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How I moved to Ibiza

Moving to Ibiza was one of the best decisions I ever made 🌞

Cala Tarida Ibiza Photography

After spending five years in London🌨️ while working in hospitality (long hours, never seeing the sun unless it was a day off or going on holiday) I felt the need for a change.

So my partner and I decided to explore options. At this point, we have already visited the island few times and felt a strong connection. And as any traveler does, after our last visit in June to Ibiza we decided to quit our jobs in London and move.

In August we were saying good bye to our high-paced, beautiful city and welcoming the slow-paced lifestyle of Ibiza.

Driving down to the Spanish island was a dream, all our life was packed and fitted in our car ✨the world is your oyster✨ indeed. What a feeling!

Life in Ibiza can be quite different from other parts of the world, as it is a small island with a unique culture and lifestyle. Here are some aspects of life in Ibiza:

✨Slow-paced lifestyle: Despite the island's reputation for partying, life in Ibiza can be quite relaxed and slow-paced. Many locals and expats enjoy a more laid-back lifestyle, with long lunches, siestas, and evening strolls.

🌴International community: Ibiza has a large international community, with people from all over the world living and working on the island. This creates a diverse and cosmopolitan atmosphere, with many different languages spoken.

🐚Beach culture: Life in Ibiza revolves around the beaches, with locals and tourists alike spending their days soaking up the sun and swimming in the crystal-clear waters. There are dozens of beautiful beaches to choose from, each with its own unique vibe.

🎷Nightlife: Ibiza is famous for its nightlife, with some of the world's biggest DJs and nightclubs located on the island. Many locals and expats work in the nightlife industry, while others simply enjoy the party scene as part of their social lives.

🐠Outdoor activities: In addition to the beaches, Ibiza also offers a range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and water sports. Many people enjoy exploring the island's natural beauty, whether on foot or by boat.

Overall, life in Ibiza can be a unique and exciting experience, with a mix of relaxation, culture, and partying that is hard to find anywhere else in the world.

What's your experience with Ibiza?

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