7 deadly trends

A beautiful cove surrounded by wild nature, a beach bar where to eat fresh fish, a hostel with 50% discount in Formentera, some fashion trends for autum and more. Today, at ‘7 deadly trends’, we give you some ideas to enjoy sunshine and beach. Have a nice weekend!

Cala d’en Serra. In the north of the island, a wild beach in the bottom of the cliffs, surrounded by forest, amazing blue-green waters and very quiet (featured image). One of our favorites. There is a simple bar where you can eat delicious salads, sandwiches and burgers. You have to leave your car on the road and walk a path about 10 minutes. It’s a good idea to take some photos of the breathtaking wiews.

Fresh fish in Sa Punta. This beach bar has become one of the coolest places in Ibiza. Here you can have lunch or dinner eating delicious fresh fish and prawns sitting so close to the sea that you can feel the splashing waves. The place is authentic but recently has become very fashionable, so prices are not as cheap as you can suppose. Prawn dish: 22.5 euros. Fresh fish dish: about 20-25 euros.

Octopus Shop: We discovered a new decor and gifts store in Santa Eulalia which fascinated us for originality and creativity. On Monday we are going to talk about it.

Basic autumn-winter: The plaid shirts are trendy this winter. My latest purchase is this Zara in red and blue, with tacks. Very british.

Must have: Boots by Ilse Jacobsen -the new Hunter-are one of the hottest trends of the new season. Military style with laces and lined to keep warm, are the perfect boots for rainy days. In Ibiza you can find in Oink, Paseo Vara de Rey.

Trendy dogs: We love the dog collars by Queens of Joy, decorated with colored rhinestones. Very trendy!

Formentera hostel: 50% off: Yes, you read that right, NOW IS THE TIME to make a trip to the smaller Pitiusa to enjoy the neverending summer. Some accommodations are at half-price. Through www.booking.com  we found this nice rustic inn on Migjorn beach. Before: 170 euros. Now: 85. So … we are ready to sail to paradise. Have a good weekend!


by Judit Carcasona