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Culture in Ibiza | icelolly.com Blog at the Beach | Culturebean says

Icelolly.com’s recent Ibiza themed ‘Blog at the Beach’ got me thinking, what culture does the little Spanish island have to offer? But before I reveal my top four culture spots in Ibiza, here’s what I got up to at the event.

Blog at the Beach

Around 80 awesome bloggers and YouTubers received invites to Blog At The Beach for an afternoon of Ibiza themed fun. We enjoyed sangria, banging tunes, competitions and three inspirational talks from well established bloggers.

I spent a lot of my time with the lovely girlies below! I’ve known fellow Leeds blogger, Michelle, for a few months and finally met Danielle in ‘real life’ after talking online. I also found new faces in Rae and Rebecca! As well as lots of other people, but there are too many to name!

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Icelolly.com

Brand Director, Suniel Makh, launched the event with an insight into the company and its ethos. If you don’t already know, icelolly.com are a super cheap price comparison website that takes the hard work out of travel. From all-inclusive beach holidays to cheeky city breaks, they have you covered.

It’s clear they value the importance of influencers and understand the reach they have. Not only by holding regular Blog At The Beach events, but by committing to working with bloggers on different campaigns, like press trips and Instagram takeovers.

blog at the beach talkBlogger Top Tips

Instagram Queen, Rhianna Bowe, gave us the confidence to boss Instagram.

  1. Comment before posting to generate activity
  2. Choose the best time to post for your audience.

Ball of energy, Jen Lowthrop, injected creativity with an interactive session.

  1. Speak to other bloggers for new ideas.
  2. Keep a scrap-book of ideas, thoughts and pictures.

Travel expert, Jess Gibson, answered the big question, ways to monetise your blog.

  1. Add audience stats from Google Analytics to your media pack.
  2. Respond to emails with a simple question. Do you have any budget allocated?

top four ibizan culture spots

Top Four Culture Spots in Ibiza

So, feeling inspired by the Ibiza theme, I’ve chosen four ways to enjoy a more cultural and less ‘clubby’ side to the island.

1. Aquarium Cap Blanc

I had a chin wag with Brand Director, Suniel, about his upcoming trip to San Antonio. I visited aged 11 so had quite a different experience! But Suniel, if you take a day out from clubbing, you could maybe pop on a boat to the Aquarium. It’s only five Euro and inside a natural cave!

2. Cinema Paridiso

Enjoy a relaxed night out and join a movie alfresco!  Cinema Paridiso was Ibiza’s first ever outdoor cinema. Watch a film on the beach during a sultry summer night and sip cocktails under the stars.

3. Bloop International Art Festival

BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival is a free, island wide celebration of arts and culture. Explore gigantic murals, interactive installations and much more from 23rd August to 16th September.

4. Hippy Market

Dubbing themselves the authentic hippy market of Ibiza, every Wednesday, Es Canar hosts a colourful and cultural flea market. More than 500 craftsman and artists offer original items alongside special performances and street food.

I’d like to thank icelolly.com for inviting me along to Blog At The Beach. I met lots of brilliant bloggers and gained a new-found enthusiasm for my cultural channel.

Do let me know if you have any questions about the event, or if you visit my top four culture spots in Ibiza!

4 thoughts on “Culture in Ibiza | icelolly.com Blog at the Beach | Culturebean says

    • Gina says:

      It really does! I reckon I could spend a full day browsing, eating and watching performances. I love a foreign market too!! Xx

  1. Rae Coppola says:

    It was so nice to meet you on Saturday and hear some of your tips on improving my blog.

    I love how you’ve included some must-visit places, because at time I did get stuck into the talks and forget the Ibiza theme! A club in a cave?! Wow, I’ll definitely have to check that out when I eventually visit – I love the fusion of natural and modern life!

    • Gina says:

      Aww glad you found my tip useful. It was such a hard task! The ibiza theme was quite low key but it got me thinking about culture there. Looks like there is some! And it’s an aquarium in a cave but just as cool right 😉 x

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