What happens when you renovate a classic beach bar, bring in the latest decorations, and serve the best cocktails under both the sun and the moon? Well, it stops being a beach bar and grows up to become a beach club. In Spain you will find a few alternatives to enjoy as you would in Miami or Bali. Here are 3 for you to enjoy this summer.
Puro Beach (Majorca)
An oasis of peace and tranquility, ready to enjoy live music to enjoy from its spa, restaurant, pool or bar terraces. A beach club with so much success that it has expanded to the beaches of Dubai or even Italy’s Toscana.
Nikki Beach Club (Marbella)
Known across the world for organizing the best parties throughout the summer months, Nikki Beach Club offers themed parties with live music and gourmet dinners. All of which you will be able to enjoy from a hammock and a refreshing frozen bottle of Dom P√©rignon.
Although it might sometimes feel that the whole island is like a beach club, Ushua√Įa Ibiza is one of the most exclusive corners of the island to enjoy a wide gastronomic offering while you relax in a zen environment or chill while listening to house music.
What are you waiting for to enjoy them in your TARIFAs?
If you are scared of heights, this post might not be for you. But if you are the adventurous type, love an exclusive pool, and want to enjoy a great experience, these spaces in high places might be just what you are looking for. Today, we at Tarifa and Company, bring you three pools that are sure to provide great urban views, and maybe, a little bit of vertigo.
Hotel The Joule, Dallas, United States. Defined as one of the most impressive in the world, this pool is unique due to its structure and views. Its transparent walls allow you to see Dallas while you dive.
Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong Kanggiao, China. Set 24 storeys high and with a see-thru floor, this pool is only for the bravest. If you are not scared of heights, relish at the feeling of swimming on thin air.
Hotel Marina Bay, Singapore. Among the multiple skyscrapers and unique buildings in Singapore, the Marina Bay is the crown jewel. Its three towers are crowned with a platform with an immense terrace and the world’s longest, elevated pool. With a 150-meter (492 feet) infinity pool and nested 200 meters (556 feet) above the ground, this pool allows guests to swim as close to the sky as ever.
Even in the skies, there is always a good place to put on your swim trunks!
While there are folks who want to start the year in warm climates to enjoy a good swim, these are not the only spots to start the year in your swim suit and sandals.
Despite low temperatures, thousands of Dutch start the year in their swimwear, ready to dive into the sea at rather cold temperatures. After their swim, they warm back up again with some hot chocolate, ron and snert, a particularly thick and hearty pea soup.
This tradition, which started in 1960, brought more than 50.000 brave souls in 2015 in their swimsuits and traditional Christmas hat, but in orange tones, as is we are in Holland after all.
Warm or cold, put your TARIFAs to use in 2015. It’s always summer somewhere!