Hotel Mare Nostrum
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mare Nostrum Playa d'en Bossa
so far the place is great and clean, it is near the beach and is a nice walk to a lot of locations in city centre. Food is not bad but can be different from what you may expect at other resorts in North America. Pleasant atmosphere and great overall feeling
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... Euro 10. So no Ibiza is not actually expensive.
I've arrived late in the afternoon and really just want today to catch upon some sleep. The party I've come here for isn't til tomorrow and I am ok taking it easy tonight. I wander through the town, grab a quick dinner then dig into a movie before calling it a night.
When I left Sri Lanka I had the best tan I've ever had in my life. The heat of my first few months in Europe meant it was easy to maintain but now ...
Today everyone slept in then Kelly, Madhu, Aria, Brandon, and I took a ferry to Formentera, a small island off the coast of Ibiza. At Formentera we grabbed paella for lunch then relaxed on the beach. In the evening we went to dinner at La Brasa near the old port. Afterwards we came back to the apartment and drank on the ...
In the morning Mike and I went running then got juice from Wild Beets. Everyone headed to the Salinas beach and got a bed at Jockey Club. Rachael and I went shopping at the boutique near the beach. We tried to meet up with everyone near Ushaiua but snuck in a side door into the hotel and got into the BBC concert, where Calvin Harris performed. Afterwards we all drank on the beach then went to a hip hop club called ...
On the face of it Ibiza looks like every other Spanish Port we've visited. Lots of yachts, high rise apartment blocks and scruffy older buildings. There is an old building on the top of a hill over looking the port which is a church, or a hotel, or a fortress - it's really not clear. We are, aparantly, in the township of Sant Jordi. So there you are.
It's scorchingly hot today. The captain (Hurden, ...
... 7am and anchored in one of the coves on Ibiza in darkness around 10:30pm.
It was a bit of a slog as the wind was NE'ly and the swell E'ly – so not the greatest for making speed. Nevertheless after some tacking and a bit of motor sailing in the end we got there. Yippee – we're in Ibiza – never thought / dreamt of this in my life.
Before the sunset we could see some boats in the vicinity we were looking ...