5 photos that you have to take in Ibiza

Ibiza is a beautiful island, a wonderful paradise, still undiscovered by many, to be enjoyed by all of us that choose to come to spend some of our holidays here.

In these days when mobile phones and new technologies take up all our time, I decided to write this post to make your life and your holidays easier to those who come to the island and want to take back a pleasant memory.

That is, I want you to go back home with the best photos of your trip, and that you can make the most of every moment without being obsessed by trying to capture the exact moment through one (or two hundred) pictures.

These are the five essential photos you have to take on your holiday to Ibiza. Once you have them, you can relax, leave the phone and just let yourself enjoy.

3648_10151296467619968_211736047_nMirador de Es Vedrá

It is one of the most beautiful snapshots. In addition you don’t have to work hard for the photo to be nice, because the majesty of the islands of Es Vedra and Es Vedranell do all the work for you.

Sunset: Cala Conta or Benirrás

You can not leave without a photo in one of these two mythical points of the island. In midsummer make sure to arrive early because being such well known places is hard to find space.
Tip: In high season avoid Benirrás on Sundays, as the party of the drums is a call for so many people that the access to the beach is very difficult.

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It is one of the great treasures of the island and the photo there is mandatory. Although not as well known outside as parties and nightclubs, the Old Town and the walls surrounding the city of Ibiza were recognized as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.

In the crystal clear waters looking at the horizon

And finally, the essential picture to make everyone jealous. Your friends may have gone to the beach this summer but it will be very difficult to surpass the turquoise beaches of the Pitiusas islands. Not even the best beaches in the Caribbean can compete with the range of turquoise and blue of the Mediterranean, contrasting with the green of the pines, the white of the sand and the multicolored rays of the sun.

14606531_1345079438850027_9155810320281979894_nIn the hippy Market

Today’s Ibiza today is also the hippy culture heritage and you’ll notice that when you come to the island. So a funny picture on any of the ‘flower power’ parties or the hippy markets will take you back to those times when the “peluts” (hairy, as they called the hippies when they first came over) made the island their second home .

So now you know, with only five photos you can triumph these holidays and take back some precious memories, which will be even better if you spend the rest of the holidays getting to know the island and enjoying everything she has to offer and forgetting your mobile.


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