Travel diary Giulia Siegel shows their Hotspots on Ibiza
The DJ vacationing regularly on the holiday island of Last day on my favorite island: The good weather I’ll take but home. 14 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel And the Grand finale is still celebrated times really: The perfect Outfit and let’s go to the White Party at Coco Beach! 1 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel ahoy, Ibiza: On the Marina, Giulia Siegel flag shows. 2 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel With a delicious Breakfast at the Gran Hotel you start the day well. 3 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Ibiza Hippie: Maxi-skirts and fringe Tops belong here.
4 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Who is the Party island visited, the ones that are not, of course, also about to celebrate, for example, in the legendary Pacha. 5 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel detour to the island of Formentera: On the boat there is a lot of nice stretching. 6 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Mädelstag the Pool of the Nassau Beach club.
7 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel sheer holiday happiness simply air jumps… 8 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Lunch Time in Nassau, Tanit Beach, The new beach restaurant on Playa d’en Bossa with a healthy kitchen is now super popular with celebs such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Boris Becker or Rafael van der Vaart. 9 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Today for the cool Malibu Beach Club. I haven’t been been here for eight years! 10 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Delicious Bolognese and rosé wine for lunch.
So you can stand it… 11 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel A piece of home in the Balearic Islands: In the small-pub with German Fans, the EM game watch. 12 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel bright sunshine and turquoise-blue sea: Formentera is the second smallest inhabited island of the Balearic Islands.
13 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel Last day on my favorite island: The good weather I’ll take but home. 14 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel And the Grand finale is still celebrated times really: The perfect Outfit and let’s go to the White Party at Coco Beach! 1 / 14 © Instagram/Giulia Siegel ahoy, Ibiza: On the Marina, Giulia Siegel flag shows.
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Select the combination that suits your needs ideal. For about 20 years, Giulia Siegel spends every summer at their favorite island of Ibiza. In your holiday diary of the Munich-based DJ, reveals her personal Hotspots on the island and gives an insight into your private holiday diary. CARIBBEAN OF the MEDITERRANEAN”, A trip to Formentera is a real Highlight,” says the DJ.
The cheap variant to the rented yacht: In 30-minute intervals, the passenger ferry is in operation from the Puerto de Ibiza to the neighbouring island, which is considered as the Caribbean of the Mediterranean sea. The journey takes just 35 minutes and costs around 25 euros. Worth it!
The world heritage site of centuries-old paving stones, Laundry flapping from the balconies in wrought iron and the meter-thick city walls relics from the former armories – the old town of Ibiza was declared a UNESCO world heritage site. For sure the trip comfortable shoes choose! FOR FANS OF SUN AND SANGRIA SAUCE, The cheap alternative to the expensive beach club “Bora Bora” on the Playa d’en Bossa is. Tight Bikinis, electronic Dance music and the cool Drinks here are the basic equipment. For a successful bachelorette party this is a beach bar, a real mood guarantee.
The admission is free! HAPPY HIPPIE is Not for nothing Ibiza is the ultimate Party stronghold known. Giulia’s tip: “The Flower Power Party every Monday in the ‘Pacha’! All are dressed in the “I Don’t Have Breasts Anymore, Why Do I Have To Pret style of the Hippie time and all night dancing to 70s music. You must experience!“ The perfect Outfit can be found at the numerous hippy markets of the island.
1. TIME AND CLIMATE The holiday and party season on Ibiza begins in early may and goes until the end of October. At the hottest time of the year in the months of July, August and September, with average daily maximum temperatures between 28 and 30 degrees. 2. LANGUAGE The native language in the Balearic Islands is Catalan – so Ibiza is, for example, Eivissa.
The Locals understand mostly but also German and English. 3. Entry For the ENTRY to Spain you need a valid identity card or passport. 4. The CURRENCY In Ibiza you can pay in the usual way with the Euro ( € ). 5. SHOPPING Whether chic boutiques, iconic hippie markets (e.g., Punta Arabí in Es Caná), and impressive craftsmanship – beats in Ibiza, the Shopping heart higher! In the high season many shops are open also on Sundays. Caution: to Shop you prefer to be far away from the tourist streets.
The small shops In the side streets the prices are much cheaper, despite the often offer the same.