The summer before lockdown, I visited Ibiza and stayed at the Atzaró Agroturismo Hotel. My pre-conceived ideas about the island, known famously for its night clubs, were blown away by how beautiful, authentic and calming Ibiza actually is. A hidden gem of beautiful beaches and rolling hills, most of the island is an escape from modern distractions and wonderfully quiet.
Driving from the hotel out toward the coast I was able to visit and enjoy a range of natural beauty spots including secluded beaches, coves and shoreline. The region I was in, Santa Eulària des Riu, boasts 46 kilometres of swimmable coastline with clear water and stunning scenery. I enjoyed spending an afternoon driving through the countryside and along this coastline exploring some of the many attractions, stopping to take in the natural beauty.
On my exploration of the coast, my first stop was Es Figueral, a village with secluded beach made of golden sand just a 16-minute drive away from the hotel. Like many of the spots in the north of Ibiza, it has a bohemian vibe and is family friendly. The beach is backed by rocky cliffs, with views out to the island of Tagomago.
The next stop was Cala d’en Serra further up the coast, offering a peaceful spot for those enjoy snorkelling, with fish visible in the calm waters and panoramic views of the surrounding coasts. The beach and surrounding area is great for long walks and exploration.
Finally, I stopped off at Cala Benirrás before returning to relax by the pool at the hotel. It’s a sheltered bay enjoyed for its hippy market and bars, but also offers picturesque views getting there. You join the beach via the winding valleys and enjoy the backdrop of pine-forested cliffs. I was excited to head back for dinner,
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Red is an attention-grabbing color in the garden. Bold, loud, and bright. And it plays well with other colors as well – pair it with orange and yellow for a hot, exciting bed, or blues and purple to created a deep, rich, moody tone. Here are some of my favorite red blooms for the garden… what reds are you loving in your garden?
As the calendar turns to January, garden enthusiasts eagerly embrace the fresh start that the new year brings to their outdoor spaces. The garden calendar for January sets the tone for the months ahead, encouraging both novice and seasoned gardeners to embark on a journey of renewal and growth. In the midst of winter, the garden becomes a canvas for planning, preparing, and envisioning the lush beauty that will unfold in the coming seasons.
We’re visiting with Tingshu Hu from Massachusetts again today. We’ve visited their beautiful garden in the spring when the flowering trees are stealing the show, and today they’re sharing their garden in the summer, with photos they took in June:
We’re back in Massachusetts, visiting with Tingshu Hu again. Yesterday we took a look at summer in her front garden, today she’s sharing views from her beautiful back garden, with photos all taken last June.
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We visited Harriet Johnson’s Maine garden last week, but just focused on what she’d planted in a space that had previously been an in ground pool. She mentioned to me that she had other garden spaces too, so I asked if she’d let us visit those as well… happily she agreed, and today we’re getting a tour of the space she calls her fence garden:
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