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  1. Ibiza Christmas Gifts

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    With Christmas now fast approaching, there is no better time to look for presents and if you’re stuck for gift ideas here we have a list of 5 fabulous products that are quintessentially Ibizan. Look no further!

    SAL DE IBIZA

    Sal de Ibiza offers a wide range of natural salt products, fresh from Ibiza’s very own Salinas. They use only natural methods to refine their salt and they don’t use additives or preservatives – plus the light blue package just screams ‘Ibiza’.

    FIND HERE: saldeibiza.com

    HIERBAS DE IBIZA PERFUME

    Our sense of smell is one of the most powerful senses we have. Give a gift that will elicit happy memories with every breath. A single scent of sea breeze, fresh pine or zesty orange will instantly bring back memories of beautiful days spent in Ibiza. Gather a mix of soap, shampoo, conditioner and perfumes to create fun individual gift bags for your loved ones.

    FIND HERE: hierbasdeibiza.com

    JEWELLERY ELISA POMAR

    Ibiza’s based jewellery designer Elisa Pomar has a long tradition of jewellery making in her family – from a very young age she has seen her grandfather and father create traditional jewellery which made her fall in love with this art. Her pieces are so unique that have captivated also international fashion designers like Dolce and Gabbana, who have used her pieces into their catwalks.

    FIND HERE: elisapomar.com

    TASTE OF IBIZA COOKBOOK

    This is the perfect gift for your friend who loves cooking. This first recipe book, written by Ibiza resident Anne Sijmonsbergen, showcases the incredible Ibicenco dishes that the island’s cuisine has to offer. It’s the perfect gift for those who want to recreate the tastes of the White Island at home.

    FIND HERE: Shop the book

    PEDRO PLANELLS

    If you are after one of those gifts that will last a lifetime, then the handmade leather bags, belts, briefcases and shoes of Ibiza’s artisan Pedro Planells, are exactly what you are looking for. This local craftsman is renowned worldwide for his excellent work. Over the years many fashionistas have visited his shop like fashion designer Armani, Valentino and Jean Paul Gaultier.

    FIND HERE: PedrosIbiza.fb

  2. Things to do in Ibiza in Winter

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    Even if Ibiza is a popular holiday destination in summer, the island is not any less charming in the quieter winter months. There is an Ibiza to discover beyond the bustling summer, an island full of mesmerising Mediterranean landscapes, charming villages surrounded by almond and olive trees, dreamy coves and sandy beaches with crystal clear waters boasting countless shades of blue.

    Going off season does not only mean that Spain’s expensive holiday island is better value, but you will be able to enjoy the real essence of Ibiza – gentle, dreamy and peaceful. You will feel like having the island to yourselves, which is everyone’s dream!

    The best way to discover the authentic Ibiza is by renting a car. Bear in mind that public transport in winter is reduced, the only bus routes available are connecting the airport and towns and the service between Ibiza and Santa Eularia and few other spots, even so, these routes run less often in the winter.

    To help you make the most of your winter getaway we’ve put together a list of our top 5 things to do in Ibiza:

    Visit the historic Dalt Villa

    Dalt Vila is the old town of Ibiza which is full of charming little streets with shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants. It was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1999. The cobbled streets, hidden alleyways and old buildings of this historic part seem to be the same as they were decades ago. It’s such a pleasure to get lost and wander around. If you are up for a walk don’t miss the beautiful Cathedral which sits on the top of Dalt Villa, from there you will see beautiful panoramic views across the rest of the town and the Marina.

    Discover local traditions

    Winter is the perfect time to discover more about the island’s traditions and culture. The patron saint festivities of San Carlos and Santa Gertrudis are held in the winter months, as well as the popular wine festival of San Mateu – with the mild temperatures and the end of the harvest season, there is no better time to visit Ibiza’s local wineries!

    Take in a peaceful sunset

    The iconic Es Vedra is an essential spot to visit in Ibiza at sunset time. It’s reputed to be the third most magnetic place on earth and to be the centre of spiritually significant ley lines. Regardless of whether you believe all this, it’s hard to deny there is a special feel about this limestone rock islet. The main advantage of visiting this place in winter is that you’ll avoid the overcrowding that can suffer in summer. In winter you can really take in the raw beauty of nature, disconnect and recharge your batteries while the sun goes down. The road that leads there is beautiful and it’s really worth the visit. 

    Enjoy quiet beach time

    Any time of the year is good to discover some of the most spectacular beaches and coves in the world. Yes, we have said the world as some are renown worldwide for their attractiveness like the beaches of Cala Comta and Las Salinas, which runs along the Natural Parc of Ses Salinas. Even in autumn or winter, the beautiful beaches of Ibiza are well worth a visit! The way of enjoying the beach of course is different, with the water only warm enough for the brave! It’s all about discovering a quiet time far away from the bustling summer masses of tourists.

    Get off the beaten track

    Ibiza also boasts an abundance of cliff top walks, mountain hikes and countryside trails, making it a great choice for those who enjoy discovering destinations on foot! Spring, autumn and winter are the best time of the year to get to know them, escaping the high summer temperatures. Hiking allows you to discover the wilds side of the island by getting lost in the lush pine forests or climbing along the scenic coastal path. Experienced hikers or amateurs you are all welcome!

  3. Sunset Sips

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    No holiday to Ibiza is complete without couple of great pictures of Ibiza’s breathtaking sunset. After all, Ibiza is renowned all over the world for its soul-shaking sunsets, which they never get boring, no matter how many times you have seen them!

