We are in the Mediterranean Sea. Near the Iberian Peninsula stand proudly the Balearic Islands. One of them, the closest to the Valencian coast and the third largest, is Ibiza, also known as Eivissa.
The Romans called it “Ebusus”, its name means “Island of Bes”, a Phoenician god. For the Greeks, together with Formentera, it was one of the “Pitiusas” (the pine islands). The idea of a place surrounded by a warm and calm sea, full of beautiful trees, white sand and, in addition, a place to live worthy of the gods.
Rely on its tranquil atmosphere, its restaurants and markets, as well as its modern port and airport, or its stores, cafes and incredible nightlife.
With this varied atmosphere it is not uncommon to meet fishermen, people looking for a quiet vacation and people looking for a wild disco? all in the same day. Many say that the magic of Ibiza is due to this diversity.
A Philosophy of Life
Thanks to its environment and its rich history and culture (and ecology), the fame of this island has spread to the four corners of the planet. Today, when we see a couple dressed in light, bright white clothes, we know they are into “Ibizan fashion”, the handcrafted jewelry of the area is one of the most valued: if you buy something at an Ibiza market, it will almost certainly have a certain aura that increases its sentimental value. We have even heard a radio announcer say that a certain song “sounded like Ibiza”.
Explaining the feeling that its name provokes is complicated. Is it magic? Is it harmony? For many this feeling extends to the typical gastronomy of the place in which elements as different as a skate fillet and almonds coexist but give way to a fascinating and delicious combination when mixed.
In short, something strange happens with Ibiza: when we say that it is “more than a place, it is a philosophy of life” we know that we are not reciting an old slogan: we know that what we are saying is the absolute truth.
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