Ibiza’s very own Pamela Deakin has been honoured in the Queens New Years Honours list for services to charity on Ibiza and Formentera. She is the Vice President of the Ibiza and Formentera Association for the Prevention of Cancer and does a brilliant job along with all of the staff. She has been awarded Order of the Birtish Empire: Member (MBE).
Here’s a round up of whats happening in Ibiza tomorrow for New Years eve:
NOCHE VIEJA at Grial (just down from Pacha)
Pacha with Paul Taylor, Sebastian Gambo – Expect lots of tuxedo’s and the beautiful people…
Ibiza Underground from 1am
D’s in Playa den Bossa (on the beach front). 15 euros per person for hot and cold Buffet, party bags and lucky Grapes at midnight. J
The Doghouse DJs Do Disco N Dansak NYE ’08 at the Cardamom Club in Santa Eulalia. A champagne reception, Canapes. A special New Year set menu comprising of four courses of fantastic Indian food and wine. 50 euros per person all in if you wanna eat – includes all the champagne and canapes… and a kids menu is also available
Aura (on the San Juan Road)
LOVE SESSIONS – Ernesto Altes vs MerchyPop :: Igor MariJuan vs Cris 44. FREE ENTRY
Ocho (on the San Juan Road)
Guarana (Santa Eulalia Marina)
NEW YEAR’S EVE at Guarana! The best house classics of the last 15 years and more with Jon Howell and James Kameran, special guest Doris Decker (live sax)
New Years Day FREE Party in San Agustin:
WE HAVE A NEW, UNUSED, CLASSY n SASSY EXCLUSIVE VENUE FOR THIS EVENT!
OPEN PLAN WITH ALL GLASS WALLS AND OPEN FIRES,TWO SEPARATE ROOMS OF SOUND AND A CHILLOUT GARDEN WITH SEATING.
CHEAP DRINKS & SEA VIEWS FOR THE ULTIMATE BALEARIC EXPERIENCE!
STARTING AT 13.00HRS ON 01.01.09 AND GOING TILL YOU DROP.
Separated from nearby Ibiza town by the, now threatened, marshland of “Ses Feixes”, Jesus is actually part of the municipality of Santa Eulalia.
This small but busy little village is home to one of the island’s greatest art treasures a 16th Century altar screen of “The Virgin and Child”.
This is remarkable in that it has survived the invasions of the past 500 years intact! The village itself seems to attract more traffic than almost anywhere else on the island, for no obvious reason except that the surrounding hills groan under the weight of villas built to enjoy the iconic view of the nearby old town of Ibiza.
In the summer, Bon Lloc tends to be the favourite morning haunt of the club crowd going home north…
Ibiza Town is the only city on the island and until recent years the only place large enough to be described as anything more than a village.
Confusingly, it is signposted all over the island as “Eivissa”, which is the Catalan name. However, fortunately the island is so small that all roads lead to Ibiza eventually, so it’s almost impossible to get lost!
The old walled town is so spectacular that it has been chosen as a World Heritage site and, as you approach the island by sea for the first time, it serves as an appropriately stunning introduction to the Pandora’s Box that is Ibiza.
Built on a high promontory jutting out into the sea, the old town with its massive walls crowned by the cathedral serves as a global icon the world over.
This tiny village is dominated by the Bar Can Tixedo, which used to be a supermarket and has now converted itself into one of the coolest bars on the islands.
Behind the bar is the new supermarket, next door is the neighbourhood school and over the road another house – and that’s all there is…
However, the bar more than makes up for this with a perfect front terrace for watching the world slowly trundle by… There’s an art gallery inside and internet access with wi-fi for those enjoying the sunshine on the terrace with their laptop.
The perfect spot to break your journey to San Antonio…
Now you can hear the clubs panel audio. This was the first time the major clubs and a representative from the government sat at the same time in public. Unfortunately the IMS’s video didn’t work so it seems we’re the only ones with the full audio of this historic meeting.