    With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of iconic sights, some of the island’s most awe-inspiring sunset spots, where you can enjoy this magical moment and chill out with a delicious drink in your hand.

    West

    Cala Comte
    Perched on the gorgeous beach of Cala Comte, on the West coast of the island, Sunset Ashram is an iconic Ibiza institution. As you might guess from the name, it’s possibly one of the best spots to watch the sunsets on the White Isle. Unwind while sipping on delicious cocktails, overlooking the gorgeous turquoise sea.

    Cala d’Hort
    Known as Es Vedra, the rocky island in front of Cala d’Hort, has been the centre of myths and legends for years. Whether you believe any of the stories or not, it’s a stunning landmark that will make your holiday snap sizzle. Enjoy a day at the beach, then head to the restaurant of Es Boldado, perched on the cliff to watch the sun go down in this quaint spot.

    Cala Tardia
    Cala Tarida is a truly beautiful spot for watching the sun set, a paradisiacal location to end your day. Watching the sky turns into a vivid red, while dining on the rooftop restaurant of Cotton Beach Club, has got to be the most delicious way to see the sunset in Ibiza.

    Sant Antoni

    San Antonio’s hip sunset strip has been attracting sunset worshipper for decades. Packed with iconic bars and restaurant bringing together music, breathtaking sunsets and fun – Living the moment has never been so easy!

    Head to Hostal La Torre in Cap Negret if you are looking for a more intimate location. You can sit on their terrace and enjoy the panoramic views. There’s nothing quite like watching the sun set and revealing in the warm glow while enjoying their delicious cocktails surrounded by nature.

    South

    Salinas
    When many people think of Ibiza sunsets, they think of the island’s west coast. But Ibiza veterans know that there is a place in the South, set right in heart of the Ses Salines salt flats, where you can watch the sun sink into the horizon. Experimental Beach, in Cap D’es Falco, is laid-back chic at its finest! They offer exquisite cuisine, prime cocktails, and impressive views across the Mediterranean.

    North

    Benirras beach is the only spot in the North of the island where you can watch the sunsetting, It’s a pretty cove, mostly quiet during the week but that can get pretty crowded on a Sunday when its famous hippy bongo session took place. The restaurant Elements is the best place to be, while experiencing the authentic spirit of Ibiza at dusk.

  4. Summer 2015 – Last Minute Villas Availability

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    Rustic chic heaven

     

    Enjoy the rustic chic lifestyle in Ibiza this summer. We still have a (very small) handful of weeks available in some beautiful ibicencan country houses. They are all wonderfully ‘campo cool’ and only a few minutes from beautiful bays and beaches.

    We hope to see you out here enjoying your blissful island break soon.

     

    Can Curt – available July 11 to July 25   >> View details

     

    Ca’Nablaya – available July 11 to July 18  /  August 29 to september 5 >> View details

     

    Can Vildas – available July 4 to July 25   >> View details

     

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    Check out our new 2015 restaurants and beach clubs guide 

    we hope to see you soon.

  5. The London Evening Standard names its best 8 beaches in Ibiza, and naturally our…

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    The London Evening Standard names its best 8 beaches in Ibiza, and naturally our favourite Cala Jondal gets a mention. How many have you visited?

    http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/the-8-best-beaches-in-ibiza-10292799.html

    Ibiza may have been famous for its techno fuelled nights and well, techno fuelled nights. But, as of late, word of the island’s beauty is starting to spread globally and, finally, its laidback charm is shining through – with a focus firmly on its beaches. From local to sceney and everything in between…

    Update.  please see our own superior guide to Ibiza’s best restaurants and beach clubs

  6. Amazing October stay in Ibiza

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    If you want to jet out for a long weekend of partying, escape for a late summer romantic break or get away with the kids for the October holidays please let us know as we have some fantastic villas for surprisingly low prices.

    Beautiful villas in Ibiza’s best locations

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    2014 has been a fantastic year for Ibiza and 2015 is shaping up to be even more special. We are already taking a lot of bookings so if you want to stay in a beautiful villa and have specific dates please get in touch fast. All our lovely villas from this season are available for 2015 and we have also just taken on the stunning Can Ras, a stylish 6 bedroom Villa with breathtaking views over ibiza’s south coast to Formentera.

    We hope to hear from you soon! 
     
    Un saludo cordial, Mi Casa Tu Casa Ibiza

    Call us +34 680 564 445 or email Info@micasatucasaibiza.com

    Our other villas:

     
     

    C´anouch

    Location: San José
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    C´anablaya

    Location: Santa Gertrudis
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,750 per week

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    Can Coco

    Location: San Jose
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can Canto

    Location: Santa Gertrudis
    Sleeps: 8
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can Dos Rocas

    Location: Cala Conta
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €8,500 per week

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    Villa Sky

    Location: CRoca Llisa
    Sleeps: 8
    Prices from: €3,000 per week

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    Can Curt

    Location: Cala Jondal
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,000 per week

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    Can La Pi

    Location: Es Torrent
    Sleeps: 6
    Prices from: €3,250 per week

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    Can Calma

    Location: Cala Jondal
    Sleeps: 12
    Prices from: €5,250 per week

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    Can Torrent

    Location: Porroig
    Sleeps: 10
    Prices from: €4,000 per week

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    Contact us
    For questions about our villas and services or for bookings, please contact us on: info@micasatucasaibiza.com
    or call us on +34 680 564 445

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