Purchased at a cost of 10,000 euros, of which the gallery P | Art have donated 15% to Ibiza's School of Arts.
details of over 50 events in Ibiza from the 18th to 31st August
Barcelona is a popular pre-Christmas break for Ibiza residents looking for a reprieve from islandittis and at the same time take advantage of its shopping and cultural attractions. With such a big city to choose from we based our weekend around the Sagrada Familia which is in the city’s Eixample area. All of the accommodation chosen is in a few minutes of the Basilica.
The fair showcased the work of traditional carpentry and cabinetmaking, potters, leathercrafts, basket makers and other folk handicrafts from around Santa Eulalia and further afield.
Those who've been to Formentera before will know how stunning our sister island is, but for those who haven't, let me paint a little picture. White, sandy, clean beaches, turquoise and crystal clear waters, pretty little towns, a few historic ruins, gorgeous, character laden beach chiringuitos (and a couple of the seemingly omnipresent 'beach clubs'), rows of ancient little boat houses and miles of unspoilt nature. I imagine much like Ibiza thirty odd years ago.
2-day outdoor cultural initiative takes place in the port and La Marina and will see many emblematic places in the area transformed through lighting, video, sound, dance and theatre performances.
The day is set aside by the Island’s municipalities to pay homage to the tourists who visit Ibiza. Whether it is your first time here, or you are a regular visitor, Thursday 15th September is a tribute to you. Each town hall organises different activities, which include tastings of typical local products, traditional dances, exhibitions, guided walks and much more.
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