Sometimes all that is needed is to give your body the cleanse that it deserves to make you feel more alive, and what better place to have the intimate detox than the sunny, happy island of Ibiza. Why not book one of our villas with a pool in Ibiza and it won’t be long before you start to feel like your best self.
The first step is to stock up on a collection of fresh fruit and vegetables. No matter what town your Ibiza villa rental is in, you are likely to find a local market nearby selling the freshest of produce. Alternatively visit Can Musson, a family run farm where you can not only purchase fruit and veg but also homemade cakes and tea and coffee. If you can’t wait for a market, there are many ecological supermarkets in Ibiza.
Yoga is of abundance in Ibiza, and chances are you will be able to join in one of the free classes that are available. If you don’t mind splashing out a bit, there are some companies that run yoga classes on the beach in the morning, followed by a healthy, hearty breakfast.
Why not spend an afternoon out in the open air for an Ibiza walking tour. The majority of these tours are free, but rely on your donations to continue running. This is a great way to see the many sights of the island while still staying active and energised.
Hire accommodation in Ibiza near to the port of San Miguel and hire a kayak for an hour. Feel free to explore the shallow waters at your leisure and then relax on the beach. You can use the sand to exfoliate your feet and hands to get the smoothest skin around. If you want professional exfoliation, then there are plenty of spas in various towns that provide a range of treatments and leave you in ultimate relaxation.
Alternatively, if you don’t feel like going out, you can make use of your Ibiza holiday rental by soaking up the sun and enjoying fresh fruit, smoothies and salads.
Easter in Ibiza is a great time to visit and stay in an Ibiza vacation rental. Generally it is a much more laid-back time than the summer months, perfect for recharging your batteries with a little post-winter sunshine.
Easter is a very important season for the Catholic church across all of Spain, and Ibiza is no exception. Many people choose to rent a villa in Ibiza near local towns as you are likely to see many parades taking place, and the streets are decorated with flowers and crosses.
One of the biggest events falls on Good Friday, where the cofradias, the people charged with looking after the statues, take part in a huge procession from the cathedral in Ibiza Town. The cofradias will dress in different coloured robes and wear a tall, cone shaped hood which is used to hide the suffering on their faces and signify their yearning to be closer to heaven.
This is an old-age tradition that has been virtually unchanged for centuries. The cofradias are accompanied by marching bands, church officials, large floats, and various other groups. Visiting some of the island’s towns at this time of year can be a bit strange as some hotels and bars will still be boarded up from the winter months and are not yet ready for the summer season. But if you travel away from the main holiday resorts and hot spots, there is still a huge range of things to see and do.
With an average temperature of 19-22 degrees Celsius, it is still warm enough for relaxing at the beach or at your villa with a pool in Ibiza with a glass of wine and good book.