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The Best Way to Relax in Ibiza
July 4th, 2014Guest PostNatalia 1 Comments

I have just completed a 2000 km cycling trip from London to Rome. It was an amazing experience where I really got to experience the beautiful countries where I was cycling, however it was not the most luxurious or relaxing experience. We camped out every night, used shared showers and self catered from grocery stores. We stayed in a hotel only a few nights when camping was not an option and when we were hailed in on a pass in Switzerland.
In the saddle I had a lot of time to think and to day dream about luxury and being pampered. Sometimes it was all I could really think about. So when I finally got home and did some searching online I discovered the perfect hotel that really showcases the natural beauty of the surroundings, relaxation and electric culture. That place is Palladium Palace which is located in the heart of the most bustling regions in Europe, Ibiza. The restaurants in this hotel are divine, with many options to suit your taste. Also available is the luxurious spa to help you unwind. I know I could have really used the spa after cycling every day for 3 weeks. Maybe my next cycling trip should end in Ibiza.

If you’re looking for a little more excitement Ibiza is home to some of the best music festivals on the planet. Top artists from around the world head here for some of the best experiences you can have anywhere – all within striking distance of this hotel. The best part is, even with this high-energy atmosphere the hotel itself maintains its calm and relaxing atmosphere. This is in stark contrast to some of our accommodations in my recent cycling trip where music was blasting well into the night making it difficult to get any sleep. The resort was having a sangria party which turned into a dance party. Not the most relaxing way to rest sore muscles!

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  1. memographer says:

    Just got home from the Balearic Islands, understand your excitement about Ibiza. Great place on Earth!
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