An Ibiza institution returns – but will it be business as usual?
Lying around on the beach is an intrinsic part of the Ibiza experience, something the good people at the famous Sa Trinxa know only too well. Situated at the south of the island, Sa Trinxa blurs the boundary between dancing and dreaming, between enjoying nature and enjoying the sophistication that the hospitality industry has to offer. It opened on April 6, much to the delight of members of the Space Team who can report that Guillaume the genial terrace waiter is in good form, dispensing buen royo with gay abandon. More personnel are on their way including Julio, and Jonathan back again on dj duties this year.
Roberto and Ernesto Zenith were their usual jovial selves, and Roger was sucking back the first of what will be many beers to wash down the excellent food from the new chef. Hot pick – try the aioli.
BUT, and it is a big but, there are whispers there a moves afoot to restrict access to this popular paradise. Private motor vehicles might be non grata, and more restrictions might be placed on the volume and duration of the music. While we here at Space dislike sound pollution as much as any other kind of human-sourced environmental disruption, there’s nothing wrong with a few tunes to swim by, surely? However we’re prepared to fight the good fight, and we’ll keep you posted with any developments. [center]