post at Pure! Food & Travel until last weekend. Congratulations to the winners: Inge & Kelly!!
I will send you an e-mail to reply with your address to receive your book. I hope it helps you on your next holiday in Ibiza and Formentera! Read more »
Don’t panic it’s organic is a new hotspot in Ibiza Town. It opened just six weeks ago. The owners of the vegetarian salad and juice bar, Patricia and Johan, are a Dutch couple who fell in love with Ibiza. After a year of running their bed and breakfast they realised that preparing and serving food is where their real passion lies. Read more »
This is a selection of my tips where to eat organic, healthy, local and most of all delicious food in Ibiza. Read more »
The family owned agriturismo Can Fuster is located in the north of Ibiza in Sant Joan de Labritja. Vicente, one of the owners, showed me around the property and the vegetable garden. I got the chance to meet the chickens that produced the delicious eggs that I had for breakfast, and the lovely tasting apricots from their own trees. Read more »
You can win MY IBIZA & Formentera guide at Pure! Food & Travel! The first time I saw the lovely ‘MY IBIZA & Formentera’ was on the plane to Ibiza. I was hooked by the original design, the drawings and the lay out of this great travel book. One of its other special features that I like is that the book is bilangual, written in both English and Spanish. That’s great if you want to learn Spanish, right? Read more »
Restaurant Aubergine opened only a few weeks ago in Ibiza. The farm to table concept uses local and organic food, partly from their own vegetable garden. I tried the gazpacho and the aubergine pastry. The food is tasty. Just like the wine. The presentation and the decoration at the open air restaurant are beautiful. Read more »
The village of Sant Carlos is crowded when I arrive on Saturday. That’s because on Saturday the hippy market is at Las Dalias. You won’t notice anything of that once you enter the luxury boutique hotel Can Curreu. The best part of storytelling is the fact that I need to experience all those gorgeous foodie and wellness hotspots myself to be able to write about them. Read more »