Ibiza: Beyond Clubbing
When I first told people that I was going to Ibiza, the first reaction I got, every single time was, “Ooooh, Ibiza? PAAARTYYY!”
Although I'm a sucker for a good 'ol dance party, instead I made it my mission to explore everything that the Spanish island is about other than the molly-fueled bikini bods clubbing under neon flashing lights image that many people think about when they hear the word “Ibiza." You know what? It wasn’t hard at all to discover that the beautiful white isle is so very much more than that.
Located east of the Iberian Peninsula, Ibiza is the most south of the Balearic Islands and was declared World Heritage status by UNESCO based on its phenomenal natural and cultural features. Like it’s sister island, Mallorca, Ibiza experiences a glorious 300 days of sunshine a year. The island definitely has an air of the rich and famous with its frequent tide of movie and rockstars, models and local celebs rolling in on their bright white yachts, but the its choose-your-own-adventure vibe is what really got me hooked.
In Ibiza, anything goes.