It’s expected that the number of tourists going to Ibiza will be drastically reduced this summer in the wake of the health crisis. And although stemming from a terrible episode, it also represents an opportunity to discover the island of Ibiza as it hasn’t been seen for at least half a century. Prepare to be amazed by its practically deserted sandy white beaches and crystal-clear waters, perfect for enjoying Ibiza’s agreeable summer temperature in total tranquillity. Life goes on, as you’ll appreciate for yourself by contemplating the marine fauna and flora with snorkelling gear. Have a go at water sports such as kayaking, paddle surfing and windsurfing, or enjoy reading a good book on the beach… if what you’re looking for is relaxation and an idyllic place to spend your next holiday, Ibiza will delight you.
Ibiza boasts two natural parks: the natural reserve of Es Vedrà, Es Vedranell and the Poniente Islands and the Natural Park of Las Salinas. Both places are of special interest for their ecological value, their beauty and a stunning seascape that constitutes one of the island’s main tourist attractions. Ibiza offers a natural environment of great variety, ideal for exploring by bicycle, on foot, on horseback or by boat.
Discover the most unspoilt side of Ibiza with activities such as hiking: ascending to the summit of the island’s highest mountain (Sa Talaia) involves a walk of approximately 10 kilometres. Visit the defensive towers located at the d’en Bossa beach, las Salinas, the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta and the beach at Es Cavallet. Go touring by bicycle or on horseback or hire a kayak to set off on a journey to the mysterious island of Es Vedrà.
Stroll through the charming alleyways, squares and cobbled passages of the Dalt Vila (the walled part of Ibiza town), hire a care to tour the island’s prettiest districts, such as Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera, Sant Joan de Labritja and Santa Eulària des Riu, savour delicious traditional Ibizan cuisine or photograph the finest views for posterity from look-out points such as Es Cubells, Puig de Missa or Cap Negret… devoid of parties and discos, but boasting an endless variety of natural attractions. The least-known side of Ibiza awaits you with open arms to show you its charms.
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