Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Ibiza Yoga & Meditation Spiritual Holistic Sailing Adventure Holiday Retreat

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Aquarium on Cap Blanc 2015
Aquarium on Cap Blanc 2015

Ibiza Yoga & Meditation Spiritual Holistic Sailing Adventure Holiday Retreat.

Our Ibiza yoga & meditation sober sailing retreats 2018 are very much targeted towards Relaxation & Wellbeing. All our sober retreats are based around a concept that we call “Ocean Therapy” In addition, we provide a detox service for those who request it. We aim to take a little of the stress out of your life whilst you are with us. During the retreat we shall be sailing around the Ibiza and Formentera area – contact us for more information.

Cala Bassa Beach Ibiza
Cala Bassa Beach

Our totally unique and amazing sober & wellness sailing retreat is perfect for those of us who want to spend time with others who prefer to holiday “sober” for whatever reason. You may simply be a person who wants to experience an amazing holiday retreat, in an alcohol and substance free environment. Alternatively, you may be a person who is currently in recovery and as a consequence want to surround yourself with other people in your situation.

The retreat is generally based around progressive, holistic practices that include Yoga, Meditation & Ocean Therapy. The goal of which is to bring you more balance and harmony to your life.

Your days will be pretty full with your yoga & meditation activities . Naturally you will also have plenty of time to relax and enjoy everything that the white isle has to offer. Indeed Ibiza has a rich history stretching back to the 1960’s when hippies travelled from around the world to experience the magnatism of Ibiza.

To back this up Ibiza boasts the world famous Es Vedra rock (below image) which is said to be the third most magnetic spot on the planet (after the north pole and Bermuda Triangle). Although some geologists have disputed this fact, the fact remains that sailors claim that their navigational instruments tend to go haywire in the vicinity of Es Vedra. It is said that even homing pigeons get totally confused when flying over the island and very often completely losing their sense of direction.

Approaching Es Vedra Ibiza By Boat

Then there is the Cova des Cuieram, which in itself is not a spectacular cave and can be said to be somewhat rather modest. The cave consists of only a few pretty small chambers, but it forms a vital part of Ibiza’s rich cultural legacy. It was an important Carthaginian place of worship and some 600 terracotta images of the fertility goddess Tanit, have been found in the cave, reflecting Ibiza’s spiritual hippy side.

So if you are serious about investing in yourself then this once in a lifetime spiritual retreat experience is just right for you! Experience an unforgettable intimate & transformational experience on the beautiful island of Ibiza and deepen your awareness of your own inner guru.

Top 20 Ibiza Trance Anthems Of All Time.

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Top 20 Ibiza Anthems Space Superclub
Top 20 Ibiza Anthems

Top 20 Ibiza Trance Anthems Of All Time.

 

Top 20 Ibiza Anthems Space Superclub
Top 20 Ibiza Anthems

Trance was arguably at its commercial peak in the second part of 1990s and early 2000’s. Here I celebrate a golden era in Ibiza and the music that made it great.

Why not send us your list of what you consider to be the Ibiza Trance Classics.

So here are my top 20 in no particular order. How many tracks are on your list?

 

Ibiza History

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    Ibiza Town Harbour
    Ibiza Town

    Ibiza History

    Ibiza is the most western island in the Balearic Islands and was formed 8 Million years ago around the end of the Tertiary Era, the Balearic Islands arose from the sea, as did all other European mountains chains. Originally, the Balearic Islands were attached to the Spanish but around 12.000 years ago due to rising sea levels the islands arose from the sea and a 1500 meter deep sea ditch separated the Balearics from the Spanish mainland and so today we find Ibiza located 90 kilometers east of the Spanish mainland. Human habitation on Ibiza goes back it is believed to around 5000 BC.

    Ibiza is part of an autonomous association of Balearic Islands that contains altogether 67 municipalities with its capital in Palma, Mallorca. The island comprises of five municipalities: Sant Antoni de Portmany, Sant Josep desa Talaia, Santa Eulària des Riu, Sant Joan de Labritja and Ibiza Town (Eivissa Vila). Ibiza – Eivissa – is the third largest island of the Balearic Islands and has a surface area of 572 km², the principal city is Ibiza City – Eivissa Vila.

