Our environmentally friendly guided tours for the whole family are intended to let you get to know the natural beauty of this area in a dynamic and entertaining experience for all ages. Read More
A beautiful route along which you will visit two of the island’s finest beaches whilst enjoying spectacular views of the islet of Es Vedrà and learning a little more about the history of Ibiza. This is a route with fantastic sea views and pleasant walks in the heart of the countryside where walkers can take refuge from the sun under large pine trees. It is a relatively easy walk, just 5.8 km including 100 metres of steep slopes. It is not a strenuous walk, but we do recommend that you wear sports shoes and bring sun protection cream and of course water.
The landscape and climate of the Balearic Islands is conducive to the practice of outdoor sports almost all year round. And, without a doubt, the municipality of Sant Josep is the perfect destination to explore the islands by land and sea. Its mountains, seabeds, villages and hidden bays provide the perfect setting for outdoor activities in the heart of nature.
The village of Es Cubells is perched on the edge of a spectacular cliff to the south of Sant Josep. Its spectacular setting means that walkers on this route enjoy exceptional views as they gaze at the ocean, enjoy nature and discover hidden beaches away from the summer crowds. Although it is a medium to high difficulty route there is really no cause for concern. It is a quiet walk with some steep but short stretches. It is important to come prepared and to bring along sports shoes, comfortable clothes and water.
Planning a family trip to Sant Josep de sa Talaia can be a complete and unique experience. You can’t beat seeing the little ones connect with nature, be it walking or marvelling at the beauty of the seabed as they snorkel around the coast. They’ll feel like real explorers, visiting the watchtowers and most importantly… they’ll have a ball! Because, alongside the activities they can enjoy on the Mediterranean coasts and green hills of Ibiza, there are also many fun activities to make your trip to Ibiza a memorable one.
We have prepared a list of the 8 best things to do on your family trip to the island that will be sure to please parents and children alike. Don’t miss a thing!
This is a nice coastal route that connects two of the island’s prettiest beaches – Cala Bassa and Platges de Comte. The trail offers fantastic views of the sea all along its route where traditional fishermen’s cottages, breath-taking cliffs and an Ibizan defence tower all await you. Read More
The municipality of Sant Josep has all types of landscapes to delight the visitor: beautiful Mediterranean beaches, majestic cliffs, green mountains covered in pine trees and of course the countryside – the heart of this land – that sustained our ancestors and remains today to remind us of that past so closely interconnected with the land.
In Ibiza, any time of the day is perfect for a walk – you know, one of those long hikes that bring you into contact with nature and when you get back you feel your batteries have been charged. But if you had to pick a time that was more special than any other, it would be the twilight, when the sky comes alive with colour and the heat gives way to cooler temperatures. Read More