Luggage and bags:
* Small bag with long strap (satchel bag or across body bag) - only practical bag to have when out clubbing
* Beach bag - to carry your essentials to the beach
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: SHOES:
Flipflops - is the footwear to be seen in, at the beach, shopping, eating..even at the bars and clubs (a few clubs have dresscodes though). Especially Havaianas! So be casual and get your flipflops on!
If you're a girl - bring a pair of flat sandals (for nicer restaurants, clubs) or wedge heels. In San Antonio a lot of the girls wore high heels, but I'd not recommend it (too hot and uncomfy).
CLOTHES FOR CLUBBING:
* Everyone was wearing short shorts, short skirts and short dresses.
* halterneck bikinis were a hit - some wear pretty kaftans
* the straw stetson is still popular (though I find it a bit tacky)
* sundresses, shorts shorts/skirts and light tops.
* lots of bangles
* colorful, dangly jewelry (both in beach and at clubs)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: * Sun screen - although it's no problem buying it in Ibiza
* After-sun - oh yes you will get burned
* Fragrance without alcohol (if you need to smell good on the beach)
the most outrageous sexy clothes! lots of knickers, bikini & tongs - there is nothing unusual in clubbing just with a pair of these & lace top!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: bring plenty of medicines as ull be very likely very sleep deprived and ull get sick very easily
we were joking that our points of reference in Ibiza were the pharmacies - we visit them every single day:)
Photo Equipment: loads of cards as there plenty to see & bring back home
Luggage and bags:
Beware, as they tend to leave heavy luggage behind in Bareclona for a few hours (in other words 'lose your luggage.' Apparently the small plane can only carry so much. Put your swim suit in your carry on to hold you over- just in case. We all got ours back (yes we all lost one bag) but it took about 6 hours.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bathing suits, shorts and flip flops. Night time- people get more dressed up, but still comfy.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: FYI- the running water is salt water- keep a bottle in the bathroom to brush your teeth.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Bring sunblock- you will need it.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Plenty of high factor sun block. The mosquito problem is being tackled by treating the water at Las Salinas ( the ancient roman salt pans behind the airport where standing water is allowed to evaporate to leave the salt behind )
This is the beach where the ' poor ' people go... they have spent all their money getting to Ibiza... and cannot afford to buy swimming costumes ;0)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Face powder to hide your blushes.
Photo Equipment: They dont like cameras here... hehe.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Absolutely nothing required... except a smile :0)
Miscellaneous: I think you must be an 'alpine climber' or a 'sailor' to reach this beach... but there are beaches more easily accessable.
Be sure to break out your club wear, less is best!
People go all out, as you will see this was my Ibiza makeover.
Hair, make-up..it's a show!
This is what you are going to have to deal with, what do you think you'll need?
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