    The landscape is hilly and has sandy Calas and some wonderful beaches with Its highest ‘mountain being Atalaya of Sa Talaiassa de Sant Josep – 476 m.

    Ibiza benefits from the most attractive climate throughout the Balearics with temperatures in summer being around 30 °C and with winter temperatures hardly ever lower than zero. The island has no “dangerous” animals such as poisonous snakes, lizards or spiders and is therefore great for families.
    The particular biological wide variety and culture from Ibiza were declared World cultural heritage by Unesco in 14 December, 1999.

    Ibiza background tells all of us that the Balearic Islands had been upon Phoenician deal routes therefore Ibiza was beaten and inhabited by all these Phoenicians. Later the Carthaginians did the same, but even more significantly whereby they established Ibiza Town which grew to become a significant harbour.

    They also utilized Ibiza mainly because their burial grounds and constructed The Salinas to get salt making, Ibiza’s most significant buying and selling merchandise ‘White Gold’ = Salt. Later on within Ibiza History emerged, in sequence the Romans, Visigoths and also Muslims.
    The Muslims left an important as well as recognizable imprint in the island’s common structures and their particular traditional costumes.

    This Muslims however were driven out during the Christian Reconquista in the thirteenth century and the islands became Catalan colonies, as well as at that time these people dropped their own significance for that region.
    Ibiza had been under Bourbon command for almost all of this 18th century.

    The remains of domination through each one of these different civilizations are still to be found on Ibiza, mostly restored.
    The prepared Upper City (Dalt Vila), the Phoenicia settlement deal in Sa Caleta, the Phoenician-Punic cemetery of Puig des Molins, as well as the Prairies of Oceanic Posidonia from the Natural Park in Las Salinas were proclaimed World Heritage.
    Even while being on the area make sure you expended time to visit these impressive reminders of surpassed years in Ibiza History.

    For the ending of the 50’s many artist arrived at the island to flee their own after-war country to experience authentic freedom on this gorgeous island. Later on hippies as well as other liberty seekers put into practice and several of them continue to survive this island nowadays.
    Nowadays many people from all over the world, travel to this island to enjoy its magic as well as beauty and naturally it’s frenzied nightlife and also party scenario. Many of them, young, are available for that decadent, extravagant nightlife as well as dance all night with their beloved club anthems within Ibiza’s renowned clubs.

    The Ibizenco are incredibly tolerant to all these millions of people that distribute around their island each and every year during the summer season.
    Regrettably, throughout the last many years it started to be more and more clear for them in which their own wonderful island and surrounding seas, have to be ecologically protected from all pollution that comes along with mass tourism.
    This purely natural water assets in the island aren’t supposed to cover all of the visitors requires, and something must be completed with this big Ibiza issue! Environmentalists started out their enlightenment instructions in training this local people by starting all sorts of ecological projects which are well worth visiting!

    Ibiza History

    The state languages on Ibiza are Catalan as well as with the local residents on Ibiza being known as Ibizenco. Ibiza is an autonomous part of the Balearic Islands, that contains altogether 67 municipalities with its capital being in is Palma, Mallorca. Itcomprises of five municipalities these being as follows: Sant Antoni de Portmany, Sant Josep desa Talaia, Santa Eulària des Riu, Sant Joan de Labritja and Ibiza Town (Eivissa Vila).

    To the south of Ibizais Formentera (7131 inhabitants) together with a lot of small and uninhabited islands of rocks. Ibiza forms the actual island group
    named – Pityusen. The Pityusen have, as with the Balearics, its very own continental space.

    If you are Are you searching for an alternative lifestyle, then Ibiza offers a wonderful opportunity to have a separate amongst the comfortable sea breezes associated with Ibiza! People who are passionate regarding living a more natural, optimistic as well as impressive life can enjoy among the many Holistic Vacations on Ibiza that are becoming held throughout every season in a tranquil, or if you want a luxurious surroundings.

