From sun-kissed beaches to succulent seafood, escape the winter blues as we explore the best of Ibiza weddings with a bohemian twist…
1: Ibiza’s beaches make the perfect picturesque backdrop
The beauty of Ibiza being an island is that it has sandy coves, sensational beaches and coastal lookouts in abundance. Perhaps best of all, you don’t need to travel far to find a tranquil spot all to yourself. There are various locations across the island that cater for beach ceremonies.
A trip to the north showcases the original Ibiza, where vineyards are spotted on the hills and a laid-back ambience breezes through the air. Best of all, the beaches are crowd-free and enough to convince your guests that you have the island to yourselves.
Meanwhile, a trip to the southern region offers more than mega-clubs and cosmopolitan life. Take a short journey west and you’ll be in awe of monolithic landmarks, as well as hidden coves around each new corner. Get ready to explore!
2: Ibiza is home to world-class entertainment
There’s no denying that Ibiza is renowned as being a party place for stags and girls holidays. But there is another side to this island that offers luxury, high-class entertainment that you will remember the morning after. Think fire blowers lighting up the night, smooth saxophone jazz, or even sticking to the club classic DJ. There’s something to suit everyone’s taste.
3: Ibiza’s food is fresh from the island
If dancing to the smooth sounds of Ibiza doesn’t work up an appetite then the tantalising waft of a saffron-infused paella certainly will. The Spanish delicacy is a winner for guests and ticks the list for locally sourced ingredients, allowing you to indulge feeling guilt-free. Other traditional dishes include strawberry salads, chorizo al vino (chorizo sausage braised in red wine), as well as barbecued piri-piri chicken. If that doesn’t send guests racing to the table, then I’m not sure what will.
4: Ibiza grows a diverse range of flora and fauna
Most visitors to Ibiza are drawn to the emerald tinted ocean, but few know where its colour originates. Posidonia (more commonly known as Neptune grass) is an underwater endemic plant that is responsible for maintaining the transparency and rich colour of the waters surrounding the island. It even has World Heritage Site status.
However, with the majority of wedding ceremonies taking place on land, you’ll be more intrigued to know that Ibiza grows everything from cacti and hibiscus, to palm and pine trees. Such diversity allows you to pick and choose your wedding florals, with the addition of a tropical landscape free of cost. Win-win!
5: Ibiza’s weather is reliably sunny
Ibiza opens its doors to Summer between May and October each year. Keeping in mind that the most popular months to visit are July/August time, it’s wise to consider the shoulder months to minimise wedding costs and enjoy Ibiza’s spectacular scenery in peace. Expect florals bursting with colour by late May and long hot summer nights until mid-October. Now that’s an even better reason to swap suit and tie for sunnies and shirts!
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