Winter Wind Down
For some it may be difficult to imagine Ibiza as anything more than a busy hedonistic party island, however stay a little longer and dig a little deeper and you will discover that life in Ibiza really is a winter wonderland.
As we all steady into the rhythm of the low season, there are still a whole host of activities to do, events to attend and places to visit that offer something for all the family.
In the run up to Christmas, Ibiza is awash with festive markets, offering the chance to meet with other families, indulge in a pre-Christmas mulled wine and sweet treat and browse the unique produce and wares of local Ibiza vendors.
With the long holiday weekend approaching, we have selected a few family-friendly favorites to spend with your little and loved ones.
Friday 8th December 13.30-17.30 – Cala Bonita, S’Estanyol
Following on from last week’s festive workshop at Cala Bonita, S’Estanyol, Kids in Ibiza are back this festivo Friday 8th December from 13.30 – 17.30 to entertain your little ones. In addition to beautiful embossed and hand decorated Christmas cards, children will be offered the chance to decorate and personalise their own Christmas decoration to take home. The picture perfect beachside location is just the spot dine and unwind, whilst your children are amused and entertained.
Friday 8th December 12.00 onwards – Es Caliu, Santa Eulalia
Once upon a time Ibiza is a festive themed bazaar at Es Caliu, Santa Eulalia on Friday 8th December from 12.00 onwards, offering food and beverage stalls, kids area, professional festive photographer services and a charity lotto and collection in support of multiple local charities.
Sunday 10th December 10.00 onwards – Agroturismo Atzaro
Across at Agroturismo Atzaro, you mamas still have time to bag yourself that bespoke and eclectic Christmas outfit at the Xchange Ibiza pre-loved clothing launch event on Sunday 10th December from 10.00am. This exciting new concept event aims to refresh pre-loved designer fashion items by giving them a new lease of life and selling them on to a new home.
If by Sunday evening you still want more, why not take a stroll through your local town or village to admire the Christmas lights and decorations that now illuminate our streets and fill us with a festive glow in the run up to Christmas.
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