    Ibiza – Eivissa – stands out as the third largest island of the Balearic Islands and has a surface area of 572 km², the principal city is Ibiza City – Eivissa Vila.
    In Ibiza live approximately 106. 220 residents durably, together with basically announced foreigners called Residents.

    Ibiza is hilly and has sandy Calas as well as rocks and the most wonderful seashores and sandy shores of the Mediterranean sea. Its highest possible ‘mountain’ is without a doubt Atalaya of Sa Talaiassa de Sant Josep – 476 m.

    Ibiza has got the most balanced climate in the Balearics. The temperatures in summer are around 30 °C, plus in winter season temperatures hardly ever lowers under zero.

    You will find absolutely no “dangerous” animals around the island, just like poisonous snakes, lizards or spiders.
    The particular biological wide variety and culture from Ibiza were declared World cultural heritage by Unesco in 14 December, 1999.

    Ibiza background tells all of us that the Balearic Islands had been upon Phoenician deal routes therefore Ibiza was beaten and inhabited by all these Phoenicians.
    Afterwards this Carthaginians did the same but more significant they also established Ibiza City, that grew to become a significant harbour in those days.
    They also utilized Ibiza mainly because their burial grounds and constructed The Salinas to get salt making, Ibiza’s most significant buying and selling merchandise ‘White Gold’ = SaltLater on within Ibiza History emerged, in sequence the Romans, Visigoths and also Muslims.
    The Muslims left an important as well as recognizable imprint in the island’s common structures and their particular traditional costumes.

    This Muslims however were driven out during the Christian Reconquista in the thirteenth century and the islands became Catalan colonies, as well as at that time these people dropped their own significance for that region. Ibiza had been under Bourbon command for almost all of this 18th century.

    The remains of domination through each one of these different civilizations are still to be found on Ibiza, mostly restored.
    The prepared Upper City (Dalt Vila), the Phoenicia settlement deal in Sa Caleta, the Phoenician-Punic cemetery of Puig des Molins, as well as the Prairies of Oceanic Posidonia from the Natural Park in Las Salinas were proclaimed World Heritage.
    Even while being on the area make sure you expended time to visit these impressive reminders of surpassed years in Ibiza History.

    For the ending of the 50’s many artist arrived at the island to flee their own after-war country to experience authentic freedom on this gorgeous and paradisiacal island. Later on hippies as well as other liberty seekers put into practice and several of them continue to survive this island nowadays.
    Nowadays many people from all over the world, travel to this island to enjoy its magic as well as beauty and naturally it’s frenzied nightlife and also party scenario. Many of them, young, are available for that decadent, extravagant nightlife as well as dance all night with their beloved club anthems within Ibiza’s renowned clubs.

    The Ibizenco are incredibly tolerant to all these millions of people that distribute around their island each and every year during the summer seasonn.
    Regrettably, throughout the last many years it started to be more and more clear for them in which their own wonderful island and surrounding seas, have to be ecologically protected from all pollution that comes along with mass tourism.
    This purely natural water assets in the island aren’t supposed to cover all of the visitors requires, and something must be completed with this big Ibiza issue!
    Environmentalists started out their enlightenment instructions in training this local people by starting all sorts of ecological projects which are useful
    visiting!

    If you are Are you searching for an alternative lifestyle, then Ibiza offers a wonderful opportunity to have a separate amongst the comfortable sea breezes associated with Ibiza! People who are passionate regarding living a more natural, optimistic as well as impressive life can enjoy among the many Holistic Vacations on Ibiza that are becoming held throughout every season in a tranquil, or if you want a luxurious surroundings.

