In short, and before starting the conversation, El Silencio Ibiza is located in a beautiful, small bay, where the sunsets are spectacular, and it has a restaurant by the beach is managed by ToShare (the French chef Jean Imbert and Pharrell Williams' restaurant business) that arrives here after being open in St. Tropez last summer. The space has been designed by Moredesign, and the cocktails have been thought of by Diego Cabrera. You can enter from the beach, going through a huge installation by Miranda Makaroff, in which a gigantic, fun octopus welcomes you. And when we reach there on a late Sunday afternoon, Pional and Pascal Moscheni are already on the turntables, DJing in a casual way, almost sat at ground level, whilst the people come and go, glass in hand.
But let me digress here because, before that, we were comfortably settled in the hotel Sir Joan, in Ibiza's capital, with a view to the port and the historic centre of the city. An oasis where you can get away from the world from the pool, or recover from the hustle and bustle, or from the night, that holds one of the most acclaimed Japanese cuisine restaurants in the area, the Izakaya. It doesn't take longer than half an hour to get here from El Silencio Ibiza by car. So, after relaxing a bit in our room, that's where we go.