I love San Antonio. Purely because there’s so much to do and a variety of lots of different things, whether of a day or night time. Of a day time, there are plenty of restaurants, cafes, shops, and bars to enjoy.
Well, what I can say to describe Ibiza’s nightlife other than EPIC! It really is absolutely amazing for a night out, even daytime events. The clubs / pool parties are unreal, and it may spoil the clubs for you back at home. Well, it certainly did for me. Unless you’re from Las Vegas, or somewhere fascinating, then the clubs are pretty much on a par.
Ibiza Town is so beautiful! There are so many lovely little bars, restaurants, and cafes along Vara Del Rey. Whether you go for a coffee of a daytime, or wine and tapas of an evening, there’s a lot of choice.
I absolutely love Santa Eularia in Ibiza. It’s such a pretty, quaint town, everything you’d expect to find in Spain–beautiful buildings, churches, the stunning beach, with surroundings restaurants, shops and markets etc.
There’s a Medieval Festival at Dalt Vila, every year, in Ibiza. I’ve been a few times and it’s a really enjoyable day out. This year, 2018, the market is on in May, Fri 11, Sat 12, and Sun 13.
For New Years Eve, I wanted to wear something glittery and girly, and so I decided on this peach, white, and silver dress my sister bought me from Las Vegas. It was the first time wearing it, and as NYE is a special occasion–we went to Marco Pierre White, Birmingham–it was perfect.
I teamed it with black heels and a black clutch bag. As it’s freezing in the UK at the moment, the long-sleeves kept me nice and warm 🙂
I went to Alicante just before Christmas for the first time. The centre, about 15 minutes drive from the airport was beautiful. The port was to my right, as was the beach further up, and the promenade to my left. The promenade was busy with people sitting outside restaurants, cafes, ice-cream shops etc. There were also a few souvenir stalls.