    35 Reasons For Moving To Ibiza

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    Ibiza Town 2013
    Ibiza Town 2013

    35 Reasons For Moving To Ibiza

    1. It has 300 days of sun.

    2. The Ibiza winter does not feel like winter at all – warm in the day but nice and cool in the evenings.

    3. Ibiza is the home of people from all over the world.

    4. It is a great island to meet new people.

    5. One of the only places in the world where age does not matter.

    6. Nobody will judge you.

    7. Ibiza will show you an alternative direction in life you possibly never considered.

    8. if you are spiritual the island has it own unique energy.

    9. The sunsets are world famous especially in winter.

    10. You can eat in a different restaurant each day in summer.

    11. You can make friendships for life.

    12. The sea is warm even in October.

    13. In winter you could have a beach all to yourself.

    14. When the tourists leave You can discover parts of the island you never knew existed.

    15. Should you decide to live on Ibiza You will be the envy of most of the people you talk to.

    16. You will be the coolest person at any social occassion when you visit home.

    17. Learn to take a siesta every day because between 14.00 and 17.00 that is what the locals do.

    18. You can go to the beach anytime you feel like it.

    19. You will soon learn to go with the flow.

    20. There is nearly always a great event or party that you will be invited to.

    21. A winter in Ibiza will give the term winter a new meaning..

    22. The connection with your family and friends abroad will be stronger.

    23. You will certainly be more popular with your friends back home.

    24. Networking opportunities on the island is a real bonus.

    25. Pets are a huge part of the Ibiza community.

    26. You only will need a few winter clothes for three months of the year.

    27. You will experience the island’s laid back mentality.

    28. You will discover Ibicenco food that might sound strange, but is actually delicious and the wine.

    29. The beach is always just a few minutes away.

    30. You can go on a boat more than you ever dreamt about.

    31. You learn to appreciate that everything will come in good time.

    32. You will become a different and often a better person.

    33. The chance of meeting a famous person is highly likely in the summer.

    34. Find out that house music is not the only music that exists – although it does dominate.

    35. Where else on the planet do you see billboards of the best DJ’s in the world as you head out of the airport.

    Any Old Hippies Still Living In Ibiza Who Came And Never Went Home?

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    Ibiza Cathedral

    Any Old Hippies Still Living In Ibiza Who Came And Never Went Home?

    If this applies to you or you know of such a person, please contact us asap. We are looking to publish your/their story on here and maybe later turn the stories into a book.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

     

    Ibiza Meditation/Yoga Type Business Partner Wanted

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    Approaching Es Vedra Ibiza By Boat

    Hello, do you have expertise in meditation and yoga or perhaps holistic treatments, including acupuncture, aromatherapy, and reflexology?  Are you looking to setup a business in Ibiza and need help with the marketing? If so contact me via this website.

    I am looking to partner with a genuine individual who can see the advantages of partnering with an expert in internet marketing. You will already be living in Ibiza and I shall be moving over to Ibiza around April 2018.

    There is a possibility at a later stage to add a bespoke service for individuals with “addictions”  but will only discuss this privately.

    So if interested then contact me asap and I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you.

     

     

     

     

     

    Ibiza Sunset Strip August 2015

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    Sunset From An Ibiza Villa
    Sunset From An Ibiza Villa

    Ibiza Sunset Strip August 2015

    Several institutions such as Cafe Mambo, Cafe Del Mar and Savannah are the place to go and watch the sun go down. Crowds flock to the bars, the beach and any available spot to watch the sun fall out of sight. Newer locations such as Kanya and Funky Buddah are also beginning to benefit from the trade Ibiza’s beautiful sunsets bring a little bit further around the bay.

    San Antonio (also Sant Antoni) is the second largest town in Ibiza, and is considered by British clubbers to be the clubbing capital of the world. It is situated on San Antonio Bay, on the west of Ibiza.

    For two thousand years, San Antonio was a small fishing village, but it began to grow in the late 1950s when many hotels and tourist resorts were built as part of a mass tourism initiative which took place across Spain.

    By the 1980s, San Antonio had acquired the stigma of being the holiday location of choice for British football hooligans, which lead to a decline in tourism in the area. However, it regained its popularity in the mid 1990s when it gained a reputation in Britain as being the best place to stay whilst having access to all the islands night clubs, often quoted as the best in the world as well as hosting the best DJs in the world.

