Driving around Ibiza

By 30 September, 2016Nature
Ibiza car tour

As you know, Ibiza has a lot of hidden beaches all around the isle. These little nooks, where the crystalline sea touches the earth and both together originate the perfect place to relax and rest, are one of the main attractions for people who like to wander finding lost treasures. But, nowadays, we have travel guides and internet reviews, so it is not so difficult to find places like these. Although sometimes is difficult to find time enough to see all the places and beaches that we want to visit.

Ibiza has an area of 45 kilometers long and 25 kilometers wide, so it is not such a bad idea to rent a luxury car in Ibiza to drive all over the isle. This way, it will be so much easy to go to the best beaches of the balearic isle, wherever they are. Furthermore, driving between the mediterranean landscape of Ibiza can be another unique experience.

Jondal Cove

Jondal Beach

If you stay in Ibiza (city), the best for you is to start from the southeast part of the isle. Very near from the city you can find Las Salinas, a beach frequented by famous and popular people. On the other side of the island, at the southwest, there is Cala d’Hort. This beach has one of the most incredible views of the zone, and that is exactly the reason why it is so renowned. If you drive from Las Salinas, you just have to take the PM-803 road to Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Once you are there, take the PMV-803-1 to Cala d’Hort. You can also stop in another beaches in the middle as Cala Jondal and Es Cubells, they really worth it.

We come back to the PM-803 and drive to the north, and in less than half an hour we will arrive in Sant Antoni de Portmany. You can spend hours and hours enjoying Sant Antoni and its beaches and caves, so here you have some suggestions about what can you see once you arrive there: driving to Sant Miquel, if you stay nearly from the coast, you will find Cala Salada, which is considered one of the most amazing beaches in Ibiza because of its goldish sand and the crystalline water. The best of this beach? It is far from the urban environment! In spite of this fact, it is usually very crowded, specially in the peak season. That is why is good to know that next to Cala Salada there is another beach that calls Cala Saladeta, not so known and more quiet than the other one.

We left Cala Salada to drive to Santa Agnès, a little village with an incredible view that you can enjoy at the time that you are driving to Sant Miquel.

Cala salada ibiza beach

Cala Salada Beach

It’s time to come back to the main city of the isle, but you can’t do it before visit the best places in the north zone! Santa Eulalia is the third largest city of Ibiza. Here you can find a beautiful seaside walk and some really good restaurants. That will complete your Ibiza tour, but if you still have some energy, I recommend you to look for Aigües Blanques, a hidden beach located at the feet of a cliff. The perfect place to end our trip.

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