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Ibiza Walking Routes
7 Routes To Discover Ibiza By Foot
There are a number of walking routes recommended by the Ibiza Tourist Board (Ibiza.Travel) that are a great way to explore Ibiza…perfect for exploring during an Ibiza winter or in Spring & Autumn away from the heat and crowds of the summer months.
We have highlighted 7 official routes which will are great fun and have enough challenges for experienced walkers & hikers. Please click on the route link below to view the route. Please note that this information has ben provided by Ibiza.Travel and will link to a pdf created by Ibiza.Travel.
From Dalt Vila Ibiza Town, along the coast to Talamanca and then on to the small beach at S'Estanyol, before heading back towards Jesus and then completing the loop as you return to Ibiza Town.
Starting in Cala Llonga and taking a steep climb to amazing views across half the island and towards Ibiza Town & Formentera.
This walk commences in Portinax in the north of the island and follows the coastal path to the Faro de Mos-Carter, the largest lighthouse in the Balearic Islands.
This coastal walk takes you from the mass tourism resort of San Antonio to the lesser known beaches of Cala Gracio, Cala Gracioneta and Punta Galera before arriving at Cala Salada and then heading home…with plenty of places you will want to stop and take in the views.
From San Mateo (Sant Mateu) to Torres d'en Lluc. An excellent opportunity to discover the rural beauty of Ibiza.
A walk up to the top of Sa Talaia, the tallest mountain in Ibiza at over 450 metres. Start in San Jose (Sant Josep) village and at the top, on a clear day, you can see pretty much all of Ibiza, and also the coastline of mainland Spain.
From San Joan (Sant Joan de Labritja) taking in the beautiful countryside of north Ibiza, and climbing to over 350 metres above sea level for some great views.