Ibiza Day 6 - Old Town, Elvissa
Firstly, the outfit. I am wearing my favourite blue floral culottes from New Look with a white cami vest from H&M, the sunglasses, bag and sandals are from Primark. I look like I haven't got a tan here, but I did get one and it was great not having to wear a full face of make up, on the first two days I used the Clinique Moisture surge CC cream which has a light foundation tint and contains a SPF30, then once my face was tanned I simply just used Garnier Ambre Solaire Face protection cream and that was it, my skin felt great the sea salt and sun really helped keep my skin clear, if only I could take it home with me for all year round blemish free tanned skin. The black floral playsuit is from New Look and it's what I wore later that evening.
As it was coming up towards the end of our holiday we really wanted to visit the old town of Ibiza, I had been there before as a youngster with my parents but had no memory of it so I really wanted to see it as my mom said it's a beautiful place to visit. We got up early had breakfast and headed straight to the bus station which was a 15 minute walk from our hotel. We caught the bus to Elvissa which is known as the Ibiza Old Town, the bus ride cost 2 euros each for a 25 minute bus journey to the other side of the island which was cheap, the bus was really clean and had great air conditioning.
We had a slow walk around checking out all the shops as we went down to the port, we then decided to have lunch at a cute little pizza place to give us some energy to walk up to the Carrer de castella. I also made some cute furry friends, I couldn't help but give them a fuss they were adorable.
It was a steep walk up to get to the top of the castle, I definitely gave my legs a good work out with the high incline. The views from the top were beautiful and well worth the hot sweaty trip walking up, on one side you could see the clear blue ocean and on the other side the old buildings of Elvissa.
As you make your way around the castle you come across lots of cannons, then when you find your way down you come across some lovely old buildings full of character, there's also some signs telling you the history of the castle, it was a bit of a maze finding our way out, there was so much too look at and I loved the old cobbled paths and colourful flowers.
If your ever come to Ibiza I highly recommend you visit the old town, it was free to enter the castle and a bus journey from San Antoni was only 2 euros and we had a great day it was well worth the trip and was a nice ending to our holiday.
Read my full Ibiza travel diary.