Hiking routes in Ibiza and natural tourist attractions
Cala D’Hort is one of Ibiza’s not-to-be-missed attractions, thanks to the fabulous views offered by the Es Vedrà islet and its natural setting.
Just two kilometres from the south-east coast of Ibiza, the beauty and mystery of Es Vedrá attracts both locals and tourists alike.
One of the most beautiful coves in Ibiza is Cala Vadella, a corner of the Balearic island where you can enjoy a magnificent sunset.
Natural pools with emerald-coloured waters and curious rock formations. Discover Atlantis, the most inaccessible cove on the island, and let yourself be captivated by the magic of the place.
Until 1930, the cala de San Vicente was isolated from the rest of the island due to the lack of a road, but today it’s in high demand thanks to sun and beach tourism.
Espalmador in Ses Salines Natural Park is an island that lies between Ibiza and Formentera – it’s private but visitors can still come and enjoy its coves.
The salt flats of Ibiza are one of the richest ecosystems on the island and in the Balearic archipelago, and are home to two incredible beaches.
Located in the north of Ibiza, next to Puerto de San Miguel, cala de Benirrás is famous for its spectacular sunsets and its hippie drumming party.
We’ve travelled around Ibiza in search of the most unforgettable sunsets. Find out where to watch the sun go down so you don’t miss a single one!