Ibiza - The Original Party Island

Writer Irma Kurtz tells the story of the genesis of Ibiza as an alternative party island in the 1960s, set against the backdrop of Franco's Spain.

Irma went to Ibiza for a week in the 1960s and stayed for a year. She returns to retrace the liberal anti-Franco community who partied with Vietnam draft dodgers, hippies stopping over on the way to Marrakech and Ibiza's artists, musicians and beautiful people. With affection, she remembers the island before mass dance culture and finds evidence that the 1960s aren't quite forgotten.

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Writer Irma Kurtz tells the story of the genesis of Ibiza as an alternative party island in the 1960s, set against the backdrop of Franco's Spain.

Irma went to Ibiza for a week in the 1960s and stayed for a year. She returns to retrace the liberal anti-Franco community who partied with Vietnam draft dodgers, hippies stopping over on the way to Marrakech and Ibiza's artists, musicians and beautiful people. With affection, she remembers the island before mass dance culture and finds evidence that the 1960s aren't quite forgotten.

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Writer Irma Kurtz tells the story of the genesis of Ibiza as an alternative party island in the 1960s, set against the backdrop of Franco's Spain.

Irma went to Ibiza for a week in the 1960s and stayed for a year. She returns to retrace the liberal anti-Franco community who partied with Vietnam draft dodgers, hippies stopping over on the way to Marrakech and Ibiza's artists, musicians and beautiful people. With affection, she remembers the island before mass dance culture and finds evidence that the 1960s aren't quite forgotten.

2006081220070412

Writer Irma Kurtz tells the story of the genesis of Ibiza as an alternative party island in the 1960s, set against the backdrop of Franco's Spain.

Irma went to Ibiza for a week in the 1960s and stayed for a year. She returns to retrace the liberal anti-Franco community who partied with Vietnam draft dodgers, hippies stopping over on the way to Marrakech and Ibiza's artists, musicians and beautiful people. With affection, she remembers the island before mass dance culture and finds evidence that the 1960s aren't quite forgotten.

20070412

Writer Irma Kurtz tells the story of the birth of Ibiza as an alternative party island in the 60s, the days of Franco's Spain. She returns to retrace the liberal community who partied with Vietnam draft dodgers, hippies stopping over on the way to Marrakech, and the island's artists, musicians and beautiful people. With affection, she remembers the island before the days of mass dance culture and finds evidence that the 60s are not quite forgotten.