Ibiza is home to the craziest nightlife, luxury resorts, loud music and famous actors, but if you're able to spend some time on the island off-season, and are willing to get lost far from the major tourist attractions, what you will find is completely different.
We spent an early spring weekend on the island enjoying solitude, silence, good food and the pleasure of slow living in a way that rarely I had the chance to experience in my life.
Our hotel was on the coast, at Santa Eulària se Riu, but we spent most of our time on the road on our rented Fiat 500 Cabrio, driving through the countryside on small and desert roads, passing through small villages getting ready for the upcoming summer months and fields so full of wildflowers that it was hard to see the color of grass.
We crossed the Island from South to North, from the East beaches to the Western banks where the Isla de es Vedrà attracts thousands of curious tourists every year.
Everything was so peaceful and relaxed that going back to our normal lives has been painful, but we'll always remember those days and our Ibiza, that is different from million others.
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