What better way to escape the increasingly dreary British weather than to jet off to the fabulous party island of Ibiza? Swimwear365 recently challenged me to blog about how I would spend 48 hours in Ibiza, and I was more than happy to oblige and spend my evening day dreaming!
My first stop would without a doubt be Cala Conta. How could I resist starting the holiday without taking in the sun, sea and sand at Ibiza’s number one beach. The dress code here is simple: a gorgeous bikini (Boohoo) and a retro floppy hat (Luisa Viaroma). I’d spend the morning sipping mocktails and catching some vitamin D!
Shopping in Ibiza Town
Ibiza isn’t exactly famed for it’s shopping, but I for one am excited to find out more! An array of bead stalls, vintage boutiques and markets await – there are plenty of bargains to be found and treasures uncovered! I love vintage and one-off pieces, so I’d definitely take a trip to Hola Hola and Kurru Kurrur for some sartorial steals! A Topshop bralet and a Forever New midi skirt would be perfect for bargain hunting (teamed with a Coach bag and Zalando sandals for practicality, naturally!).
Ibiza is practically synonymous with nightlife; a Mecca for music lovers. The island’s Pacha nightlcub is apparently the place to be, where I’d plan to party until the sun rises! H&M faux leather shorts and an eye catching Chicnova kimono would be the perfect uniform for dancing ’til dawn!
D’Alt Vila & Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art
With the beach and bar-scene out of my system, I’d reserve day two for absorbing some culture. First on the list is the beautiful old town of D’Alt Vila. I’d spend the day shopping, dining al fresco and sightseeing! Word has it, you can climb to top of the town and witness the spectacular panoramic views. What better than a floral maxi dress (Vero Moda) and tan accessories (Debenhams and Nordstrom) for a day spent as a culture vulture. Not forgetting this gorgeous Olivia Burton watch and an H&M denim jacket in case it turns a little chilly. I’d also love to visit the Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art and take in some exhibitions!
Relaxing by the pool
And finally, I’d end my 48 hours with blissful relaxation by the pool. All I’d need is an ice cold drink (little umbrella optional), a good book and I’d be in heaven! I adore this Swimwear365 polka dot swimsuit – I’d ramp up the va va voom vintage vibes with a classic floppy hat (Debenhams) and Lancome‘s red lipstick (accessories: We Like Fashion, Fossil and Accessorize).
What do you think of my 48 hours in Ibiza? What would you do differently?
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