Hiking tours in Ibiza - Discover the other side of the white island

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With “The Other Face” you will be able to connect with the nature of Ibiza unlike you have ever imagined. Our routes are designed from the experience of two local guides who have been exploring the island over the years.

What's Included

Bottled water

What's Not Included

Private transportation

Traveler Information

  • TRAVELER: Age: 0 - 120

Additional Info

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

What To Expect

Es Vedra
We will do a hiking tour through one of the icons of the island of Ibiza, it is impossible not to be amazed when seeing this natural wonder of imposing beauty.
During the walk you will be able to admire the beautiful landscapes and the nature that surrounds you.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

*Hiking routes with local guides through the most remote and exclusive places on the island for all levels.

*Photography routes designed to reach the best locations on the island for landscape photography.

*Clean-up events on trails and beaches. In addition, we offer you the possibility of cleaning-up waste on all our routes and we will explain how it should be recycled.

*Training within the world of landscape photography, both composition and editing and exposure.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Cala de Sant Vicent
Located in the north and with a height of 55 m above sea level. This route runs along a precipice that offers incredible views in all directions.

It is a place of incredible geological importance since we will walk along the perfectly visible strata in the rock. It is an area rich in fossils.

The lighthouse turned off its light forever on August 1, 1916, but at least we can enjoy a spectacular location today.

The route does not imply great difficulty, it is also short. Even so, we must pay special attention and make sure to wear good footwear since the path runs along a cliff and there is a slightly slippery part.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Sant Vicent de sa Cala
We are facing one of the most unexplored sites in Pitiusa geography, perhaps only seen by sea.

The route begins in the Mediterranean forest, descending to the coast and passing through a cove with crystal clear waters where we can enjoy a good swim. In the last section we reach this impressive formation which we call "Forat Gros".

Erosion has created this huge hole in the coast and from time to time pools form at its base due to the storm. Along the way we will also find other formations that are not so big but that also have a particular beauty.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Santa Ines
In the “Es amunts” area, we find a remote cove hidden between the slopes of the cliffs. It is an inhospitable place on the island, where we find abandoned fishermen's huts and one of the clearest waters in Ibiza.

All along the way, we follow narrow paths that cross the depths of the Ibizan forest, with a steep descent in the first part, since we start it at a considerable height, and of course then we will have to climb on the way back.

Once down, we will find a perfect place to snorkel surrounded by impressive cliffs, which will make us feel free and wild.

This route requires a good physical and technical level, so it is not a suitable route for everyone. We do not recommend that you do this route if you have vertigo or if you do not have experience with steep descents, apart from the fact that it requires being in shape.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Sant Mateu d'Albarca
In the vicinity of Cala Aubarca, we find a very striking cave at the bottom of the cliff. It is made up of two very large openings that offer us wonderful views of the entire bay and the sea.

All along the way, we will pass through paths that run through the depths of the Ibizan forest, until we reach the coast and find the cave. At that point we can only enjoy the views and hallucinate with the immensity of the place.

This time the route is not circular, but you can connect the Cueva de la Luz if you want.

This route is relatively short, it will not involve any effort for the most experienced hikers, but it is recommended to be in an acceptable state of shape. We find some descent that can be a bit technical, but there is no problem if we wear the right shoes

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

We are facing a geological singularity. It is a kind of well formed by sinking in the coastal cliffs. At the bottom of the well rests the Mediterranean Sea, which enters through an underground passage that connects the cave with the open sea.

In the spring and summer months, sunlight enters the cave creating a beam through the darkness. It is important to know what time this phenomenon occurs, since it does not happen throughout the day.

After descending to the cave, the fun does not end, this route can be connected to El Anfiteatro, due to its proximity to this route.

The route is a bit technical in some of the areas, especially on the descents. The climb can be very hard for some people who are not used to it. The cave has a bad reputation of being dangerous due to many news that have come out because of people who have jumped from the top and have been trapped. Always follow the guide's advice.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Torre de Campanitx / Torre d’en Valls
In the northeast area of the island we can travel back in time and follow a route that will take us through the oldest rocks in Ibiza. Here the island began to be shaped and therefore, we are facing an area of vital importance in terms of geology.

Most of our journey will be along the coast, starting from a quiet cove. As we advance, the landscape becomes increasingly rocky and we begin to realize that the protagonists of this route will be the incredible formations that we will find.

We'll take a bath in a natural pool surrounded by strata of all colors and we'll end up in a small cove with an island in the center that has a truly photogenic shape.

This route is relatively short and also runs along the coast and with hardly any unevenness, so it is not very demanding. Being a route with many peculiarities and contrasts, we will make many stops for explanations and to take photos.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Sant Miquel De Balansat
This route will take us through leafy forests and narrow paths that will immerse us in the charm of Pitiusa nature.

All along the way we will change the ecosystem: from the pine forests, through an area of dunes, to the steep cliffs that overlook the sea.

Once we reach the final destination, we will find a cave with formidable views. On its roof, impressive geological formations rest that are used by climbers to reach the top.

This route is relatively short, it will not involve any effort for the most experienced hikers, but it is recommended to be in an acceptable state of shape. The last part of the route has a slightly more technical part that can be compromised for people with vertigo. Even so, it is totally safe if done with the right footwear and with caution.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

Es Cubells
This route runs through a series of hidden coves located in the south of the island. In them we will find fishermen's huts and crystal clear waters that will allow us to enjoy a good swim in the Mediterranean Sea.

In the first cove we reach, we find a calm and peaceful place that does not seem typical of the Ibizan coast. Four reefs rest on it that remind us a bit of a more Caribbean landscape.

After continuing our journey, we will relax a bit at the next stop, a paradise with fine white sand and old boathouses. We then head down a narrow trail to our last stop, an idyllic spot for snorkeling.

This route is short and very suitable for hikers who are starting out in the sport. We do not find any technical area or any part with a great slope, so it is a route for all ages and levels.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

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