Explore a different side of Ibiza
Ibiza is renowned for its partying but there is so much more to the island than you might think. Most people, however, are extremely nervous about venturing outside the main resorts and into the unknown, but this is where Secret Ibiza Tours have stepped in to help.
Secret Ibiza Tours provide a wide range of activities from hiking, kayaking, snorkelling as well as cliff/rock jumping. They can also combine several activities into a half day or full day package for that true Ibizan adventure. Read more
A truly unique Ibiza boat trip
Sometimes it’s all about who you know and being in the right place at the right time in life. This was one of those moments when we took an Ibiza boat trip money can’t buy earlier this year.
For those that don’t know since our very first trip to Ibiza, we have become great lovers of Chilli Pepper Charters’ boat trips based in San Antonio.
They run relaxed afternoon and sunset boat trips in an old wooden vessel suitable for up to 20 people and have always been so welcoming to us, our family and friends. Read more
Kayaking with Kayak Ibiza
Kayaking in Ibiza is something we have always wanted to try, so when we got the opportunity in April we jumped at the chance to go Kayaking with Kayak Ibiza winter excursion and took to the water to see the white isle from a different perspective.
We arrived at the meeting point of Cala Codolar and joined another 15 other excited kayakers.
Our group was made up of all ages (youngest was our 13yr old, an experienced kayaker), as well as several different nationalities who had travelled from all over the island for this morning of exploring. Read more
Explore the beauty of Ibiza
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