Fashion is everywhere



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As you might have read in my previous post this morning already, I just came back from a vacation in Ibiza with a bunch of friends – we rented a villa in San Josep de sa Talaia – and even though I did not do much work there, I thought it would be fun to share the best spots (of the southern part of the island) we discovered during our 8 day stay.


Experimental Beach, Playa d’es Codolar Salinas
Ok, so I think the name of this newly opened beach club does not do its place much justice. Ibiza can get kind of crazy and I thought this would be one of those places, but it is exactly the opposite. With its tiny amount of beds and delicious food (I figured the name is about the food, they do not serve your random sandwich), it is perfect for a day of soaking up the sun while reading a book.

Sa Trinxa, Calle Playa Salinas
A more random and touristic beach that I still liked for its relaxed atmosphere. Just very easy!


El Chiringuito, Playa Es Cavallet
Making reservations is a must, but it is well worth it for the best long lunch.

Bar La Bodega, Carrer Bisbe Torres Mayans 2, Eivissa
Due to La Oliva being fully booked, we decided to go to La Bodega instead. It is a tiny tapas restaurant near the bridge to the old town of Eivissa (the old town is by the way the only part worth visiting in Eivissa). It feels a bit more ‘local’ than all the white out beach clubs and it is super duper cheap!


Nyc, Avenida Bartolome Rosselló 12, Eivissa
While on vacation, I usually like to buy local stuff (this time I only bought a white shirt at the beach) and avoid the ‘normal’ stores, but this one, filled – almost stuffed! – with items from luxury designers is for the cloudy days… Think Dries van Noten, Balenciaga, Céline, Marni, etc.

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