Ibiza's salt flats are among the most beautiful areas on the island. Located between San Jorge and the Ses Salines beach, they are part of a nature reserve where several species of animals live. One of the ends of the salt flats is topped off with a huge mountain of salt sporting color stands against the green of the pine trees that surround it. The salt flats were used as far back as the Punic era, and for many years were an important source of income for the island. This walking tour is an enjoyable day trip.
One of the most trusted names for marine excursions, the Ibiza Boat Parties offers a fleet of around seven boats that can accommodate close to 1200 persons for private parties and functions. The boats are modern and offer brilliant acoustics as well as a lively ambiance. Excursions to nearby shores are also offered here. Hop on and travel along the coast to discover unseen vistas with trained guides. The tours are ideal for groups and families.
Cala d’en Serra is a small curved beach that has crystal clear waters and sandy shores. A treat for day-trippers the beach is a highly acclaimed popular destination. There is a small cove nearby that is perfect for romantic outings. Enjoy the brilliant sunshine here and do check out the snack bar for delicious food.
Playa d'en Bossa, located in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, is one of Ibiza's most famous and popular beaches. The beach is almost three kilometers (two miles) long, and is covered with restaurants, bars, hotels, resorts, and of course people. Playa d'en Bossa is also home to one of Ibiza's most iconic clubs, Space, and Bora Bora, one of Ibiza's most popular beach clubs, making the place highly desirable by the younger crowd. Spending a day at this spectacular beach shall not only be a treat to the eyes but also a day full of fun and excitement.
Beyond a sentinel of craggy sand dunes and ocher sea cliffs, a deeply gorgeous expanse of turquoise, crystal-clear beach lays hidden in the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Gentle waves lap the gilded shores of the Cala Comte beach, even as tiny inlets interrupt its azure sheen. This stunning Blue Flag beach is quite a draw for several tourists who flock to its sandy shores during peak season, though it does see a few relaxed moments when the summering crowds retreat home at the end of the season. While the western end of the beach is thick with family crowds, the slightly clandestine eastern stretch of the beach is a paradise for naturalists, unofficial as it may be. On a cliff overlooking the beach, the ever-popular Sunset Ashram is a definitive retreat for beachside relaxation at Cala Comte, offering everything from shopping options and delectable eats, to soothing views of the cerulean bay.
This uninhabited, rocky island off the western coast of Ibiza lies cloaked in an aura of mystery, at the core of numerous myths and legends inspired by its dramatic form. The only known human inhabitant of the island was a Carmelite Friar by the name of Francis Palau y Quer, who came to Es Vedrà subsequent to his exile from Catalonia in 1855. Abruptly rising from the waters of the Balearic Sea, this limestone mount peaks at a height of 413 meters (1,355 feet), populated by only by the Ibizan wall lizard and the endangered Elenora's falcon. The outcrop was formed by the same seismic movements that gave rise to the Balearic Islands, shaped by the elements over 155 million years ago. Outranked by only the North Pole and the Bermuda Triangle, Es Vedrà is believed to be one of the world's most magnetic spots, the home of sirens and sea nymphs, the tip of Atlantis, and the birthplace of Tanit - the Phoenician goddess of fertility. While the veracity of these claims is open to dispute, few can deny the striking allure of Es Vedrà, especially at sunset.
Pacha 67 is a Turkish-style yacht which can be hired for luxury cruises around the beautiful Mediterranean island of Ibiza and the nearby island of Fromentera. Tours aboard this luxury boat help you soak in the beauty of the Mediterranean coastline. The boat is also the perfect for on-board parties. Nibble on delicacies cooked up by chefs brought here all the way from Japan and some of the best cocktails you can find on the island. It is also possible to hire a DJ, massage therapy packages or a saxophone player for the duration of the cruise on the Pacha 67.
Sunbathing is not the only activity on the golden sands of the Talamanca Beach. The popular beach near biza has azure waters and soft clean sands. tourists and locals lounge on the sunbeds and indulge in local delights and delectable cocktails at the bars and restaurants that dot the beach. With interesting activities like banana boating, jet skiing, kayaking and stand up paddling, the place offers several water sports options,
If you want to go on a marine adventure and spot dolphins and whales or simply wish to get from Ibiza to Formentera, come to Ulises Cat, a family run company which will make the experience worthwhile. Their fast, glass-bottomed boats help you see the wonders of the underwater Mediterranean world. You can also rent cruise boats for events and private parties.
Platja S'Estanyol is a relatively crowd-less beach that is known for its serene environment. Well-maintained by the authorities, it has an untouched feel to it. Enjoy sunbathing near the rocks along the cove. Snorkeling is also a popular sport here, due to the many underwater caves. it also has a restaurant on the beach.