A visit to Tanit’s Cave
Even if you haven’t a clue who Tanit is, I’m sure if you’re a regular visitor to the island then you would’ve caught her name in passing at some point.
Her legacy can be found all over the island in the names of Bars, Hotels, Restaurants, there’s even a driving school named in her honour.
Tanit is a Goddess, more specifically, she is the Goddess of Ibiza. It was the Phonecians, some of the first settlers on the island who brought her here way back in the fifth century BC. Read more
The promenade San Antonio
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).
San Antonio Bust Station, The Start
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).
Dalt Villa Ibiza
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.