Ibiza: A Guide For First-Time Partiers


When I was offered the opportunity to go on a press trip and indulge in the Ibiza spirit, I jumped at the chance. Literally. I jumped out of my chair and was hair flipping all like Oh hells yes! I’ve never been a huge partier but Ibiza’s reputation of over-the-top pool parties, glitter covered partygoers and an extravagant club culture called to my inner diva. And it’s reputation stayed true as I spent 48 hours on this unforgettable island.

Knowing what I did about the island, I should have realised that from the get go, I wasn’t going to have the regular travel experience that I’ve become so accustomed to. Take the flight for example. Instead of peace and quiet, I was greeted with a group of 12 rowdy boys, who didn’t know the meaning of sit down and do not disturb fellow passengers. Not to mention one of them thought it would be a good idea to smoke an e-cigarette mid flight. I mean seriously…

Needless to say, upon landing the plane was held on the tarmac until police arrived and escorted the all 12 of them off. For more about my trip, for tips on the best places to visit for celebrity spotting, and of course where to party, then visit SheerLuxe where my article is published. Yep, I have a published article! Super excited being that it’s my first one, so please go give it some love x




20 thoughts on “Ibiza: A Guide For First-Time Partiers

  1. Kris says:

    I’ve definitely heard things about rowdy flights to Ibiza. I bet being escorted off the plane by the police put a damper on those boys’ vacation. I’d love to see the natural beauty of the island, but I think I’d head to bed early rather than party.


  2. Johna says:

    Oh wow! I’ve never experienced something like that before. But hey, at least your WHOLE Ibiza trip from start to finish was memorable 😂


  3. Joy Generoso says:

    I love you detailed guide in Ibiza. Frankly, I never consider visiting Ibiza as I’m not into parties. However upon reading your article it made me think twice. The place looks awesome and there’s so much to do and things to explore. The food scene are quite amazing too.


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