Sunday February 22 saw Blue Marlin Ibiza bring its unique party vibe to London’s La Maison Des Artistes’ magnificent space banking hall for a collaboration with Jean Claude Ades’ Be Crazy and one of the city’s coolest club brands, Pool Disco.
There are times when Ibiza really lives up to its reputation as an island of contrasts. This weekend has been one of those occasions. While Amnesia partied on until lunchtime, Space opened its doors for the final time of the season and Blue Marlin Ibiza shook its last summer cocktail, an altogether more different event was taking place in the centre of the island. The Ibiza Spirit Festival was not a closing party, but an event aimed at opening minds. It was to be a day of “joyous celebration that shows us how beautiful life can be…
Bambuddha is a true Ibiza institution, offering a unique experience in the centre of the island.
This probably won’t come as a surprise to anyone, but doing a photoshoot with five drag queens is one rollicking, raucous ride.
Sa Capella is a stunning restaurant o the outskirts of San Antonio, located in a 400 year old church and home to some of the finest dishes on any Ibiza restaurant menu. Visiting this tranquil spot is much more than going out for a meal, it’s an experience you will never forget the first time and it is one that you will repeat time and again.