So you have plans to make a move to Ibiza or another place in paradise? We moved 3 years ago and we would love to share our first 3 years in Ibiza with you. Are you ready to pack your bags and move?
Is your bum not what it was in your early days? Is it now the time to do something about it? Kickstart the resurrection of your stunning behind with these exercises. All you need is 3 hours a week of training, determination and a strong will to change. Do you have what it takes? Then let’s begin:) Continue reading…
At the end of Talamanca bay, near Jesus, lies restaurant Sa Punta. The restaurant offers an amazing view because the restaurant is located a little higher up and you can see the old town of Ibiza Town at the other side of the bay. You can imagine what the view looks like when it’s dark and the lights illuminate the city and the bay…it is breath-taking!
Ibiza is being flooded with new restaurants over the last couple of years. It is hard to catch up and review them all, but sometimes restaurant owners take a different approach than just an invitation for an opening. Alix and Luca, owners of Tamarama, invited us for a personal tasting and, boy, we were spoiled. Are you ready to be blown away?..:)
Now is the time to drop a dress size, or impress your ex at a party of mutual friends a Ibiza holiday maybe with your stunning body. There are many reasons to start but you never seem to stick to it, or get the desired results. This little voice in your head always gets in the way and ruins it all. We’d love to share 5 easy action steps to make it to the finish line. Are you ready for change?
Is there a magic formula to get in shape? Is it really possible to train a short amount of time and still get fantastic results? Unfortunately the answer is NO! But if you really can not find the time to train 3 times a week for at least 45 min then this is a way to maintain your fitness level. Are you ready to sweat?
Ibiza is the largest of a group of the western Balearic islands, called the Pityûssai or “Pine covered Islands”. The Greeks gave the name Pityûssai to the island. The Balearic Islands include over fifty islands, most of them are uninhabited. Ibiza has a very rich history and many tribes saw the beauty of the island, its minerals and its strategic position. Here is a brief summary of the island’s history from the first settlers to the cosmopolitan island that it is today.
The first time that we came to El Carmen together was very romantic. Marisa was already in Ibiza and Virgil came a week later. Marisa picked Virgil up at the airport and drove straight to El Carmen, her old time favourite, to get Virgil in the Ibiza vibe as soon as possible after coming from a cold Holland…
For some Ibiza is only known for its parties, for some because of the fantastic weather and spiritual vibes and then there is a handful that just know all the big supermarkets. However, did you know that Ibiza also has its fair share of modest ecological farmers who sell their products straight from their land?
So, your holiday is about to start and you are looking forward to make the most of it. We have collected some tips and tricks to make your stay on Ibiza even more comfortable. Do you have some tips for other readers? Please share them with us so that we can add it!
At The Workout Club Ibiza, we believe in the triangle of body, mind and energy. If you have a good balance between these three, you are able to live a happy and healthy life. This is why we offer classes, tools and events which teach or treat at least one side of the triangle.
On the road from the airport to San Jose, on your left hand at the 5, 6 kilometres sign to be precise; you’ll find Km5. Km5 opened its doors in 1994. What 400 years ago used to be an old finca, became one of the main hotspots of the island when it comes to wining, dining and dancing. Ibiza without Km5 is difficult to imagine.