I don't know about you guys but prior to my trip(s) to Ibiza, when I used to think of the Spanish isle all that passed through my mind was re-runs of 'Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents' (if you don't know what I'm talking about Google that ish nowww) and images of people passed out in pools of their own vomit. Now, while those stereotypes are certainly rooted in truth, there's a whole other seriously underrated side to the island which boasts some of the most incredible energy, beautiful views, gorgeous beaches and insanely delicious restaurants. So much so, actually, that I didn't even catch a glimpse of any of the former. Check out my pick of some of the best restaurants in Ibiza below...

Christmas season is fast approaching and with it dark afternoons bundled in scarves and hearty homemade meals. It's got a kind of charm to it all, that's for sure, but it doesn't mean we're not already yearning for glimmering blue seas and a hint of the Meditarranean. And that's where Belazu comes in. Last week our Alya Mooro popped over to Spain to experience first hand how Belazu - with their unique blend of Extra Virgin Olive Oils - bring a little Meditarranean sunshine to the table. Embarking on the trip with Belazu founder George Bennell and head chefs from some of the UK's finest restaurants - all supplied by Belazu - including the much talked about The Barnyard and everyone's favourite burger excursion Gourmet Burger Kitchen, the two day foodie fest involved lots and lots (and lots and lots) of tapas, wine and sunshine, and a fair bit of olive picking, too. Below, we round up some of our highlights of the trip. Breakfasting at the olive and wine plantation Cheese, jamon, black pudding and a whole host of other delicacies - all drizzled in the finest of olive oils, picked and blended on the plantation itself - awaited us upon our...

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