304. The Summer Holidays have Officially Started!

Roberto Cavalli304. The Summer Holidays have Officially Started!

Tomorrow is August 1st and the holidays have officially started!

Sea, sun, friends, these are the ingredients of my summer holidays…

I’m having a lot of fun at the Cavalli Club in Ibiza… every night presents a unique opportunity to meet friends, celebrate their birthdays and spend time in good company recalling funny moments from the past and planning excursions in the Balearic Islands.

The other day, while we were in Formentera, we were approached by a couple on a small zodiac. Mojitoman! What a fantastic idea! A traveling barman roaming from boat to boat in a zodiac preparing excellent Mojitos!

We ordered eleven Mojitos – prepared for us instantly… excellent! Very refreshing! The right idea at the right time with the right product! Congratulations!

Last night was a special evening at the Cavalli Club with Cathy Guetta, the Queen of Ibiza.

I have not yet made plans for the next few weeks.
I want to explore in depth the Balearic Islands, venture into every little cove and discover the most secret and secluded beaches inaccessible by land…

Have you already started your holidays?

Let me know if you plan to come to Ibiza… we can get together for a drink and a selfie…

Vi abbraccio!

I LOVE YOU

Roberto Cavalli

With Friends at @cavallibiza

With Friends at @cavallibiza

With @cathyguetta

With @cathyguetta

With @delisamaria,  Joe and @luposandra

With @delisamaria, Joe and @luposandra

With Ezequiel Lavezzi @pocho22lavezzi and Yanina Screpante

With Ezequiel Lavezzi @pocho22lavezzi and Yanina Screpante

@mojitomanibiza

@mojitomanibiza

Celebrating @lanawfy birthday with her daughter@betti_f

Celebrating @lanawfy birthday with her daughter@betti_f

3 replies
  1. Maia
    Maia says:

    GORGEOUS vacations ahead of you and yours, Mr. Cavalli! ENJOY each second of them : we only live once, as we know ourselves now! I am sure you have been to Mallorca before, but since it is “my” island -I have vacationed there since I was twenty one- and “my” people, I will make some suggestions to you with the best of my intentions, as everything I tell you: When you approach the island of Cabrera, you SHOULD NOT MISS Sa Cova Blava (The Blue Cave), which is truly AWESOME! You must ask fot permission to anchore there, since the whole archipelago is a protected space. In that same area you should visit: CALA PI, ES TRENC, CALA S’ALMUNIA, CALA D’Or (too toristy), CALA EGOS, CALA ESMERALDA, CALA SANTANYI, CALA FIGUERA, CALA LLOMBARDS, ES PONTÀS, CALA MONDRAGÓ, CALA VARQUES and CALA TORTA. The old part of Palma is an architectural jewel (the cathedral and its surroundings). The Northwestern part of Majorca’s scenery is paradise on earth!!! The Tramuntana Mountain Range at sunset is breathtaking!!! Three dishes I strongly recommend: Homemade SOBRASADA (eaten with recently baked bread), ARRÒS BRUT (the MOST delicious soupy paella I ever ate!!!), and ENSAIMADAS (I prefer the ensaimada llisa -plain- and the one filled with crème brulée). The plain ensaimada is DELICIOUS by itself or with hot chocolate. Mallorca has GREAT restaurants, BUT the very BEST arròs brut I have eaten has been at a GREAT, yet not sophisticated restaurant named SA CANOVA, located in the peasant town CAMPOS (ES TRENC belongs to Campos). SALUTI E BUONE VACANZE!!!

  2. Maia
    Maia says:

    ERRATA corrected: I meant to say “you must ask for permission” and “too touristy”. A unique gelateria you should not miss in Palma is CA’N JOAN DE S’AIGO, founded in 1700!! Their ice creams are DELICIOUS and so are their ensaimadas and hot chocolate. My favorite flavors are (they are Mallorca’s best ice creams always): those made with toasted or raw almonds and hazelnuts. BUT please have in mind that the Ca’n Joan de S’Aigo you should go to is the first one that was opened, the one at Carrer de Can Sanç, 10, in the old part of Palma. You will travel to the past when you walk along those narrow streets that will take you to such an antique ice cream store.

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