There are places that make us be us.

Places that we always want to live with important people, where we are always happy, where we create memories.

Ibiza is the ideal setting to harvest a few.

The island continues to offer a good handful of plans in winter.

An unforgettable day can start, for example, in

Cala Comte.

Located in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia and less than 10 kilometers from the town of Sant Agustí des Vedrà, the spectacular views offered by this maritime corner are its greatest attraction, regardless of the season in which it is visited.

Turquoise waters and white sands round out a postcard to frame.

Very close to Platges de Comte but strategically differentiated from them is a place worth mentioning:

Racó d'en Xic.

Popularly renamed

Cala Escondida

after the opening of the homonymous beach bar -ojo, open from April to November-, its sunsets are some of the most coveted on the island. Feeling that we want that afternoon to be eternal, taking home all the sand from the beach... When the days taste like salt, it's always summer.

Getting to the

Es Vedrà viewpoint

tower before sunset is an (almost) obligatory appointment). They say that it is one of the seven towers that they built to defend the island from pirates. In fact, its 382 meters high make it easily visible and recognizable from many points in Ibiza, Formentera and even from the Iberian Peninsula.

Beyond paradisiacal views and snapshots to remember, there are many other recreational and cultural proposals that are not only appealing in summer: from getting lost in its typical markets to visiting the permanent collection of the

Museum of Contemporary Art

, whose collection contains works by Hausmann, Tàpies, Gordillo, Faber or Portmany, among other artists.

To finish off the day, all you have to do is head towards

Bar Costa

, located in Santa Gertrudis.

Known for its ham sandwiches, its central fireplace and its terrace with low tables are its distinctive signs.

Stopping to think what a privilege it is to be on this island is also a way of stopping time.

To stop the rush that accompanies us in the routine.

*Iago de la Campa is a poet and writer.

His new novel, set entirely in Ibiza and entitled

I'm leaving because I love you

(La Esfera de los Libros) is now on sale.

In times when everything around us is wrong, there is only one option for everything to change: travel.

Open your mind, leave behind what ties you to the bad decisions of the past and not be afraid to feel.

Looking to live things that we have already experienced for the first time, sometimes we end up meeting the person with whom we are going to do all our next first times.

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