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A summer without Ibiza

A few archive pictures to celebrate the golden times of the Isla

A summer without Ibiza A few archive pictures to celebrate the golden times of the Isla

After months of hypotheses and crossed fingers, the official confirmation has arrived: the 2020 Ibiza summer season will not take place. The Balearic government, having carefully examined every possibility, has decided to forbid gatherings to face the COVID-19 health emergency. No parties, clubs, open discos: the nightlife that made the Isla famous all over the world this year will be forced to take a break. In addition to the newspaper Diario de Ibiza, the ultimate confirmation came from The Night League, the company that produces many of the great events that animate the island. Nothing different from what is happening in Italy, where for the moment the reopening of discos is scheduled for July 14, even if doubts are still strong. 

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For many years now, Ibiza has been a popular destination for young tourism, as well as for producers and famous DJs: thanks to the crystal sea, of course, but mostly because of the nightlife that is concentrated in the city of Ibiza, the capital that shares the name with the island, and in the city of Sant Antoni de Portmany. Some of its clubs are real institutions, including Privilege (perhaps the most famous) and Amnesia (famous for foam parties), but also many bars on the beach, including Café Mambo and Bora Bora

The strength of Ibiza has always been its ability to welcome anyone, without distinction. Over the years, the most distant personalities have lived together on the Island: on the beach overlooked by Café Mambo, where you can actually see some of the most unforgettable sunsets, it has never been difficult to find a group of hippies quietly sitting alongside techno fans, drag queens or just simple students flown to the Isla after their diploma. The same happens within clubs: the only rule is to have fun, in the name of freedom that is often denied in everyday life.


Images courtesy of the Facebook page OLDSKOOL PARTIES.