Ibiza in March

March 5th, 2009 - 1:21 pm Posted in ibiza | Comments (2)

Ibiza in MarchMarch is here – and the island is blossoming.

The branches of the orange trees are heavy with fruit, and the fields are covered in the yellow flowering clover that originally blew over to Ibiza and Formentera from the African continent transforming the fields into an endless sea of flowers.

While northern Europe is still shivering under grey skies, Ibiza’s sun is shining down on an island covered in flowers and there’s another big fiesta in San Jose just waiting for you to stop by and admire the locals in their traditional costumes – toddlers included.

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2 Responses to “Ibiza in March”

  1. Villas Ibiza Says:

    This time of year is definately one of my favourties in Ibiza, the island is in bloom and still we have the calm before the madness of summer starts again!

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