Ibiza Day 5 - Sangria & polka dots

holiday outfit & natural bar in ibiza

polka dot midi skirt outfit

This was my favorite outfit out of everything that I wore in Ibiza, I fell in love with this polka dot midi skirt when I found it in Forever 21, I had been looking for one like this since what feels like forever, it's perfect, high-waisted, floaty and has a button down feature plus it was only £15. I wore the skirt with a stripey cami and a triangle necklace from Primark and the leather heeled sandals are from ASOS. My hair was so unmanageable while I was away, the humidity was giving me crazy hair so the only option I had was to put it in plaits so the curls stayed in longer or tie it up into a messy bun. On the first night I used my curling tongs and because of the heat they dropped out within 20 minutes, the curls from plaits seemed to stay in longer and I also used sea salt to give me the messy beach wave look.

These outfit photos were taken around the Ses Savines hotel grounds before we went for tea, the hotel had lots of pretty colourful flowers everywhere so I thought posing against a colourful background wearing a monochrome outfit would bring it out more. I'm so glad we choose the hotel that we did, it was in such a perfect location within walking distance to all the places you would want to go while your on holiday. 

natural pau bar, ibiza

After eating tea at our Ses Savines hotel we headed left out the back of the hotel and came across this cute little family bar called Natural Pau which was less then a 10 minutes walk from our hotel. This place was hidden away from the busy Ibiza strip so it was great to just sit back, relax and have a drink in a quieter part of San Antonio. The bar is new and was family friendly, it had a mixture of tourists and locals, the guy who served us was so friendly I think he was the owner, the waitress was very helpful too finding us somewhere to sit as it seemed like a very popular place.

We ordered a jug or sangria as you cant visit Spain without having a glass..or two! it was only 15 euros which was a great price to pay in such a beautiful romantic setting. At first we sat on the swings at the bar, but then moved onto a table in the garden so we could sit back in the hammocks and look at all the pretty lighting and jewels they had hanging from palm trees. We were there for a good couple of hours and we couldn't help ourselves but munch on all the fresh fruit from the bottom of the jug.

I have found the bar on Facebook, so if your going to Ibiza, San Antonio I would definitely recommend going there, they sell food also and everything was natural, home made and fresh.

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