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?
Smiling I would say years ago, actually since my birth!
I was born in Ibiza, on this intense and beautiful island.
My mother was born in Santa Gertrudis and my grandparents too! So I’m local and happy to be so.
What makes Ibiza so charming for you?
The diversity of the people who live here. Also the light of each and every season. The peasants in the countryside and their vegetable gardens. The red earth and the lost coves. The strange energy that embraces you. The pleasure of swimming in clean water. The real tomatoes. The freedom. The contrasts. The ease of getting lost on the roads and finding yourself.
Ibiza is like a bubble in the middle of everything and nothing.
What are your links with the island?
Apart from the family by birth, the light by vital necessity.
How would you describe Ibiza to someone who has never heard of it?
A Mediterranean treasure. Better to feel it than to describe it.
What measures would you propose to preserve the island?
Among many others I would say to protect the land we inhabit.
The authenticity of the island goes hand in hand with local culture and tradition.
As an Ibicencan, I see how the land of grandfathers and grandmothers is now almost inaccessible. Exorbitant prices. Either you inherit or you are a millionaire or byebye.
It saddens me to see such crazy, exorbitant prices.
Grandchildren who cannot take over from their grandparents is bread for today and hunger for tomorrow.
Land is culture.
And culture is what makes us what we are.
To protect the land and the local culture is to protect the identity of the island.
Have you traveled to another destination that you found particularly advanced on ecotourism and that you would like to recommend to other travelers?
Not yet. Everything I know about it comes from my grandparents. I love to see how the orchards are flourishing and Eco comes to recover their ancestral value.
What part of the island’s culture inspires you as a photographer?
Nature. Movement. Freedom. Femininity. That’s what the island gives me to create. Also dance, dance and dance.