Exploring Ibiza old town was top of our to do list, we stayed near by and was a walk away each evening

Before you begin make sure you read part one of Ibiza here.

Nothing oozes European summer more than strolling through cobbled streets till 9pm with daylight still guiding you.

We booked an apartment a 20-minute walk from Ibiza town and spent each evening strolling their and back.

Ibiza Old Town is split into three sections; Old Town, Old Fishing Area and Fortifed Citadel Dalt Vila which is the part we explore in this post.

Ibiza is like many other European countries and are very dog friendly, much to our joy.
They even tend to be off the leads – very well behaved indeed.

We bumped into this little guy, who made us miss our own Blue boy back at home…

The owner insisted we should get ourselves a female, which I have took on board and am reminding Adam off every chance I get.

We had no idea where we were going, we had walked around a large historic wall and knew there had to be something at the top.

We aimed to get to the top for sunset

It would have been a lot quicker if we were able to take the steps but we had the pushchair so quickly marched our feet up the hills.

The town reminded me of St Tropez, in fact so much of Ibiza did.

Shutters on the windows, the mini balconies and the colours that surrounded us.

Dirty Bare Feet Priceless

Like most of the trip Pollyanna had climbed out of her pushchair and enjoyed running around the gothic style town in bare foot at the top of the Cathedral.

This is currently my favourite hair style for Pollyanna

In between downward dog poses and saying Ola to every one that passed us by

Walks along the walls

We made it in time for sunset

We counted and waved to the boats below as the sky turned into a fire of orange

We placed the camera on self timer and got a snap of the three of us.

I always try to make sure I get a photo of us all together, once a day on holiday – even if it’s just a selfie

The summer evening was still lit and we strolled back down to find somewhere to eat

I already cannot wait to go back and explore the tiny walk ways some more

We managed to get this cheeky girl back into her for the walk down

Ibiza town has some of the best-hidden restaurants down small streets, unfortunately, we never got to visit any as we hadn’t booked.

Although you will manage to find anything you are after if you just looking around.

Some nights we had Italian, others we had some of the best tapas

The streets also host some of the best shops, which was what also reminded me of St Tropez

Everything was boho chic and just my style, from fashion to home interiors

We finished off the night exploring the hippy markets and a stroll along the port with a sleeping toddler in toe.


1 Comment

  1. August 6, 2019 / 2:56 pm

    Love this post! You’re stunning! Question, where is this sunset spot?

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