It’s the mythical Mediterranean island the whole world has heard of. A paradise of freedom and inner peace, where spirituality blends with hedonism and the party never stops. The Ibiza of international legend, made famous by the hippy movement in the sixties, but first discovered by intellectuals and artists in the thirties. The same azure and white sanctuary that became a nocturnal playground for radical, creative bohemians. The idyllic hideaway, with its relaxed spirit and provocative atmosphere, which attracted the global jet set. All this is Ibiza, but there is a part of its essence that few ever get to know. The rural island, with its ancient customs and traditional dress, revived today by Ibizans keen to rediscover their own identity. Both islands are Ibiza. Pedro García’s Ibiza.