The enchanting and mystical island of Ibiza, located in the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, famous for its free-spirited lifestyle, stunning beaches, and breathtaking natural beauty. Ibiza is currently enjoying a renaissance, with a string of luxe new hotel and restaurant openings, it's also established itself as a chic foodie destination.
Spend your days swimming, renting a boat to explore hard-to-reach bays, or hiking. Away from the beaches, visit the cute villages and town squares or immerse yourself in wellness rituals like sound baths or yoga. 
We've put together a list of our favourite places, dining experiences and more, just for you, to launch our 'We Love' series...
Beach clubs and day parties are having their moment in the sun, with day-life fast becoming a bigger focus than night-life. Cova Santa, which labels itself a gastroclub and mixology, hosts spectacular afternoons that run into the night. We cannot overlook the legendary Café Del Marserving lounge tunes, great cocktails and stunning sunsets since the eighties. Chic beach clubs like Cotton Beach Club and Amante are also a must. Book a lounge ahead of time and arrive early to get a good spot overlooking the stunning cove. Staff will be on hand to top up your rosé, so the only reason to move is for a dip.
Ibiza is known for its superstar DJ sets and glitzy clubs like Lio and Club Chinios. Beyond the pulsating nightlife and energetic beach clubs, the island offers serene and tranquil areas that offer tranquil experiences, perfect for unwinding. Ibiza is filled with breathtakingly beautiful low key beaches like Cala Salada with its shimmering blue water and slabs of red rocks, sprinkled with suntanned bodies in high summer. 
The Las Dalias Hippie Market in Sant Carles, boasts one of the most exciting clubs on the island, Akasha, featuring a roster of local and international DJs.

As the home of boho luxe, the best hotels in Ibiza are more than just hotels. They’re elegant farmhouses, wellness retreats or stylish hotels that double as party scene hot spots. Whether you’re seeking infinity pool, farm-to-table dining, or daily yoga, there’s plenty to choose from.

The Standard in Ibiza Old Town is frequented by the jet-set, music industry and fashion set. The all-white hotel is the perfect for the traveller who wants a bit of buzz and stay close to the heart of town. Up at the rooftop bar, guests can enjoy poolside cocktails people watch and take in sprawling views across the town.

Nestled into the rocks in the much-loved bohemian north end of the island, the magnificent Six Senses Ibiza resort offers a haven for luxe-conscious travellers. With wellbeing and sustainability authentically at its core, the resort is designed to blend into its surroundings, and open and airy. The entire resort is built out of sustainable materials to blend into the rocky hillside that overlooks the ocean and has sweeping sunset views. The huge wellness centre includes the RoseBar longevity lounge, with a  steam room, a hammam, a state-of-the-art fitness area and seafront yoga deck.

Venturing further inland, is the chic, quiet and magical Atzaro Agroturismo Hotel. Its a a thirteen-hectare estate with beautifully appointed rooms, terraces and far reaching manicured gardens. It also offers guests farm-to-fork restaurants, an incredible spa, herb and vegetables gardens and a 43 metre long fresh water swimming pool. It's the perfect oasis for those who want to truly get away from it all.

The Old Town Plaza del Sol, evokes the Bohemian spirit of Ibiza, with guests seated on benches filled with colourful cushions and once dusk sets in, the terrace is lit up with beautiful lanterns.

Located in the little romantic harbour of Portinatx, Los Enamorados has been on the fashion set’s in-the-know list for a few years. With a hippie vibe, this bohemian spot also features clifftop views of the ocean and a casual fun menu with delicious colourful cocktails. There’s nowhere else like it on the island.

One of the hottest spots for such and celebrity spotting is Jondal, tucked away behind the cliffs of Cala Jondal, and an institution in its own right and one of the most exclusive spots on the island. The decor is simple, yet ever so stylish, understated and elegant with slinging cotton sails from sabina trees. The menu was created by well renowned chef Rafa Zara, who serves up exquisite seafood with a modern Mediterranean spin using local ingredients. Positioned on a perfect cove with crystal-clear azure waters, the Jondal is the perfect place for a long lunch.

Exploring the old town of Ibiza, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is undoubtedly one of the best things to see on the island. Wander through the labyrinth of narrow cobblestone alleyways enclosed by ancient stone walls, and magnificent architecture and you’ll discover a tapestry of art galleries, luxe boutiques, and inviting wine bars and cafés.

Inland villages like Santa Gertrudis attracts well-to-do boho-chic families and filled with lovely restaurants, bars and stores selling perfectly fringed knick-knacks and floaty dresses perfect for summer nights.

Watching the sunset at Es Vedrà is truly one a magical experience in Ibiza. Gazing out at the mystical islet as the sky transforms into a mesmerising kaleidoscope of colours that will leave you in awe.

Visiting the island’s iconic hippie markets is also a must. Immerse yourself in a world of bohemian bliss, where vibrant, handmade crafts and laid-back tunes create a unique and unforgettable experience. Two of the most renowned markets are Punta Arabí, the oldest and biggest market on the island, located in Es Canar. Las Dalias and the San Miguel Artisan Market are also a must.

The last few years have seen a rise in Ibiza’s art scene. La Nave Salinas Foundation, is our pick. It’s an old salt warehouse turned gallery by NYC based art collector Lio Malca. In 2023 the gallery featured Australian artist Jonny Niesche, who’s mirrored frames, and digital colour palettes generate what he calls “image-objects”—pieces that straddle the line between painting and sculpture. 

When it comes to what to wear in Ibiza, the carefree pace of the island lends itself to a free-spirited, yet luxe, sense of style. Whether you’re into eclectic accessories and stylish kaftans, crochet slinky dresses, or crisp whites and neutral natural flowing silhouettes, the key is understand luxury without looking like you’re trying too hard or dressed too seriously.

On the White Isle, there are numerous enchanting locations to discover, making trainers and flat sandals essential for navigating the cobblestone streets and embarking on mini hiking expeditions to witness breathtaking sunset views. Generally, day and night attire have a similar feel, so when unsure, it is advisable to pack more beachwear items that can be layered and dressed up as the sun sets. Our Mini Ginni bag is the perfect day to night bag, and our Amelia bag doubles as a great travel and luxe beach bag. No glamorous outfit is complete without the right accessories, hair and make up. That’s where our Blixen Jewellery Case and the Sylvie Beauty bag come in.



This striking piece is ready to elevate any outfit, featuring sustainably sourced and buttery-soft Italian pebble leather with smooth nappa leather contrast, light brushed gold hardware and a monochrome striped lining.

Available in black, butterscotch & clay.



Consciously crafted from supple world-class leather that is soft, buttery and sustainably sourced Italian pebble leather, the beautifully bold Amelia is all you need for nights away, near or far.

Available in black, butterscotch, clay, metaliic navy & bordeaux.



Designed to fit and protect all types of jewellery, our elegant Blixen jewellery case is just as at home on a dressing table as it is travelling the world.

Available in black & navy.



Our Sylvie beauty bag in beautiful pebble leather will become an everyday and travel essential for make-up, smaller cosmetics, and brushes.