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Another face of Ibiza. Part I

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Ibiza has a charming apart from the well known “night, nudism or its beaches”, it also has a varied cultural treasure and life styles.

The island has a trade mark world wide known, related to sun, warm water or its parties. In the mediterranean sea, Ibiza together Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera is part of the autonomous community of Balearics Islands in Spain.

This time, we jump into the ibiza life looking for something different, and we found a new world of culture, flavor, and rest alternatives.

A few kilometres of the historical center we find Can Muson, at the Santa Eulalia del Río town, an ecological farm with 65 thousand mts2. You can breath the scents of local herbs, and see rushing animals around fed with natural products. As María told us (her owner) “the kids who come from the city, think the milk is born in a box at the supermarkets, and here, they can feel and see the truth”. It is an excellent option to visit with kids.

Without getting off farm area, we can have a wonderful day at the Spa in Can Curreu, a rural hotel situated at San Carlos town. Built around its original house of two hundred years; it is a real paradise, with a pretty view to the Ibiza countryside.

Can Curreu has a spa with dry sauna, steam sauna, inner pool with jacuzzi and others services. Can Curreu also has a restaurante with exquisit dishes of the traditional cuisine, but with a modern touch and good taste.

Another optimum option is The Purple. Situated at San Antonio of Portmany; it is a hotel exclusively dedicated to the LGTB market, it has 24 double bedrooms, with air conditioner, and a restaurante served by high qualified staff; also has a swimming pool, a solarium and a bar by the pool.

Raúl (staff) greets you with a wide smile that invites you to relax. Gianluca (the italian chef) bewitches you with his sense of humour and shows his histrionics by singing from the kitchen and inviting to diners to sing with him. An environment, totally delicious, as its meal.

World wide known are spanish wines. Who thinks we can find a wine cellar in Ibiza too? For all who enjoy good wine, we can go around to Sa Cova, a family wine cellar, situated in San Mateu d’Albarca. With wines of high quality which are exported to the european community. Joan, his owner, invites us, with pride to know the place which inherited of his father and runs with his sons.

Ibiza hides another world which it is worth to know.

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