As part of our guide, we interviewed for you the influencers who went to the island and wanted to transcribe their trip with us.
They answered us naturally and transported us in their emotions.
5 questions about Ibiza
When did you first come to Ibiza? What was your first impression of the island?
2002 was my first visit to Ibiza. It was love at first sight. Back then it was the party scene and the beautiful openminded people that captured my heart.
After moving here with my husband in 2004 and living in Ibiza full-time my lifestyle changed to a more quiet family life.
What makes Ibiza so charming for you? What are your links with the island?
Diffidently the beautiful nature and the warm openhearted people. You meet so many interesting nationalities that give this island something extra special.
What secret place on the island inspires you as an author?
So I am a big hiker and that’s also where I get most of my inspiration. When I am in nature with no-one around except the sound of birds, wind and the sea.
By food or on a mountain bike you can reach places where no car can take you and its an absolute must for anyone who wants to find their own secret place in Ibiza.
How would you describe Ibiza to someone who has never heard of it?
Ibiza is a mini cosmopolitan that offers more than any other island in the world.
What measures would you propose to preserve the island?
Buy less only what you need. I am sure you don’t need a new pair of yoga pants every month. Meaning just buy the necessaries. Recycle, think of the water,
don’t waste it, take short showers and you can wear your pants more than one day so no need for washing clothes every day.
This is something we learned especially after living off grid. Our house is fully powered by solar. We also drink the water from your our own well, so we don’t use any chemicals. All the products we use in and outside the house are eco-friendly.
Have you traveled to another destination that you found particularly advanced on ecotourism and that you would like to recommend to other travelers?
There is a Danish island called Samsø which is famous for its delicious potatoes and for being Denmark’s first self-sufficient island.