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You Should Totally Go To Ibiza (In Your 40s)
I was a club kid of the late-’90s in London, when house music had merged into the mainstream and was no longer solely entertaining audiences of the “underground” variety. Back then, I never made it to the music Mecca that is Ibiza. And I’ve always regretted it. Twenty years later, to prove that a 40-something could still work the local scene, I hightailed it to what may very well be considered the clubbing capital of the world.
Ibiza, Spain—party capitol of the universe. Ibiza’s reputation for wild (night) life lures party animals from all corners of the globe, and while the island is riddled with natural beauty and abundant outdoor offerings, the vast majority of Ibiza’s tourists go for the unchi-unchi music, rave lights, sleepless nights and the intrinsic debauchery of a vacation revolving around the boogie.
But leave it to paddleboarders to seek, and find, a more profound, less intoxicated experience at the White Island. In this video short, filmmaker Benjamin Sadd teamed up with paddlers Kiko Matthews, Charlie Head and Will Rogers to circumnavigate Ibiza and discover a slew of natural wonders few visitors of Ibiza will ever venture to see. The adventure led them to camp on cliff tops, in caves and on small, uninhabited islands that surround Ibiza. Their experience was a far cry from the traditional Ibiza getaway, though we wouldn’t be surprised to find that they stopped off for a drink and a boogie somewhere along the way.
Four paddlers circumnavigate the party-hardy island of Ibiza on SUPs, staying anywhere from caves to abandoned houses along the way.
Contrary to the opinion of many, Ibiza doesn’t close down in October. Deserted beaches, exuberant nature and wonderful food is only part of what is offered by the Pitiusa island off the summer season. By El Periódico (Spanish)
Ibiza sin verano también es posible
En contra de la opinión de muchos Ibiza no “echa el cierre” en octubre. Playas desiertas, naturaleza exuberante y una gastronomía exquisita es sólo una parte de los que ofrece la isla Pitiusa fuera de la temporada de verano.
Ibiza Town: Away from the clubs, the island charms all year round
Climbing the cobbled slope that leads from Placa de la Constitucio to the Ses Taules Gate, I can see the centuries passing me in the other direction. It is not that the square I have just left is vastly modern – framed by whitewashed houses, it is classically Spanish. It is more that, as I cut through the most northerly portal in its medieval walls, I know I am entering the original core of Ibiza – both the island, and the town that shares its name…