Ibiza may only be known as a party island to many people but it is also a beautiful place to explore with amazing views and stunning locations.
On our latest trip to the island we decided to enlist the help of our dear friend and islander Sofi to show us a few of the sights of Ibiza that we’d always wanted to go to but never knew how scattered along the south west coast and close to San An.
Our first stop was Sa Talaia, the highest point on the island. At 475 meters high the views are phenomenal and you get a true 360 degree view. Read more
E-move Ibiza has expanded their tours to offer a sunset quad bike tour which starts and ends in San Antonio.
We joined one of the tours a few weeks ago meeting outside the E-move shop on Av Doctor Fleming in the late afternoon sunshine.
After checking our driving licenses, fitting us with helmets and a quick training session into how to correctly drive the quad and of course how to stop, we all set-off. Read more
As regular visitors we were looking for new ways to explore the island off the beaten track and wanted to explore the natural side of Ibiza a little further than we had before on previous visits.
So after a little research we opted for a quad bike tour with E Move Ibiza based in San Antonio. Read more
Operating from outside the bus station in San Antonio you will find the San Antonio Express Tourist Train which offers a 2 hour tour offering a glimpse into how the island looks away from the urban jungle of the town.
Tours leave at 11am 1pm and 4pm daily (excluding Sundays) but they ask you to arrive 30 minutes before to get you seated, buy your tickets and get comfortable for the journey ahead. Read more
Starting beside the beach of Es Puet and following the prom all the way round to the beach at Calo des Moro this walk is great whatever your ability and has something for everyone as you go along.
The walk is about 3km in total, with only one set of steps (but a ramp is also provided as part of the cycle path suitable for pushchairs and wheels chairs).
Culture is not the first word that comes to mind when you think of San Antonio, famed for its parties and nightlife. But dig a little deeper and there are some cultural gems to be found both modern and much older.
This is an easy walk, which is best done early evening to enjoy it to its full potential; it takes around 2 hrs (3km).
One of the most famous landmarks of Ibiza is Dalt Villa an Acropolis dating back to Phoenician times.
Over the centuries many invaders / settlers have added their own touch and today it is a thriving walled town with bars, restaurants, shops and quirky corners all ready for exploring.