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A Life Well Lived: John Penny

John arrived in Ibiza in 1970, looking for a change after years in the British army. After falling in love with Milca, he began his business venture by opening clubs such as 'Revolution' and 'Bananas Club'. Although the music scene changed, his entrepreneurial spirit never wavered. He shared... READ MORE

The Odyssey of Melchior Arnold

Melchior's journey from his childhood in Ibiza to becoming a co-owner of the popular restaurant Nagai has been anything but a straight line. Similar to Homer's epic tale, The Odyssey, Melchior's story involves adventures and determination. Born to alternative-seeking parents, Melchior's earl... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2023

Susana Camacho Roig: A Passion for Healthy Food

Susana, an Ibiza native, has led Biorganic for 17 years, bringing healthy food to Ibiza while supporting local agriculture. Her journey began to heal her son's asthma, discovering the importance of organic food. With two stores in Ibiza and four more, Biorganic drives access to healthy foods... READ MORE

Sven Puch: An Ibiza Story

Many people have found their true selves here on Ibiza. For over 40 years it has been a place of freedom where you can leave behind who you were, and choose to be who you really are. Sven Puch grew up in Berlin, and as a young lad he thought that becoming a priest might be his future. He lik... READ MORE

Published: 15/10/2023

The Pirate Towers of Ibiza

Discover Ibiza's Rich Pirate History! 🏴‍☠️ The island's coastline is dotted with ancient watchtowers, once the defense against North African pirates. These towers, strategically placed, signaled danger, allowing locals to prepare. Explore these remnants of the past, like the iconic tower ove... READ MORE

BIBO PARK - Where Nature Meets Science

Bibo Park in Ibiza is an impressive botanical and biotechnological park housing over 30,000 plants, representing 160 species from Ibiza and Formentera. From dunes to forests and salt flats, the park highlights the diversity of habitats. It features technological innovations like the "Plant P... READ MORE

Published: 15/06/2023

Helen Sadler: The Magic of Her Art

What separates a true artist from someone who just happens to have some painting or drawing ability? When you meet a true artist you sense something magical about them, and that’s how you feel when you are with Helen Sadler. She’s free-spirited yet serious; open yet mysterious. In short, she... READ MORE

Published: 15/10/2022

Ibiza’s History - Part VIII: Crusades and Conquests

Moorish culture in Spain under the Caliphate of Cordoba reached its remarkable zenith in the 10th century drawing praise even from its rivals for its incredible achievements. Ibiza, as part of that realm, attained levels of civic, commercial and agricultural prosperity greater than at any ti... READ MORE

Published: 15/06/2019

Ibiza’s History - Part VII: The Moors

The arrival of Moorish culture in 902 breathed new life into an island adrift on the seas of oblivion. Ever since the shadowy withdrawal of the Byzantines, sometime in the 7th century, Ibiza had languished outside the realm of established governance. What the island’s geopolitical status mig... READ MORE

Published: 15/04/2019

The Message of the Wells

Since the first foreigners came to Ibiza’s shores over sixty years ago, this small, pine-clad island in the Mediterranean has had a certain something that attracts spiritual seekers. Beatniks, radicals, hippies, et al, have come seeking new ways of living and a deeper meaning to life. They h... READ MORE

Published: 15/02/2019

Adjusting the limits on live music

Over the past two years the Sant Josep council has undertaken measures to control the noise level from music in its municipality. Responding to many complaints from residents, an ordinance and subsequent amendments were passed to regulate the volume of music. The regulations required all est... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part VI: Dark Centuries after Rome

When Rome fell, the last embers of Classical Antiquity were extinguished. As the Empire broke up, its outlying lands were overrun by barbarians pressing in from the north and east. Despite Rome’s desperate attempts to retain control its western territories – Spain and the Balearics among the... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part V: Ibiza in Roman Times

As Rome extended its hegemony over the Mediterranean, Ibiza drifted inexorably into its orbit. The Pax Romana that followed Rome’s victory over Carthage in the Second Punic War left the Balearic Islands as the only territories in the Western Mediterranean still unclaimed by ... READ MORE

Published: 15/08/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part IV: The Gods of Ancient Ibiza

The gods of Antiquity thundered out from the heavens, brandishing lightning bolts and defeating all foes... or so the mythological cliché goes. In fact, the ancient world view encompassed a remarkable scope of masculine archetypes. The attributes they ascribed to their male deities ranged fr... READ MORE

Published: 15/06/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part III: The Goddesses of Ancient Ibiza

Religion was a cornerstone of the ancient world. To understand history in all its nuanced complexity, we must contemplate not only the outer events of wars and statecraft, but also the spiritual underpinnings that stirred and sustained early societies. Ibiza, as evidenced by abundant materia... READ MORE

Published: 15/04/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part Two: The Carthaginians

The Carthaginians have come down in history as more notorious than glorious. Rivals of Rome and thorns in the side of Greece, they are regularly airbrushed from the classical legacy handed down to us by their vanquisher, Rome. Consequently, although Carthage was a major player on the classic... READ MORE

Published: 15/02/2018

Ibiza’s History - Part One: The Phoenicians

Ibiza occupies a unique and venerable place in the annals of history. Overstatement? Not at all. Consider that Dalt Vila, the walled citadel overlooking the harbour, is the oldest preserved coastal fortress in the Mediterranean. Far from hyperbole, this substantiated fact is the basis of the... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2017

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