    Young British clubbers make up the vast majority of visitors to the area, but the laid-back vibe between locals, workers and tourists is apparent throughout the island.

    wikitravel.org/en/San_Antonio_(Ibiza)

    Hippy Markets Ibiza

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    Hippy_market_at_Pilar_de_la_Mola,_Formentera
    Ibiza Hippy Market

    Hippy Markets Ibiza

    Punta Arabí Hippy Market in Es Caná

    It’s is really lovely it’s so interesting if you’re an older person who remembers the old hippies. Open on a Wednesday, it will bring back so many great memories and there’s food and drink along with lots of different stalls and entertainment to keep the children entertained.

    Club Punta Arabí
    Avenida Punta Arabí s/n
    E-07840 Santa Eulalia del Río
    Ibiza, Baleares

    Website here

    LAS DALIAS   

    Open Monday and Tuesday evening the market is a very atmospheric market. The Las Dalias restaurant and the event venue is still a popular meeting point for the modern-day hippies. The market is a great place for handmade clothing and jewellery and the visitors are often treated to some great live music.     

    Ctra. Eivissa- Sant Carles Km 12  07850 | Sant Carles de Peralta Ibiza | Spain Map

    Website here

     

    Things To Do In Ibiza

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    Things To Do In Ibiza
    Things To Do In Ibiza

    Things To Do In Ibiza

    Ibiza is an island filled with sights which simply take a person’s breath away. With places which have been registered as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, it is ensured that Ibiza’s natural beauty won’t be harmed by urbanization. Hence, for the nature lovers, Ibiza is heaven on earth. For those who seek to avoid parties and clubs, Cala Gracio is the perfect spot. With those white beaches, tranquil waters and long, swaying trees, Cala Gracio is a place where most families love to go and relax thoroughly, away from the hustle and bustle.

    Secret Beaches of Ibiza Cala Gracio
    Secret Beaches of Ibiza Cala Gracio

    Apart from the mesmerizing aesthetic beauty, Ibiza holds attractions which hold great historical value. The Egg, is a statue made as a tribute to Christopher Columbus, who was born near the island. The statue is made to commemorate the occasion at which Columbus made an egg stand upright by cracking its base- a feat which most people considered to be impossible. Another magnificent site is the Es Vedra Rock, high above the sea, which many people believe is the summit of the lost city of Atlantis. Thus, Ibiza holds delights for historians too.

    Approaching Es Vedra By Boat
    Approaching Es Vedra By Boat 2014

    Reading all of this, most party-goers would be quite disappointed. There is no need for that, as Ibiza is, and always will remain the ultimate party destination. At night, the town comes to life- the sounds of music and crowds can be heard from the clubs and beaches as people dance their worries away! People come from all over the world just to get a taste of the clubbing here in Ibiza, and most of them are blown away. World-renowned DJs are present in the clubs and beaches, providing you with the very best in dance music. Each club has its own distinctive features and the experience

    is sure to enthrall you! For those who want a bit of sophistication, head over to San Antonio- you will not be let down.

    It is evident that Ibiza holds treats for everyone who wanders her way- it has developed magnificently into a town which holds attractions for everyone, a perfect blend of parties, enjoyment and relaxation all at the same time.

    Ibiza Earth’s Final Refuge

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    Nostradamus Prophecies

    Ibiza Earth’s Final Refuge

    The Portrait of Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus), a French Renaissance Medicine & Astrologer, painted by his son César de Nostredame (1553-1630?)

    Ibiza Will Be Earth's Final Refuge Nostradamus
    “Ibiza Will Be Earth’s Final Refuge” – Nostradamus

    According to the predictions of Nostradamus, the 15th century French astrologer & physician, when nuclear disaster wipes out most life on Earth, the peculiar prevailing wind patterns over Ibiza will ensure that it is the sole remaining life-supporting environment.

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