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In the previous post we gave you a few tips for a perfect day in Ibiza, today we would like to bring you the second installment,so that you have everything you need to explore and discover the island. We hope to give you a entire day to enjoy the beaches, restaurants, sunsets and even fit in a bit of shopping.

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07 am.
 It’s time to wake up and watch the sunrise over Villa Afrodita. This is a great villa, perfect for sharing with your family or with a group of friends. It is located on a small hill just outside of Ibiza town, and has wonderful views of the old town and the natural park of Ses Salines. The villa is spread over two buildings, each with its own pool, and extensive gardens.

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09 am.
 Time for breakfast and to recharge your engery levels, and for this let’s head North, towards Santa Eulalia des Riu, and the Passion Café. An ideal place to enjoy a very healthy breakfast, where they have several options for everyone, including vegetarian, vegan, macrobiotic and cured. Amongst other things, you can try the delicious milk with nut icecream. A real treat for the senses.

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11 am.
Time for the beach and some sun bathing, we have chosen ‘Aguas Blancas’, a beautiful nudist beach that has been immaculately preserved. With pristine water and fine grain sand, fitting eloquently with the unique rocky landscape.. To get there you must pass through the village of Sant Carles, at the  crossing  of the bar Anita, you take the turnoff to the left and follow the road signs.

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15 pm.
 After the fresh sea and beautiful sun, what better way to work up an appetite. So as it’s time to eat, we suggest having lunch in Ca’s Pagès, on the road to Sant Carles, a classic and simple restaurant. With traditional rustic decor and a terrace with many plants this restaurant offers generous helpings of barbecued meat and vegetables or you can even try the typical dish of Ibiza, the sofrit pagès or rice a la matanza.

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18 pm.
 What a better way to work off the generous dishes of Can Pages, but to go for a stroll through Santa Gertrudis and do some shopping. It is a small inland village, ideal for shopping, it has nice shops where you will find original objects of clothing and decoration. We especially recommend Es Cucons, you’ll love it. It has some very original clothes, objects, tableware, bags … all with exquisite taste.

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20 pm.
A truely magical time in Ibiza, where you can see some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. To do this we must go to Sant Antoni,and to the area of Ses Variades. You will find here some of the most traditional bars on the island,  Café del Mar and Café Mambo, both famous for their awe inspired musical sunsets. Chill out, relax, sit back and enjoy your well deserved cocktail and let your breath be taken away with some spectacular views.

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22 pm.
 And what a better way to end this great day with a romantic dinner or “cenita”. We have chosen Can Berri Vell restaurant, Sant Agusti des Vedra, overlooking the beautiful church of this tiny village. Delicious food served in a fantastic traditional country home, you will be pleasantly surprised with such dishes as beef tenderloin with foie and truffle sauce or red fruits, or duck with Pedro Ximénez sauce. The service is great and the atmosphere will leave you yearning to return.

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24 am
Now it’s time for some to go for a night cap while other of you will be ready for night out. What a great way to end a perfect day, but in KM5. The KM5 restaurant and lounge is famous worldwide. Located on the road from San Josep at 5km, KM% has the best music and djs with various beautiful gardens and terraces, you are guaranteed an unforgettable evening, why not try one of there many cocktails,  after all, you deserve it!

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