5 things you should do when you come to Ibiza on your own

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Traveling by yourself can work miracles. You have the time to think things through. You often return with great new insights. Some people love it and some people are really terrified by the idea itself. We would love to share 5 tips how to come to Ibiza by yourself . So book your flight and dive into an great adventure you will always remember.

1. I will overcome

Fear is one of the emotions we always associate with something negative. Lets take a look deeper at the emotion of fear. Often fear is just not knowing how things can be. When we freeze up and act on it we will never get to meet new people, experience amazing things and we miss those moments that count.

When you grab fear as an opportunity and jump in the pool of uncertainty, most of the time things are not as bad as we think they are. Amazing things will happen. You might meet the love of your life, or your best friends forever. You can even find that one thing you are passionate about and want to pursue for the rest of your life. Overcome fear and amazing things will open up to you.

2 Take action

Don’t let thinking of traveling to Ibiza just stay thoughts. Be naughty and step out of your comfort zone and book your flight online. Trust me, the rebel in you will awaken and you are just a few blinks of your eyes away from a fantastic trip to the magical white island by yourself. Just do it!

                    Take action and travel to Ibiza by yourself

You have the power to achieve greatness and create anything and everything you want in life – but you have to take action!

3. Travel and Meet people

I can hear you think right now “MEET PEOPLE?” But before you wander off in doubt, let us share this with you: Ibiza is an island that does not judge your age, gender, sex or colour of your skin. The people in Ibiza are the sprits of the free world.

One of the easiest things in Ibiza is meeting people. All you have to do is go to a terrace and just start a conversation randomly with the person next to you. You will be surprised how easy it is to meet people in Ibiza. Before you know it you are on a roller coaster ride of villa parties, sunsets with your new found friends or even a boat trip for days. All of that is possible in Ibiza.

4 Go to places in Ibiza

Make it a habit of going out every time you have the chance in Ibiza. Go to Pacha and dance the night away, go to one of the beautiful beaches, talk to people, have fun and above all, be yourself! Visit one of the markets and meet the people who sell their beautiful products. They love to share their amazing story with you when you just ask and genuinely take the time to listen.

5. Keep your eyes and your heart open

Keep on looking and actually see what’s happening around you. Listen to your heart, trust your instinct and shut for once your mind off and let your inner feelings be your guide. You will feel free, newborn and you will meet wonderful people.

 Open Your Heart while you travel

Just Do It

We hope that we have inspired you to come to Ibiza even when all your friends are tied up with their own families. Don’t stop yourself from enjoying your life. You will not be the first and certainly not the last to be afraid of doing so. Many people from all walks of life are coming to Ibiza all by themselves and you can do just the same. So grab all your courage and just do it. We will be here and we will salute you with a deep bow for your courage.

When you are in need of some help with planning of your great adventure, we will be more then happy to assist you.

Marisa is the co founder of Ibiza Inside and together with Virgil she has a mission to empower as many people around the world to become better versions of themselves in body mind and lifestyle. Marisa is ready to move you in to action, and she will share beautiful Ibiza with you at the same time.

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  2. sean roden

    For years I have been coming alone to the island renting my own place and made fantastic friends, and now end up living there. A great place to live and spend your holidays