PAREIDOLIA TO IBIZA

PAREIDOLIA TO IBIZA

PAREIDOLIA TO IBIZA The face of ancient Indian guarding a submerged treasure The adventure of Ibiza continues. In the previous article I spoke of an Ibizan Stonehenge, this time we traveling a little more with the imagination. The north coast Ibiza is a continuous wild landscape. Hidden beaches, very little urbanization and even the mobile phone often doesn’t work thankfully! By kayaking you can enjoy even more the impressive landscape that the island in its silence gives you. At some point, just past an arch of rock you can see the austere face of an Indian. The shape is giant! It almost looks like a guardian of a treasure, which… Read More

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An incredible panorama from the Turò de les Maleses

An incredible panorama from the Turò de les Maleses

An incredible panorama from the Turò de les Maleses Discovering an ancient Iberian settlement Do you want to admire a good part of Catalonia without getting on a balloon or a helicopter? Here is a really interesting excursion to stay amazed once you reach the Turò de le Maleses. To begin, as usual, a train takes me to the city of Besòs. From here the Tugsal bus leaves me at the Can Ruti hospital. An impressive building at the foot of the Serralada de Marina park. I leave the hospital behind and enter the path called La Font de l’Amigò. The route goes into a vegetation of pines and shrubs,… Read More

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The Ambrosia and Cueva Flamenca

  The Ambrosia and Cueva Flamenca Having friends with a great passion for Flamenco can take you to one of the most characteristic corners of the city. A small bar. A dedicated corner to face the dance, the music and the voice of typical Guitars and Flamenco culture.   Someone says that real flamenco can only be found in Andalusia. It’s not true. Gitan culture impregnates all of southern Spain, including Catalonia. And the mezcla, here is how we say, is inevitable. Barcelona welcomes a multitude of ethnicities. From North Africa, passing through Italy and all over northern Europe and Latin America over the ocean. So you can find a… Read More

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