We find ourselves on the Mediterranean Sea. Near to the Iberian Peninsula proudly stand the Balearic Islands. One of them, the closest to the Valenician coast and the 3rd largest, is Ibiza, also known as Eivissa.
It was called “Ebusus” by the Romans, its name meaning “Bes Island”, a Phoenician God. For the Greeks, along with Formentera, it was one of the “Pitiusas” (the Pine islands). The idea of a place surrounded by a warm, calm sea, full of beautiful trees, white sand and, what’s more, it is a place to live that is worthy of the gods, no?